Episode 9 - Miscalculations
, it's too bad that she doesn't have family helping her out- sure, this is fiction, but many seniors are manipulated and/or scammed
every day. After we escape our teenage years, we should respect our elders and not betray the trust they hold in us. What is the deal
with those wild shoes? Are they a "real" thing?
It was hilarious seeing Jimmy's
trunk full of different size sneakers, and I enjoyed
how he tampered with the BINGO balls.
, she's bright and quirky, kinda sexy- I'm glad she's made another appearance, I hope we see more of her. I wouldn't have expected
anything less from Mike
, his love for his family overcame is distaste and suspicion for Gus'
method of money laundering (I don't like
handing my ID/SS# over to anyone for anything).
As much as I dislike Howard
, he's still an interesting character and Chuck
has given Jimmy
more grief than HH
don't like the way he's treated Jimmy or Kim
, but I can understand how he would be protective of his business and livelihood that has now been
compromised due to the Chuck/Jimmy
dynamic. I laughed when he reached into his wallet to offer some cash to Jimmy
, but was a bit
saddened that it looked to me as if he might have wanted to take it.
At first I thought Kim
might injure herself trying to get her car un-stuck... then I was relieved when this didn't happen and she was able to
avert what might have been a huge disaster with the oil-well. I didn't even consider that this was an omen of an impending disaster in the near
future. It doesn't look like she was seriously physically injured, but the damage to her career if the deal doesn't go through (due to missed
deadline) might be significant.
has gotten his (nice) father into a very tricky situation, can you blame him for being angry? I hope that Hector
won't end him.
It was interesting to me that even after having been kicked out of his father's house, Nacho
still took his glass of milk to the sink prior to
It will be interesting to see what happens with McGill vs HHM
. I hope Kim's
career survives. What will Jimmy
do with his chunk
of the settlement? Will Irene
get her mall-walking friends back? There are still a lot of questions, I wonder how many of them will be
answered in the next, and final episode of Season 3?
I thought that this episode was enjoyable and satisfying, while still leaving me craving for more. I predict that we will get one,
maybe two more seasons (if we're lucky).
There's no way they can cram the rest of Saul Goodman's
story into one more episode (at least
I hope not)!
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