I've been enjoying 'Better Call Saul' since it started last year.  However, there was something missing.  I couldn't put my finger on it, but it was just missing an element that 'Breaking Bad' has.  It wasn't the acting, the story line was good enough, but the recipe wasn't just right yet.  The most recent episode finally found that missing ingredient, and now the show is cooking.

The turning point for me was the scene where Jimmy (not Saul yet) tries to do an illegal commercial TV shoot featuring an elderly war vet.  It's magnificent, and what the show has needed is more scenes like this.  I know they are trying to transition Jimmy McGill into Saul Goodman, but a few more scenes like this will make it much more entertaining to watch.  I loved this episode.

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