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"Something Stupid" sees director Deborah Chow delivering an episode that's visually striking even by Saul's high standards.
What Better Call Saul's montages may lack in flash, they make up for in substance-and the seventh episode of the fourth season, last week's "Something Stupid," was an all-timer.
Three weeks in a row now with no Nacho. There's no way this season ends well for him, is there?
[Something Something] created a striking montage of two people who are in the same geographic space but drifting apart.
It was a great episode, but also one that felt like the first half of a bigger arc.
This episode is all about patience, and Kim shows a lot of it.
One of my favorite moments in this stellar episode is the scene where Jimmy explains to Kim what he needs to get the charges on Huell kicked.
This makes for quite an ending, because it effectively brings Jimmy and Kim closer together again.
This was director Deborah Chow's first episode of Saul, and I sure hope it won't be her last... She had a number of impressive flourishes on top of simply getting strong work from the actors.
The second in a row missing Nacho... His benching just adds to what is starting to become a pacing problem for this show. Fortunately, the tension between Jimmy and Kim keep pacing from being too glaring of an issue this week.
In the episode "Something Stupid," Better Call Saul continued tipping its hat to its Breaking Bad future in interesting and potentially game-changing ways.