Better Call Saul

Better Call Saul | Episode Three Recap Podcast


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Rob Cesternino and Antonio Mazzaro recap the episode three, “Nacho”, of the Breaking Bad prequel, Better Call Saul.

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  • Cutlass12

    Wha happened? It’s not on iTunes?

    • Johnny De Silveira

      Rob’s having an issue with #RHAP shows going up & this one along with the SNL. Just have to watch them on here for now and wait for the podcast later.

      • Cutlass12

        Thanks. I see it downloaded to iTunes a couple of hours ago.

  • Kyle Ellis

    As much as I want to be like… “GO WATCH BREAKING BAD NOW” to the people who haven’t seen it, I wish I could watch Better Call Saul in a vaccuum knowing nothing about the BB universe. Also, there is no mention of the name Saul , leaves me wondering how many people watching don’t realize Jimmy becomes Saul

    • Antonio Mazzaro

      I am very much interested in how much of the Better Call Saul audience never watched BB. Anecdotally, the number seems a lot higher than I expected.

      • susan appleby

        I never watched Breaking Bad. The entire premise just seems too depressing to me and the show is probably too violent for me to enjoy. I can watch Game of Thrones violence because it’s so fictional and ridiculously over the top. Breaking Bad is just not a show for me.

        I didn’t watch Better Call Saul until now when I found out that the story is very different.

        I’m a huge fan of Antonio Mazzaro as a reappear with Rob.


  • Michael Norris

    This was almost a Breaking Bad level episode. The only thing that would’ve sealed it would’ve been if it had ended right when he heard them singing. And the final shot is just of their shadows in the tent, and their singing leads into the final credits. That would’ve been brilliant.

    • toast

      Well, we still let out an audible gasp of frustration when the screen went black. Personally, I think it was a better end. The stakes raised up, questions and possibilities at maximum level.

      • Antonio Mazzaro

        Gilligan’s lasting legacy in television may well end up being end of episode black screens where the next thing you see is his name. Sort of a showrunner mic drop. I love it.

  • susan appleby

    Just watched this episode. The funny part to me is that if Jimmy had just been at the courthouse or in his office, he would have been contacted directly as Pack wanted him as his lawyer. Just another example of the more Jimmy tries to affect things, the more he screws himself up.