What an amazing episode! So reminiscent of some of the desert episodes of Breaking Bad. In fact, this episode was filmed in To'hajiilee, roughly the same area as some of the last episodes of BB, including "To'hajiilee" and "Ozymandias." According to the Insider podcast, this episode took 18 days of shooting, and just the shootout scene took five full days. And they were filming it in July 2019 so you know it was blazing hot out there. Obviously it was a cool reveal to have Jimmy about to get shot and then suddenly his shirt gets splattered with blood. But I really would have liked to see how Mike was able to be in the right place at the right time. Was he tailing Jimmy all the way to the meet up with the Cousins? Was he set up to protect Jimmy at that point? Or did he drive the route beforehand, realize that bend in the road was the logical place to stage a heist, and he gambled that this would be the spot where he should be set up? It's not like there was another parallel road Mike could be driving to be tailing Jimmy without being seen. How did Jimmy think he could drag those bags across the desert without getting a hole. I'm surprised he went as long as he did before he started to leak money. Also, it was kind of odd that they knew that guy was looking for them, yet they just wandered across vast open desert in broad daylight. It seems like if that guy was smart, he should have just climbed one of the highest bluffs near where he found the Suzuki Esteem with some binoculars and just watched all the open land until he saw people moving. Seems like a much better plan than just driving up and down the road at full speed. I was so confused about the rear-mounted spare tire on the Cousins' Porsche Cayenne, but apparently it was a factory option for the first couple years that car was offered. Finally, I had one gripe about the episode, and that was the final shot, with Mike stepping on the space blanket and leaving it behind as he walked away. That doesn't seem like something Mike would do. He had no way to know whether they were going to have to spend another night out there so he'd definitely want to keep it with them, plus he wouldn't want to litter and/or leave any evidence in the area, since the murder of all those guys at the shootout was sure to be discovered and investigated at some point.