"The only way that entire car's worth $500 is if there's a $300 hooker sitting in it!"
Years before Saul Goodman, wait, no, sorry, Jimmy McGill, did business with meth-cooking, cancer-ridden, ex-high school chemistry teacher, Walter White, he was a public defender. We don't want to give away any other details for those who haven't seen the "Breaking Bad" prequel, "Better Call Saul," which premiered just the other night, but we'll tell you all this: watch it. It's awesome. It may have just become our new favorite show.
Jimmy McGill still has a way to go before becoming that slick ambulance-chasing scumbag lawyer we all know and love as Saul Goodman, with a solution, typically an illegal one, to everything. So there's no way McGill could drive Goodman's Cadillac DeVille, a car that represents a level of prestige, but not necessarily dignity (we're talking about Saul Goodman here). A 1998 Suzuki Esteem is more appropriate for McGill at this stage in his career. It's a complete piece of shit.