Last episode of this was surprising in that I assumed it was Jimmy doing something unforgivable. But the set up for Kim and relatable-cartel-guy's relationship with Jimmy and Mike was far more satisfying.
"People will not assume that what they read on the internet is trustworthy or that it carries any particular assurance or accuracy" - Lord Leveson "Hyperbole is a cancer" - Lakov Sanite
Just binged the whole season over the last few days. This show continues to amaze me. I also keep expecting it to be the last season but apparently season 6 will be the end.
As a character and a performance, Kim has really been the star of this show. Sure, Odenkirk's Saul Goodman has been top-notch for ever, but her role has always managed to continually surprise and impress me. The marriage thing is a perfect example. The whole time I'm screaming at her, thinking "FINALLY GIRL YOU DONE GOT YOUR HEAD RIGHT" and right before she said it, I realized she was going to propose the marriage. The last scene of the season when Saul is watching her get into the shower and he realizes the monster he has created out of the person he knew is just priceless. What's even more amazing though is how wrong everyone of the characters are about Kim. She's had this in her all along, and while Saul has certainly pushed her towards it, this isn't coercion - this is her actual choice and she's making it gladly.
Yeah they said 2021, but I seriously doubt we see much of any new productions starting in 2020. Movie and TV studios are going to have to be REAL careful about things like liability when asking high-paid stars to risk their health.