HomeReactions Better Call Saul Better Call Saul 4x3 Reaction Better Call Saul 4×3 Reaction 0% 0 Views 0 Likes Screenshots Liked it? Take a second to support Blind Wave on Patreon! Related posts: Letters to the Patrons #1: Special Days Better Call Saul 2×4 Reaction Better Call Saul 2×10 Reaction Better Call Saul 4×6 Reaction PREV Better Call Saul 4×2 Reaction May 22, 2022 NEXT Better Call Saul 4×4 Reaction June 5, 2022 Comment (9) Eric is right. That was 2% milk. Log in to Reply The robber was the guy in charge of Vamonos Pests from breaking bad. They would copy house keys and rob them some time after the fumigation so they didn’t look suspicious. Log in to Reply That’s right. His name is Ira. Log in to Reply After this pizza convo u guys need to have a pizza cutting competition, choose your own weapon/tool and judge it by speed and performance. Log in to Reply There was a weird theory going around at this time that Kim actually wrote the letter to Jimmy. Rhea Seehorn had to debunk it on Twitter. Log in to Reply IDK how people watched Kim’s reaction to the letter and thought she wrote it. Such a dumb theory. Log in to Reply Rick is totally right, scissors are wayyy better than a pizza cutter. With a cutter there’s always the risk you didn’t get all the way through in some places, scissors are 100% success rate. Also is it the norm that the pizza place slices the pizza for you in USA? That’s interesting / weird 😀 Log in to Reply I said it last time and I hope eventually one of you guys read it, but Jimmy has shut off his emotions when it comes to Chuck. Or he at least is trying to. The words in the letter are of no consequence to him anymore. Chuck told him to not go through the remorse phase after he hurts the people he cares about, and he’s taking it to heart. I think the last scene really shows how conscious he is about his behavior, he was just surprised he upset Kim with his demeanor. The door perfectly covering half of his face in that last shot is just perfect for this. Log in to Reply PSA: Both goldfish comments in this are myths. They live an average of 10-15 years in a healthy environment, and have decent memories. Log in to Reply LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.