He killed the clerk at Travelwire, which is where the lovelorn Werner Ziegler went during his ill-fated attempt to reunite with his wife. as-yet-unsolved murder of TravelWire employee Fred. No wonder she finds Jimmy appealing. He’s a liar. Nacho takes extreme measures to earn Lalo's trust. • Little Prince was prob put in there to tickle Jonathan Banks, but it had to have also struck a chord with Fear the Walking Dead fans. … and it’s not even filming in Floribama! He’ll always be a liar. And by the conclusion of “Wexler v. Goodman,” it’s evident that Kim’s tired of keeping pace rather than setting it. Mike was bleeding to death by the side of the road, too, after being stabbed by some thugs. Already a subscriber? How slow does time move on this show again? It seems utterly gratuitous, the whole conceit. (One could easily conclude that Saul’s subsequent, fearful invoking of Lalo in Breaking Bad stemmed from what he feared were the drug runner’s assumptions about who engineered his arrest.). Voilà, Lalo is ensnared by a dragnet of street-beat APD and apparently destined to be joining his cousin Tuco in state custody. In a tautly scripted scene early in the episode, Nacho reports to Gus that Lalo has a full-scale attack in mind against Gus’s operation, one that even includes sickening customers of Los Pollos Hermanos, Gus’s fast-food chicken chain. She arrives late to pick up her daughter from junior high, so late that it’s dark and young Kim is alone. He’s done it before. We’ve heard about Kim’s upbringing before, in particular about how she and her mother were evicted from a variety of homes so often and so quickly that she barely had time to put on her shoes. Let us know in the comments section. You\'ll receive the next newsletter in your inbox. She assumes control where and when she can, be it defiantly walking back from Red Cloud Middle School rather than riding along with her wasted mother or, decades later, sabotaging her law firm’s efforts to muscle a persnickety senior out of his family home. She’s entered into both their domestic partnership and their efforts at working side by side with eyes wide open, but Jimmy moves through the world attuned to his own particular rhythm, no less idiosyncratic than his cadence when he talks. Saul Goodman, come on down! https://www.amc.com/.../videos/inside-better-call-saul-season-5-episode-6--8996 How John Wilson Made the Perfect COVID-Era TV Finale. Since you probably have all the scary pandemic drama you need for the moment. All rights reserved. The documentarian discusses the unexpectedly moving episode of his HBO series. ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 5, Episode 6 Recap: A Modest Proposal. And remember, if the smell is coming from under your porch, it is most likely a possum. Why Jimmy opts to keep his petty pranks on his and Kim’s old boss private while making her unwittingly complicit in theatrics that could undermine her credibility is anyone’s guess. Mom is driving drunk, apparently not for the first time. And I’m really looking forward to watching Lalo turn on the charm as he interacts with the U.S. legal system. © 2020 Vox Media, LLC. The network on Thursday announced the critically acclaimed series starring Bob Odenkirk will end with its sixth season. Killing Werner Ziegler depressed him, and it seemed like a turning point. Mike is unmoved. • And twofold for Bob Odenkirk’s longtime Mr. Show mate, Jay Johnston, as Kevin’s dad. Jimmy's promotional stunt has unintended consequences. Up until that moment, he’s barely stopped long enough to hear himself think, let alone for Kim to say what’s on her mind. Or is it Saul that she’s settling down with? Jimmy is about to find himself in a pickle that is all too familiar to Nacho. That said, Mike fully appreciates that Gus is a mostly wicked man. It’s an inspired idea, and Mike has done it before with a different member of the family. On to the other bank-shot in this episode. Now it’s clear. Now, per Gus, Nacho will be answering to Mike, and the pressing business in front of them is how to stop Lalo from decimating Fring’s entire operation. Lalo would like to destroy … Saul is a success at the courthouse, but still has yet to win Kim over. (Lalo, we need to talk about boundaries.) The question is, how? He wants to blow right past the awkwardness of having blindsided her at the settlement meeting with Mesa Verde and get to the part where they both agree that his spectacular stunt — outing Kevin and his dad’s unauthorized appropriation of elderly tribeswoman Olivia Bitsui’s black-and-white rancher pic by threatening to air low-budget ads making bogus claims of everyday bank malfeasance — was a win-win-win.