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Better Call Saul’s Gross Sex Scene Makes Jimmy & Kim Far Worse

So brazenly celebrating the downfall of a man they once liked (maybe tolerated in Jimmy’s case) is icky enough, but not waiting for the mediation to end and Cliff Main to announce the result – not even hanging up the phone – before ripping each other’s clothes off makes Jimmy and Kim’s crimes in Better Call Saul season 6 so much worse. It demonstrates their perverse enjoyment in wrongdoing, and draws a direct link between the excitement of criminality and their magnetism toward each other. The thrill of the act and hearing their victory confirmed only adds to the turn-on.

Better Call Saul‘s sex scene tallies neatly with a line spoken by Howard later in the episode. Drunk and defeated, the HHM lawyer accuses Jimmy and Kim of “getting off” on their illicit actions. Nothing proves his theory more directly and explicitly than having sex before the scam is even complete. Until now, Kim and Jimmy (the latter with far less conviction, admittedly) have justified their Sandpiper con by claiming the old folks will get paid sooner, while they can still spend the money. Better Call Saul season 6’s sex scene proves that already-tenuous excuse completely false. Jimmy and Kim aren’t the moral crusaders they pretend to be, nor are they even trying to get rich quick (that Sandpiper money would come to them eventually, after all). This is pure, compulsive thrill-seeking from two people who love what they do… and make love while they do it.


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Better Call Saul’s Gross Sex Scene Makes Jimmy & Kim Far Worse

So brazenly celebrating the downfall of a man they once liked (maybe tolerated in Jimmy’s case) is icky enough, but not waiting for the mediation to end and Cliff Main to announce the result – not even hanging up the phone – before ripping each other’s clothes off makes Jimmy and Kim’s crimes in Better Call Saul season 6 so much worse. It demonstrates their perverse enjoyment in wrongdoing, and draws a direct link between the excitement of criminality and their magnetism toward each other. The thrill of the act and hearing their victory confirmed only adds to the turn-on.
Better Call Saul‘s sex scene tallies neatly with a line spoken by Howard later in the episode. Drunk and defeated, the HHM lawyer accuses Jimmy and Kim of “getting off” on their illicit actions. Nothing proves his theory more directly and explicitly than having sex before the scam is even complete. Until now, Kim and Jimmy (the latter with far less conviction, admittedly) have justified their Sandpiper con by claiming the old folks will get paid sooner, while they can still spend the money. Better Call Saul season 6’s sex scene proves that already-tenuous excuse completely false. Jimmy and Kim aren’t the moral crusaders they pretend to be, nor are they even trying to get rich quick (that Sandpiper money would come to them eventually, after all). This is pure, compulsive thrill-seeking from two people who love what they do… and make love while they do it.

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Better Call Saul’s Gross Sex Scene Makes Jimmy & Kim Far Worse

So brazenly celebrating the downfall of a man they once liked (maybe tolerated in Jimmy’s case) is icky enough, but not waiting for the mediation to end and Cliff Main to announce the result – not even hanging up the phone – before ripping each other’s clothes off makes Jimmy and Kim’s crimes in Better Call Saul season 6 so much worse. It demonstrates their perverse enjoyment in wrongdoing, and draws a direct link between the excitement of criminality and their magnetism toward each other. The thrill of the act and hearing their victory confirmed only adds to the turn-on.
Better Call Saul‘s sex scene tallies neatly with a line spoken by Howard later in the episode. Drunk and defeated, the HHM lawyer accuses Jimmy and Kim of “getting off” on their illicit actions. Nothing proves his theory more directly and explicitly than having sex before the scam is even complete. Until now, Kim and Jimmy (the latter with far less conviction, admittedly) have justified their Sandpiper con by claiming the old folks will get paid sooner, while they can still spend the money. Better Call Saul season 6’s sex scene proves that already-tenuous excuse completely false. Jimmy and Kim aren’t the moral crusaders they pretend to be, nor are they even trying to get rich quick (that Sandpiper money would come to them eventually, after all). This is pure, compulsive thrill-seeking from two people who love what they do… and make love while they do it.

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