Discussion in 'The Studio Lounge' started by JHDK, Feb 8, 2015.
The commercials are pretty good.
2 episodes back into season 1.
Such good stuff.
Breaking Bad villain Gus Fring returns in Better Call Saul trailer | Daily Mail Online
Season 3 drops tonight bitches!
good heads up! i've seen/heard tons of ads for the new season but the premiere date didn't stick. i'll def be watching that tonight.
on stern they have been running a live read where howard says something like: "variety (or whatever outlet) calls better call saul the best prequel series on tv." is that supposed to be a joke or is it just really stupid copy? stern doesn't read it as a joke so i'm not sure.
I'm not sure of any other prequels at the moment, but it's the best in my book.
the line from last night's episode, when talking about jimmy's commercial: "the guy at the station said he's never seen so many star wipes in a row." made me laugh like a moron.
and it's the first time we saw saul goodman make an appearance.
That line cracked me up!
I don't know why I never got around to watching Breaking Bad, I'm halfway done with season 1 and the show is a bit interesting. Once I finally finish binge watching the series. I'll give Better Call Saul a try, I added the show to my Netflix watchlist.
i wish i was able to watch breaking bad for the first time again. there is a plot line in one season that i thought was a bit ridiculous (the plane) but besides that the show just gets better and better every season. the progression of walt from beginning to end is amazing.
Just couple more episodes left for season 1 and I'm pretty much into the show now. So far I don't recall a plot line regarding "the plane"? But I did enjoy Walter getting revenge to that douche by blowing up his car at the gas station.
shit, now i feel bad cause that's a bit of a spoiler. it's not in season 1 though. and you probably won't know what i was talking about until the show wants you to.
It's not really a spoiler, I already know how the show ends. The show aired several years ago, but as mention before. I never thought of watching the show until Myth Busters did a special Breaking Bad episode, which got me a little interested on watching the show. Now I'm finally getting around watching Netflix, now I'm finally watching every show that I should have watched years ago.
By the way, I finally finished season 1 the ending was kinda lame, the episode before it was much better. Walter walking away from the building by partially blowing it up.
I'm halfway through season 2 and I reached the episode called "Better Call Saul" and I like that sleazy lawyer.
Looking forward whenever I get a chance to check out his show.
It's great television.
Gilligan does an incredible job with the visuals.