Just when I think I've nailed down the direction Better Call Saul is headed in, it subtly swerves to throw everything up in the air and somehow get even better. The Kim-Chuck conversation that closed out last week's episode had me thinking that an unholy alliance would lead to a battle between Jimmy and Chuck, but "Bali Ha'i" (the name of the South Pacific song Jimmy answering-machine serenaded Kim with) never even featured Chuck, and instead added a new player to the mix in the war for Kim.
Rick Schweikart, the head of the Schweikart and Cokely defense team for Sandpiper, saw Kim fight in court against their demands to peek into the health records of the Sandpiper residents in order to conveniently question their state of mind when filing suit against Sandpiper. He's also seen her before with ...Read more
In this spinoff of AMC's Breaking Bad, we follow the early career of Saul Goodman a. k. a Jimmy McGill.