Most of the screenwriters worth their salt work for television nowadays anyway. Based on the way last week's Better Call Saul ended, it was pretty easy to predict what would happen in last night's episode, but it was delightful anyway. It was wonderful seeing all the chaos that can come from simply changing a 61 to a 16. It was nice, too, finally seeing a confrontation between Kim, Jimmy, and Chuck where just about everything came out, despite two characters playing their cards very close to the chest.
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A feinting caterpillar danced through swords.
When ev'ry mask was blue paper they sunk.
Hot cellophane expanded past the hordes.
And swallowed inky steam in fabric trunk.
Engaged to bunnies quick by batt'ry springs,
A dream reclines upon the redwood bar.
In two unlike and broken voices sings
The mirror patient trapped; a lighthouse star.
Erastian umbilical, a vote.
A breath absorbed in two dimensions missed.
A heavy candle must by paper boat
In madness see the truth in Isolde's tryst.
A webbing pattern grips the ageing skull.
The able heart condemned yet haunts the hull.