Definitely the biggest plot moving episode of the season.
I loved the Mike, Fring and Nacho stuff. I had kind of stopped caring about what happened to Mike and Fring, but this episode sucked me back in.
I love when Mike is scheming and being Dave Clark, instead of feeling sorry for himself.
Fring going on the offensive against Lalo was also refreshing.
I had always assumed Lalo must have been in prison, when Walt and Jesse threatened Saul in the desert in BB, and this episode seems to confirm it.
I guess Mike empathizes with Nacho over Fring having a gun to his father's head because Hector essentially had the Cousins put a gun to Kaylee's head.
I thought the Saul scam was pretty well done. Yes, there were some potential holes in it, but I think if Kevin fought him it would be mutually assured destruction. Kevin sensed that Saul was crazy enough to launch his nukes and gave in to demands that weren't too outrageous, especially the copyright infringement part.
I am not sure I bought Kim's reaction. When she was seemingly angrily taking articles of clothes off, back at the apartment, I thought she might surprise us by revealing that Saul scamming her made her horny, and jumping him.
But, when she talked out the situation rationally and then suddenly came to the conclusion that maybe they should get married, I didn't really buy it.
I wonder if there was any to Kim being a cello player and Chuck's wife Rebecca being a violinist. Probably not, the cello was probably just something heavy for Kim to lug home.
I guess we know Kim's eviction story she told Acker was true, or based upon a true story.