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This week’s episode of Better Call Saul was light on plot but heavy on character development. Fortunately the characters all have plenty of meat on their bones and there was enough weight brought to the moments to stop what could have easily become a slow episode and turn it into something with a heavy dose of emotion.
In a nutshell, Jimmy tried on yet another new suit and went all Matlock on us. Chuck stole a newspaper and went nuts. Nuttier? Then Mike showed up and raised ALL the questions, and the episode faded to black.
Read on for the full recap and review.
Our fourth Millennium recap looks back at S01xE04 - "The Judge". Read after the jump to check it out.
The results of the poll are in and the X-Files News book club will officially be reading Ground Zero by Kevin J. Anderson for it's first month. Read after the jump for more details.
I'm posting something a little different today but I know you guys won't mind.
I'd like to take a moment to remember not only that he died, but that he lived. And boy, did he live well.
Leonard Nimoy took his character, Spock, and truly changed the notion of what aliens could be in science fiction. Without his acting talents, Spock fast could have become a joke, a forgettable character used occasionally for a laugh. Instead, he turned Spock into perhaps the most complex character of the series, becomming a legend, and forever changing the genre I am proud to call myself a fan of.
R.I.P. Leonard Nimoy. You truly lived long and prospered.
Better Call Saul continues it’s outstanding opening season with “Hero” and it’s possibly my most favorite episode to date. Slippin’ Jimmy gives us a glimpse into the past, Present-Jimmy’s resistance to the dark side cracks, and Chuck takes a terrifying journey… to the other side of the street. S’all good, man!
Apologies for the late post, but I was down with the plague. Or possibly the flu. Let’s go with the plague. It’s much more dramatic.
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