Saul Goodman (played by Bob Odenkirk) is a criminal lawyer—that is, a lawyer who is a criminal. Dressed in flashy suits, Saul appears on low-budget TV commercials with the slogan, "Better call Saul!" He offers to get clients acquitted for their crimes or help them sue to make the most of wrongs they've suffered. His real surname is McGill, but he thinks his clients feel more confident with a Jewish lawyer. The moniker "Saul Goodman" is also homophonous with the expression "[it]'s all good, man". Behind the scenes, he maintains extensive connections within the criminal underworld, and serves as a go-between connecting drug distributors, evidence removers, impersonators, and other providers of illegal services with their clients. Despite his somewhat sleazy appearance, Saul is a highly competent lawyer, able to solve problems efficiently and find loopholes in order to protect his clients. He has served as an adviser for both Walt and Jesse during their conflicts with each other and Gus Fring, and has helped Skyler in her attempts to acquire a car wash in order to launder Walt's drug money.