Better Call Saul season 6 episode 5 brings us to the end of the first season of the program on AMC and Netflix. Part one has a total of seven episodes as we get closer to the end of the Breaking Bad spin-off.
So far, there have been terrible deaths and major character reveals, and episode 5 appears to be on track to continue this trend. Here’s everything you need to know about the new episode, including how to watch it and what to anticipate when it airs.
‘Black and Blue’ is the title of the fifth episode of Better Call Saul season 6, however, there isn’t much else known about it. It offers a brief narrative that reveals the character’s upcoming drama. “While Jimmy’s business grows, the cat-and-mouse game between Gus and Lalo tightens.”
Better Call Saul’s last season has been broken into two parts. Part 1 is currently airing on AMC in the United States on Mondays, before arriving on Netflix in the United Kingdom — and internationally – on Tuesdays. Read on to find out how many episodes there are when they’ll be released, and how to watch them online.
Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 5 Release Date & Time
It’s finally here! On May 9, 2022, at 9 p.m. Eastern/Pacific and 8 p.m. Central, AMC will release Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 5.
On Tuesday, May 10, Netflix is scheduled to release Better Call Saul season 6 episode 5. Netflix’s global library is often updated at 12 a.m. PDT, given the company is headquartered in California. Thus, the program is likely to air at 8 a.m. in the United Kingdom. Internationally, the episode will be accessible at the time of your time zone’s equivalent.
|Episode 1||Wine and Roses||Apr 18, 2022|
|Episode 2||Carrot and Stick||Apr 18, 2022|
|Episode 3||Rock and Hard Place||Apr 25, 2022|
|Episode 4||Hit and Run||May 2, 2022|
Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 4: Recap
You can never be certain about the persons you call your neighbors in the world of Better Call Saul. Is it true that the county treasurer has a picture-perfect family? He’s swindling millions of dollars.
Who owns the local chicken chain of stores? He is a drug lord. Isn’t that the sickly chemistry teacher from high school? He’s making crystal meth. Even the parking attendant who collects your ticket could be a one-man wrecking team for a local gang. No one appears to be who they claim to be.
With the exception of Jimmy, or rather, Saul Goodman. Saul advertises to the world who he is and to which clientele he caters with his colorful outfits, flashy ads, and schmoozy personality. It’s right there in the name, after all.
So far, he’s been able to be open and honest about the services he provides and the people he works with on a daily basis without alienating the people he works with. However, some moderation could have been beneficial.
The fact that Jimmy has supplied legal services to Lalo Salamanca has rendered him persona non grata in the courthouse. While this is good for business, it has made him persona non grata at the courthouse. Jimmy has isolated himself from “respectable” society by hustling out in the open, but at least Kim is still by his side.
Kim is also a better covert operative than Jimmy. It’s evident in the way she can conceal her genuine motives when duping Cliff Main, but it’s also there in her dealings with Jimmy.
She confronted those watching her, assuming she was being followed by the cops (was it Anthony Carrigan?!). If that’s the case, we’ll pretend this is a Barry crossover), Kim eventually meets Mike. Mike adds that she and Jimmy are being followed since Lalo is still on the loose, and there’s a “risk” he’ll contact them.
Mike relays the troubling information to Kim since she’s “made of sterner material” than Jimmy. Kim is visibly shaken by the interaction; she’s already wary of Jimmy’s ties to Lalo, but she manages to push her fears aside to tell Jimmy what he wants to hear about potential office space, then go have some tacos. Kim has a secret now that everyone else in Albuquerque seems to know about it.
“Hit and Run” appears to be a segment designed to help us catch our breath after last week’s dramatic, instant classic episode. We’re largely just waiting for Lalo to show up, like Gus and Mike.
Jimmy continues his campaign to smear Howard Hamlin’s reputation, this time stealing his car while he attends a therapy session and then using it to pick up Wendy, a prostitute, in order to stage a dramatic scene in front of Kim and Cliff’s coffee shop.
I enjoy how the episode gives us a glimpse into Howard’s session, revealing that his cheery attitude hides problems at home. It reminds us that, while Howard is an annoyance and a clown on the surface, he isn’t fully deserving of the punishment he’s getting. Kim refuses to accept that he is behaving badly, but the viewer can see it.
Gus is still waiting for Lalo to return and exact retribution, even if Nacho has cleared his name. He’s gone above and above to stay attentive, donning a bulletproof vest under his clothes and having Mike spread out all of their soldiers over the city to keep an eye on every area of ABQ.
Even more bizarre is the fact that Gus keeps a body double in his house and has built an elaborate secret tunnel to his neighbor’s house, which he uses as a monitoring center, all while his yuppy neighbors go about their daily lives.
Nobody does it better than Gus when it comes to hiding in plain sight and keeping up appearances.
While the brilliant Rhea Seehorn gets to have some fun behind the camera monitoring Gus’ trek from his own home into his neighbor’s and focusing on Kim’s tight, yet spiraling hair in “Hit and Run,” it’s a shame she wasn’t given a storyline with a little more meat on its bones.
Nonetheless, seeing Jimmy in complete Howard’s makeup and battling with the patient parking sign was a treat, and we also get some Clifford Main backstory to explain why he would be particularly interested if Howard was participating in destructive behavior. There’s always something to enjoy with this program, even in a minor episode.
Where To Watch Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 5
On an above-mentioned day, viewers may watch Better Call Saul season 6, episode 5 on AMC.