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BETTER CALL SAUL SCRAWL: EPISODE 107 BINGO AKA TEAM KETTLEMAN

Episode 107: BINGO Grade: B
In Episode 107 titled BINGO, Jimmy McGill goes up against who is arguably his most complicated foe: The Kettlemans, an upper class suburban couple who provided the first ouch moment when that bigger better law firm stole 'em away…

After which Jimmy nabbed the pair with a bag of loot in the woods... A piece of which got his own business rolling. So now, Team Kettleman has their collective back against the wall, and, meeting at the same diner, they need Jimmy's services the way he once needed their business: desperately.

Julie Ann Emery as Betsy
Accused of embezzlement, the sneaky duo represent the kind of plastic phonies Jimmy can’t stand. As characters, while bordering on caucasian-cliché, even compared to as "Ned and Maude Flanders", actress Julie Ann Emery, as the steely wife, Betsy, plays the role with a cunning, shady, sophisticated reserve...

One quick glance can render the already-weak husband useless while her catty chatter gave a defensive Rhea Seehorn's Kim Wexler more purpose than she's had thus far, and provides Jimmy his biggest challenge, even more than the psychotic drug dealers that, in the first two ventures, seemed more like a contrived BREAKING BAD rehash than what holds the most potential for a sneaky lawyer's climb: the world of the rich and idyllically crooked.
Catch BETTER CALL SAUL on AMC 10pm Mondays... And Long Live The Kettlemans
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