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The opening montage was just stunning, and so sad.

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That opening montage is a beautiful and terrific way to both do a time jump and show two people's growing distance. With that party scene and the conflict unresolved at the end of the episode, I suspect this is the season where their turning (…breaking?) point for Jimmy and Kim will occur. I feel though that if it continues in this trajectory, there might be at most one season left after this?

Gus' one scene is so chilling, and is the good kind of Breaking Bad connectivity that really adds to both series.

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Kim has become the Jesse Pinkman of this show for me: I very badly want to see her escape everything unscathed, but fear the worst.

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The opening scene shows a time lapse of many months passing by in which Kim has settled into her new firm and she no longer has to wear a cast and Jimmy continues selling his phones. Lots of progress has been made on the construction project under the warehouse and Hector wakes from his coma and receives intense therapy. Gus invites the doctor working on Hector to his house for dinner and when reviewing videos of Hector's progress, he decides to stop Hector's treatment fearful he might make a huge recovery. An accident under the warehouse causes a major setback and Mike worries about how to keep these guys from making things worse. A man comes to see Jimmy while he's selling phones and reveals he's a cop asking Jimmy to stop selling to lowlifes. Jimmy says no claiming it's a legitimate business. Huell, while listening to music, sees the confrontation and hits the cop from behind on the head with a bag of sandwiches. Huell is arrested for assaulting an officer and faces possible jail time. Jimmy turns to Kim for help and she says she has a plan.

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