The Ones Who Knock S2E05 – Rebecca

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In this episode, David and his brother Michael discuss Better Call Sauls fifth ep this season, “Rebecca.”

E-mail us and let us know what you thought of the episode, as well as of the podcast, at theoneswhoknock@gmail.com. You can find every episode of the show at bettercallsaul.audio. If you like the show, feel free to leave us a review on iTunes! Hit the jump for links to stream/download.

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‘Better Call Saul’ Will Be Back for Season 3

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Jimmy McGill’s transformation into Saul Goodman has been a wonder to watch: precise, deliberate, gorgeously shot, impressively acted, and more than a little heartbreaking. And the evolution is going to continue for at least another year. AMC has just renewed Better Call Saul for a third season, just as the series hits the halfway point of its second.  Read More »

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At the Paley Center For Media’s annual Paleyfest event, Better Call Saul screened Monday night’s episode two days early for their Saturday panel. The climax of the episode featured a recognizable Breaking Bad character. We won’t spoil whom, but the prequel series has been judicious about who they’ve reintroduced. Nacho (Michael Mando) has been in a recurring role, and Kyle Bornheimer recently appeared as Ken Win. Series creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould spoke about this week’s big Easter egg. Even that is a possible spoiler if you figure out who could be connected to last week’s big cameo appearance.

“Probably right when we were breaking this episode,” Gould said. “I think we thought, Tuco’s in trouble. Who is he going to call?”  Read More »

The Ones Who Knock S2E04 – Gloves Off

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In this episode, David, his brother Michael, and Joanna Robinson from Vanity Fair discuss Better Call Sauls fourth ep this season, “Gloves Off.” Feel free to back our Kickstarter if you want to show your support!

E-mail us and let us know what you thought of the episode, as well as of the podcast, at theoneswhoknock@gmail.com. You can find every episode of the show at bettercallsaul.audio. If you like the show, feel free to leave us a review on iTunes! Hit the jump for links to stream/download.

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The Ones Who Knock S2E03 – Amarillo

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Thanks to your donations, The Ones Who Knock is back to discuss this season of Better Call Saul! In this season, David, his brother Michael, and Joanna Robinson from Vanity Fair discuss Better Call Saulthird ep this season, “Amarillo.” Feel free to back our Kickstarter if you want to show your support! And be sure to read up on how we shouldn’t treat Kim like Skyler White.

E-mail us and let us know what you thought of the episode, as well as of the podcast, at theoneswhoknock@gmail.com. You can find every episode of the show at bettercallsaul.audio. If you like the show, feel free to leave us a review on iTunes! Hit the jump for links to stream/download.

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The Ones Who Knock S2E02 – Cobbler

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Thanks to your donations, The Ones Who Knock is back to discuss this season of Better Call Saul! In this season, David, his brother Michael, and Joanna Robinson from Vanity Fair discuss Better Call Saulsecond episode this season, “Cobbler.” Feel free to back our Kickstarter if you want to show your support!

E-mail us and let us know what you thought of the episode, as well as of the podcast, at theoneswhoknock@gmail.com. You can find every episode of the show at bettercallsaul.audio. If you like the show, feel free to leave us a review on iTunes! Hit the jump for links to stream/download.

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The Ones Who Knock S2E01 – Switch

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The Ones Who Knock is back to discuss this season of Better Call Saul! In this season, David, his brother Michael, and Joanna Robinson from Vanity Fair discuss Better Call Saulseason premiere, “Switch.” If you’d like us to continue recapping every episode, feel free to back our Kickstarter before the next episode of Better Call Saul! Otherwise, we’ll have an abridged version of this podcast and return after episode 5 and after the season finale.

E-mail us and let us know what you thought of the episode, as well as of the podcast, at theoneswhoknock@gmail.com. You can find every episode of the show at bettercallsaul.audio. If you like the show, feel free to leave us a review on iTunes! Hit the jump for links to stream/download.

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Better Call Saul Season 2

If AMC puts out a show and Chris Hardwick isn’t there to talk about it with a bunch of celebrities immediately afterward, did it ever really air at all? Increasingly, the answer seems to be no. Following the success of Talking Dead and Talking Bad — Hardwick’s live talk shows about The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad — AMC has announced it’s launching Talking Saul. The first episode will air right after Better Call Saul‘s season 2 premiere on Monday.  Read More »

Better Call Saul Season 2

The first season of Better Call Saul ended with some major shakeups to Jimmy’s closest relationships, and season two will see him meeting even more people to help or hinder him on his way to becoming Saul Goodman. One key new figure will be Clifford, a friendly-seeming power player to be played by Ed Begley Jr. Meanwhile, Aaron Paul is teasing another important encounter that may or may not be on the horizon for Jimmy — his first encounter with Paul’s Breaking Bad character Jesse Pinkman.  Read More »

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Mad Max: Fury Road basically dominated our top 10 lists for 2015, and we at /Film were hardly alone in loving it. The National Board of Review deemed it the best film of the year, and filmmakers as different as Quentin Tarantino and John Waters named it one of their favorites, too. It’s even earned nominations from the SAG, the PGA, the BAFTAs, and the Golden Globes — a rare feat for a blockbuster action sequel. Even so, all the critical adoration in the world can’t guarantee Mad Max: Fury Road a shot in the Best Picture Oscar race. At this point, it’s still far from a shoo-in for the category, and (let’s be real) stands almost no chance of taking home the prize itself.

All this praise can, however, win Mad Max: Fury Road the Golden Tomato Award for the best reviewed movie of 2015. As you’ve probably deduced from the name, these award are given out by the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. Besides Mad Max, Inside Out and Room have also emerged as some of the most highly praised films of the year, while Master of None and Better Call Saul were two of the best loved titles on the TV side. After the jump, find out what the other best reviewed movies of 2015 are, and see George Miller and Pete Docter‘s (adorable) official responses to their big win.  Read More »