Better Call Saul – S03E07 – Expenses

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Better Call Saul – S3E7 – Expenses

Last week we were left with the impression that Jimmy’s “Saul Goodman Productions” scheme might just be a success in terms of getting him out of the money hole that he was in, as well as a possible line on further income to keep him afloat as he adjusts to his suspension from practicing law. But only a few minutes into “Expenses,” we can see that Jimmy’s latest plan has him scrambling, with insufficient funds coming in to pocket anything after paying his increasingly disillusioned film crew.

While her boyfriend/client/partner flounders, Kim loses control in her own fashion, snapping at Paige when the two meet to discuss Mesa Verde business. Paige is having a field day gloating over Chuck’s humiliation from a couple weeks ago, and it only stokes Kim’s feelings of guilt. When her own professionalism/attention to detail is called into question, it’s all she can take. Paige understands when Kim apologizes but we’ve seen enough to know that Kim can’t be happy about the outcome of the hearing. She has begun to feel bad for Chuck.

Mike, meanwhile, is dipping his toe into the criminal world once again, acting as muscle for our old cobbler-squatting pal Pryce, who has made a possibly ill-advised deal with Nacho and just doesn’t trust the situation if he goes it alone. This was originally not something Mike was interested in, but a chance encounter with a new friend provides him with the impetus to take the job, mostly as a way of arranging a meet-up with Nacho, who has his own incredibly risky plan to orchestrate if he hopes to keep Hector’s mitts off of his father’s business.

 

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