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4 hours ago, Politician Spock said:

Oh, and Kim is hot. Those that say otherwise have no penis. 

The pony tail is a good look for her

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17 minutes ago, Kafka said:

I hated Hector in BB... I love him now.  

Watching that scene in LPH and knowing the future that awaits them both....priceless

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Still waiting for them to get to the girl smoking in the opening credits.  I figure she is the chick from the bar Jimmy was drinking with after the leg breaking in the dessert.

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On 4/28/2017 at 10:08 AM, Reg Lllama of Brixton said:

Wait.

Krista doesn't come in this thread, right?

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On 5/1/2017 at 7:16 PM, St. Louis Bob said:

I love Km so much. Intelligent cute blond lawyer lady is just my type. 

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Watched this weeks episode Monday night and again last night. So good. I like how the story line went Hector/Gus, then Mike, then Jimmy. They didn't flip back and forth between storylines. Sometimes that can be distracting.

I actually was rooting for Hector in BB because he was helping Walter get over on Gus. Now I am definitely rooting for Gus over Hector because he is a distribution genius. I love that the word cute can be used in a derogatory way.

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1 minute ago, dhockster said:

Watched this weeks episode Monday night and again last night. So good. I like how the story line went Hector/Gus, then Mike, then Jimmy. They didn't flip back and forth between storylines. Sometimes that can be distracting.

I actually was rooting for Hector in BB because he was helping Walter get over on Gus. Now I am definitely rooting for Gus over Hector because he is a distribution genius. I love that the word cute can be used in a derogatory way.

Cute take

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On 5/2/2017 at 7:39 AM, need2know said:

Best episode of Saul ever

Agree. Damn good episode but it was no Pimento. 

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15 hours ago, Politician Spock said:

On the Playstation Vue app it shows Season 3 Episode 5 to be called "Chicanery" with the description "Jimmy looks to Chuck's past to secure is his future". Rebecca sounds like a good call.

 

 

 

 

Oh, and Kim is hot. Those that say otherwise have no penis. 

https://youtu.be/GMWaWjWeImg

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20 hours ago, crusty crab said:

Maybe legally, Kim's 'Bingo!" was for Chuck admitting that was a copy of the tape, indicating he planned for Jimmy to find out and set him up. Jimmy didn't just bust in all willy-nilly and 'destroy his cassette tape' without Chuck's planning it out, and having the original tape for when he needed it. Just guessing

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So was Don Helados mad at Hector because Gus sold more chicken than he sold ice cream?

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17 hours ago, Reg Lllama of Brixton said:

FFS, would you jackhammers stop talking about Kim and her "hotness".  You do know you're only about 3 mouse clicks away from seeing porn, right?

this needs to stop

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16 hours ago, Skipdog77 said:

...I think the info Mike swiped from Chuck's address book was Rebecca's contact info.  Jimmy is going to have her testify to Chuck's unstable state of mind.  They brought her up in a throwaway line a couple of weeks ago, so I'm expecting Chuck's ex-wife to play a part in whatever happens.

 

Interesting take!!!

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Jimmy liked that there was a picture of an open flame on top of paper, so I agree that his scheme involves showing Chuck as unstable.

As far as the damage/destroy, Kim and Jimmy discussed that change and it was to make Jimmy look a little better.  I don't think there's anything to that other than to show that Chuck is that type of meticulous defender of the law and what's "right."

Confirmation of a second tape shows that Chuck's hands are not clean.  Not sure how that ties into Jimmy's plan, can't wait to find out.

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Mike forgot to charge Gus a parking fee.

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4 minutes ago, Thorn said:

Jimmy like that there was a picture of an open flame on top of paper, so I agree that his scheme involves showing Chuck as unstable.

As far as the damage/destroy, Kim and Jimmy discussed that change and it was to make Jimmy look a little better.  I don't think there's anything to that other than to show that Chuck is that type of meticulous defender of the law and what's "right."

Confirmation of a second tape shows that Chuck's hands are not clean.  Not sure how that ties into Jimmy's plan, can't wait to find out.

Chuck being unstable does not alleviate Jimmy's guilt or erase his confession.  Whatever he is up to is a much bigger and deeper game. 

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1 hour ago, Dan Lambskin said:

So was Don Helados mad at Hector because Gus sold more chicken than he sold ice cream?

I think there was already some hard feelings because Hector had yet to feature a blue flavor.

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Mike and Jimmy finally got that Breakfast!

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As much as I am excited to see how Jimmy gets Chuck, I am just as curious to see how Gus causes Hector to have a stroke.

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I guess I was drunk last week...what are the terms of Mike working for Gus? Why did Mike turn down the money? 

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7 minutes ago, dhockster said:

As much as I am excited to see how Jimmy gets Chuck, I am just as curious to see how Gus causes Hector to have a stroke.

my guess is Hector strokes out in a fit of anger after Gus gets the better of him 

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18 minutes ago, McGarnicle said:

I guess I was drunk last week...what are the terms of Mike working for Gus? Why did Mike turn down the money? 

It depends on what the work is.

He didn't do it for Gus or the money.

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36 minutes ago, McGarnicle said:

I guess I was drunk last week...what are the terms of Mike working for Gus? Why did Mike turn down the money? 

Full hour for lunch, every other Friday off, and full access to Gus's private bathroom. 

He turned down the money because he only wants to be paid in free chicken for Kaylee and a case of Schlitz beer for himself. 

HTH.

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48 minutes ago, McGarnicle said:

I guess I was drunk last week...what are the terms of Mike working for Gus? Why did Mike turn down the money? 

So Gus would show. It's very Godfather, as is the arrangement @ this point

ETA: Also guessing Hector is Mike's first "kill" for hire

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6 hours ago, Ghost Rider said:

Chuck being unstable does not alleviate Jimmy's guilt or erase his confession.  Whatever he is up to is a much bigger and deeper game. 

Chuck may end up being committed. 

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This last episode was epic! I am so excited for the next episode. This show is genius

 

I really feel like something will happen at this meeting where CHUCK is the one disbarred and nothing happens to Jimmy. Chuck flies off the handle and gets committed and Jimmy has the last laugh. It's going to be epic.


What are the pictures for? I couldn't really piece this together unless he's doing recon to see where the tape might be? Or maybe to prove that his brother is insane? 

 

Furthermore, to discredit his brother why not just bring in the doctor from last season who basically pleaded with Jimmy to commit Chuck? And his ex wife? 


From the teasers it looks like Chuck makes it to the hearing and they are about to play the tape. I think Jimmy/Kim have to switch the tape out to some degree, or make it so that it's actually CHUCK admitting to tampering with evidence. That would be amazing. 

 



On a side note... when I first heard about this show I thought, meh it can't be as good as BB it's just not the same, Saul was just Saul how can you make that story line amazing. I stand corrected. 

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2 hours ago, Skipdog77 said:

Full hour for lunch, every other Friday off, and full access to Gus's private bathroom. 

He turned down the money because he only wants to be paid in free chicken for Kaylee and a case of Schlitz PBR beer for himself. 

HTH.

FYP

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Show is truly remarkable. I think Gilligan is the greatest talent to ever work on tv. 

 

This season may be on its way to win best drama. 

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6 hours ago, Ghost Rider said:

Chuck being unstable does not alleviate Jimmy's guilt or erase his confession.  Whatever he is up to is a much bigger and deeper game. 

:goodposting: Chuck unstable and/or swapping out the second tape is too easy.  Something bigger going on.

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6 hours ago, Thorn said:

Jimmy liked that there was a picture of an open flame on top of paper, so I agree that his scheme involves showing Chuck as unstable.

As far as the damage/destroy, Kim and Jimmy discussed that change and it was to make Jimmy look a little better.  I don't think there's anything to that other than to show that Chuck is that type of meticulous defender of the law and what's "right."

Confirmation of a second tape shows that Chuck's hands are not clean.  Not sure how that ties into Jimmy's plan, can't wait to find out.

I wonder if the "destroy" vs. damage correction, plus the additional $3.00 restitution Jimmy paid for said destroyed property (referenced as “cassette tape) is going to be used by Jimmy/Kim when Chuck/Howard attempt to admit the original tape – currently under lock and key – into evidence to be  heard.  Kim gets Chuck to admit, with Howard as witness, that the original tape exists (undamaged, not destroyed) and intends to have the recording heard in court.  Maybe they block the tape as evidence, because how can a destroyed cassette tape be admitted?  Chuck accepted restitution payment after both sides agreed to the fact it was destroyed.  Chuck cannot then turn to the duplicate tape, because that one was indeed destroyed.  Maybe I’m just overthinking the “bingo” comment Kim made to Jimmy after confronting Chuck about the tape?

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1 minute ago, Rolling Rock Drinker said:

I wonder if the "destroy" vs. damage correction, plus the additional $3.00 restitution Jimmy paid for said destroyed property (referenced as “cassette tape) is going to be used by Jimmy/Kim when Chuck/Howard attempt to admit the original tape – currently under lock and key – into evidence to be  heard.  Kim gets Chuck to admit, with Howard as witness, that the original tape exists (undamaged, not destroyed) and intends to have the recording heard in court.  Maybe they block the tape as evidence, because how can a destroyed cassette tape be admitted?  Chuck accepted restitution payment after both sides agreed to the fact it was destroyed.  Chuck cannot then turn to the duplicate tape, because that one was indeed destroyed.  Maybe I’m just overthinking the “bingo” comment Kim made to Jimmy after confronting Chuck about the tape?

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7 minutes ago, Rolling Rock Drinker said:

I wonder if the "destroy" vs. damage correction, plus the additional $3.00 restitution Jimmy paid for said destroyed property (referenced as “cassette tape) is going to be used by Jimmy/Kim when Chuck/Howard attempt to admit the original tape – currently under lock and key – into evidence to be  heard.  Kim gets Chuck to admit, with Howard as witness, that the original tape exists (undamaged, not destroyed) and intends to have the recording heard in court.  Maybe they block the tape as evidence, because how can a destroyed cassette tape be admitted?  Chuck accepted restitution payment after both sides agreed to the fact it was destroyed.  Chuck cannot then turn to the duplicate tape, because that one was indeed destroyed.  Maybe I’m just overthinking the “bingo” comment Kim made to Jimmy after confronting Chuck about the tape?

Chuck isn't pursuing criminal, or even civil action against Jimmy. There is no more court hearings for Jimmy, unless he breaks the restitution agreement. 

What Chuck wants is for the Bar Association to hear the tape so that Jimmy, who is not convicted of anything legally, gets disbarred. It would be like being dishonorably discharged from the military despite not being found guilty of anything. Suspicion of guilt is enough to get people kicked out of certain professions. 

Whatever the "bingo" comment means, it will mean something to the Bar Association that apparently would negate the suspicion of Jimmy that Chuck wants the Bar to see. 

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29 minutes ago, Dr. Dan said:

On a side note... when I first heard about this show I thought, meh it can't be as good as BB it's just not the same, Saul was just Saul how can you make that story line amazing. I stand corrected. 

I'm not ready to make that leap yet but it is very, very good.

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I feel like BCS is as good as BB was at this point in both series.  BB elevated to epic levels in its later seasons.  We've yet to see if BCS can equal it but it's a tall order.

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8 minutes ago, AAABatteries said:

I'm not ready to make that leap yet but it is very, very good.

Not saying that. I just felt like if I had compared it to BB I'd be always sorely disappointed. Many spin offs are no where near as good as the original

3 minutes ago, Scoresman said:

I feel like BCS is as good as BB was at this point in both series.  BB elevated to epic levels in its later seasons.  We've yet to see if BCS can equal it but it's a tall order.

This is where I stand. BB in the early parts kept you excited and coming back and then it was just amazing later on (I always remember thinking, it can't get much better in the next season!). I'm not counting on BCS being as good as BB or better. In fact if it stays exactly as it is now I will be very happy. 

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22 minutes ago, Politician Spock said:

Chuck isn't pursuing criminal, or even civil action against Jimmy. There is no more court hearings for Jimmy, unless he breaks the restitution agreement. 

What Chuck wants is for the Bar Association to hear the tape so that Jimmy, who is not convicted of anything legally, gets disbarred. It would be like being dishonorably discharged from the military despite not being found guilty of anything. Suspicion of guilt is enough to get people kicked out of certain professions. 

Whatever the "bingo" comment means, it will mean something to the Bar Association that apparently would negate the suspicion of Jimmy that Chuck wants the Bar to see. 

Well there you have it.  I am indeed an over-thinker.  My lawyer aspirations are dashed, dammit.  Could Jimmy prevent the Bar Association from hearing the tape on the same premise?

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5 minutes ago, Rolling Rock Drinker said:

Well there you have it.  I am indeed an over-thinker.  My lawyer aspirations are dashed, dammit.  Could Jimmy prevent the Bar Association from hearing the tape on the same premise?

As Chuck pointed out, the Bar is more liberal at what it's willing to listen to than a court is, so I don't think Kim and Jimmy can keep the bar from hearing the tape. The bingo is likely something that makes what Jimmy said on the tape meaningless. For example, if he can make a strong case that Chuck is so mentally unstable that Jimmy goes to great lengths to keep Chuck from harming himself, then he can say he was lying to Chuck for Chuck's own good. The problem with doing so is it could result in Chuck being committed. 

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4 minutes ago, Politician Spock said:

As Chuck pointed out, the Bar is more liberal at what it's willing to listen to than a court is, so I don't think Kim and Jimmy can keep the bar from hearing the tape. The bingo is likely something that makes what Jimmy said on the tape meaningless. For example, if he can make a strong case that Chuck is so mentally unstable that Jimmy goes to great lengths to keep Chuck from harming himself, then he can say he was lying to Chuck for Chuck's own good. The problem with doing so is it could result in Chuck being committed. 

 

Ah, got it (or, "bingo", if you will).  I am hoping Jimmy gets Chuck so flustered in front the Bar, after pointing out his inadequacies and unusual tendencies, that Chuck goes into full blown melt-down mode, and maybe Jimmy’s curb prediction, while casually smoking his cig & waiting for the cops to arrive, becomes reality.  It’s about time for the Chuck story-line to end this season anyway, IMO.

I really dig this show.  Didn’t think I would.  Didn’t think it would work as a spin-off.  It certainly does, however.

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1 hour ago, Politician Spock said:

As Chuck pointed out, the Bar is more liberal at what it's willing to listen to than a court is, so I don't think Kim and Jimmy can keep the bar from hearing the tape. The bingo is likely something that makes what Jimmy said on the tape meaningless. For example, if he can make a strong case that Chuck is so mentally unstable that Jimmy goes to great lengths to keep Chuck from harming himself, then he can say he was lying to Chuck for Chuck's own good. The problem with doing so is it could result in Chuck being committed. 

I disagree. Obviously Kim was setting something up by playing to Chuck's arrogance and anal-retentiveness in the hallway after the hearing. She says she's putting Howard and Chuck "on notice" and will file a motion to repress the playing of the (duplicate) tape. Howard plays dumb as to the existence of a second tape, Chuck however takes the bait and tells her what jimmy destroyed was the duplicate and not the original. He tells her the tape will be filed into evidence (and then shows even more arrogance by lecturing her on Bar administration's standard of proof).

Kim heard exactly what she wanted to hear ("Bingo") and you have to think it was the admission that what Jimmy destroyed was a duplicate, which means that Chuck made a copy and put that copy into his desk knowing Jimmy was coming to destroy it. She'll prove the whole thing was a set-up by Chuck (hello Ernesto) and if he's going to try to take Jimmy down then Kim is going to try to take Chuck down too. It's going to be delicious. And whoever said they want the Chuck-Jimmy story-line to wrap up, I vehemently disagree. I could watch McKean forever. The guy is brilliant in that last episode. It's going to be a sad day when he goes away. Maybe if we're lucky Gilligan gives us a Chuck prequel? Something like "What the ####, Chuck"?

 

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1 minute ago, Willie Neslon said:

I disagree. Obviously Kim was setting something up by playing to Chuck's arrogance and anal-retentiveness in the hallway after the hearing. She says she's putting Howard and Chuck "on notice" and will file a motion to repress the playing of the (duplicate) tape. Howard plays dumb as to the existence of a second tape, Chuck however takes the bait and tells her what jimmy destroyed was the duplicate and not the original. He tells her the tape will be filed into evidence (and then shows even more arrogance by lecturing her on Bar administration's standard of proof).

Kim heard exactly what she wanted to hear ("Bingo") and you have to think it was the admission that what Jimmy destroyed was a duplicate, which means that Chuck made a copy and put that copy into his desk knowing Jimmy was coming to destroy it. She'll prove the whole thing was a set-up by Chuck (hello Ernesto) and if he's going to try to take Jimmy down then Kim is going to try to take Chuck down too. It's going to be delicious. And whoever said they want the Chuck-Jimmy story-line to wrap up, I vehemently disagree. I could watch McKean forever. The guy is brilliant in that last episode. It's going to be a sad day when he goes away. Maybe if we're lucky Gilligan gives us a Chuck prequel? Something like "What the ####, Chuck"?

 

As far as Jimmy is concerned, the bar won't care if Jimmy was setup to destroy the tape. If Kim proves Chuck setup Jimmy to destroy the tape, they'll still disbar Jimmy for what was on the tape, and then they may even move to disbar Chuck for setting up Jimmy. The bar doesn't licenses lawyers who engage in shenanigans.

Jimmy has to make the case that what is on the tape doesn't reflect who he is a person, and that he had a good reason to say what he said, so that the bar trusts him to be a lawyer the public can trust. I too believe the "bingo" was the admission that there is a second tape. Now, Kim and Jimmy know Chuck's plan, a plan of which Chuck is so proud of he doesn't see any hole in it, which is why he let Kim know he was going to play it. The hole is what Mike got for Jimmy. It's going to shock Chuck, whatever it is. 

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It doesn't matter that Chuck was trying to trick Jimmy.  The confession is about destruction of an item of personal property.  The value of that specific property was stated as approximately $2.  Now that Chuck admits there was a duplicate, Chuck could not possibly be harmed by losing the contents of the tape.   

They wont play it because the felony he's admitting to is about destruction of the property, not the loss of the contents of the recording.

Chuck is an unreliable witness and a danger to himself.  He gets committed, the contents of the tape get excluded.

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On 5/2/2017 at 6:11 AM, Bossman said:

 

 

.... and "a bullet to the head is too humane." Can't wait to see what is in store for Hector. Police are obviously on to him now. Would be smart for Gus to distance himself from Hector somehow.

 

He wins a bronze metal in the Olympics. The Special Olympics

 

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6 minutes ago, Politician Spock said:

As far as Jimmy is concerned, the bar won't care if Jimmy was setup to destroy the tape. If Kim proves Chuck setup Jimmy to destroy the tape, they'll still disbar Jimmy for what was on the tape, and then they may even move to disbar Chuck for setting up Jimmy. The bar doesn't licenses lawyers who engage in shenanigans.

Jimmy has to make the case that what is on the tape doesn't reflect who he is a person, and that he had a good reason to say what he said, so that the bar trusts him to be a lawyer the public can trust. I too believe the "bingo" was the admission that there is a second tape. Now, Kim and Jimmy know Chuck's plan, a plan of which Chuck is so proud of he doesn't see any hole in it, which is why he let Kim know he was going to play it. The hole is what Mike got for Jimmy. It's going to shock Chuck, whatever it is. 

nice take on this.  I like it.

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23 minutes ago, Willie Neslon said:

I could watch McKean forever. The guy is brilliant in that last episode.

 

I watched the scene with him, Mike & the power drill about 3 times. so much awesome in that scene.

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34 minutes ago, Willie Neslon said:

I could watch McKean forever. The guy is brilliant in that last episode. I

 

 

I wonder if he's still such a crack shot he could still nail Wadsworth straight to the belly, in the hall, with the revolver.

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If Gus is, such a "distribution genius" how come he has at leaat a dozen people working a single shift at a crappy little chicken joint? That's just bad business. 

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10 minutes ago, St. Louis Bob said:

If Gus is, such a "distribution genius" how come he has at leaat a dozen people working a single shift at a crappy little chicken joint? That's just bad business. 

He likes to give back to the community by giving people jobs. And chicken. And Meth. 

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14 minutes ago, Aaron Rudnicki said:

He likes to give back to the community by giving people jobs. And chicken. And Meth. 

Just imagine if he deep fried the chicken with a meth batter.

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