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Better Call Saul Season 3, Episode 3 Recap | Sunk Costs

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Better Call Saul Season 3 Episode 3 Recap Podcast of “Sunk Costs” on April 25, 2017

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Rob Cesternino and Antonio Mazzaro drop back in to recap “Low Costs”, Episode 3 of Season 3 of Better Call Saul on AMC, as well as answering a few feedback questions on April 25, 2017.

 

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  • sunny

    ok, i completely missed that those were the same shoes, i need to rewatch (and generally just put my phone down while watching this show!)

  • ‫אורי מרדלר‬‎

    i dont see the problem. there is a left shoe and a right shoe. he knows where he put the drugs and he can see the shoes…

  • Carol Gillis

    Ah, thanks for this!

  • Park that is Paranoid

    You both, especially you Antonio, talk as if Kim is going to die before “Breaking Bad”, however the cast and crew have both hinted that she may be alive during “Breaking Bad”. Remember, “Saul” is just an act. He could still be Jimmy in a private life from Kim. Unlike the other BB characters, we saw nothing of Saul’s personal life. As Rhea said in an interview, “would you tell Walter White, that you are married, with a wife?” Look how shitty, things ended up for Jesse’s love ones, and Mike’s. Or, after all this shit, and Jimmy becoming Saul, she could have just moved back to Nebraska.

    • Thor

      I think I remember them saying on a previous podcast that Saul could live with Kim during Breaking Bad for all we know, because we really don’t learn much about his personal life in that timeline.

  • Kathie

    Kim & Jimmy could hire Ernie, but he’s not a paralegal. He worked in the mailroom at HHM.

  • TrentC

    Love the show and it pains me to level a small logistics critique. I thought the coke runners/shot/falling coke on the truck scene was on par with the train scene from Breaking Bad. While both scenes were completely entertaining, thinking about them at length reduces the effect somehow.

    I’m sure there were a handful of ways to get the coke on the truck that were less entertaining.

    It by no means ruined the show. It did illustrate how good of a shot Mike is.

    • Amanda Quist

      I agree with this, probably more so because it could so easily have failed, no? This is not my world and I haven’t rewatched the scene, but it seems to me that if the position of the shoes or the truck was off even a little the whole plan would be ruined. Was there not some other stop…maybe at a gas station…during which a more reliable plant could have been arranged?

      • TrentC

        Yes it appeared to be an event that had to work a particular way with no variation to be successful.