After the horrors of the previous weeks, this episode of “Better Call Saul” is relatively light and fun – it’s basically a heist film wrapped up in an hour of TV. The tension is still there, especially when Jeff is sprinting around the mall. But the fear of terror has subsided, at least a little. But the darkness can’t stay away forever – too much has happened.
To keep Frank from turning his head back to the screen, Jimmy suddenly broke down, pretended to cry, and acted without seriousness. He faked it just to distract Frank – at least at first. But while he was trying to film a story sobbing on the spot, Jimmy said “I have no one, no family,” and then said, “My brother is dead.” Here, Bob Odenkirk has done an incredible job so that a sudden realization fills his eyes. His brother To be died. When was the last time he thought about Chuck? Jimmy continued, the real emotion in his voice: “I have no wife, no children, no friends.” That is all truth. Kim, his wife, is gone. He has no one now. He does his miserable job and then returns to his miserable home, and looks miserable the whole time. That is not a life. It wasn’t even an existence. It is a habit; a programmed performance theater just meant to delay the inevitable.
In the end, Jeff was able to recover and escape. Back at Jeff’s house, Jeff, one of Jeff’s friends who helped carry out the heist, and Jimmy return to Jeff’s place. Jeff and his friend were excited about their score, but then Jimmy let the other shoe fall: he had the goods for these guys; he has proof of their theft. And if they don’t leave him alone, he will destroy them. Jeff seems really hurt by this, given that he and Jimmy are friends now. But that’s not what Jimmy wanted. He wants Jeff to leave him alone and never cross his path again. Jeff, trembling, agreed.
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