Better Call Saul

Lantern - S3-E10

Corrected entry: If Chuck had shut off all the electricity, the meter would be moving very slowly.

aassed

Correction: The meter is moving very slowly.

THGhost

Chicanery - S3-E5

Corrected entry: When Chuck is testifying in response to Jimmy's question about Chuck's supposed EHS (electromagnetic hypersensitivity) Chuck states he is only affected when current is flowing. But Chuck reacts to a cell phone battery Jimmy had planted in Chuck's pocket. A disconnected battery would not have any current flowing.

rossboulet

Correction: The whole point of this sequence is to show that Chuck's EHS is all in his head. It doesn't matter that there is no current going through the battery, because Jimmy knows Chuck will react to it regardless once he sees it.

Phaneron Premium member

Alpine Shepherd Boy - S1-E5

Corrected entry: At the very end when Mike's daughter drives up alongside his car, the registration shows 06/12. Even if this is the expiration, which I assume, that date doesn't coincide with the premise of occurring 6 years prior to Breaking Bad. (00:41:10)

Jeff Carlson

Correction: There are two stickers, the top one has the date 02/12 and the second has the date 02/6. However, in both sticker, the first number, "02" is the year. 12 and 6 are the months. There is never an 06/12 dated sticker.

Bishop73

Alpine Shepherd Boy - S1-E5

Corrected entry: Mike's granddaughter is the same age in this program as she is in Breaking Bad. If she were this old in Better Call Saul, she would have to be around 13 or 14 in Breaking Bad.

Correction: Not true, in breaking bad she's at least 11 years old if you go back and watch it. She looks older, but may be shorter, I know kids that are 12 years old but are very short, much like she is in Breaking Bad. In Better Call Saul she is at least 4 or 5.

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