Saul Goodman is now under the alias of Gene in Omaha, Nebraska and is currently running Cinnabon. That night he looks at the tape of television ads formed when he was an advocate. Then, sudden creativeness indicates him to an eccentric hunt of possible clients.
Saul picks up plot speed rapidly at the end of the first hour. The beginning, however, is so deliberate it's almost hypnotic. It's shot out of time, and what we see falls right into the pocket for Breaking Bad fans.
Most shows only wish they could reach the level of aesthetic mastery Better Call Saul demonstrates out of the gate, but my counterintuitive hope for the new AMC drama is that it gets messier, less controlled and less perfectionist in its tendencies.