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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 ...
STEVEN KESLOWITZ is a practicing attorney and pop culture expert. He is the author of three other books -- The World According to the Simpsons, The Tao of Jack Bauer, and From Poland to Brooklyn -- and several journal articles focused on the intersection of law and pop culture. Please visit his website at StevenKeslowitz.com