Better Call Saul's journey from stupid breaking bed spin-off to plunging
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by wikigiri | Jun 12, 2022
into the dark side of the American dream has been the most exciting on television.
And in its final season, as it finally prepares to capture the events of Breaking Bed
the story of the moral revelation of lawyer Saul Goodman, aka Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk), has reached a truly depressing place.
Even a shocking, and in the first installment of the second half of the final season
the spirit of watching the slow-moving disaster remains terribly provocative.
That’s because the show has given itself so much to live on.
The first batch of episodes (as is the current fashion, the series is split in two)
featured a bloody explosion that dripped down the screen like ketchup on a Norman Rockwell painting (spoilers to follow).
We first bid farewell to Bad-Boy-with-a-Heart-of-Gold Nacho (Michael Mendo)