Better Call Saul S05 E08: What’s In Store?

Better Call Saul‘ Season 5 is coming to an end, and as we progress through the season, the episodes seem to be getting better. In fact, the latest episode is one of the best we’ve seen, really exploring the nuances in the duality of Saul Goodman and Jimmy McGill. You can read our review here.

With Lalo in prison, and yet making moves against Gus, there seems to be a need for a more permanent solution to the Lalo Salamanca problem. Meanwhile, the new honesty between Kim and Jimmy might be a little too much for her to handle. Curious to find out what the upcoming episode has in store? Read on for the spoilers, as well as information about when and where to watch this episode.

Better Call Saul Season 5 Episode 8 Release Date: When Will It Premiere?

‘Better Call Saul’ Season 5 Episode 8 is slated to be released on Monday, April 6, 2020, at 9/8c. Titled ‘Bagman’, the episode sees Jimmy pushed to his limit when a simple delivery for a client goes wrong. Lalo gets an unexpected visitor, while Mike tries to contain the cartel’s wrath. You can check out the promo here.

Where to Watch Better Call Saul Season 5 Episode 8 Online?

‘Better Call Saul’ is on AMC, so you would usually need to have a cable connection to watch it. However, in today’s day and age, you can stream it on the AMC site. Cord cutters can also use options like Fubo TVSling TVYouTube TV, and Philo TV.

Amazon Prime subscribers have the option to purchase and stream the episodes, but they will become available a day after it airs. Netflix subscribers can rewatch the show up until Season 4, at the moment. Season 5 will make its way to the platform after it finishes airing on AMC. You can check our detailed coverage of when ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 5 comes to Netflix, here.

Better Call Saul Season 5 Episode 8 Spoilers:

The upcoming episode, titled ‘Bagman’, possibly refers to the new responsibilities bestowed on Jimmy or Saul, by Lalo. It is evident that he’s going to be more involved in the cartel business. Meanwhile, Kim does not seem to be all too happy with the fact that Saul’s managed to secure bail for Lalo.

She feels that this might make him a ‘friend of the cartel’, and Kim is right to fear that. Ultimately, Jimmy has a propensity for getting into trouble, all by himself. To be associated with the cartel is a recipe for calamity. We get a sense of this, as we are teased a look into the cartel’s machinations.

With a bloodied car seat being taken apart, and license plates being changed, Saul might have bitten off more than he can chew. We also know that Mike will be trying to contain the cartel’s wrath, and Gus is already looking for a permanent solution to the Lalo Salamanca problem.

Could this spell the end for the wily and ruthless cartel member? Only the upcoming episode will tell us. However, with the season coming to an end, we can expect the action to pick up the pace.

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