AMC’s Better Call Saul continues its third season tonight with episode No. 9, “Fall,” at 10:00 P.M. EST. Here’s a quick refresher of everything that went down on last week’s episode:
In a flashback, Jimmy and Marco recover some coins from the remnants of the McGill’s old general store to use in an upcoming con. Jimmy berates Marco for calling his father beloved, instead criticizing him for his honesty. In the present, Chuck consults with Dr. Cruz, and admits that the events of the disciplinary hearing demonstrated that his EHS may be mental in nature. Dr. Cruz agrees to help Chuck, and he is able to walk to a store to buy groceries on his own. However, he is met by Howard, who informs him there is a problem with his malpractice insurance. Jimmy’s guitar store clients become suspicious of his motives and refuse to pay him. Jimmy stages a “slip and fall” con, slipping on a drum stick and injuring himself in the process. While at lunch, Kim is offered a new client from her Mesa Verde companions when she encounters Howard. She tries to pay back her law school loans to Howard, though he refuses and coldly accuses her of betraying the firm, to which Kim replies that he should not have tried to cover up Chuck’s condition. Kim returns to the office to find Jimmy with his half of the rent, indicating he used the “slip and fall” to coerce the guitar shop into paying him off. Despite Jimmy’s assurances, Kim still expresses doubts about Jimmy’s ability to pay and considers taking on another client. Jimmy later is able to make $700 during his community service, helping a drug dealer “see his sick child” by threatening the supervisor. Nacho puts his plan to kill Hector in motion, successfully switching his heart medication pills with a carefully prepared substitute containing only ibuprofen. Mike, using information he gained from Nacho, tracks down the body of the Good Samaritan that Hector shot in Season 2, Episode 9, and reports the discovery to the police. Later that night, Mike approaches Gus to seek help in laundering the remaining $200,000 he stole from Hector so that it can be left to his family. Gus agrees, warning Mike that the process will be difficult, and both men shake hands.
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Better Call Saul Season 3, Episode 9 Viewing Details
Date: Monday, June 12, 2017
Time: 10:00 P.M. EST
Episode Title: “Fall”
TV Channel: AMC
Live Stream: AMC Live Stream
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