Breaking Bad was thought to be just another television series back in the day when it first aired on Television. On the contrary, it became one of the best and most popular ones in the world. It’s spin-off series Better Call Saul is getting a step closer to Breaking Bad after every episode. The show has been very well written. The details, characters arcs, back stories the storyline are all picture perfect. Better Call Saul has turned out to be one of the best spin-offs till date.
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The spin off released it’s latest episode “Dedicado A Max” like two days ago. I watched the episode, it was all good and perfect. Unfortunately, Lalo and Nacho didn’t appear in it, I really like watching those two guys. The bring that shine in the show and at some point, peoples get interested when they see such characters. For an instance, most of the peoples got hooked up with the show after they saw Tuco Salamanca in the end of the first episode of Better Call Saul season 1. The show is getting chaotic episode after episode.
But here we’re talking about a completely different matter. I watched the episode and wondered why Kim Wexler was so happy after she saw the pictures that Sobchak, the guy we saw back in the first season, brought them to her. Well, if you look closely to the picture given below, you’d see a guy mounted on a horse.
And if you really are a fan of this show and love the detailing of it, then you surely know that the picture above looks similar to the Mesa Verde logo.
Back in the first season, Jimmy was confronted by Howard Hamlin for copying his firm’s (HHM) logo as Jimmy had made his own logo in the same style with the same font named JMM. So, it’s likely that the copyright thing will return to Better Call Saul. So, Kim Wexler is likely to sue Mesa Verde for copyright infringement. Perhaps, Kim thinks that her boss, Kevin Wachtell copied the logo from somewhere. And one thing that makes this very obvious is that the seventh episode of the fifth season of Better Call Saul is named “JMM”, which might be a reference to Jimmy’s infamous activity back in season one.
Well, we can only presume it. If you haven’t watched this episode yet then go and watch it on AMC. Do not copy anyone, be yourself, because if you copy someone, you’re proving that they’re better than you. Enjoy the show. Enjoy the genuis of Vince Gilligan.