Perry gets back to his true calling after his nose tells him something smells funny about the Brooks McCutcheon murder. That was fast.
By Sean T. Collins
New season, new showrunners, same Perry. Who knew that a show with such a grisly beginning could wind up becoming such great comfort viewing?
In the series finale, Jimmy and Saul go to war. Kim flies across the country, twice.
By David Segal
Kim would like to make a confession, Gene has a new problem, and Jeff has car trouble.
Gene works a new scam, Francesca takes a phone call, and three guys get to know each other in an RV.
Gene Takavic, a.k.a, Saul Goodman, thwarts an enemy using little more than his wits and a lot of sugar.
Kim and Gus make some difficult decisions of the heart. Mike goes on a mission of mercy.
Jimmy and Kim get a new refrigerator. Gus and Lalo get some quality face time.
Lalo goes underground, Gus gets gloomy, and Howard presents his closing argument.
Jimmy and Kim prepare for “D-Day,” Howard tries to make peace, and Lalo has some questions.