The final season of the Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul continues to release new instalments every Monday on AMC. Last night season six's third episode, Rock and Hard Place, went down, with Jimmy aka Saul and Nacho literally finding themselves between a rock and a hard place.
Here’s a brief breakdown of the episode’s drama:
Synopsis of the Third Episode
Still running for his life, Nacho is forced to decide where his loyalty lies. Juan Bolsa tells Nacho, 'Today you're going to die, but there are good deaths and bad deaths.' Nacho agrees, however, his idea of what constitutes a good death varies from Juan's as he wants to depart on his own terms rather than the ones outlined by Gustavo or the Salamancas.
Besides that, Jimmy must choose whether he wishes to remain on good terms with the cartel upon the questioning of his reputation.
Apple TV posted a short clip of a conversion going down between Jimmy and Huell in his car on Twitter last night. Huell doubts and questions Jimmy about the reputability of his and his wife’s work as the lawyer tries to convince Huell that he is doing good to a lot of people. This begs the question, “Is Saul Goodman a lawyer you can trust?”
Season 6 Part I Scheduled Episodes
The show's sixth season is halfway through its first part, containing seven episodes. Episode 4, 'Hit and Run', is scheduled for a Monday, May 2 release and episode 5, 'Black and Blue', for May 9. Episodes 6 and 7, still unnamed in the meantime, will air on May 16 and May 26, respectively.
The Show's Remarkable Rating
Better Call Saul is by far one of the best performing shows of the 21st century, with a 100% rating on the Tomatometer, 97% audience score and all positive remarks from critics.
Catch the series’ final season as well as the previous ones on AMC Plus with the Apple TV app.