Better Call Saul S04E10 Featurette | 'Lalo's Attack' | Rotten Tomatoes TV

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Check out the new Better Call Saul Season 4 Episode 10 Featurette starring Tony Dalton! Let us know what you think in the comments below.

US Air Date: October 8, 2018
Starring: Bob Odenkirk, Rhea Seehorn, Michael Mando
Network: AMC
Synopsis: Jimmy turns the page on his reputation. Lalo tracks a loose end in Gus' operation. Mike is forced to make a difficult decision.

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💬 Comments

Lalo is the perfect antagonist for Saul Goodman since they're both smart guys who like to talk a lot

Author — Carlos


What makes Better Call Saul great is that many shows would’ve skipped past the consequences of this murder whereas a season later in BCS, this action still has consequences!!

Author — Pop Smol


This scene was ridiculous in all the right ways. I loved it.

Author — Vega Vice


I never thought i'd say this...But for me: Season 4 and 5 are actually a bit better than Breaking Bad. I did not know that was possible, especially Season 5!

Author — JD182


It's amazing how perfect every single actor fits their role better than anyone else could

Author — Ay Aaron


Yes this scene was incredible but...

That scene where Mike gets rid of Lalo by chewing gum has to be one of the most ingenious moments I had ever seen. Pure brilliance.

Author — R C


Lalo is seeming like such a badass guy, hoping he's the main antagonist of next season! Maybe someone who can actually give Mike a run for his money?

Author — RosieJonesRules


Ceiling drop caught me by surprise. Its the most comical yet the best thing they had ever done in BCS.

Author — wenaldy


Tony Dalton y su personaje de Lalo, le han dado un giro extraordinario a BCS.

Author — Susana Castagnolo


This scene is a good show how Mike and Lalo have different morals even when their trade is the same. It was clear Mike was not going to waste that kid to get the information he needs but Lalo has no constrains hindering him from getting to his objective.

Author — kuningas7


That's pretty interesting about Tony Dalton hearing the name Lalo years before and never knowing it was him.

Author — Michael McGee


I love Lalo’s character. He’s so charming but he’s a villain so you’ll feel guilty about liking him

Author — Jun Jalapeño


It´s so refreshing to watch Lalo Salamanca. He is so charismatic and lethal at the same time.

Author — Hernán Jiménez


I loved his jump to Saul's car, it was so smooth.

Author — Negan


There is nothing I don't like about BCS other than its ending soon. It's perfection that we will sorely miss once it concludes.

Author — Bill Randolph


This scene, jump in particular, has vibes of Coens' No country for an old men. Lalo reminds of Llewelyn Moss, only with opposite morale )

Author — Roman S


0:34 Seeing Mike all smiling and bubbly messes with my brain.

Author — Callum Booth


Lalo is so damn charming. Kilowatt smile and his eyes sparkle.

Author — ThePariskat


*teleports behind you*
Nothing personal kid

Author — ukkomies100


I can’t be the only one who imagined Lalo crawling through the ceiling like Alien, right?

Author — Daniel Wood