The final episode of AMC's Breaking Bad spin-off, Better Call Saul, is currently enjoying an overwhelmingly high rating courtesy of imdb users.
A Twitter account called @odenhead recently pointed out that the finale, "Saul Gone," currently has one of the highest ratings of any TV episode (period) on IMDb. Astoundingly, the episode has accrued (at press time) a score of 9.9, with almost 30k ratings. As the user also aptly notes, there isn't a single episode of Better Call Saul with a score lower than 8.0, which makes this accomplishment especially notable.
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Despite its surface appearance as a joyous if trite ritual, the birthday party has been known to cause a great deal of social and psychological headaches. Often involving a culmination of the most important people in a person’s life, the event is naturally a treacherous hotspot where bubbling tensions finally boil over. More than that, though, birthday parties are finite markers that locate a person in their own life.
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