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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 05, 2022

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Better Call Saul

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While “Better Call Saul” may share an Old Testament-influenced examination of morality and reckoning with its predecessor “Breaking Bad,” as the former’s series finale “Saul Gone,” suggests, just because Jimmy has molded himself into Saul doesn’t mean he has lost the capacity to catch up with who he could be.
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While “Better Call Saul” may share an Old Testament-influenced examination of morality and reckoning with its predecessor “Breaking Bad,” as the former’s series finale “Saul Gone,” suggests, just because Jimmy has molded himself into Saul doesn’t mean he has lost the capacity to catch up with who he could be.
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Though Far Cry 6 is the best entry in years, it lacks the risk-taking edge of Far Cry 3, instead offering a more polished, visually stunning iteration of the template, with more of the same stupid, chaotic fun.
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Though Far Cry 6 is the best entry in years, it lacks the risk-taking edge of Far Cry 3, instead offering a more polished, visually stunning iteration of the template, with more of the same stupid, chaotic fun.
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With Taylor-Joy’s gazing eyes and sharp wits pounding through the screen, the audience is transported to the front row of her countless intense chess matches. If you ever thought chess was boring, “The Queen’s Gambit” will surely convince you otherwise.
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With Taylor-Joy’s gazing eyes and sharp wits pounding through the screen, the audience is transported to the front row of her countless intense chess matches. If you ever thought chess was boring, “The Queen’s Gambit” will surely convince you otherwise.
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The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences will likely be handing out awards to some long-deserving titles formerly overlooked in the era of “Game of Thrones” and “Veep.”
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The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences will likely be handing out awards to some long-deserving titles formerly overlooked in the era of “Game of Thrones” and “Veep.”
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If there is one snub of this year’s Emmys season that is completely inexplicable, it’s the lack of nomination for Rhea Seehorn for her portrayal of Kim Wexler on “Better Call Saul.” 
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If there is one snub of this year’s Emmys season that is completely inexplicable, it’s the lack of nomination for Rhea Seehorn for her portrayal of Kim Wexler on “Better Call Saul.” 
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As we not-so-patiently wait for the show’s final season, here’s a playlist to remind us of how much we love “Better Call Saul.”
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As we not-so-patiently wait for the show’s final season, here’s a playlist to remind us of how much we love “Better Call Saul.”
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Although it’s technically a prequel, “Better Call Saul” works without prior knowledge of “Breaking Bad.”
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Although it’s technically a prequel, “Better Call Saul” works without prior knowledge of “Breaking Bad.”
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What has become readily clear is that audiences are becoming more and more committed to shows that reflect the tone-shifts that reality does
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What has become readily clear is that audiences are becoming more and more committed to shows that reflect the tone-shifts that reality does
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Whether on our laptops or in our living rooms, television has always been a space of escape, in which our ideologies are reflected back to us.
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Whether on our laptops or in our living rooms, television has always been a space of escape, in which our ideologies are reflected back to us.
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