Luisa 2022-11-09 20:51:06

1. Four story lines in parallel: Jimmy, Kim, Chuck, Mike

2. Kim's toughness began to weaken. After doing his own work, he tried his best to help Jimmy, even if it violated his own moral law. He liked "To Kill a Mockingbird" not because girls were obsessed with Gregory Pike, but A lawyer who wants to change the world like Finch, Wow. No matter what kind of situation you are facing, you can quickly sort out your emotions, cheer up, and find the most appropriate and decent way to deal with it, without dragging your feet or leaving room for leeway. When it comes to dealing with Chuck, I can't bear it. But I also know what to do is the best choice, I can bear the guilt after this choice, and I feel more and more that the role of Kim is very special.

3. Chuck gradually collapsed. He has a unique "simple and stubborn" characteristic of people who focus on a certain field and achieve success smoothly. He doesn't know how to work around, reasoning and implementing reason within the family, and has a strong desire to control, so strong, he can't accept himself Mistakes, weaknesses, imperfections, by turning his own mental decline into a physical disease, avoiding the face of the core problem.

4. Jimmy basically makes bad things to achieve his goals. When the situation develops out of his control, he damages his own interests to achieve the other party's comfort. He admits to tampering with documents and alienates the elderly in nursing homes, and interacts with Mike a little in the middle. Jimmy also transitioned to this season. Saul Goodman.

5. Mike, and the story of the drug cartel that surrounds him, have no intersection with Jimmy's story this season. Uncle Fried Chicken appears as a new character, opening a new timeline. Mike is quiet, and the right to interpret his inner activities is given to some people around him, and most of the exciting stories are given to Mike's line.

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Mabel quotes

  • Kim Wexler: Are you mad?

    Jimmy McGill: I'm not mad-I'm just thinking about things. For 10 minutes today Chuck didn't hate me. I forgot what that felt like.