I’m becoming increasingly open to the idea her and Jimmy are indeed together during BB. I mean, if THIS didn’t turn her away from him, wtf would?!?! Slippin’ Kimmy!Remember back in S1 and S2, people would speculate where Kim was during the Walter White-era? "We just didn't ever see Saul at home -- it's very likely they're happily married during Breaking Bad."
It was -- back in the '70s she knew enough not to get into that car with her drunken mom, but now she's getting into the metaphorical car with Saul, and she can't stop herself.I would assume that was Kim as a child since the mom called her Kimmy.
I would assume that was Kim as a child since the mom called her Kimmy.
Yeah, it started to occur to me a little later on, I must of somehow not caught when the mom refers to her as Kimmy.It was -- back in the '70s she knew enough not to get into that car with her drunken mom, but now she's getting into the metaphorical car with Saul, and she can't stop herself.
Cameo-wise, the detective was a very cool surprise last night, but I can’t help but be disappointed that Wendy didn’t make an appearance.
I assume they'll be broken up by the end of the season. That gives them next season to play the drama of the break-up and will be another reason Jimmy is the way he is when we meet Saul in Breaking Bad.No way Kim and Saul are married during BB; not after this.
I believe that is a good analysis of the import of the flashback relative to Kim and Jimmy's relationship. Kim will reach a 'point of no return' with Jimmy over some act or actions that parallel her mother's drinking and lies about drinking. (Promising not to behave some way and then not keeping that promise.)No way Kim and Saul are married during BB; not after this. Don't be mislead by false promises or emotions. That's what the Kim flashback scene was all about.