‘Better Call Saul’ Review: Masterful ‘Plan and Execution’ Shows the True Cost of Unintended Consequences

‘Better Call Saul’ Review: Masterful ‘Plan and Execution’ Shows the True Cost of Unintended Consequences
[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Better Call Saul” Season 6, Episode 7, “Plan and Execution.”]

If there’s a dominant streak in this first half of the “Better Call Saul” farewell season, it’s the idea of surveillance. Aside from the fact that we’re all (in our own weird way) complicit in spying on the most vulnerable moments of these characters’ lives, they’re already doing a pretty good job of doing it to each other: guys stationed in squad cars tucked just out of view, massive battle stations’ worth of security cameras trained on every inch of the Fortress of Fringitude, and — as we see in this midseason finale — Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton) peeping through a pair of binoculars at the massive laundry operation he’s convinced is the disguise we know it to be.

They’re all waiting for a moment of weakness, one tiny slip-up to give them just enough of an advantage to pounce.
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