Breaking Bad painted Saul Goodman as a bit of scumbag. He lacked a lot of morals, but Jimmy McGill certainly does not. This week’s episode of Better Call Saul is far from great, but in terms of character development, it did an excellent job.
Like last week (But not quite as good as), the aesthetics were on point, with most of the episode being shrouded in darkness for an eerie atmosphere. We got to see Mike doing what he does best, being all sneaky and badass, which we had hoped to see more of following his great moments on Breaking Bad, and the music as well was on point. It’s just a shame that the bulk of the episode didn’t have a lot to offer in terms of it’s plot, but at least we got great central performance, and hopefully we have many more to come.