Jimmy persuades Tuco Salamanca to spare the twins. This one might be a stretch, but during his Bingo-interrupting rant about about Albuquerque, Jimmy calls the town "a soulless, radioactive Georgia O'Keeffe hellscape." Saul visits Jesse at the hospital after the latter is brutally attacked by Hank in retaliation of their ruse to lure Hank away from the junkyard. Then at the beginning of the spin-off series Better Call Saul, you see Saul … Windshields break In a sense, the same tracks that brought Mike to Albuquerque are what got him killed. ("Fifi"), After waiting for Chuck to complete his legal preparation prior to the Mesa Verde hearing, Jimmy quietly restores the original documents after his brother departs to present the permit request. ("Better Call Saul: Client Development") With his information, Saul pays an unexpected visit to Walt in his classroom, chiding him for being so easy to locate. As Jimmy begins to walk into the meeting that would propel his law career, the ring repels him. Gale Boetticher lived on Juan Tabo Avenue and the insurance scamming twins followed Tuco's abuelita on Juan Tabo Avenue. This triggers a sudden and acidic tirade from Chuck as he vents all of his frustrations about Jimmy and how he never should have tried to help him. ("Rebecca"). His daughter-in-law references it. "Granite State" Saul tears open the "We the People" wallpaper behind his desk and takes out his shoe box, which he places inside his luggage. At his home, Ted returns Skyler's money to her because paying off the IRS with Walt's gambling winnings "feels wrong" and in any case won't solve Ted's other money woes. After picking Saul up, Ed starts the process of setting him up with a new identity in Nebraska, to Saul's obvious displeasure. Ed states that the pickup will be in the same place he got dropped off on Thursday at 7:00am and Gene remembers the location. Saul is the only character to meet all main characters. The funny thing is that Saul Goodman isn't so much an alter ego as it is the real Jimmy. He takes whatever cases he can get, including low paid public defender work. Throughout the series, though, Mike never revealed his history of chemical dependency. He returns to the office to give the good news to Kim. However, Walt refuses. When Chuck and Howard outmaneuver Kim to retain Mesa Verde for themselves, an outraged Jimmy springs into action. Beginning to become fed up with D&M's enslavement to policy over productivity, he begins preparations for departure and begins sleeping in his old office at the nail salon, which he still has kept under lease. Around The Web. Jimmy is also spiteful as well as seen when he deliberately revealed his brother's mental illness to an insurance company for revenge for his actions and this would eventually be the one of the primary catalysts leading to his brother's tragic suicide. Instead, they threaten him with a switchblade, causing Jimmy to run. While watching the draining soap suds from washing Holly's baby bottles, Skyler is struck by an idea and calls Saul. Following Gale Boetticher's murder, Walt and Jesse are taken to the superlab and held there by Mike and Victor until Gus Fring arrives to deal with the situation. When the driver takes too long at a green light, a paranoid Gene decides to get out of the taxi early and heads towards a church, noticing that the taxi has not moved since he left it. Later, Jesse admits that Saul told him that Walt "took care" of Mike's men in prison ("Gliding Over All"). ("Wiedersehen"), As part of a scheme to seem sincere about Chuck's death, Jimmy makes a point of openly grieving at Chuck's grave on the one-year anniversary of his death. At the hospital where Brock is being treated, two Albuquerque Police Department detectives then approach Jesse and summon him to police headquarters to question him about his theory that Brock might have ricin poisoning, which the boy's doctors think might actually be the case. Regardless however Jimmy openly blames Howard solely for killing Chuck despite his own involvement, showing that he is extremely ignorant and unwilling to confront his own guilt. Q & A. Such is the life of a man living outside the law. At some early age Pablo Picasso made his first painting and Stephen Curry took his first jumpshot. Kim is intrigued, but initially disagrees— she is not prepared to risk her career with Jimmy being the kind of lawyer he is. Social life Jimmy meanwhile tries to make amends with Chuck, but Chuck coldly cuts ties. There, Jimmy befriends Kim Wexler, an HHM employee who is attending law school. Spoilers ahead. However, Chuck deduces exactly what Jimmy has done and openly accuses him when Jimmy and Kim come to pick up the files. First, go back to season one of Breaking Bad. Tracking down the Kettlemans, Jimmy persuades them to return home, but accepts a $30,000 payment from them as both a "retainer" and a bribe for keeping quiet about their stolen money. Kim and Richard appear to be uncomfortable, and it causes tension between Jimmy and Kim on the drive home. Walt tells Saul to make the call in an hour ("Crawl Space"). Forced to leave early when Walt comes home, Mike witnesses the Cousins entering with an axe, and quickly places a call to Gus to call them off. Jimmy suppresses his feelings of anger and betrayal in front of Kim, but later drives to Chuck's house, breaks in, berates him, and destroys the tape. In another one of his scams, Jimmy (using his future alias "Saul Goodman") worked with his close friend Marco Pasternak to trick others into trading cash for fake Rolex watches ("Hero"). I'm pretty sure we saw it in "Pimento." Jimmy counsels against it, but Kim makes use of a similar finger-pointing gesture Jimmy previously used after he was reinstated, indicating she is serious about undermining Howard, which stuns Jimmy. The two reveal that Gus' men have recovered all of the bodies except for Tiburón who died out in the middle of nowhere and can't be found. Speaking of Marco, the pinky ring we knew Saul to wear throughout Breaking Bad came from the late conman. Ira tells him to contact him again using a new phone if he has another job. When confronted by Kim over his new lifestyle, Jimmy persuades her to try it out. Sound familiar? ("Something Unforgivable"). Mike and Nacho, on opposite sides in "Pimento," will be on opposite sides forever. His brother Chuck, who we've only seen as a recluse handicapped by a fear of electronics, has more hair, so we know he's younger. He then talks to Mike at his booth, wondering why they gave back the Kettlemans' money earlier. Returning her call by payphone, Saul lies and assures her Walt is fine. ET. Walt bridles at that, backing Saul into a corner of the office. Such is Saul, who operates out of a strip mall office and runs late night TV ads advising potential clients they'd "Better Call Saul" when in trouble with the law. Always prepared, Mike knew who he was dealing with before riding out to the desert with the Mr. Bunsen-lookalike who called himself Price. In due time. During the meeting, Howard agrees to take the case but refuses to hire Jimmy, who angrily turns down the deal and leaves. 2004 Saul later tries to convince Jesse into buying a property to launder his money earned selling drugs, but Jesse declines the offer ("Kafkaesque"). First At the courthouse during his PPD check-in, Jimmy lies about associating with criminals and then decides that he will get his law license back and be a damn good lawyer. At night, Jimmy finds the three youths who mugged him and offers to cut them in on his business in return for leaving him alone. His former colleagues reference it. In the wake of the Wayfarer Flight 515 aerial disaster, Saul began organizing a class-action lawsuit for victims of the crash. Jimmy reluctantly agreed and subsequently got off due to Chuck's intervention. Despite all his flaws, Mike is at least a doting grandfather. Maybe the appearances of two characters central to Breaking Bad aren't so much callbacks as indications that Albuquerque is a small town. Pulling himself together, Hank greets his DEA ABQ colleagues with an enthusiastic "Honey, I'm home!" Jimmy becomes inspired and returns to CC Mobile where he starts an advertizing campaign by painting "IS THE MAN LISTENING? After successfully selling the thirty-eight pounds to Saul's contact, Walt complains that he cannot make use of the money. For his part, Saul was able to leave home, just as he did when he was called Jimmy and he left Illinois. ("Mabel"), While Jimmy and Kim work on hiring a new paralegal, Mike calls Jimmy and has him watch the man Mike tailed as he has breakfast in the restaurant. For years Jimmy worked to impress Chuck, rising from mailroom clerk to lawyer. Or should that be future times? They let Mike in and he lays down ground rules: He runs the business, Walt and Jesse cover production. "Better Call Saul" Despite his hatred of Howard and the likelihood they can pull such as scam off, Jimmy advocates against it out of concern for Howard and Kim and is shown to be visibly shocked that Kim is dead serious about doing it, a similar occurrence to his own behavior at the end of Season 4. Saul takes the team on a tour of potential new lab venues, but Walt, Jesse, and Mike nix them all, spotting logistical problems with each. In the context of this episode, and Better Call Saul in general, the arc of the office was brief and simple. ("Pimento") He hands the case over to HHM, apologizing to Howard. He searches Sandpiper's dumpsters and collects shredded documents as evidence ("RICO"). After Jeff and his friend leave, Gene calls Ed Galbraith from a payphone for another extraction. Saul also began wearing the Wayfarer 515 blue ribbon to show his support for the air crash victims. After finishing a cook, a laundry truck drops off Jesse at his car, which he now parks in the desert to avoid arousing DEA suspicion. Kim, still angered by Howard's comments, proposes a forced resolution of the Sandpiper case by sabotaging Howard, which would enable Jimmy to receive his seven-figure share of the settlement. That said, familiarity with Breaking Bad makes Better Call Saul better by turning it into a treasure hunt for satisfying callbacks. Saul gives Mike a fake address to keep him away for some hours and then drives Walt to meet Jesse at the arcade. Last When Mike needs help with a gunshot wound in "Five-O," he doesn't go to a normal hospital; he goes to a vet. In this week's episode, we see the stunt pay off. Walt refuses and angrily rebukes Saul for even thinking of that. Jimmy thanks his friend, who only will say that he simply misses being back in the mail room, before walking away. Age Saul then informs Ted that his long-lost "Great Aunt Birgit" from Luxembourg has left him $621,552.33—almost precisely the amount of his debt to the I.R.S., obstensibly a coincidence that Ted seemingly doesn't realize. He begins helping out at retirement homes, where he helps pass out meals (which are stamped with his contact information and ads), hosts bingo games, and slowly builds a growing clientele. Are the connections between Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul that we've been pointing out always intentional? Later on, Saul gives Walt a tutorial on money laundering. However by the fourth season of Better Call Saul, Jimmy is shown to be even more cruel and non-caring as he shows barely any remorse for his older brother's tragic suicide, despite the fact that he is partly responsible and happily allows Howard to feel all the guilt over the situation; in a way following his brother's advice to no longer feel remorse for his actions and embrace who he is. Jesse eventually attacks the dealers against Gus' orders, and Walt saves Jesse's life by killing both dealers. Jimmy also ran an illicit ID forgery business in high school ("Nailed"). Enjoy your hunting. Afterwards, while he and Kim celebrate, Rebecca asks Jimmy to help with Chuck, who has shuttered himself in his home, but Jimmy refuses, no longer calling Chuck his brother. Even though he refuses to admit it, it is also readily apparent that Jimmy is internally torn up over his brother's suicide which Howard is able to recognize and is thus the primary reason for why Jimmy chooses to harass Howard who has evidently moved on from Chuck's death while Jimmy hasn't. That night, Jesse and Walt don their ski masks, kidnap Saul, and haul him to a freshly dug shallow grave in a desert wasteland. Jimmy goes back to the hotel, packs their possessions, and informs Kim when he gets back. Saul succeeds in drawing Tiburón's attention, allowing Mike to kill him with a sniper rifle. Walt assures him that Jesse is not on a killing spree and everything is going to be fine ("To'hajiilee"). Initially, it was kind of surprising to see Mike behind the Kettleman ranch about to execute a classic Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman scheme, but before long it felt familiar. Any chance the cake Jimmy got after passing the bar came from the same bakery as the cake Steve Gomez got to honor his departure to El Paso? Thrusting the ricin cigarette at him, Saul tells Walt that their business relationship is done. ("Something Beautiful"), Jimmy is offered a job as a shift supervisor at CC Mobile, but he turns it down. On his first gig as a freelance member of the Albuquerque underworld, Mike Ehrmantraut is exceedingly workmanlike. In an interview with Hank, Badger describes Heisenberg as an older bald man. Or are they Saulforwards? Jesse and Mike are ready to dismiss the final venue, Vamanos Pests, but Walt demurs, declaring, "It's perfect." Saul became a trusted consigliere to Walt, helping launder drug money for Walt and, later, his wife Skyler. He tells them he knows they're responsible, they drive him out and plan to kill him, but he's trapped them and does them in. Some days later, Combo is shot dead while dealing in rival territory. Saul then calls Walt to inform him of the situation, and after a conversation with Walt, Jesse is saddened and guilt-ridden but nonetheless comes to terms with Saul's reasoning. While his ads seemed tacky and cheap, Saul was an effective lawyer, using illegal tactics and dirty schemes to get his clients released or acquitted. Same rant, better reference. Saul Goodman (aka Saul McGill) has been sporting a blue ribbon as far back as Season 3 of Breaking Bad. Jimmy is invited to a party with Kim at S&C where he takes over and becomes the life of the party. "Better Call Saul" is the eighth episode of the second season of the American television drama series Breaking Bad. ("Buried"). Their reasons were different, but Walt and Jimmy both had a chance to better their situations, financial and otherwise, and both turned them down. She becomes furious with Jimmy, and refuses any offers of help in restoring her good graces with HHM. He won't be able to pay the income tax bill in full—and clearly wasn't going to do so anyway ("Salud"). Saul proposing ways of getting Bogdan to give up the car wash ("Open House"). Though Saul does not appear in El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, Ed refers to him when Jesse attempts to persuade Ed to help him leave Albuquerque and begin a new life. blurts Saul, pointing out that any for hire assailant would likely know Mike, and have to outmaneuver him. Date of birth Status The detective tracks the individual down at his residence, and later place of work, J. P. Wynne High School, by posing as the grandfather of a student. "It's over," Saul says, and he sets off to Nebraska to start his new life ("Granite State"). Saul Goodman continues to wear them through the end of the series. In "Rico," though, Nebraska is Jimmy's savior, because the company Sandpiper Crossing is using to help defraud residents is in the Cornhusker state. When Hank discovers that Walt was Heisenberg the entire time, Walt goes to Saul's office so they can discuss what to do with this problem. Which is worse? He is completely focused on his own interests and is willing to ruin people's lives in the pursuit of his interests. After doing just that, Jimmy is assured by Chuck that he will be fine. 5 years ago. Two masked men, one of whom is Huell Babineaux, bust the piñatas while Jimmy warns them about ripping him off again. "No shit," Saul replies. Kim asks him if he still wants to be a lawyer. In Better Call Saul, we've already seen Mike show off his brains. Regardless however, Jimmy is vain, arrogant and selfish. Alive We know Tuco will be dead and how he dies in Breaking Bad. He worked crappy public defender cases, he made out wills, and eventually, he busted his ass to create an enormous class action lawsuit. Nobody. All Jimmy could manage was a quivering, "Did she say anything?" Saul lies to Kim about his experiences and directs her to the money, but she discovers the truth after finding his coffee mug in the bag with a bullet hole through it. But those who watched him muscle his way through four seasons of Breaking Bad know the ferocity behind that perma-scowl. Afterward, Saul tells Mike that the TRO won't hold up long, and Hank will be back on his tail with a vengeance within twenty-four hours. Jimmy and Kim reconcile and the next morning Kim compliments him on his genius idea with the phones, while Jimmy tells her that it was her idea in the first place. Despite this, Jimmy felt enough remorse to repair his mistake with his client by purposefully exposing his actions in a way that repaired the woman's friendships and presumably destroyed all of his own credibility with his clients in the process. After abandoning his life in New Mexico and becoming a cinnabon manger in Omaha, Nebraska under the alias Gene Takavic, he is shown to be a shell of the man he once was, living in complete fear of being exposed and arrested for his many crimes and is shown to be devastated over the loss of his former life, often watching old videos of his commercials and weeping throughout them. "Better Call Saul" inhabits the same sad Albuquerque underground as "Breaking Bad," so it's natural that characters in the AMC shows would overlap. This is reinforced in the, Saul Goodman is also the name of one of the main characters in, Saul Goodman is the only main character to survive. Jimmy also reveals that he has no intention to practice law under his own name, and requests legal accreditation for a new identity to the clerk who asks him to sign some paperwork. As Breaking Bad taught us, that's what meth users in ABQ look like. Jimmy stages a "slip and fall" con, intentionally slipping on a drum stick and injuring himself in the process. Kim berates Lalo for his lack of trust, in both Saul and his own people and Lalo leaves, apparently satisfied. Walt rejects the idea, and they're stuck at an impasse ("Bullet Points"). Jimmy learns HHM is going through a bad spell, and admonishes Howard for wallowing and not fighting. If you're familiar with Breaking Bad, you know that's a good thing. I would love to go there but let's face it, that's never going to happen." Lalo gives Saul instructions on where to collect the money, but Saul refuses until Lalo agrees to pay him $100,000 in exchange. Several days later, after Heisenberg's real identity is finally exposed and Walt is on the run as one of the most wanted criminals in the country, Saul prepares to leave town and his life behind. Continuing their arduous journey through the desert, Saul eventually gets a signal and calls a worried Kim. 2001 Walt has the right product but not the right connections and strategy, which Saul can provide. They can hide in plain sight. Lalo dies in the Wayfarer 515 collision. When Jane Margolis dies, Saul sends one of his associates, Mike Ehrmantraut, to clean up her apartment from any evidence linking her and Jesse with the use of drugs. Nothing, is my guess. PS. Later, tending to his errand, Mike visits the DEA offices with Saul. He's even packed a brown paper bag with a pimento sandwich. Join Discussion ⇤ Back. But that wasn't enough for Chuck, who never looked at his brother without seeing the slimy con artist he used to be. Given his destruction of that poor door at the end of "Bingo," it seems a safe assumption that Jimmy isn't going to get to move out of the nail salon as quickly as he wanted. Better Call Saul is a mostly dramedy spinoff of AMC’s insanely popular drama, Breaking Bad, starring ne’er-do-well but whip-smart lawyer to the worst of Albuquerque, Saul Goodman (a.k.a. Judge Munsinger demands the case be settled without a circus. Mike tells him he's not allowed to know this information, but still reveals that Lalo will be assassinated that night. He tells Bogdan that he must replace his entire wastewater treatment system, and the state requires he cease operations until it's back up to code. It'll cost at least half a million dollars, says Saul, and everyone must be packed and ready before Walt makes the call ("Crawl Space"). Although originally reluctant, Chuck agreed to help after Jimmy admitted that, if he didn't get out of his situation, his life would be over. Boom. Jimmy talks with Kim outside of Wexler-McGill and informs her that he can avoid jail time, but will have to confess to his felony break-in and submit his confession to the New Mexico Bar Association, which will likely result in disbarment. Eventually, however, Walt's criminal secrets were discovered by his brother-in-law, DEA agent Hank Schrader, and despite attempts to protect him from arrest and Jesse's wrath after discovering Walt's poisoning of Brock, Saul was forced to abandon his life as a criminal lawyer. Comment. After leaving Ted's house, Skyler calls Saul. In spite of this, it is gradually revealed that Jimmy is truly more conman than a lawyer, and throughout the series, it is shown that Jimmy has been a crook from an early age, in which he stole from his kind father's corner store, eventually resulting in it's bankruptcy and his father's death and engaged in multiple con games in order to steal money from unsuspecting victims. In order to secure the Sandpiper settlement, Jimmy pulls a series of cons and social manipulations to trick Irene into thinking that holding out on the Sandpiper settlement is against the interests of her fellow elderly clients and she moves to accept it, giving Jimmy his much needed fee. He was married at one point, but divorced his wife when she cheated on him with a guy named Chet, who happened to owe Jimmy money. Gene questions if anyone has been looking for him or hanging around and brushes off Holly's concerns. The 15 Best Movies That Didn't Win Oscars, The Man Who Dresses the NBA Will Now Be Dressing You. Walt later introduces Skyler to Saul as they have a meeting in Saul's office trying to think in a scheme to launder their money. In the show's parlance, sending someone to Belize is a euphemism for killing them. Mike later brings Walt to Saul after Walt creates a disturbance at Skyler’s office, and attempts to talk Walt into cooking meth again. I came up with this idea that he should wear a double-breasted suit, because there is something showy about a double-breasted suit. "You don't want a criminal lawyer... you want a criminal lawyer," Jesse explains to Walt early in their partnership. He initially uses it as the alternate identity for the high-energy pitchman in TV ads he produces during the suspension of his law license, and later when he begins a business reselling prepaid cell phones on the street. But the part of this scene that's of most interest is how Jimmy suggests Chuck help him: by finding "legal loopholes we can dance though." Their plan ends with Huell serving only four months' probation. After trying to spend time with Kim that evening, Jimmy goes back to CC Mobile and takes a stack of phones with him. After the meeting, Kim confronts Chuck, telling him that she suspects he has a copy of the tape. ("Bagman"). Saul is at a loss, and scolds him for not having a "self-destruct" mechanism like the Starship Enterprise. Mike had told his son to go along with the other cops' scheme, but he died anyway. Stung by the charge, Ted emphatically denies it but still refuses to pay the IRS. Lalo promises that he can come up with the money, but will need Saul to collect it. Slippin' JimmySaul GoodmanGene TakavicThe LawyerViktor St. ClaireCharlie HustleKevin CostnerMr. Walter and Saul meeting to deliver Jesse's method of getting at Gus ("Face Off"). 2008 Kim helps him tend to his wounds at home, and Jimmy finally agrees to see a therapist. Jesse, gun aimed at Saul, instructs him to give Badger "the best legal representation ever," but says that Saul is dead if anyone snitches to the DEA. After insulting Jimmy and forcing him away, Chuck commits suicide by pushing a gas lantern off a table and onto a pile of newspapers, leaving Jimmy as the sole living member of his family. Recall, he had $2 million stashed in an overseas bank account with her name on it. Huell is arrested and Jimmy tries to bargain his freedom for moving his business elsewhere. He becomes tense when a customer seems to be staring at him, but is instantly relieved when the man passes by him to greet a friend. Kuby says that he's doing everything he can to find Jesse. Without warning, he is called by an irate Howard, who tells him Chuck has quit HHM and demands an explanation. Fortunately, the nurse determines that she keeps making a simple typo and Gene is able to leave. He then takes out a disposable cell phone from his desk drawer and calls Ed, the disappearer ("Quite a Ride"). He is shown to be a complete criminal lawyer who maintains extensive connections within the criminal underworld, and serves as a go-between connecting drug distributors, evidence removers, impersonators, and other criminals-for-hire. For most of Better Call Saul, it's been clear that something big would eventually happen to the well-meaning Jimmy and turn him into the amoral Saul. Saul also informs Walt about Jesse living in a crack house nicknamed "The Shooting Gallery," and sends Mike to give Walt a lift to visit Jesse. Platt refuses and arrests Huell. When he was young, Jimmy worked for his father at his small corner store and watched as scam artists repeatedly fleeced his father. And in between, loads of tension. Returning home, Saul's sunburn is treated by Kim and he continually refuses to go to the hospital. Saul reminds Walt that he put himself on the line by participating in Brock's poisoning (Saul had Huell lift the ricin cigarette from Jesse). The prosecutor in Jimmy's case, Assistant District Attorney Hay, meets with Chuck and tells him that she doesn't plan to let Jimmy off easy. Saul is quick to point out the flaws of this plan - how it will merely raise more questions - and Jesse leaves his office. He is also the only one to side the characters on both sides of the law: A real telephone number, (505) 503-4455 based in Albuquerque, New Mexico was created for Saul's law firm and when called it consists of Saul on an automated switchboard system with various options. The lawyer Jimmy was after, a man who would find "clever technicalities" to free a client guilty of a Chicago sunroof (we have no idea), is the lawyer he would later become. Jesse returns to Saul's office, and brutally assaults him. Now we know why he was so convinced of its utility: When he was still known as Jimmy McGill, Saul ran his two-bit law office out of a broom closet in the back of the building. At Chuck's residence, Jimmy sees a copy of the newspaper he hid from Chuck, with a story about his billboard stunt on the front page. It is made clear on the. In Albuquerque, Jimmy worked in the mail room at Hamlin, Hamlin & McGill (HHM), where he befriended many people, including Chuck's wife Rebecca and Chuck's law partner Howard Hamlin. For example, he turned an old woman's friends against her just in order for her to settle on a large case and receive his cut. The production value will increase, the star's name will be different, and there will be no need to make a guy dangle from a billboard—but the objective of Jimmy's PR stunt and the Saul Goodman commercials both remains the same: get people to pick up the phone. Chuck McGill (brother) †Ruth McGill (mother) †Charles McGill Sr. (father) †Unnamed first wifeUnnamed second wifeKim Wexler (third wife) Immediately chafing under Erin's constant prodding and corrections, Jimmy dodges her as soon as he can so that he can present Kim his latest offer: a letter of legal action against HHM for mistreatment. He mostly works for the court as a public defender for $700 a case and struggles with debt. The youths give chase, but find themselves in a trap where they are captured and hung up in a piñata store. "If I'm lucky in a month from now, best-case scenario, I'm managing a Cinnabon in Omaha," he says. Confused, Jesse asks what's going on and learns that Gus threatened to kill Walt and his family ("End Times"). "Why not ask your partner?" "Why don't you just kill Badger?" 2009 Convinced no one is looking for him, Gene returns to work where while on break he is approached by Jeff the cab driver who excitedly recognizes him as Saul Goodman. The room was different and the furniture nicer, but the setup felt so similar to a meeting in Gus Fring's sparse office. The letters are part of a plan to help Huell, since they all demand his release. Jimmy eventually runs into trouble with the police and Chuck returns to help but on the condition that Jimmy join him in Albuquerque and work a legitimate job in HHM's mail room. Later that day, Walter White and Jesse Pinkman decide to look for Saul Goodman in his office. It happens," Saul says about Skyler's attempt to purchase the car wash. Bogdan just needs an "attitude adjustment," contends Skyler, though she rules out instigating an IRS audit, INS raid, or any violence. Full name Even worse, Chet had ties to the local prosecutors, and Jimmy was quickly brought in by the police on charges of property damage, assault, and sex offenses. "We're done when I say we're done," he says ("Live Free or Die"). The next day, Saul meets Walt at the car wash. He is also not without integrity as he is shown to honor the ethical concerns of his profession, particularly the attorney–client privilege, and is reluctant to be associated with violence or murder unless absolute necessary. 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