Saul Goodman’s Death in ‘Better Call Saul’ Finale? All You Need to Know
Last season of ‘Call me Saul’ has been getting amazing responses from fans.
Better Call Saul has ended after six seasons, with a superb conclusion that finished up the saga of Jimmy McGill, portraying Saul Goodman. The character of Goodman is played by actor Bob Odenkirk.
A prequel and sequel to Breaking Bad, the show followed Walter White’s sleazy lawyer Goodman’s rise and collapse.
The ending, as usual, provided fans with enough to think about and left many viewers with more questions than answers.
Before the conclusion, the destiny of Goodman was naturally an important topic of debate, but what happens to the sleazy lawyer in the Better Call Saul finale? Does he die?
Is the Saul Goodman character genuinely dead?
If you haven’t watched the season yet, spoilers alert. The last season dealt with Goodman’s new character, Gene Takavic, the manager of a Cinnabon store in Nebraska, which he was compelled to acquire following the events of Breaking Bad.
The previous episodes raised the topic, “Is the Saul persona truly dead?”
What began as a very ordinary comedy series gradually developed as producer Vince Gilligan investigated what it took to become as evil as Walter White’s personal attorney. McGill transitioned from a wide-eyed, hopeful public defender to the unscrupulous ambulance chaser Goodman.
After spending many years on the run as Takavic, Goodman is ultimately apprehended and charged with an unending number of crimes for his role in the development of Walter White’s criminal enterprise in Breaking Bad.
And those of you who are wondering — No, McGill/Takavic/Goodman didn’t die in Better Call Saul. Instead, he is imprisoned in Nebraska and finally given an 86-year jail term.
McGill ultimately resolves to stand up to what he’s done so far and confess to his crimes after first convincing the prosecution to accept a settlement of merely seven and a half years.
The episode’s final moments show him adapting to his new life in jail, and while he’s not exactly thriving, things might be far worse.
However, if we’re talking symbolically, the identity of Goodman does die in the end. As he begins admitting everything in court, McGill eventually exclaims, “I’m Jimmy McGill,” signifying him finally removing the Goodman mask he’s been hiding behind this entire time and landing rest to the character of Goodman.
Fans’ reaction to the final season of ‘Better Call Saul’
The series’ final season has received a fantastic response from its viewers. Fans have taken to social media, specifically Twitter, to express their feelings.
On Twitter, a supporter of Better Call Saul remarked, “So, in a way, ‘Saul Goodman’ did die. I liked the ending.”
“Better Call Saul is one of the best shows ever,” said another fan. “And I’m glad to see Saul Goodman dead, so Jimmy could come back.”
“I don’t know whether this was intentional, but every key character in the Breaking Bad world all had distinct ends,” said one Twitter user of White, Pinkman, and Goodman’s individual fates. “Walter White passes away, Jesse Pinkman is released, and Saul Goodman is imprisoned.”
“That’s as near to a happy ending for Saul Goodman as we’re going to get,” commented one fan.
Is Teresa Giudice Pregnant? Behind the Pregnancy Rumors of ‘RHONJ’ Star
Is she pregnant or is it just rumors?!
Ever since Teresa Giudice started dating her second husband, Luis Ruelas, there have been rumors of her being pregnant with his child.
Teresa already has four children with her first husband, Giuseppe “Joe” Giudice. She started dating Ruelas after divorcing Joe in 2020.
They got engaged in October 2021 and officially married in August 2022. Pregnancy rumors have surrounded Guidice since 2020.
While The Real Housewives of New Jersey (RHONJ) star has constantly denied the rumors, the question never stops following her — ‘Is Teresa Giudice pregnant?’
Here is all we know about it.
Is Teresa Giudice Pregnant?
At the time of writing, it is unknown if Teresa is pregnant or not. Regardless of the pregnancy rumors, the RHONJ star has not confirmed nor denied the rumors at the time of writing.
But looking at her social media, it seems like she is not pregnant at the moment. Her most recent post on Instagram was on May 30, 2023, where she wore a bikini and showed off her body in Puerto Rico.
She did not look pregnant, as she did not have a baby bump in the photo. Therefore, it is possible that she is not pregnant at the moment.
It seems like Teresa Giudice is not pregnant at the moment. (Source: Instagram)
This is not the first time pregnancy rumors have surrounded the reality TV star. Back in November 2021, fans suspected that Teresa was expecting after she uploaded a picture with Ruelas.
Ruelas was cradling Teresa’s midriff, leading people to believe that the RHONJ star was pregnant. However, she was not expecting a baby, and it was mere speculation of her fans and followers.
Teresa Giudice’s children
Teresa shares four children with her former husband, Joe. Teresa and Joe married in 1999 and divorced after 20 years of marriage in 2020.
Throughout their marriage, the pair had four daughters — Gia, Gabriella, Milania, and Audriana. Gia was born on January 8, 2001, Gabriella on October 4, 2004, Milania on February 2, 2006, and Audriana on September 14, 2009.
Gia was eight years old when RHONJ debuted, and she has been in front of the cameras ever since. She is most known for a viral clip that has been making rounds on TikTok since 2020.
Gia, aged 10, sang an original song for her family about the challenges her mother and uncle were dealing with at the time in season 3. Years later, the video emerged on TikTok, and the lyrics, “waking up in the morning, thinking about so many things,” became viral.
Gia is a recent Rutgers University graduate who studied criminal justice and hopes to become a lawyer. After graduating from Rutgers in May 2023, Teresa posted about the milestone on Instagram.
She wrote, “I am so proud of my devoted and intelligent daughter, Gia, for graduating [from] a stellar university, a huge milestone to accomplish in life. Seeing you graduate college is one of the most special moments in my life.”
Gabriella, Teresa’s second daughter, appears to be more private than the rest of her family since she lacks a prominent social media presence. Teresa told PEOPLE in 2016 that her then-11-year-old daughter aspired to be a professional football player or a model.
Years later, Teresa told The Daily Dish that Gabriella was looking at universities before her final year of high school.
It seems like Milania, Teresa’s third daughter, will be following in her mother’s footsteps into the entertainment industry. When she was just 10 years old, Milania was interviewed by PEOPLE in 2016.
At the time, Milania said she and her friend had always wanted to be actresses and make YouTube videos. The same year, she walked the runway at New York Fashion Week.
In 2019, she released her debut single, ‘I Just Can’t Wait to Grow Up.’ The RHONJ star talked about the song and gushed, “I think the song is so catchy! I really think it’s going to be a No. 1!,” in an episode of RHONJ.
At the time of writing, Audriana is 13 years old, and not much is known about her. She suffered greatly when her father was imprisoned and eventually deported to Italy.
Teresa and Gia said in 2019 that Audriana, then nine years old, was tormented and bullied at school because of her father. Talking about Audriana’s interests, she is a competitive dancer and is interested in the entertainment industry.
Teresa said of her daughter, “She likes the cameras too. And Audriana was born in front of the cameras.”
Alexa Demie to Reprise Her ‘Euphoria’ Role in Sam Levinson’s ‘The Idol’
Maddy Perez in ‘The Idol’!
After much controversy and talk about The Idol, its first two episodes finally premiered at the 76th Cannes Film Festival on May 22, 2023.
Directed by Sam Levinson, The Idol follows Jocelyn (Lily-Rose Depp), an aspiring pop idol who wishes to reclaim her fame. After having a nervous breakdown that caused her last tour to be canceled, she resolves to reclaim her title as America’s sexiest pop star.
As a result, she begins a complicated relationship with Tedros (Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye), a self-help guru and the leader of a contemporary cult. Much information about the show was revealed after the premiere.
Alexa Demie will make a cameo as Maddy Perez from ‘Euphoria’ in HBO’s new show ‘The Idol.’ pic.twitter.com/zunCaRPFYB— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) May 23, 2023
One of them is Alexa Demie making a cameo on the show by reprising her role as Maddy Perez from Euphoria.
Alexa Demie as Maddy Perez in ‘The Idol’
Levinson is the mastermind behind Euphoria since he created and wrote the series. Euphoria follows a group of teens in the fictional town of East Highland, California, as they search for optimism while dealing with the stresses of love, grief, and addiction.
Some of the issues discussed on Euphoria are the same as that of The Idol like drug abuse, social media, toxic relationships, drug dealing, codependency, toxic positivity, rape, sexual assault, hookup culture, and dating violence, among others.
Therefore, it is not a surprise that Levinson wants to create his own universe like that of Marvel and DC. After it was confirmed that Demie’s character, Perez, would appear on the show, Levinson revealed that Euphoria and The Idol happen in the same universe.
Sam Levinson confirmed at Cannes that ‘Euphoria’ and ‘The Idol’ take place in the same universe. pic.twitter.com/T9GpqgtgV7— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) May 23, 2023
Demie appears in The Idol as a woman at the club where Jocelyn and Tedros first meet. Despite the fact that she plays a minor role in the plot, it will be a memorable throwback for Euphoria fans who may be watching this series anticipating something similar.
Unfortunately, not much information regarding her cameo or the role her character plays in the tale has been provided. She may return in the later half of the program, but viewers must wait until the season premieres to find out.
Demie plays the role of Perez in Euphoria and likely The Idol. She is recognized for her outspoken and confident demeanor, and she is generally considered self-assured and fearless to express herself.
Alexa Demie will reprise her role as Maddy Perez in ‘The Idol.’ (Source: Twitter)
Perez is said to have a strong sense of style and is frequently spotted wearing beautiful and bold clothing. She has a complicated and turbulent relationship with her boyfriend, Nate Jacobs (Jacob Elordi), who is also a significant character in the series.
Their relationship has ups and downs, including episodes of manipulation, deception, and violence. Despite their difficulties, Perez stays emotionally involved in their relationship.
Perez is shown as a devoted friend who is frequently seen supporting her small group of friends, particularly the main character, Rue Bennett (Zendaya). She is also renowned for her fiery attitude and often combative demeanor.
maddy perez in the idol??? queen is back pic.twitter.com/h4gB2wWlfS— alexa demie archive (@archivedemie) May 23, 2023
Overall, Perez, a character of enormous depth in the highly acclaimed television series, emerges as a fascinating combination of confidence and vulnerability. She is portrayed with complexity and depth and captivates spectators with her bold approach, unusual style, and turbulent relationships.
The reviews of ‘The Idol’
Ever since its premiere, The Idol is receiving negative reviews, to say the least. Before the premiere, Rolling Stone ran an expose on the series in March 2023.
According to the article, the initial tone and subject of the screenplay had altered, and instead of being focused on a woman’s quest to restore her own agency, it had allegedly devolved into a demeaning narrative bordering on torture porn.
Moreover, there were some really troublesome occurrences on-site. However, The Weeknd and Depp defended the show and Levinson.
Lots of strong reactions to #TheIdol out of #Cannes2023 — ranging from “I hated it” to “the TV version of clickbait” to “I don’t need to see any more of Lily-Rose Depp naked.”— Ramin Setoodeh (@RaminSetoodeh) May 22, 2023
Levinson was also criticized for his view. Many complained that he oversexualizes and victimizes the female characters in his shows — as evident in Euphoria.
Regardless, people were giving it the benefit of the doubt. But now, after the premiere of two episodes, the critics are being brutally honest about the show.
Critics are not happy with the presentation of the show, claiming that it is extremely sexualized. They noted that The Idol supports male fantasy which degrades women.
With a 9% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and only one positive review, ‘THE IDOL’ is the lowest rated HBO original of all time. pic.twitter.com/QCHWBI7pHu— One Take News (@OneTakeNews) May 24, 2023
The series has also been called misogynistic and predatory in nature. Initially, The Idol debuted with 20% on Tomatometer of Rotten Tomatoes.
But at the time of writing, it has 9% on Tomatometer with 11 reviews. The critics’ consensus reads, “Every bit as florid and sleazy as the industry it seeks to satirize, The Idol places itself on a pedestal with unbridled style but wilts under the spotlight.”
Looking at the decrease in Tomatometer, it won’t be a surprise if it decreases more from 9% after more reviews come in.
TikTok’s Top 5 Most-Liked Videos – Unforgettable Viral Moments
Discover the most popular video on TikTok.
TikTok has grown into a vast platform with countless creators, where having just one viral video is no longer adequate—achieving a place on the top of the viral list has become the ultimate goal.
TikTok has become a hub for creators who leverage trendy and entertaining dance videos to captivate users’ attention. It has propelled many stars like Dixie D’Amelio, Khaby Lame, Addison Rae, and Bella Poarch to celebrity status, catapulting them to immense popularity.
As numerous individuals have witnessed others grow in popularity through TikTok, a strong desire to achieve virality on the platform has emerged among many aspiring creators.
Curious about the most-liked TikTok videos of all time? Keep reading to discover which TikTok creators secured a spot in the top 5 with their highly popular videos.
1. Bella Poarch lip sync to ‘M to the B’ (61.1 million likes)
The most-liked TikTok video of all time features Poarch, who gained popularity by lipsyncing to the song ‘M to the B’ by British rapper Millie B. She posted the video in August 2020.
This iconic TikTok video went viral as the social media personality captivated viewers with her adorable expressions and synchronized head bobs to the beats of the song. To add to its appeal, she utilized TikTok’s body zoom and focus filters, which further enhanced the visual impact of the video.
As a result, not only did her charming performance gain immense popularity, but the creative use of the app’s filters also became a viral trend in its own right.
2. Jamie Big Sorrel Horse’s ‘Say It Right’ Dance (51.8 million likes)
In 2022, a TikTok video featuring Native American creator Jamie Big Sorrel Horse became a sensation without relying on complicated narratives or props.
The video captured a random and relatable moment where Big Sorrel Horse casually danced at home to a remix of Nelly Furtado’s ‘Say It Right’. This authentic and spontaneous display resonated with viewers, causing the video to go viral.
Due to its simplicity and ease of recreation, numerous creators hopped on the bandwagon to make their versions of the viral video.
3. Franek Bielak’s ‘Lips’ art drawing (51.5 million likes)
At the age of just 16, artist Bielak secured a place on the prestigious most-liked TikTok list through his remarkable artwork.
In a captivating TikTok video, Bielak showcased the entire 23-hour process of creating his masterpiece. Inspired by a TikTok featuring a live human lip, he brilliantly conceptualized the idea of painting different fruits within the shape of lips.
This artistic TikTok captivated viewers and quickly went viral, accumulating over 50 million likes to date.
4. Nick Luciano’s parody video (49.8 million likes)
Luciano struck gold when he recreated a hilarious video originally posted by @kaylavoid and shared it himself, syncing it to the trendy tune ‘SugarCrash!’ by ElyOtto.
This brilliant video quickly caught fire and amassed a staggering 20 million likes in just three days.
5. David Allen’s ‘Stay’ dance video (45 million likes)
Drone photographer Allen, known as @totouchanemu, joined the trend of dancing to Justin Bieber and The Kid LAROI’s hit song ‘Stay,’ but with his unique twist.
He skillfully utilized his drone to capture a captivating 360° video, flawlessly showcasing his dance moves from every angle. His creative approach to the trend captivated viewers and showcased his talent as both a dancer and a drone photographer.
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