Critic Consensus: "Off Brand" adds another well-written, solidly crafted chapter to Better Call Saul's terrific third season -- as well as a reminder that even the show's transitional episodes are compelling.
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Mando's deeply conflicted feelings towards the business - especially when Don Hector decides to incorporate Nacho's father's upholstery company into the cartel's operations - were beautifully set up here. The question now is how it's going to play out.
"Off Brand", the sixth episode of Better Call Saul's dynamite third season, finds Hector continually trying to stay in control as he makes a cup of coffee.
It's a quiet moment that underlines one of the biggest truths of the show: more than anything else, it's a tragedy. Unfortunately, it's a quiet that's slightly undermined by how loudly Breaking Bad rings throughout this episode.
The bright side? Jimmy was reminded to pull that TV ad from the air. The down side? Kim wants to fire poor Francesca, oh and she wants to sell the office for a smaller place.
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