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Oh no, what are they doing? Oh no, oh my god, oh no. All right, this is a perfect example of sometimes the evidence just speaks for itself. This is awful and hilarious. Music, hey legal eagles! D James Stone here, teaching you how to think like a lawyer. Today we're gonna review Better Call Saul episode 1. This is really exciting for me because I loved Breaking Bad and the character of Saul Goodman was particularly good. because he gave such good legal advice. Of course, it was legal advice in the context of a drug-dealing psychopath, but still good legal advice nonetheless. Be sure to LIKE and subscribe to make sure that you never miss out on a future lawyer reacts. And of course, be sure to leave your comments in the form of an objection. I will either overrule or sustain your objections based on their legal merit. And of course, stay until the end when I give Better Call Saul episode 1 a grade for legal realism. So without further ado, let's dig right in - Better Call Saul episode 1. It's on, judge. Would use this voice? God, that is exactly what courtroom bathrooms look like. They're just out of the last century. They've got those weird push-up soap dispensers, just horribly dirty. Okay, this is, uh, this seems pretty accurate so far. And that's so funny because lawyers really do practice their opening and closing statements in the bathroom before they go into court. That is probably where you'll find most trial attorneys when court is about to start. All right, he gave himself a pep talk. Oh, to be 19 again. Okay, you can never just storm into the middle of the well, the area between counsel table and the judge. It does seem...