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Quote from: buttgammon on May 17, 2022, 12:13:11 PMThe puns on D-Day all lead to Omaha (Beach).
Quote from: Mobius on May 18, 2022, 11:11:01 PMInteresting that Kim made a point of acknowledging the vacuum cleaner business card
Quote from: Old Thrashbarg on May 21, 2022, 09:22:17 AMIt does feel like too obvious a signpost for this show, so I'd imagine it's a red herring. Or maybe just a way of emphasising that's how Saul came to have his underworld contacts.
Quote from: Old Nehamkin on May 21, 2022, 01:22:04 PMI'm not sure how much I like the idea of Saul Goodman's little black book of shady contacts being something he acquired ready-made from some other guy like a sort of RPG item. I guess I always assumed that by the Breaking Bad timeline he would've just organically developed an esoteric network of "guys who know guys" over the course of several years of hardcore sleazy lawyering. He always came across as so well-versed and confident in navigating the criminal underworld that it felt just about believable that he knew how to put you in touch with, say, a guy who runs a fantastical freelance witness relocation business. It just feels a bit limp and universe-shrinking to learn that he actually just picked up all these names in one go from the vet character.
Quote from: Twit 2 on May 21, 2022, 03:33:14 PMJust like to echo that the show is as good as ever, and anyone who liked it before and doesn't now is WRONG.
Quote from: Old Nehamkin on May 21, 2022, 01:22:04 PMI'm not sure how much I like the idea of Saul Goodman's little black book of shady contacts being something he acquired ready-made from some other guy like a sort of RPG item.
Quote"This is not a spoiler, what I'm saying here," Odenkirk adds. "It's weird, because it sounds like maybe I'm pitching that Saul becomes this goodhearted, generous, caring person. I can't tell you where he ends up, but it's not like he has some revelation of humanity. I think he gets to ..." Odenkirk pauses. "I think I've said all I can say. But I like where his journey ends. And I think you'll like it too."
Quote from: Ant Farm Keyboard on May 22, 2022, 11:27:24 AMThe thing with ABBA is that the rights to use their songs (both for the publishing and the track itself) in a soundtrack are ridiculously cheap. That's why there was an entire Community episode taking place during a dance that only consisted of ABBA tracks. in comparison, it costs an arm to use anything by the Beatles (who are also very selective, as it takes four signatures to validate any use of their music) and, weirdly, Bob Seger.
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