I recognized Ken Wins of course, and promptly googled bluetooth history to see that it wasn't an anachronism. I think her presence prompted Jimmy to reconsider and take this prestigious job at the new firm. He seems to think that Nacho isn't as dangerous as he is and they are just two guys sort of doing business together. I could see Nacho robbing him just because he can and to see what he would do. I do remember the vet putting Mike onto the bodyguard job but I can't remember the situation that unfolded. We get a woman with a heavy cold, a guy on a dodgy phone line, and one guy with a sexy, masculine voice that makes me feel like a piglet wrapped up in a snug blanket.
Stupid for Better Call Saul The hosts, Elaine and Travis, introduce themselves and pretty much get straight down to it. My thought was it was a message to him saying that he knew who Daniel was and where he lived. But I hope to find something better. What is Price selling to Nacho? If he had any inventory there than Nacho gets free drugs. I don't know if he has had a lot of small parts in a lot of films, or if he just looks like someone. I love that they used the same actor.
I think Price imagines they are just work acquaintances, and since he doesn't quite understand how dangerous and devious Nacho is, he probably doesn't realize that Nacho broke into his house. I figured he probably has more money but he wants to make sure he can afford to go on the run again in case he is found by the cartel. Skyler White might have motive to kill him as he could testify about her full involvement in the money laundering and Beneke maiming, but that would seem out of character. I think Nacho is hot. Thought it was funny on Talking Saul they called her Slipping Kimmy I think it could have just been Nacho that put the couch back into place.
And I also sort of loved that Jimmy took the job after turning it down. I thanked her and walked out slick as you please. Another reason I love touring Gilligan;s world. Playah strikes me as the type of guy just clueless enough to not realize that he had been robbed by Nacho, because I think if he realized that was the case he would have been smart enough not to call the cops. The new office seems almost overly nice to Jimmy - I know he brought a giant case - but it just seems over the top nice, almost like Howard greased some wheels to get this special treatment. I knew I had seen the actor before, likely from the Breaking Bad universe, but couldn't place KenWins for certain until I read it here.
One name jumps out at me — Maria Menounos. I think it has just dawned on him when the police started asking questions that he is not as slick as he thinks he is. I really hope we're going to get podcasts again. . I was a little worried about the Tuco appearance, since it was so out of the blue. That's central to the tragedy here, I think.
The cartel probably wouldn't have any interest in killing him and, even if they did, they are all dead. I must admit, I have mixed feelings about Kim. I could see Nacho robbing him just because he can and to see what he would do. I said exactly the same thing. The series focuses on Jimmy's early career and stars Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Rhea Seehorn, Michael McKean and Giancarlo Esposito.
What Nacho did was pretty smart, actually. I can't remember without going back and looking if they ever specified what exactly the pills are. Saul only got a cut of the money remember? Knowing their mark appears on Breaking Bad doesn't add any meaning to that story, either. Better Talk Saul Another messy, off-putting intro. I want to believe that he must have thought out both scenarios.
I think Nacho wanted the money mostly, but also wanted to take that little strutting bantam rooster down a peg, he was sure thrilled to see Mike wasn't there. I think it could have just been Nacho that put the couch back into place. And, indeed, it turned out to be good. Props to Gilligan and Gould for that, and for all the detailed touches that make every episode worth rewatching. Knowing Zafir Anejo taquila's role on Breaking Bad doesn't really change your understanding of Jimmy and Kimmy's con. It might blow your mind but not everyone has enjoyed the spinoff show and some feel that he should have been left as a supporting player on Breaking Bad. I think he ended up giving most of his money to the disappearer guy.
Price knew the money was gone. There are several reasons to follow but one among is probably the most important. All of the other Breaking Bad references have been handled rather well, I thought. Saul is a very sociable, outgoing guy. Edited February 16, 2016 by PrincessSteel Ok, the opening scene confused me, because I wasn't 100% sure when it has or will take place. If dumbass recognizes that it was Nacho, he also recognizes that Nacho knows who he is and where he lives and what kind of power that potentially gives him over him. I think Nacho is hot.
The cops who showed up to take the report of the robbery were the same two who showed up when Skylar wanted Walt removed from the home. Lawyer Up — A Better Call Saul Podcast God, there are still, like, ten to go. I also decided that I want to be a con artist. And that's a good note to end my post on. I kept thinking the stockbroker douche looked familiar.