Better Call Saul understands that self-actualization isn’t inherently moral.
The series is so casually beautiful as to risk being taken for granted.
Homeland is too wrapped up in its own allure to deliver on the story it started to tell in previous weeks.
We have no doubt that we’ll be miffed by how some of these categories shake out on Sunday night.
The series rests on Bob Odenkirk, a gifted comedian and character actor who’s never before had the opportunity to occupy the center ring.
“Better Call Saul” is the kind of episode that made me get interested in television in the first place.