I just watched the finale of “Better Call Saul” — the “Breaking Bad” prequel that some critics rate even higher than the original. Many “Breaking Bad” fans consider this blasphemy, I know, but consider whether you’d rather spend time with Slippin’ Jimmy or Walter White.
The ending to “Better Call Saul” — I promise not to give too much away — is about redemption, which felt like an easy way out for America’s favorite con man, but was also a perfect ending to contrast with that of “Breaking Bad.”
I bring this up not as a TV critic, although I might give it a try if it were half as interesting as American politics, but as someone who has long studied the Cheneys, sequel and prequel.
The original, Dick Cheney, recently said this of Trump in a…
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