- Mar 4, 2014
- Reaction Score
Just finished watching three seasons of Ozark and season 1 episode 1 of Better Call Saul. How's this? Worth watching?
Watch them both. They both start kind of slow but by the middle seasons of both it's impossible to stop watchingSo I watched 5 episodes and was about to give up, figure maybe it wasn't for me. Episode 6 was about Mike killing the two cops who killed Matt, so it seemed to finally have some kick. Haven't seen Breaking Bad yet either but these two shows are highly rated here. Should I stick with it, watch Breaking Bad instead, watch them both?
Yes. And Nacho had ample opportunity to shoot Lalo himself. Clearly, Nacho had a vested interest in ensuring Lalo's death. Now, Nacho is a target for the next season. And it doesn't bode well for him or his father.Either they were not the best in the business or they needed twice as many men to get the job done. That is a job you simply cannot mess up.
This season has been phenomenal. Can't wait to see how this plays out for Kim Even the basic stuff, what do you do with the body? Get rid of it, or if not what do you tell the police? Make it a suicide?[\ISPOILER] That's a long way down the Saul road for Kim.Holy crap.
Killing Howard feels like a plot mistake or at least a stretch the more I think about it. The cartel’s rules are no killing civilians (notice Mike getting Gus out of the school quickly, or how pissed Gus gets when someone shows up at the chicken store). Killing a high profile civilian that would immediately be connected to Jimmy/Saul seems like a violation of the show’s own rules for how the cartel behaves. Lalo would know that all the cartel’s wrath would come down on him and the Salamancas if he did something so stupid. Or are the show’s rules suddenly different, in which case nothing matters anymore?
The show should have found another way to kill Howard.
Rewatching BB again. The Salamanca's don't really play by those rules
If there are no rules, then why doesn't Lalo walk down the street with an AK just mowing people down? Lalo is supposed to be cornered and desperate, but apparently he can do whatever he wants now. Why not just drop a nuclear bomb on Gus or cast a spell or time travel? I watch prestige TV like BCS because I don't like when random stupid stuff happens in a show.
I watched the end of the first half of Season 6 this morning, and I am getting more annoyed by it as the day wears on.