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‘Better Call Saul’ Series Finale: Co-Creator Peter Gould On Saving Souls, “Seeing ‘Breaking Bad’ Differently,” Kim Wexler Spinoff Hopes & Sticking The Landing

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SPOILER ALERT: This article contains details of tonight’s Better Call Saul series finale “As soon as we land, I want you to tell the other side that I’ve got more to trade,” a busted but still hustling Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) tells his lawyer on a flight from Nebraska to New Mexico in tonight’s Better Call Saul series finale. “I just remembered something that’ll make their toes curl,” the shameless lawyer born Jimmy McGill aka Gene Takavic asserts in the “Saul Gone” episode.Toes do curl, plea deals are struck, and hard truths are certainly revealed in the finale, directed and written by Peter Gould, that brings BCS’ increasingly acclaimed six-season run on AMC to an end Monday.Having carved out its own distinct path since its 2015 debut, the Breaking Bad prequel from Gould and Vince Gilligan finds Odenkirk’s savvy but reckless character captured at last for the crimes he committed with Bryan Cranston’s Walter White and Aaron Paul’s Jesse Pinkman.

Of course there are several sleights of hand as Saul aims to prove confession is good for the soul, but bad for keeping out of the dark hole that is the American justice system.

To that end, throwing his love and once fellow lawyer Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) under the proverbial bus for the death of rival Howard Hamlin (Patrick Fabian) earlier in the season, Goodman tries to escape decades behind bars with a mix of coercion, Heisenberg victimhood, and a big roll of the dice.As the likes of Cranston, Jonathan Banks and Michael McKean show up from past Breaking Bad and BCS episodes, Saul almost pulls off getting a mere seven-year sentence in a sweet deal with prosecutors and serving it at the near country club environs of FCI Butner in South Carolina.

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