I'm watching BCS with a friend who has never seen BB. He's addicted and refuses to believe BB could be on the same level as BCS.I wonder if anyone is watching Better Call Saul now who hasn't seen Breaking Bad?
The final sentence should be the end of the discussion period.Great comparison of the 2 shows so far.
Lucky lucky lucky dude!I'm watching BCS with a friend who has never seen BB. He's addicted and refuses to believe BB could be on the same level as BCS.
The interesting dynamic is, will he be as invested in Walt and Jessie and will he be disappointed that Saul doesn't get the same exploratory depth as other characters. I genuinely don't know, it's interesting hearing someone's take on a show that he's watching chronologically while everyone else I know is watching it back to front
He was put in prison a couple of seasons ago after being set up by Mike. The show even explicitly stated the length of his jail time.They haven’t been wasted, they’re not really that interesting tbh.
Is Tuco still in prison at this point?
There is so much wrong in that article its not funny. But the point knocking breaking bads first 2 seasons is just ridiculous. Season 2 was breaking bads best season.The final sentence should be the end of the discussion period.
Just caught up with S5 and still having these same issues as S3 & 4. There was such promise and niche worth in those early seasons, Michael McKean was kind of the spirit animal, and it has faded a little in lustre since then as it has converged with BrBa.Does anyone else feel slightly disappointed by S3 & 4? It feels like it is leaning even more into "business-lesson-of-the-week", the intentional lighting of the aged BrBa-actors is often distracting, and the season arcs just aren't as compelling. It still feels like BCS, still quality, but sadly innocuous now compared to the early promise in S1 & 2. It was swell with the underworld supporting cast mostly just being contained to Mike and Nacho, but now there is too much BrBa in the pot and it is detracting from BCS.
S4 still had that trademark stamp of quality, but it started poorly by its standards (E1&2 weren't as on-point as I've come to expect), and for me is certainly the most underwhelming season in the BrBa universe to date.
I still read something tragic in Kim. I'd like to think that she finally gives up and leaves the Jimmy world behind, living on outside the scope of BrBa (whether professionally or disgraced). But the way she is captured throughout the show just screams ultimate victim to me.
Kim is unimaginably attractive for a woman closing on 50.
I reckon the middle of next year would be even more likely.So what are we looking at?
Feb 2022 airing?