Discussion in 'SMB' started by Son of Stan, Jul 19, 2018.
Latest episode is really good.
Starting to think it may be her after all with her wanting go into criminal law rather than banking.
Class how it's falling into place even with the nail palour he was stashing his phones in being the place that he tried to get Walt to buy to launder his meth money.
Thought that episode started off slow but turned out to be a really good episode.
Only saw the first few minutes yesterday, so hoping to catch up tonight. Even in the first scene it was showing the differences between Jimmy and Kim. Mind, I know who I'd rather work with...anyone doing an Oscar pool gets my vote.
You may be right. That new Jarman (Kai?) bloke looks like he could have a canny part.
Aye should be interesting them building the lab.
The other smart arse German will well get taken out I reckon too. Maybe all of the builders will once it's finished to ensure its kept a secret.
The load of Germans in the warehouse looks like some sort of reverse Auf Wiedersehen Pet
Sticking the latest on now.
That split screen opening was almost a little bit heartbreaking. I love how they are delicately showing them drifting apart but still with a little glimmer at the end that she is trying to save things.
That Kai fella is coming to a sticky end once the demolition is complete.
Yep. Getting more and more distanced from each other. It is almost too painful to watch.
Incidentally, I will now be humming Big Rock Candy Mountain for the next few days.
It is but that's the beauty of the series. Although she is outgrowing him, when it happens I suspect they will look like they've sorted things out then he'll end up in situation he can't get out of and that will end it. Or he'll sacrifice himself in some way so she can further her career. Will be gutting when it happens.
Cool episode. When Kim wanted to talk about his behaviour at the dinner party and Saul put the radio on loud in the car.
Another brilliant episode Huel was soooo funny.
I did think the same, but I've got an inkling that Kim might be the one who ends up leading Jimmy into bother. She gets caught out and loses everything, which is the catalyst for Jimmy going full Saul.
I love the way the story is so engaging yet reveals itself so slowly. It's a show that could go on for so many more seasons but I think Mike aging at the rate he is wil scupper it.
Excellent episode. Loved the con. I fear Werner may not see out the series. And the change in Kim is making me wonder about something Vince Gilligan hinted at a while ago - whether she is still in Jimmy's life in BB, just in the background. I'm not so sure she will be gone now. And Lalo - who Saul mentions in BB has appeared. Interesting.
I reckon she's gonna get in bother me like
Kim is a very effective lawyer. But she also clearly gets off on the dodgy stuff she gets up to with Jimmy. They may be setting her up for something career ending.
The Hector/Gus Frings story line is cracking as well.
I feel like they've changed Gus' character to be less of a cold, pragmatic character to a vindictive, nasty piece of work.
Loved that last episode. The cinematography with Mike and Werner was great and the last scene was the pivotal moment we've been waiting for.
Think they could squeeze another series out but that's the episode where everything changes.
The last episode was just brilliant. Brilliant. Werner and Mike - so poignant and then finishing off with Jimmy transforming into Saul which has looked likely this entire series. But there it was. I'm going to miss this and I really hope we get another series.
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