Tuco doesn't look like he's hitting the meth yet. His sales pitch to the skateboarders, talking Tuco out of killing him and sparing the skateboarders, and him almost having the accountant sign over a high-profile case to his care are all good examples. An act of carelessness puts Chuck at risk. La prima stagione abbastanza sulle sue, troppo anonima, qualche sbadiglio di troppo ma con un bellissimo incipit. That lady up there She shorts me every time, okay? O anche no, ma almeno roba nuova e non qualcosa che mi facesse sedere ancora prima dell'inizio dell'episodio con dita di mani e piedi già incrociate nella speranza che non mi attendesse l'ennesima mimmata.
He's the treasurer of Bernalillo County. Loved the montage, in part because it shows Jimmy finding some momentum again. He goes away, someone's gonna come look for him. What what what about them? They compromise - the skateboarders are, to say the least, not too keen on the solution - and Jimmy is set free. Not on your abuelita, not on you. Smart guy like you could figure it out.
This is going to be hard to forget, along with their singing and clapping in the tent. James has a hell of a natural talent that he's yet to perform illegally for his benefit. It means no more validation stickers talk from now on, right? Of course I knew Tuco didn't kill Saul there but those kids were up for grabs. Funny that Jimmy discovered the beauty of the plea bargain with Tuco in the desert and that he had a gift for it. . I didn't do anything wrong. Also, it's not like you can get another regular job or you again wouldn't have time to even do the pD work.
Ever hear of the code of Hammurabi Let the punishment fit the crime, eye for an eye? I also liked that they made a point of Saul paying the kids hospital bill. He doesn't know I'm here. Here, in Jimmy's first trip into the wild, he risks his own life to save two criminal shitbirds from being murdered. La serie per ora e' molto carina, e l'ho vista con piacere. I love how brilliantly it conveyed the daily grind and how hard Jimmy works, all building up to his shitty cot in his terrible office and a short glass of cheap liquor. Uh, uh, this is this is good. Like a troll under a bridge! I like Michael McKean, but his scenes aren't doing much for me.
I'd love to see the skateboard twins in a scene with the the twins from, Leonel and Marco. Not like he's a bright young thing who just graduated from an ivy. Also, it's not like you can get another regular job or you again wouldn't have time to even do the pD work. And well we know that grandfather is walking around somewhere. A doctor doctors ain't cheap, yo.
I made it up, okay? She is a sweet little lady. Show us the green, or la policia is gonna come, and they're gonna be taking granny away! I'm the best lawyer ever. That's tough, but it's fair. And I just saw Kelley Dixon's tweet that they're going to do a podcast. I was skeptical of the behind-the-scenes chatter that said this series was sort of going to be Breaking Good, the story of a degenerate discovering some unrealized reservoir of decency. It's so I'm a lawyer.
Maybe it's because we were introduced to Mike initially via Saul. Maybe they'll come back and kill your family. Tuco is hellbent on killing the skateboarders, who not only tried to scam his much-loved grandmother, but insulted as well. If the show's a hit, I could potentially see them doing a final season that runs in direct parallel to the events of Breaking Bad. I adore Michael McKean - and his dry comedy is a thing of beauty - so I can see him tearing up the joint with his talents.
Here, in Jimmy's first trip into the wild, he risks his own life to save two criminal shitbirds from being murdered. Curious to see where this is going. I say cut 'em loose. She works hard all day, every day, just like her mother before her, from dawn till dusk, scrubbing the floors of rich people. Never 10 years from now, they're still gonna be crapping their jockeys. And I'm not saying anything about this to anybody. Can't be as simple as not being able to get clients, right? He decides to dip his toes into the game but unforeseen circumstances ratchet up the stakes beyond his control, like it did for Walt.
Are you punking my abuelita? He's gonna be indicted for embezzlement any day now. We do see him go back to the courthouse and pile on more clients as a public defender. That that's how they run their scam. That's what I'm saying justice. He he wanted to scam you. I need to lean on you, so I think it's it's definitely broken.
The montages were also totally out of the Breaking Bad playbook, which can be both a good and bad thing. Uh, this, um, this bill did you read it? It also shows part of why Jimmy is in this predicament, which also intrigues me. Un pregio e un difetto del doppiaggio? And Mike had the vibe of someone who has been in the game for years. Con una bimba di un mese e una di tre anni, è un lavorone :- Nei ritagli dei ritagli di tempo tipo sul bus sto cercando di guardare Mazinger edition Z. Nacho was impeccable in my opinion, no thumbs down today, guys. Tuco doesn't look like he's hitting the meth yet.