So, I said it on the Instant Take chat but I do think that Nacho was hoping that he would have a chance to take out the cousins. MAYBE he was feeling guilty about just sitting there and was legitimately trying to help them but I think he would rather kill them and hope Gus can take over the Salamanca area and get him out. (Obviously never that simple)But I'm really wondering how the Salamanca family survives into the Breaking Bad time. Between Don Hector in a coma, Tuco being in jail, Nacho is practically on death's door...they are pretty damn weak right now. I know the cartel would never let it stand if Gus took them out but damn, they seem like they could be squashed at any second if he wanted right now.
@KingKobra Yeah, you're right. It just seems kinda boring to me. We know they are doing at least another season and I'm sure there will be lots of drama and I'll love it but it's almost like they are already in a holding pattern until Breaking Bad.This is the only BCS episode I haven't completely loved. Still liked it, don't get me wrong. I love this universe and everything about it. It just feels like I'm already starting to see how they are stretching things (not just Fring V Salamanca) out maybe a little more than necessary.Also, anyone have guesses on what Kim is up to?Also also, can we put the silly forgery theories to bed now? We don't necessarily know what she's up to but it seems pretty evident that she wasn't going to the court house last week to steal any old Charles McGill stationary.
We havent seen the outside of the veterinarian's office, or have we? Im betting the veterinarian's office is in the same shopping plaza where Saul sets up shop.
We are in that typical Villgould Boom-Bust cycle. The story is slow now, a lot of balls are being tossed up in the air, but none of them have landed yet. In a few episodes all of these balls will shatter against the floor in an explosive episode that brings everything together and reminds us why we like this show.Balls thrown up in this episode-Jimmy sliding deeper into being a straight up criminal again.This is what his friend in Chicago wanted him to do. Just hustle and steal every night of the week.Kim is having a crisis of conscience. Eventually her paralegal and Mesa Verde are going to want answers as to Kims commitment to her solo practice. And Kim will need to find those answers herself.Gus is on edge and plotting very aggressively to expand his territory. What is the next stage of his plan involving Mike and Nacho?Mike is doing whatever he wants regardless of what Gus or Lydia think. It seems he ultimately earns Gus' full respect. How is this accomplished with the seeming tension between them currently?
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In regards to the question about Saul (or more accurately, Gene) working at the Cinnabon out of all the possibilities for a place to go and a job to have: