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Better Call Saul Season 3 Episode 7 Recap | Expenses

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Better Call Saul 2017: Season 3 Episode 7 Recap Podcast: Expenses

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Better Call Saul Season 3 Episode 7 Recap Podcast of “Expenses” on May 23, 2017

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Rob Cesternino and Antonio Mazzaro check back in to recap Episode 7 of Season 3 of AMC’s ‘Better Call Saul’, “Expenses”, as well as to address some listener feedback.

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  • Charles Bikle

    Regarding how Jimmy/Saul takes care of clients:

    Going back to Breaking Bad, Jimmy has always gone the extra mile for his customers – no matter what chaos Walt & Jesse were a part of, Saul always kept their finances safe and never tried to rip them off (although, he might have gotten “creative” with fees perhaps) and usually went to the mat for them.

    The only times Saul betrayed a client were on occasions where he was threatened with physical harm.

    Even when doing the commercials for others like the Couch Guy, Jimmy wanted to make an effective commercial and took the time to coach the guy in his delivery.

  • James Griffin

    Another fantastic Podcast. In my opinion, Jimmy’s fate began to go down the drain, with the rejection of Rebecca’s plea to continue to help Chuck, even under the circumstances. This reminds me of the concept of hubris, no-one in this world is above it all, tentative success being the most hoped for. All the best!

  • Park that is Paranoid

    When she mention her husband going missing, the first thing I thought about was the “good samaritan” from last season, killed by the cartel, that Mike feels guilt about.