Better Call Saul has ended. A review of the series finale, "Saul Gone," coming up just as soon as I build a time machine… "Where do I see it ending? With me on top, like always." —Saul James Morgan McGill and Walter White join forces one final time midway through "Saul Gone." It is a flashback to the two of them hiding out in the vacuum store's basement circa the "Granite State" episode of Breaking Bad , each of them waiting for Ed to secret them away to their new lives under assumed identities. Their conversation is a reminder of Walt's arrogance, as well as his contempt for Saul: When Saul suggests he could have sued Gray Matter on Walt's behalf, Walt dismisses him as the last attorney he ever would have employed for such a task. He would laugh in disbelief if you were to tell him that the man he knows as Saul Goodman once kicked off a successful multimillion-dollar class action suit against another corporation on behalf of defenseless senior citizens. Mostly, though, the conversation is there as part of a running dialogue throughout the era-spanning series finale. As he explicitly does with Mike in the opening… Read full this story
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