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'Better Call Saul' finale: Message of that smoke on the water
'Better Call Saul' finale: Message of that smoke on the water

There was no carnage or cliffhanger in the first season finale of "Better Call Saul," the spinoff of "Breaking Bad" tracing the ups and downs of shady attorney Jimmy McGill, who will eventually transform into strip mall lawyer Saul Goodman. As the episode "Marco" closed, McGill was humming the "Deep Purple" classic "Smoke on the Water" with a mysterious smile on his face — a smile that spoke volumes about how he learned during the course of the season that doing the right thing may not always be the right thing. Peter Gould, who created the series along with "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan, spoke this week about...

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