Posted: Apr 26 2015
by: Neal Haworth

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Legal Troubles? Better Call Saul!

Whether it's a misdemeanor or felony, Saul has you covered! James Morgan "Jimmy" McGill is Albuquerque’s hottest new lawyer, helping the elderly create their wills and defending criminals while trying to make a buck in the process.

Saul Goodman (born as James Morgan McGill) was first introduced in the first season of Breaking Bad as a legal representative for Walter White and Jessie Pinkman. The two meth-making masterminds needed someone on their side, so they sought out Saul in the yellow pages of Albuquerque. Rather than arranging meeting, though, Walt and Jessie kidnapped him, coercing the offbeat lawyer into working for them.

But Saul's story goes beyond the series finale of Breaking Bad. In 2012, Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan hinted that a possible spinoff series about Saul Goodman was in the works. While not official, it offered a glimmer of hope to die-hard Breaking Bad fans hoping to see more of his story. In 2013, the series was confirmed, with the first episode of Better Call Saul airing February 8, 2015 and the season finale airing April 6, 2015.

With the first season of AMC's record-breaking spinoff series Better Call Saul coming to a close, there's no better time than now to show your appreciation for the show. BBT Clothing offers a wide variety of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul shirts. So make a statement that you support the legal efforts of Saul Goodman with a fashionable Better Call Saul t-shirt! Season 2 of Better Call Saul might be months away still, but you can keep Saul Goodman close to your heat with an iconic t-shirt!

If you're a TRUE Better Call Saul fan, you may notice the line at the bottom of the t-shirt, saying "The Law Can Be Slippery, Let Saul Handle It." This is derived from Saul's earlier nickname of "Slippin' Jimmy," which was given to him based on the fact that he always messed up and got into trouble.

What do you think of the Better Call Saul t-shirt?



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