Better call saul season 6 is a game show that is hosted on the BBC. It is a comedic game show with a twist. In a situation where you have to take a call in, you have to answer a series of questions about the current situation, then you have to guess what the other guest is going to say.
Now I know that this is a game show, but what I mean is it’s really similar to the game show Jeopardy. So as you’re answering questions, you’re reading the other person’s body language and thinking, “What does this person want?” The best part of this game is that the guest can’t see you answer the question. The only way you can be sure you didn’t do wrong by answering with the wrong answer is to guess the correct answer.
In the game, guests are given a clue. It could be a clue that only the host knows, or it can be a clue that is not in the guest’s knowledge. So how far can you trust the host? Well, as a guest, you can only be sure that the answer is right if you read the body language, think it through, and follow the host’s directions. This means you can’t take the game too seriously.
So, for example, if the host asks you to call the room that is down the hall, and you say, “no, let’s go in the lounge and call the rooms on the right.” Now you are in the lounge and you know it is the room that you are supposed to go in, but you also know it is a house with no doors.
This is just one example of a more mundane example of a common mistake I often see.
This is just one more example of a more mundane example of a common mistake I often see. And just when you thought it was over, you still see it. And if you are doing anything in your life where you need to think about something, you probably should check your brain.
This is called “stuck” thinking. Think about a particular thing and go to a location where you do or don’t do something. You won’t be able to stop yourself from remembering that you didn’t do it. Or worse, you won’t be able to remember your reasons. These are both common mistakes, but they are also mistakes that I see every single time I’m in a room that I know I shouldn’t be in.
So, as it turns out, I am a very stuck person. I do things that I know I shouldn’t do because I have a very limited amount of reasons to justify them. And I do them without even knowing why. Sigh. So I guess I should be using my brain more instead of my finger.
In season 6 of Better Call Saul, Saul Goodman (Andy Samberg) gets so stuck in a loop he starts to forget why he’s doing what he’s doing. One of the things that I would never do if I was the character I am now is to forget why I’m in a particular situation. I remember exactly what I did when I was in that situation and why I did it and where I was. I don’t need to do that.
I would argue that in a way, that is exactly what Andy Samberg is doing here. Every time he is in a situation he is not sure how he is going to get out of it, Samberg is going to do what he plans to do and just not have to worry about the outcome. It is just a matter of how he decides to accomplish his goal. I would argue that in the game, Samberg is just trying to do what he did in the game.