A review of this week’s Better Call Saul, “The Guy For This,” coming up just as soon as I dismantle a Rubik’s Cube… “When you’re in, you’re in.” —Nacho Last week’s episode concluded with Nacho and Jimmy reuniting for the first time since early in Season One. “The Guy For This” doesn’t so much break down the wall between the show’s worlds as it does relocate it a bit so that Jimmy is for the moment on the cartel side of it, while Kim is largely holding down the law side on her own. The episode is keenly aware of this shift, and the impact it’s having on our heroine and antihero. Kim reacts to Jimmy’s rising professional fortunes as if he has invited a third person into their relationship without her permission; when he declares that Saul just had his best day yet, Kim grouses, “Huh. Good for Saul.” But the hour also smartly links them through the same basic dilemma. Both have convinced themselves they can do exactly what they want professionally, and both are rudely reminded of the limits of their power. Jimmy’s money is coming from a drug kingpin, and Kim’s from a bank, yet they… Read full this story
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