Neglected to mention that, prior to starting Better Call Saul season 3, we watched season 5 of Orange is the New Black a season which takes place entirely over the course of three or four days during a prison riot which began in the very last episode of season 4. Very uneven season, I thought. I mean OitNB has always been a comedy/drama but it struggled to find that mix this time out, leaning too heavily on the comedy and subsequently rendering what drama there was - in this season and the season previous - to be of little consequence. I don't know what it is with this show, it seems to alternate between having a good season, a bad season and an indifferent season.
Finished Fargo season 3 last night and I think I liked it better than the second season. @MazzyStar definitely didnt; I don't think she appreciated the strange, vaguely supernatural quirks of one or two of the episodes. I reminded her that a major shootout in season two was resolved by the arrival of a bloody great big spaceship but she reminded me that she didn't appreciate that aspect of Fargo either. Fair enough.
Game of Thrones season 7 now, every Monday for the next seven weeks. In between, I think we're going to watch the original Twin Peaks. I haven't seen it in years, wife's never seen it ever, and I want to be fully re-acclimated before we get stuck into the new Twin Peaks.