Better Call Saul chronicles the transformation of a decent, likable guy named Jimmy McGill into Saul Goodman, the morally bankrupt lawyer we met on Breaking Bad. Captivating and funny, the show provides far more than a few binge-watched hours of entertainment, raising questions about the legal system and human nature itself.
Why You Better Call Saul: What Our Favorite TV Lawyer Says About Life, Love, and Scheming Your Way to Acquittal and a Large Cash Payout examines the many faces of our favorite fictional lawyer, as well as other characters in the Breaking Bad/Better Call Saul universe:
- Is Saul Goodman a persona that Jimmy invents to attract a particular kind of client, or does he reflect Jimmy's true self?
- To what extent does Jimmy/Saul bend -- or break -- the rules to which attorneys are bound?
- What do Jimmy McGill and Mike Ehrmantraut have in common with Dexter Morgan?
- What do Jimmy's most important relationships teach us about the effect of outside influences on one's psyche?
- How do Saul Goodman and Walter White break free of societal constraints?
- How does Saul manipulate the media in order to promote his legal services? Is he defined by his tacky advertisements?
- And much more …
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