"Saul Goodman" = "It's all good, man"?
I'm not sure if it's been done before, but as I was rewatching Breaking Bad in preparation for Season 5 (totally unrelated to the other current thread) something occurred to me:
Since Saul Goodman's name is an alias anyway, do you think his character meant it to sound like "It's all good, man"? I don't know why I never picked up on it, it seems pretty obvious if you think about it, and totally fits with his whole cheesy lawyer ad, the constitution as wallpaper in his office, etc.
If he himself didn't intend it like that, do you think the writers of the show at least wanted to send a (subliminal) message about him?