the siblings actually have some human conversations....I think the
hostage thing is supposed to be a reset for roman....still no more sexy
scenes with Gerri, but I loved that he reflexively defended her before he
had really formulated a premise....that whole shark tank scene was
Ken asks his dad in their 1:1 if he thought he "could have done it"
(ie: run the company), and Logan says that he (Ken) is not a killer
by redirecting to him on the fly during congressional testimony, and then
needling him throughout the last episode, he all but told Kendall what to
rewatch the scene where shiv puppy dog eyes Logan to save Tom...there
is dialog, but they cut out the audio...what does she tell Kendall? "Dad wants
to see you?"...or..."it's going to be you..."
Kendall also says he'll "have the papers" during his closing press conference
which makes me wonder if he got the blackmail material from Greg or if he
has his own insurance policy.
I like Kendall's new lady friend...their dynamic is really good.
watched the new season of Letterkenny with a friend today and we were both on
the fence....it seems like they regressed too much in to fart jokes and otherwise
tried to pile too much in to it...dunno how I feel about it yet.
El Camino is good...very well composed....great dialog
and interesting to see some back story and revisit old
it just doesn't seem like a big screen movie.
that universe is interesting because Better Call Saul
makes Breaking Bad even better and then going back
and watching Breaking Bad again creates the same
feedback loop for BCS...it's a strange relationship
between the two.
I don't think Better Call Saul would work if it didn't have
the Breaking Bad foundation....even though the characters
and storylines are arguably way better than BB.