I've absolutely adored Better Call Saul so far. I love how they've been able to keep the spirit of Breaking Bad without making a carbon copy of it. The show feels like its own entity.
That said, this is the season where Better Call Saul really turns the corner and takes off.
HELP ME FIND
ANY S/L #459
I love it myself even if we do know where it leads.
"Any area of collecting only becomes really worth it when shared with like minded people"-Alec aka Anonymous
At any moment of their choosing, TPB can opt to tie up the prequel story line and pursue a story taking place after the events of the original show.
They're just bidding their time..
I'm all over it!!!!
i sure love this show!
Dark Tower S/N LE's 171 or 203
ANY Stephen King S/N LE #171 or 719
A Storm of Swords #218 or 346
Ancillary Justice #455
American Gods (+ SC Reader copy) #624
Michael Whelan original art
DT VII: Michael Whelan Remarque
I'm not exaggerating when I say that Mike Ehrmentraut (Jonathan Banks) might be the greatest supporting character of all time.
Watching him meticulously, systematically go through the process of figuring out how to turn the tables on his would be pursuers is mesmerizing to watch.
I'm excited for Gus, but I'm worried that his inclusion will overshadow other story arcs. Don't get me wrong, I love that they got BB's all time great villain in the show, but it's time for others to shine. Idk, we'll see.
I have confidence that they will handle Gus in the proper manner.
I just realized something today. I went to get gas and even though my car doesn't have a gas cap, I couldn't help but think of Better Call Saul. It's just like how I think of Breaking Bad every time I see a box cutter.
I think it was spelled "Tuco", but I agree, Gus wasn't the worst and to be a little meta-physical, Walter was the best villain, no? On the flip side I suppose you could make a good argument for the other cartel heads and even Saltamacca (sp?) taking into account his entire career.