- Last Active
I really didn't know what they were going for with Jimmy's interview. My initial reaction was to interpret the scene as proof that Jimmy is losing it, still quite broken after Chuck's death despite seeming to snap out of it after Howard's confession. But I guess there's also his internal battle between "Jimmy" and "Saul Goodman." He's able to turn on the latter to get the job but the former takes control when he realizes how easily his new bosses were duped by him. It's almost like he's got a split personality at this point, and Jimmy is still sabotaging Saul. I guess he has not yet reached the point where Saul becomes the dominant personality.
Saw the Netflix original "Like Father" with Kristen Bell and Kelsey Grammer. It wasn't very good. Both actors were game but the material was pedestrian. High-achieving Type A personality so focused on career she has no personal life and her fiance leaves her at the altar because her phone is literally ringing during the ceremony. I mean, why does this theme feel so familiar?