Once again... I do all the talking.
That's the only way this works.
Now, before that happens --
No. Hey. I've got it right here.
I'll -- I will take that as a "Yes."
Very well. Mystery solved.
You know, I could take you into custody right now,
You son of a bitch --
Where's this coming from?
You're the one who spilled the coffee,
you ambulance-chasing piece of shit!
Can we dial it down, you know, just a notch?
Look, 45 minutes ago, I'm sound asleep.
听着 四十五分钟前 我睡得正香
I get a call from Mr. Ehrmantraut.
He's getting threatening voicemails from you
accusing him of petty theft.
I tell him, "Hey, we're gonna nip this in the bud.
I don't care what the hell time it is.
We're gonna go talk this thing out."
And walking across the parking lot, just now -- boom --
there's a notepad, plain as day, lying on the asphalt,
where I can only surmise you accidentally dropped it, detective.
Now, guys, that's -- that's all we know.
Let me tell you something, slick --
wait till I get you back to philadelphia.
The state of pennsylvania can extradite people
for returning lost property?
That is one bold legislature.
Anything you want to say to me about what you found in here?
Now that it's all out in the open?
Maybe your daughter-in-law --
maybe she's got something to tell me.
First thing tomorrow...
I mean, you got to figure she wouldn't reach out to us
if she had nothing to say.
Hopefully, whatever you are
didn't rub off on the rest of your family.
You're welcome. Let's get the hell out of here.
No, I mean "thanks" as in "Three's a crowd."
You're not talking to my client without me.
Yeah, he is. Please leave now.
Man. You ever have jet lag?
I guess that's what this is.
Maybe it's the altitude?
Could be the altitude.
We're a mile up, right?
Sorry about the kid.
He's young, looking to make his mark.
Your daughter-in-law -- what --
what's she gonna tell us?
I don't honestly know.
Well, Mike, if she's got nothing to say,
this pretty well ends it here.
So maybe you should talk to her before we do.
If I were to guess, I'd say she wouldn't tell you much.
Either way, that's up to her.
That's the least I owe her.
There's a lot of people we both know
that think that Fensky got what was coming to him --
That whole precinct was a sewer.
Wouldn't be surprised if there's a few more early retirements.
Might be a good thing -- new blood.
He's just got to learn, that's all.
Some rocks you don't turn over.
What did you say to him?
Let's go, word for word, verbatim, while it's still fresh.
What I said is none of your concern.
I was speaking to a friend.
You were speaking to a homicide detective
who flew 2,000 miles to investigate a double murder
for which you are clearly the prime suspect.
How could you not recognize the mind games, the scams,
the -- the con jobs these people play?
You used to be one of them. So what got said?
Right now, come on. I'm serious.
I know you're trying to help me, but you can't go --
Look, no, I'm trying to help me.
Those two Philly cheesesteaks --
They want to lock me up right alongside you.
So, work with me here, for the both of us.
You're safe, counselor,
and I no longer require your services.
You're -- you're kidding, right?
What -- y-you think you're gonna defend yourself?
It's in someone else's hands.
- What -- like god? - No.
-谁 上帝吗 -不
Please don't say Hamlin, Hamlin, Mcgill.
I appreciate your help. Go home. Go to bed.
Send me your bill.
Oh, I'm sending you my bill.
You better believe it!
It's me -- your friendly neighborhood ice man.
There was a run on bacon.
I'll get you next time.
Chuck, you there?!
Chuck, you up there?
Holy shit! What are you doing?!
120! Go! Go! Inside!
120 走 进屋去
What the hell was that?
What the hell was that?
Just give me a second.
It's an experiment, really.
I've been attempting to build up a tolerance for electromagnetic fields.
- Seriously? - Yeah.
Yeah, it's like, um, you know,
是的 就好像 你知道的
like taking small doses of poison to build up an immunity.
Yeah, well, is that a real thing?
'Cause that does not sound like a real thing.
Anyway, as you well know,
there is a 60-kilovolt transformer
200 meters south-southwest of my front yard.
And I've been trying to get acclimated to it.
I got up to two minutes today.
- Jesus, Chuck. - Yeah.
-天呐 查克 -是啊
Two days ago, I could barely stand 30 seconds.
I'm trying to get up to five minutes by next week.
Uh, but why now?
Well, after what happened with the police and the hospital,
I almost lost everything, Jimmy.
I can't go on like this.
I have to find a way to get better.
I've got to. I have to get back to work.
Sitting here, rotting away --
This is no kind of life for me -- for anyone.
I need to be useful again.
Chuck... I am so proud of you.
It'll be a long process,
but one to which I'm very much committed.
God, I -- I'll be right back.
- I got to get a few more things out of the car. - All right.
It's just some case files. I'm out of room at the office.
I don't want to leave them in the car.
There's a lot of sensitive information.
Y-you're not planning to leave them here.
- Yeah. - I don't know. Jimmy.
-是啊 -可能不行 吉米
It'll just be for a little while, okay?
I'm practically sleeping on these things back at my place.
Business is that good?
It's booming -- streets of gold.
Yeah. I'll get these out of here as quick as I can.
I just need to file the 4-13s on some of these wills,
and, uh, I'll be out of your hair.
Personal property statements.
I was just working with these seniors.
Maybe the dementia's contagious, huh?
So, uh, we good here? See you tomorrow. Same time.
Scott said he'd leave the keys to 801,
the suite that's for lease.
Here you go. Just bring them back when you're done.
Wow, this is, like... really nice.
Why do you sound surprised?
Just, you know, could you afford this?
Oh, yeah. Are you kidding?
Those seniors have been very good to me.
I've been meaning to expand, you know?
It's time to invest in myself.
Figure this may be just the place.
Well, won't you miss the Nail Salon?
Oh, I can always visit,
you know, get some french tips.
It's a clean slate.
Put the, uh, reception desk right here.
Uh, get some comfortable seating for the clients.
I-it's big -- lot of offices.
Yeah, I like the openness.
I feel like I can breathe in here, you know?
It's not some claustrophobic, little closet.
That smells like acetone.
Got a decent-size conference room --
not as big as Hamlin's, but, you know, it's cozy.
Our elderly brethren prefer that, I find.
Yeah. Could be cozier, though.
Maybe you could embroider some little cushions,
crochet a runner for the table.
- And rocking chairs all around? - Yes.
Make it look like the front of a Cracker Barrel, huh?
Got to look successful to be successful. Am I right?
Well, this definitely looks like success.
Get you a big, fancy desk in here.
- A what? - I don't know what it means,
But I just like saying the word "Cocobolo."
Okay, well, whatever it is, you deserve it.
好吧 不管是什么桌 都是你应得的
And, uh, I want you to see this one.
This is way better than the other one.
- You think? - Uh, yeah.
Who goes in here?
'cause I'd be all up in here if I were you.
Yeah, you know, you're right. It is real nice.
It's a corner office. You got to go with the corner office.
Eh, I was saving it for someone.
- Who? - Well, my partner.
Your partner? Who's...
Well, you said you were interested in Elder law.
Thank you. Really.
But you know I've got a lot invested at HHM.
With what's going on now,
I-I'm closer than ever to partner --
Like, maybe two years, and I'm in.
Yeah, it's -- it's just a thought.
Plus, you know, they put me through law school.
I feel like I owe them.
Actually, I do owe them -- literally, you know?
But it's a nice thought, Jimmy.
Just, uh, you know, playing with ideas.
So, I had the extra office and everything, so...
Yeah. No, I get it. It's...
I...want to see the kitchen.
They have stainless in here.
I don't even have stainless at home.
I know this is the last thing you want to hear.
I think your chances of getting a
favorable ruling from a jury are very slim.
What does that mean?
We're not in a great position to win at trial.
But we came to you people
because we were told you win cases.
Winning doesn't always mean getting a favorable verdict at trial.
We try to achieve the best possible outcome
for our clients, given each individual case.
Frankly, we've worked very hard to stave off an arrest.
坦白说 我们费尽心思 才让你们免于逮捕
After the misunderstanding about your, uh, camping trip,
the D.A. was concerned you might be a flight risk.
We -- we were practically in our own backyard.
That's exactly what we told the d.A.
In any case, I think we've managed to come up with a deal
that is very favorable under the circumstances.
A deal? I hate that terminology.
A deal is what they got O.J.
Well, Betsy, maybe we should, you know,
- hear it. - I'm just saying, it's terrible term.
What kind of...deal?
If the prosecution decides to file,
which is definitely the direction this seems to be headed,
and if they choose to stack charges,
Craig, you're looking at 30 years in prison.
- 30 years? - That's the maximum, and given the nature
-三十年 -这是最坏的估计 考虑到
of the charge and the current political environment,
I'd say we should expect it.
The public outcry in cases like these is a big factor.
However, after much discussion with the D.A.,
who is also invested in keeping the press to a minimum,
we have arrived at an arrangement,
which would include 16 months in a county facility.
Down from 30 years.
And you most likely wouldn't serve all of it.
But he would have to say he was guilty.
Admitting wrongdoing and making the county whole again
goes a long way here -- hence the minimal sentence.
Uh, "Making the county whole again"?
It includes the stipulation that you return $1.6 million
in misappropriated funds.
- Give back the money? - But there is no money.
- There's no money. - We told you -- Craig is innocent.
-没有钱 -早就说了 克雷格是无辜的
However, I'd like to emphasize again
that this deal is Craig's best chance of minimizing jail time.
there are drug dealers and murderers walking the streets,
but instead of going after them,
they want to put an innocent man in jail.
There's no other...way?
I'm sorry. I think, under the circumstances,
this is your best option.
Murderers and rapists, and this is how they tr--
Okay. There is no money. There never was.
好吧 我们没有钱 根本就没有钱
You have to take this to trial.
Look, you have a difficult,
but nevertheless straightforward choice to make here.
On one hand, you give up the money,
- plead... - Ah! I just told you -- there is no money.
-认... -我刚说了 没有钱
Plead guilty -- it's painful, I know --
And go to jail for a year and a half.
But your other choice -- that is no choice at all.
If you go to trial, you'll most likely lose,
and Craig goes to prison for decades.
Your children will grow up seeing their dad through bars
I know what I'd do.
I'd take the deal.
Two years from now, you can be starting over.
It's tough, I know...
But you're tough people.
And your family is worth it.
Why don't I give you a few moments to discuss this?
I know it's a big decision.
We don't need to discuss it.
How about we go to my office and discuss this?
I'm sure there's a solution.
That won't be necessary.
We will no longer be requiring your services.
Yeah, it's not personal, really.
If you're unhappy with what we presented to you,
there may be other directions we can go.
We're done here! Please stop following us!
Only look forward. Always in life, look forward.
Oh, yeah. 70's a good age.
All right, duck your heads,
'cause here comes another number.
And the action never stops.
I hope you all took your heart pills,
'cause it's almost too much excitement, right?
Which one will it be?
Say your prayers. Here it comes.
All right, we've got G-48 --
"G," as in "Guy Lombardo."
Keep your elbows to yourselves, okay? No body-checking.
All right, what do we have here?
Wait for it. B-6.
Lucky B-6, just like the vitamin -- all right --
which you should be taking.
Keep things moving in the old G.I. Tract.
Oh, we have a winner!
Lady luck has struck again.
Let's see a hand so we know who's won.
It's the lovely young lady in the back.
Congratulations, Miss. You've won a, um --
恭喜你 女士 你赢得了...
What do we have for the lovely lady?
Yeah, it's an adorable notebook.
Do you like cats, Miss, uh...
Oh, Irene. I love kitties.
I have two Siamese cats -- Oscar and Felix.
Felix can wash himself.
Oscar won't. He -- he just won't.
What a lovely story. Thank you.
Um, can you take that to Irene?
And when you come back, cover -- yeah?
Uh, I'm gonna take a short break,
'cause somebody needs legal help.
Offices of James McGill,
Esquire. How may I direct your call?
Yes. Yes, of course. Um, one moment, please.
好的 好的 没问题 请稍等
Déjàvu. Hello, again.
- Good to see you. - Nice to see you.
So, how may I be of service?
Well, we would like to hire you as our attorney, Mr. McGill.
However, we have certain conditions,
and these are not up for debate.
We want no jail time -- zero.
Craig is innocent, and we expect you to prove that.
We won't see his name smeared like this any longer.
Um, can we back up just a scooch?
'Cause last time we spoke, you were very enthusiastic --
you were positively insistent about being represented by HHM.
Well, uh... That's all right.
We've parted ways.
We...disagreed with their defense strategy.
They treated us like we were guilty.
So, your previous objections to my representing you are now...
Oh, I'm sorry about my bluntness at our last encounter.
Yeah, I -- but we really --
we're very sorry about that.
We thought long and hard about it,
And, you know, given your passion
and your can-do attitude... mm-hmm. Mm-hmm.
- We just believe that you're the lawyer for us. - For us, yes.
Well, as flattered as I am by this,
um, since we last spoke,
I've changed my area of specialization,
so I concentrate on Elder law now.
But, I mean, you said that you would fight for us.
Yeah, you... you were -- you were adamant.
You promised to get us a not-guilty verdict.
I don't think I exactly promised that.
You said we would be client number one,
morning, noon, or night, and --
Yes, and I meant what I said, at the time,
But we've already paid you a retainer.
Right. A retainer.
That is what you called it.
That was your specific terminology.
It -- could you excuse me for a moment?
I, uh, had a big gulp on the way over.
I found something that belongs to you -- again.
- Yeah? What? - "Who?"
-是吗 是什么 -是"谁"
Picture "The 25th Hour,” starring Ned and Maude Flanders.
Oh, christ. The Kettlemans?
You lose any other clients today?
Mr. And Mrs. Cuckoo Bananas
just offered me the plum job of defending them.
I don't know what you did to piss them off,
but it must have been good.
W-What did they tell you?
Not much, just, uh, that you treated them
- like they were guilty. - Jesus.
Look, Jimmy...I know...
I know this is a lot to ask,
but you have to convince them to come back to HHM.
- I Do, Huh? - Yes.
Please. It's important.
- What's it worth to you? - Jimmy, I'm serious.
-你觉得值吗 -吉米 我没说笑
They left because they think they can win this case,
I managed to scrape together --
from practically nothing, I might add --
a deal they should feel lucky to have.
This is their absolute best bet.
make them understand it's better for them if they come back.
Tell me about this deal.
I don't know what that is.
Elder. Do you think...
Maybe if we were old --
The mysteries of the bladder. Right?
So, how do we get started?
Do you need us to sign that little paper?
I am -- I am very sorry,
but I'm afraid I can't take your case.
My schedule is just -- it's just chock-full right now.
I highly encourage you to go back to HHM.
I'm certain they would welcome you with open arms.
No, we're not going back there.
They were... incompatible.
They asked you to face some harsh realities,
and I get it -- no one likes that.
But bottom line here -- Kim Wexler is a fine attorney.
She has a great relationship with the D.A.
Much as I'd love to sing my own praises,
I doubt I could get you a deal
as good as the one she already has.
Okay, we don't want a deal.
We want you, our lawyer, to exonerate Craig.
我们希望你 我们的律师 还他清白
That is, uh -- that is a big word,
particularly in your case.
Yeah, there will be no deal.
There is no money with which to make a deal.
We -- can we all three just parachute down from cloud cuckoo land?
'Cause we know, without question, there is money.
- No, there... - I distinctly remember a spirited game
-不 没有 -我清楚地记得为了这袋钱
of tug-of-war over this money,
Money which we then discussed at length.
You made many excuses
justifying your possession of said money.
It's there. It exists.
S-shh. Now, just, please, for my own sanity...
You can't hide a big bag of cash forever,
and you certainly will never be able to spend any of it.
So, go back to HHM, apologize to Ms. Wexler,
and for Christ's sakes, take the deal.
If there were any money --
If there were any money,
there would have to be a full accounting of it.
Every penny would have to be present --
That includes the $30,000 that you --
- Craig, yes, he gets it. - Okay. Yeah, he gets it.
-克雷格 他懂了 -好吧 他懂了
We're in this together, Mr. McGill...
Now where do we begin?
There you go. Kettleman -- that's all of it.
We moved her over to the east wing.
The east wing? That's the cornfield.
Why are you sending her to the cornfield, Howard?
Never heard it called that before.
Well, that's what you call it.
You gonna punish her
just 'cause you lost those two batshit Kettlemans?
You notice I'm not exactly crowing over
how I snaked them away from you.
Jimmy, here are your files.
I'm not gonna discuss my employee policies with you.
I'm gonna need some help here.
That prick firing you?
Best-case scenario is my 2-year plan
iust became a 10-year plan.
That schmuck. You didn't do anything wrong.
- I lost the client. - Not your fault.
They're not really playing with a full deck --
You had to take their case?
I'm sorry, okay? I tried. I r-- I really did.
对不起 我试过了 我真尽力了
I'm not being fair. Of course you tried.
They'll do what they want to do.
Hope you didn't promise them too much.
I doubt you'll be able to do more for them
than we were offering.
You think very highly of my skills, obviously.
It's not that, Jimmy. It's a loser case.
不是这个意思 吉米 这个官司输定了
That deal was their best chance.
After I worked my ass off finagling with the D.A.,
and it's just like... whatever.
There's got to be a way, you know?
- I take it to court... - You'll lose.
Kettleman did a terrible job covering his tracks.
they've got reams of checks he wrote for false expenses.
And I can't even challenge their admission into evidence
because he wrote them to himself.
I know we're never supposed to say our clients are guilty,
but, hey, not my client anymore --
He's guilty as sin.
Yeah, but there has to be something --
- Some loophole or... - None that I could find.
There has to be a way.
Not without the money.
It's the only chip those Kettlemans have,
and they refuse to play it.
And Anderson leads things off
in the top of the second inning here tonight.
First pitch -- curve ball for a strike.
There was some concern
that we'd have some light showers,
but it looks like it's gonna be clear tonight.
- Absolutely. - That's a ball. 1-1.
-是的 -一个坏球 1比1
Throws, and it is a liner toward the gap in right-center field.
Roberts on the run, reaches out...
And that puts one away here in the second inning.
Next up, the always imposing Lee.
And he's had a great start this season.
Jesus. Gets bigger every time I look at it.
Thanks for not heading to the Bahamas with this.
What are you doing?
"The right thing."
You know where you're going?
Am I correct in assuming we're now square?
Who is it, Craig?
Oh,it's Mr. McGil!
Good morning. Come on in.
Oh, I love what you've done with the place.
Last time I was here, it was, uh, well, not a contender
for the cover of Good Housekeeping --
Do you have news about our case?
But before we get to the nitty-gritty,
I think we should chat about your deal.
We told you -- there will be no deal.
You did, didn't you?
However, circumstances have changed.
To answer that, um,
might I suggest that you go check on that money
you insist you didn't take?
In the upstairs bathroom, under the sink?
Wait. How could you...
No! No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no! No!
不 不 不
It's okay. It's okay, betsy. It's got to be...
没事的 贝茜 肯定是...
No. It's got to be in there somewhere.
What did you do with it?
By "It," You mean...
You mean the money. Uh, let me see.
Uh, it's, uh, on its way
to the D.A.'s desk right about now.
What? You -- oh, you thief!
什么 你 你个小偷
Takes one to know one, doesn't it?
He took it? How did you take it?
A good magician never reveals his secrets.
Now, here's what we're gonna do.
Oh, you don't tell us what to do.
You stole from us.
We'll -- we will have you arrested.
I-I can see how upset you are, and,
even on a good day,
you and logic are...
But think about what you just said.
Criminals have no recourse.
And you two -- you're criminals, big-time.
Luckily, you have a very talented lawyer
who has found a way to minimize the damage
you've brought upon yourselves.
Oh, I quit already. No, I'm talking about Kim Wexler.
Now, you're gonna go back to her,
you're gonna apologize for your hasty decision
to terminate her services,
And you're gonna fall on her mercy and take that deal.
We'll tell... about the bribe you took.
You could do that. You absolutely could.
And I'd be in a mess of trouble --
But so would you, Mrs. Kettleman.
Cause right now, only Mr. Kettleman is on the hook
for the whole embezzlement kerfuffle.
But the bribe -- w-we're back to calling it a bribe? --
Yeah, that implicates you, as well.
- It was all me. - No, it wasn't.
I'll make sure everyone knows that.
Look on the bright side, you know?
They could work out some kind of
inter-prison visitation program, the occasional conjugal.
Maybe it won't be all bad.
You -- you'll probably wind up running your own gang.
Thing you folks need to know about me --
I got nothing to lose.
Christ, you should see my office.
- No, it's not over. - Yeah.
-不 还没有结束 -结束了
Let's find another lawyer.
- Come on, betsy. - No, no.
-好了 贝茜 -不 不
No. We don't have to put up with this.
I will not be treated this way.
We have to do this...
They can't lose us both.
Law offices of James M. McGill.
How may I direct your call?