By Empress Eve
Tuesday, February 17th, 2015 at 9:00 am
We’re already through three episodes of the AMC original series Better Call Saul, with Bob Odenkirk reprising his role from Breaking Bad. In the first episode, which premiered on February 8, 2015, we were re-introduced to the character, who, for this prequel series, is known by his real name Jimmy McGill. The first two episodes gave us just a tiny glimpse of the character’s post-Bad whereabouts, with the majority of the events of the series so far taking place in 2002 when Jimmy was a struggling public defender before he became the shady strip-mall lawyer Saul Goodman with the popular “Better Call Saul” billboard and bench ads and TV commercials.
Episode 1.3 “Nacho,” which began with a flashback to Jimmy’s situation back in 1992, was mostly about Nacho’s grand plans to rob the Kettleman family and how Jimmy was going to handle it — would he join Nacho for the robbery or try to prevent the crime? Episode 4, “Hero,” will address the direct fall-out from the events of Episode 1.3, and will see Jimmy trying to explain to Nacho that every decision he made was for the greater good. How will Nacho react?
Check out the preview photos and video here below for Episode 1.4 “Hero.”
Jimmy conjures up a bold plan to solicit new clients, but has to face the consequences when the scheme strains his relationships with a rival firm.
The 10-episode first season of Better Call Saul stars Bob Odenkirk as Jimmy McGill (Saul); Jonathan Banks reprising his Breaking Bad role as Mike Ehrmantraut, seen here as a parking lot clerk; Michael McKean as Chuck McGill, Jimmy’s brother; Rhea Seehorn from TV sitcom Whitney as Kim Wexler as Jimmy’s love interest; and Patrick Fabian as Howard Hamlin as Chuck’s law firm partner.
Better Call Saul Episode 1.4 airs on AMC on Monday, February 23, 2015 at 10/9c. If you need to catch up on the first three episodes, you can watch them in full at AMC for the next few weeks.
Episode 1.4 Image Gallery
Preview Episode 1.4:
Don’t miss the next episode of Better Call Saul, Mon., Feb. 23rd.
Written by: Gennifer Hutchison | Directed by: Colin Bucksey