5. He does not Accept American Express
Saul may have built his entire career on doing whatever it takes to make a quick buck, when it comes to credit cards you better be packing Visa or Mastercard.
From “Better Call Saul,” Season 2: “After that we can discuss Visa or Mastercard, but definitely not American Express, so don’t even ask, alright? Any questions?”
4. He Once Told a Woman He was Kevin Costner
Saul lies for a living, but even this was a stretch – albeit a hilarious one!
From “Abiquiu,” Season 3: “If you’re committed enough, you can make any story work. I once told a woman I was Kevin Costner, and it worked because I believed it.”
3. He Has His Client’s Best Interest at Hand
After laundering his drug money with Saul for the first time, Walt is offered this piece of sage advice.
From “4 Days Out,” Season 2: “All right, $16,000 laundered at 75 cents on the dollar, minus my fee, which is 17%, comes out to $9,960. Congratulations, you’ve just left your family a second hand Subaru.”
2. He’s Not Who He Says He Is
Ever the businessman, Saul reveals that he changed his last name to Goodman because he thought it would land him more work. The jury’s still out on that.
From “Better Call Saul,” Season 2: “My real name’s McGill. The Jew thing I just do for the homeboys. They all want a pipe-hitting member of the tribe, so to speak.”
1. He May Have a Thing for Walt’s Wife
Never one to mince words, Saul gives this flirty remark upon his initial meeting with Skyler White.
From “One Minute,” Season 3: “Walter never told me how lucky he was. Clearly his taste in women is the same as his taste in lawyers: only the very best… with just a right amount of dirty!”