“Lantern” ends season three on a brilliant but tragic note, leaving the door wide open for season four to explore new beginnings.
“Fall” shows several breaking points that have been a long time coming and delivers worthy payoffs for all the buildup.
“Slip” delivers us the most intense moment of the show up to this point and advances other plot lines as season three races towards its conclusion.
“Expenses” is a darker episode of Better Call Saul that shows off Saul Goodman for the first time and makes us ponder if that’s really what we want.
“Off Brand” gets Nacho back in the swing of things as the McGill brothers take action in different ways after the results of the bar hearing.
“Chicanery” narrows the focus to the long awaited McGill court showdown and delivers a masterpiece
Gus gets his first big narrative of the season as the McGill brothers showdown continues to pick up steam. Mike ties both thrilling narratives together in a transition that’s as good as the narratives it’s connecting.
“Sunk Costs” does a lot of groundwork and table setting for the larger conflicts to come in the season and captivates the viewers along the way.
A signature Better Call Saul slow start turns into a fast and explosive ending as Jimmy and Mike both begin their descent into their darker selves.
“Mabel” starts us off right from the explosive finish of season two, and settles into the slow burning pace that Better Call Saul has mastered. A darker tone is looming as Jimmy flashes some Saul and Mike gets closer to his Breaking Bad origins.