Originally Posted by ilduclo
yeah, I found it hard to get traction on Saul 3. I'd forgotten a lot of the S2 plotline and actually had to look up who the one old guy was trying to kill....
That's what I'm hearing from a few people actually.
But I really love watching Mike and his confident, meticulous, patient investigative long haul plans. And I don't think he's actually trying to kill anyone. I think he's trying to find out who's surveiling him, though it's obviously someone connected to the dealer "kids" from the first season. I think I know why You-Know-Who is doing it. I think this season's going to clean up a lot of loose ends and connect to BB, and then maybe focus on Jimmy/Saul's life post-BB.
I always feel like the episode have ended too soon, even though I know intellectually that this isn't the case, and that they all end exactly when they're supposed to, and all last the exact same amount of time.
That's a good sign I think, that a show can have that effect. Good for the show, that is. Sometimes infuriating for fans.