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It only takes a minute to sign up. So far, the only resource I've found that corroborates this is Urban Dictionary , which isn't very reassuring. Did this expression exist before the show? Is this a common American expression? For that matter, is this a common prank? And what is it called, if not "a simple Chicago sunroof"? Then came the finale. And the reveal. During what can only be referred to as a full-on bingo meltdown.
Your beloved team of feverish Saulers — Sean Daly , Michelle Stark and Chris Tisch — have mixed emotions about the finale, titled "Marco," which didn't exactly pay off with a heavy cliffhanger or a return to Omaha and Cinnabon or a nice tasty Breaking Bad reference to make us all pant. Kind of meh, frankly. After building a lot of momentum up to this point, I thought this last episide just kind of treaded water. Jimmy goes back to old times, lives his old life for a bit, loses his friend and returns even a little bit more motivated than before. Where was the kicker, the holy cow moment? I just didn't see it. In the light of day, I appreciate what Peter Gould — the Breaking Bad writer who created the Saul character and wrote and direct this finale — is trying to do. Each week, Jimmy becomes more real.
In the third episode of Better Call Saul , a flashback to Jimmy McGill's days as a street hustler introduced us to a phrase we've been desperate to define since: "Chicago sunroof. But what is a "Chicago sunroof," we wondered for weeks. The answer came on Monday in the show's season finale. A "Chicago sunroof," it turns out, is the act of taking a shit in someone's open sunroof. As Jimmy says while hosting Bingo:. And this will give you an idea of exactly what kind of a douchebag this guy was Drove a white pearlescent BMW 7 series with white leather interior. I'd had a few, like I said. And, uh