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Better Call Saul Season 5 Blu – Ray - Review


 In Season Five, Jimmy has finally made his full transformation into “Saul Goodman” which deepens his connections to the cartel. 

Mike goes through a transformation of his own as he deals with the guilt and regret of having to kill his dear friend Werner. After drinking himself into a hole Mike decides to “play the cards that he was dealt” and move on with his life.

After finding out that there is now a third person in her relationship with Jimmy. It takes Kim on a rollercoaster of emotions, which leads her to a path of no return. 

 Nacho gets caught in the middle of a deadly game of chess between Lalo and Gus. That leads to Nacho running for his life.

(the US only)


• Deleted Scenes 
• “Tell Me Again” Featurette 
• “The Good, The Bags and The Ugly” Featurette 
• “Bagman” – The Ambush 
• “Bagman” – The Cannon Roll
 • “The Effects for This!” 



Cast & Crew Commentaries on Every Episode 
• Gag Reel 
• Mesa Verde Bank and Trust TV spots 
• Ethics Training with Kim Wexler 
• “Crystal Balls” Featurette

Episode 501: Magic Man 
 Now doing business as “Saul Goodman,” Jimmy unveils an unorthodox strategy for client development that tests Kim’s tolerance of his new legal persona. Lalo searches for the mysterious “Michael,” only to discover a problem within his own operation. 
Written by: Peter Gould
Directed by: Bronwen Hughes 

 Episode 502: 50% off 
Jimmy’s promotional stunt has unintended consequences. Nacho takes extreme measures to earn Lalo’s trust. “Saul” is a success at the courthouse, but still has yet to win Kim over. Simmering with rage and self-loathing, Mike loses his temper. 
Written by: Alison Tatlock 
Directed by: Norberto Barba 

 Episode 503: The Guy for This 
Jimmy’s business enters uncharted territory. Kim’s confidence is tested when she’s faced with a legal problem only she can solve. Nacho navigates increased pressure from Gus. Mike continues to spiral.
Written by: Ann Cherkis 
Directed by: Michael Morris 
Episode 504: Namaste 
As Jimmy doubles down on “Saul Goodman,” a deeply conflicted Kim brings him an interesting proposition. Gus makes a sacrifice to play the long game. Mike attempts to smooth things over with his family.
Written by: Gordon Smith 
Directed by: Gordon Smith 

 Episode 505: Dedicado a Max 
Mike takes an impromptu trip out of town. As she and Jimmy grow closer over their campaign to help a client, Kim makes a surprising call. 
Written by: Heather Marion 
Directed by: Jim McKay 

 Episode 506: Wexler v. Goodman
Kim tries to pump the brakes on Jimmy’s latest scheme, but it may be too late to stop Saul. Mike turns the heat up on, Lalo. Nacho attempts to enlist support from above. 
Written by: Thomas Schnauz 
Directed by: Michael Morris 

 Episode 507: JMM 
Jimmy and Kim build a legal firewall with help from Huell. Kim sets things straight with her clients as Jimmy is compromised by his. Gus, at war on all fronts, calms troubled waters in service of his plot to build an empire. Mike does damage control. 
Written by: Alison Tatlock 
Directed by: Melissa Bernstein 

 Episode 508: Bagman 
When a simple errand for a client goes sideways, Jimmy is pushed to the limit. Mike takes measures to contain the wrath of the cartel, and Lalo gets an unexpected visitor. 
Written by: Gordon Smith 
Directed by: Vince Gilligan 

Episode 509: Bad Choice Road 
In the wake of Jimmy’s traumatic misadventure, Kim takes stock of what is important. Jimmy attempts to return to business as usual, but it’s more difficult than anticipated. Gus and Mike set a plan in motion.
Written by: Thomas Schnauz 
Directed by: Thomas Schnauz 

Episode 510: Something Unforgivable 
Jimmy and Kim make a sideways move that takes a serious turn. Nacho gets closer to the cartel than he’d like and ends up on the run. 
Written by: Peter Gould and Ariel Levine 
Directed by: Peter Gould


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