Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 3 Recap: When You Can’t Run Any Further

[note: The following contains spoilers for Better Call Saul Season 6 ] 

Case Summary

While different matters occur within the 3 episode of Better Call Saul, “Rock and Hard Place” should be for all time remembered as The Nacho Episode, for superb cause. Nacho isn’t the primary series everyday to perish over the route of the show’s run — that honor belongs to Chuck McGill (Michael McKean).

But Michael Mando provides a certainly spectacular overall performance in his theoretical swan tune, dealing with a fate which would possibly have appeared inevitable from the beginning, but remains heartbreaking to watch. Writer/director Gordon Smith can provide Nacho to his cease with an

“Better Call Saul” had a pretty big episode for the series” penultimate season finale. Jimmy decides to redeem himself by going all out to save Chuck, who has been diagnosed with electromagnetic hypersensitivity and is living in exile from society. In order to do this, Jimmy needs to win over a judge, who he believes will be more favorable if Chuck’s condition can be proven. So he hires Dr. Cruz (played by “Breaking Bad”‘s Betsy Brandt) to examine Chuck and testify in court about his condition.

Mike is also getting involved, as are Kim and Howard Hamlin (Patrick Fabian).

Achievements in Cinematography

Season 6 Episode 3 we saw a lot of really cool shots. I’ll go over my two favorite shots in the episode and what they mean to me. The first one is at the beginning where it pans over to Mike and he’s writing on a white board in his office. As the camera slowly pans, we see that his white board has been turned into an ad for Hamlin Hartnell. The second shot is when Chuck visits Jimmy with HHM attorneys Tess and Kim by his side outside of court for civil contempt proceedings where Chuck told Jimmy he wanted him to do something that would make him feel better about himself.


On The Journey From Jimmy to Saul

Saul Advertising for Hamlin Hartnell is a perfect metaphor for the journey from Jimmy McGill to Saul Goodman. When Jimmy was starting out as a lawyer, he was basically an ad-man working during the day and at night he would work with Gus and Nacho on the cases. He learned how to use his salesmanship skills to get the best results for clients. But, once he made that transition, Jimmy’s career became more about being a lawyer than it was about actually practicing law.

When Kim and Jimmy education session their plans to begin with, it’s all… properly, calling it exact clean a laugh isn’t exactly accurate, due to the fact for one trouble, the scene wherein they communicate out the concept of using Howard’s actual car (as opposed to a fake) for anything they’re planning is dangerously close to pornographic. Yes, looking two humans placed on clothes collectively isn’t usually taken into consideration to be all that erotic, but that’s in advance than we were given to see Rhea Seehorn and Bob Odenkirk do it. Even if the scene hadn’t ended with Kim mussing up his tie and planting a huge wet one on her husband, there’d be no question as to what happened in among then and their arrival at court.

Just watch it….

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