Better Call Saul's brilliant, emotional finale - 'Breaking Bad' in reverse

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In a bright and elegant finale to one of the most consistently strong

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TV dramas of the last decade, Bob Odenkirk's Saul Goodman is,

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to put it mildly, good. After finally being arrested, Saul took a plea deal

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that would see him in and out of jail for a believably stretchy-but-

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who's-counting seven years. However at that point he saw and made

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a move to clear his ex Kim Wexler's (Rhea Seehorn) name and get

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back to his real name, the one he used before "Saul" started

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scamming full-time. Jimmy will almost certainly spend the rest of

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his life behind bars, knowing that he was taken there in a moment of grace.