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Gus Fring Returns!
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"Sunk Costs" is the third episode of the third season of Better Call Saul and the twenty-third episode of the series altogether. Jimmy decides to represent a new client, much to Kim's dismay. Mike meets a formidable ally who presents an enticing offer.
"Sabrosito" is the fourth episode of the third season of Better Call Saul and the twenty-fourth episode of the series altogether. Jimmy calls in a favor from Mike. New complications disrupt the Salamancas' business. Chuck and Jimmy struggle to compromise.
Did you know ...
- ...that all of the security camera footage throughout the fourth season was used from an actual cheap security camera?
- ...that Hector "Tio" Salamanca was originally meant to be the main villain in seasons three and four, not Gustavo Fring?
- ...that in the episode "Blood Money", Bryan Cranston made the last scene more physical than was originally scripted? This added to the degree of drama. He worked with Dean Norris and used the feeling of betrayal to play this out on screen.
- ...that when Walter enters Gus' residence, Gus leads him to the kitchen. They pass by a tastefully decorated dining area. This is the first clue that children are present in Fring's household as there is a small children's table against the wall. More prevalent is the small red toy car on the floor highlighted by the lamp.