Aug 5 • 1HR 2M

Better Call Saul: S6E11, Breaking Bad

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Richard Hanania
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I talk to Chris Nicholson about Better Call Saul: S6E11, Breaking Bad. We discuss the role of nostalgia in art, and I bring up a recent Freddie deBoer essay on the topic. While in the past we disagreed on where Saul was going, this week we find ourselves mostly in agreement on this question but differing in our judgments of the artistic merits of what the producers are doing.

Unfortunately, there is no video this week, but you can still listen on YouTube.

For previous conversations on Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, see

The Breaking Bad Universe

Better Call Saul: S6E7, Plan and Execution

Better Call Saul: S6E8, Point and Shoot

Better Call Saul: S6E9, Fun and Games

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Better Call Saul: S6E10, Nippy