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- Howard. - Morning!
Delivery for McGill.
What're you doing here?
Ah, it's been a while.
Thought I should come in and check on you.
Did I hear music?
No, no. I was just -- let me get that for you.
没 我刚才在... 我帮你拿吧
- Good to see you, Howard. - Oh, likewise.
-见到你真好 霍华德 -我也很高兴
You are sorely missed, my friend.
Don't take that as any undue pressure.
Um, I'm thinking of maybe coming in for an hour or two next week.
Maybe kind of play it by ear.
Well, i-if you feel comfortable.
I mean, we certainly would love to have you.
We will take anything we can get.
I'll figure out a day and get Ernesto to give you a heads up.
How's Ernie working out?
Uh, he's been fine, for the most part.
Everything on track with, uh, Sandpiper?
Davis & Main are, uh... really pulling their weight.
Well, they better.
It's a complex case.
Well, it's definitely not a two-man job, that's for sure.
Anyone, uh, heard from Jimmy?
I have, yes. I've talked to him.
Speaking of which... I have some news.
He's working at Davis & Main.
Oh, working as an attorney.
Clifford Main hired Jimmy?
To be fair, he had his doubts,
but he's giving Jimmy a chance.
He had his own people doing client outreach,
but every time they would talk to a Sandpiper resident,
Jimmy's name would come up.
- Those old folks, they just -- - They love him.
-那些老人 他们 -他们喜欢他
Plus, I guess Cliff thought it would be a good idea
for the case to have that sort of, uh...
you know... continuity.
Jimmy certainly has a way with people.
They're aware of his background at Davis & Main?
In the spirit of full disclosure,
Cliff did talk to me beforehand.
I didn't pull any punches.
I tried to paint a complete picture.
But I didn't stand in the way.
Kim Wexler pushed for this -- hard.
But I didn't, uh, you know, stand in the way.
- Charlie Hustle, right? - Yep.
-骗子查理 对吗 -对
Well, I'll get out of your hair.
Anything else you need me to add to Ernie's list?
No. All set. All good.
Thanks for coming by, Howard.
Any time. You truly are missed.
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Document review will be coordinated through HHM.
To date, the following documents have been requested from Sandpiper
as part of our initial discovery petition.
One -- resident lease agreements, past and present,
from all Sandpiper locations.
Two -- invoices and transaction documents
from all supply companies used by Sandpiper.
Three -- list of all past and present official Sandpiper vendors.
Four -- any and all business agreements and contracts
between Sandpiper and its distributors.
Five -- records of residents' social security check receipts.
Six -- allowance transaction statements.
Seven -- resident invoices non-related to sup--
I'm loving the new look.
It's -- it's really...
See? What'd I tell you?
The finest in temporary corporate housing.
Can't wait to see it.
Maybe I should leave HHM.
Get on that cushy D&M train.
I'm so happy for you.
You know, things are really turning around.
I'm even thinking of looking, you know,
my own place to buy.
- In Santa Fe? - Not sure yet.
Maybe someplace, uh, closer to Albuquerque
since I'm going between the two so much.
So, halfway points.
Yeah, I was thinking, uh...
- Oh, wait, what about Corrales? - Corrales.
-等等 科拉莱斯怎么样 -科拉莱斯
Yeah, get a nice, little bungalow,
or maybe not so little.
Big, open floor plan.
I don't want any walls disrupting my chi, yeah.
Uh, but I'm thinking I definitely want some decent acreage,
get in touch with nature.
Come on. You could get horses.
Man, that would be so amazing.
Too expensive. They, uh, all the oats -- right?
太贵了 只吃燕麦 对吧
It's oats that they're always eating?
- It's worth it. - And the horseshoes.
You have to get them shoes and nail them with a hammer.
It's totally worth it. It's --
Long ride through the country
and then glass of wine on the back patio at sunset.
Oh, we should get one of those smokers.
We could just barbecue for days.
Yeah. We definitely got to get a smoker.
I got to go to the salon.
They're delivering my new company car.
Ugh, are you serious?
Jeeves, where's my solid-gold blimp?
No, not that one. The other one.
不 不是那辆 另一辆
Oh, I forgot. I got you a present. One sec.
我忘了 我给你买了个礼物 等会儿
Such a beautiful wrapping job.
It's a shame to open it.
It's a gift. Be grateful.
Just keeping it real.
Second is still very, very good.
If you play your cards right.
What do you think, ladies?
Yeah, I know, right?
It's got all leather interior,
heated seats for those cold desert mornings.
This must be what heaven looks like.
All right, well, forgo the tears
and just say, "Till we meet again."
Must be metric.
What -- what are you doing here?
So, is this the parking lot for the police station?
You don't know if they validate, do you?
Why don't you pull around over there,
and we'll have a little talk.
I-I have business with the police.
And what business might that be?
Well, if you must know, I was robbed.
Somebody broke into my house and stole my property.
Yeah, but obviously I didn't tell the cops that.
You've already spoken to them?
A couple of them came by my house.
But it's not the drugs that I care about.
It's my baseball cards I need back.
- Your baseball cards? - Yes.
I have a very valuable collection of baseball cards,
and someone stole them.
I guess I shouldn't be surprised I have to tell you this.
But it's probably a bad idea that you willingly talk to the police,
being a criminal and all.
I'm not here as a criminal.
I'm here as a crime victim.
Just because I occasionally sell some pharmaceuticals,
I no longer have a right to protection from crime?
And I was very careful when I talked to them.
I -- they have no idea about my other business.
If you already made your report, why are you here?
They have a few more questions.
They are very dedicated to finding this thief.
Since you're new to this, let me explain it to you.
They've invited you on a fishing trip.
What's that? A fishing trip?
Those cops have no interest in helping you get your cards back.
You're obviously under suspicion.
There was nothing there for them to see.
I refer you to our previous conversation
and this blinking neon sign of a vehicle
that says "Drug dealer."
They will get you in there, pretend to be your friend,
lull you into a false sense of security,
and then they will sweat you.
and you will break.
Not open for debate. You go home now.
But I have an appointment.
And if they call you, do not answer the phone.
But what about my baseball cards?
Cost of doing business.
I am getting those back!
I will take the risk!
Because then you'll be putting my well-being at risk.
Some of them were my dad's.
I-I am getting them back.
I'm getting them back.
I'll find your cards.
Is that something you do?
That is so generous of you.
Oh, it'll cost you.
We should discuss some sort of financial arrangement
in which I-I, uh...
I didn't mean to interrupt.
Not at all. I was just blowing off some steam.
- You sound good. - Thank you.
Clears the head. You play?
Oh, I tried to learn in high school,
but then I decided there were easier ways to get girls.
well, I hope you've got a way to decompress.
Everybody needs something.
How you settling in?
Uh, it's -- it's quite a step up for me.
Well, we're happy to have you.
Just let us know if there's anything else you need, Jimmy.
Um, I'm happy to be here.
Uh, better get back to it.
Yeah, me, too, I suppose.
Actually, um, I might have found something in the initial disclosures.
- Oh, yeah? - Schweikart and Cokely keep referring to
the "Optional Allowance Program,"
but I checked a number of residents' contracts.
Not a single one has opted out, which makes me think
it's more of a mandatory financial arrangement.
And you're thinking that's the "Failure to state a claim"
that they filed in their answer?
They keep saying it's optional, thereby voluntary.
I think we can counter that
if "Opting in" is a requirement for residency,
which it sure seems to be,
well, their voluntary claims don't hold water.
Might be on to something here.
Nice work, Jimmy.
Welcome. How can I help you?
Um, I was hoping to get an estimate.
Uh, mi car. Mi coche.
Sí. Cars. Todo el tiempo.
I-I was hoping to get my seats reupholstered.
Um, take a look? Mira?
- Un momento. - Sí, sí, sí, sí.
Thinking something new.
Give the old girl a little love.
He said you should save your money and get a new car.
Yeah? Well, it has a sentimental value.
What material do you want?
Well, I was thinking leather, definitely.
Señor. Too much money.
Yeah, but like I said, it has a sentimental value.
是 但我说了 我对这车有感情
He says, uh, alligator's gonna look all wrong.
Cheaper might be better.
Well, show me what you'd pick.
My son -- he -- he will help you, okay?
我儿子 让他来帮你 行吗
How'd you find me?
The way I figure, you saw that mid-life crisis of a vehicle
and wisely decided to cut ties with the man,
and I don't blame you -- I did, too.
And then you ripped him off.
And I'm sure those baseball cards
looked like an easy way to make a few extra bucks
off that idiot, teach him a lesson, too.
But you underestimated
just how big an idiot you were dealing with.
No, I am pretty aware.
Well, then, you underestimated
how attached the man was to those cards --
so attached he called the police and reported them stolen.
Now they're nosing around.
That sounds like a "you" problem.
No, I think it's very much an "us" problem.
Yeah, I guess I'll just have to take my chances.
But good luck to you.
You know, I was hoping you'd see our dilemma
and do the right thing.
But I think what we have here now is a carrot-and-stick situation.
This is the stick? Hmm?
You coming here, threatening my family?
'Cause you're gonna need a bigger stick, old man.
I'm not here to threaten your family.
And the name of the stick is Tuco Salamanca.
Now, you don't play ball, so to speak,
and Tuco finds out about your little side business.
That a big enough stick?
However, I prefer the carrot.
I think you will, too.
And what would that be?
You give me back the baseball cards,
$10,000 in cash,
and you net roughly --
roughly -- $60,000.
And how exactly does that work?
She's a little tricky around the corners.
So... and you got to go with the premium gas.
I know it seems like a scam, but it makes a huge difference.
And I would get her washed at least once a week.
And spring for the hand wax.
You're gonna want that extra layer of protection for the clear coat.
She deserves the best.
I'll make sure the boys at the chop shop
are real gentle with her.
You think I'd be caught dead driving that thing?
It looks like a school bus for 6-year-old pimps.
All right, shall we move this along?
Okay, there's Jeter.
Mantle. Mantle. There's Mantle.
曼托 曼托 这是曼托那张
Uh, yeah, that looks like everyone.
Yeah, they're here. Looks like everyone's here.
And now the other item.
And now our business is concluded.
You know, I can't help thinking an apology was in order.
Uh, it's -- it's the police again.
Sandpiper hasn't really responded to our discovery requests.
They've buried us in paperwork,
but nothing actually relevant to the particulars in this case.
No real surprise there.
We may have to subpoena their bank records.
Thank you, Erin. Jimmy.
谢谢 艾琳 吉米
How we doing with client outreach?
Oh, while we're waiting on those subpoenas,
I'm thinking we should try wrangling some of this stuff
from the clients themselves.
Most of these folks have hard copies of everything
going back to the Eisenhower administration.
Of course, given some of their, uh...
inconsistent organizational practices,
it's gonna be slow going.
I'm so sorry to interrupt.
Uh, this one lady, um, she's sweet,
but, uh, deaf as a doornail.
She keeps all of her paperwork in, um, she keeps it --
I'm sorry. Excuse me, Jimmy.
对不起 抱歉 吉米
I'm gonna need everybody's phone,
key fobs, and electronics.
Sorry for the interruption.
Just pretend I'm not here.
Happy to have you.
Jimmy, where were we?
So, I was saying...
getting the documents from some of the clients...
We definitely have some pack rats.
I was visiting Mrs. Gusdorff at, uh, Sandpiper Santa Fe,
and I spent the whole afternoon sorting through just a haystack
of recipes and half-off coupons from Big Lots.
But now we've got copies of this woman's monthly statements
going back to march 1997,
so it might be a little labor-intensive,
but our clients will always be our best resource.
Plus, they have ribbon candy.
What are you doing here?
My name is on the building.
So great to have you here.
If you need anything, I'll be in my office.
You still morally flexible?
If so, I might have a job for you.
Mr. Wormald, thank you for coming in and talking to us.
Yeah, we've been looking at the reports
that the officers took at the scene,
and we have a few small follow-up questions.
Sorry to waste your time. Just standard stuff.
There's really no need for a lawyer to be here.
I'm here in more of an advisory capacity.
Dan just, uh, wanted a friendly face next to him.
Well, we're all friendly here.
Look at us. Four friends.
We just want to get the facts straight
so we can, um, help you get your property for you.
Yeah, you know, uh, it's fine.
Uh, yeah, there's no need to, uh --
No, it's just standard procedure.
You know, officers don't always get
all the information we need in their report.
We just want to find the guys who took your baseball cards.
Yeah, that's, uh...
You know, my uncle had a Ty Cobb tobacco card.
Kept that thing behind six inches of glass
like it was the Mona Lisa or something.
Tell him to keep the lights low.
Even artificial lighting has a certain amount
of ultraviolet radiation that can, uh, you know...
over the long term --
Um, can you just remind us
exactly where you kept your cards in the house?
Yeah, well, uh, as I was trying to say, it's no longer an issue.
好的 正如我想说的 那不再是问题了
So you found the cards?
I just wanted to come down and tell you, you know, in person.
Where? Around the house?
No. I, uh, I hired a private investigator,
and he tracked them down.
Really? So, where were they?
You know, it's fine. It is.
I really -- I ought to get out of your hair.
You've wasted enough time on me.
No, no, it's -- it's okay. It's our job.
不 不 没关系 这是我们的工作
We just want to get the facts right
so we can help close this case for you.
I just -- I know how much, you know,
you guys have on your hands,
like murderers and robbers and gangs and stuff. I --
杀人犯 抢劫犯 黑帮什么的
Hey, Danny, why don't you get some air?
You can have some coffee.
I'll finish up with the detectives here.
Okay, let's get down to brass tacks here, guys.
好了 伙计们 我们直说吧
I'm guessing your two fine uniformed officers
found Mr. Wormald's little hidey hole,
and that's why you two are so interested
in "Helping" my friend here.
A hiding place in the baseboard --
it's gonna make anyone suspicious.
But let me assure you there's nothing illegal going on here.
Then why is he so nervous?
'cause I must say, the flop sweat is kind of suspect.
We all have our secrets, don't we?
And who among us is without sin?
But those sins aren't all of the criminal variety,
and neither are Mr. Wormald's, okay?
They are, however, very private.
Private, like drug dealer, maybe?
He's being evasive because it's a sensitive subject,
very delicate, and of no concern to law enforcement.
You know, as much as we'd love to, um, take your word for it,
we're gonna need a little more than that.
All right, well, this all comes down to a personal dispute.
It's -- it's between, um, Mr. Wormald
and, uh... his art patron.
- "Art patron"? - Yeah.
Uh, my client has an arrangement with a wealthy gentleman
for whom Mr. Wormald provides...
art in exchange for this gentleman's generous, uh...
We'll call it patronage.
Art? Like -- like what? Paintings?
It's more like digital media.
He made videos for the man.
What kind of videos?
Private videos of an artistic nature.
That's what was in the hiding place.
That's what it's for.
So, this art patron stole the videos and the baseball cards?
Well, there was a misunderstanding.
I mean, uh, call it creative differences.
Artists are volatile creatures.
Guys, this all comes down to just a lovers' spat, okay?
Two consenting adults had a falling out.
And the, uh, "Patron" stole the videos
and the baseball cards, uh, to "Make a point," I guess.
But the headline here is, it's all settled.
Hearts have mended,
and Mr. Wormald will not be pressing charges.
What was on these videos?
- They were private. - You've said that.
They were videos intended
to titillate the senses.
- Okay, so porn. - Not -- no.
-好吧 是黄片吗 -不
Technically, they would be categorized as fetish videos.
But nothing illegal.
Just a man -- a fully clothed man, I might add --
就是一个男人 穿戴整齐 我补充一句
Just all by himself.
Just -- just Mr. Wormald fully clothed,
- So... - All right.
So, fully clothed Mr. Wormald
by himself doing what?
Yeah, come on, man. What?
What's a s-squat cobbler?
Squat cobbler. You know what squat cobbler is.
No, I don't -- I don't know what a squat cobbler is.
No, me neither. What is it?
What? And you two guys are cops?
Hoboken squat cobbler.
Boston cream splat.
Guys, am I not speaking english here?
What the hell is a squat cobbler?!
It's when a man sits in pie!
And he... he wiggles around.
Maybe it's like Hellmann's mayonnaise.
It has a different name west of the Rockies.
I don't know. But, uh, technically,
He does a crybaby squat, so there's tears,
which makes it more specialized.
Not all pie sitters cry.
But I'm gonna tell you something.
This guy is a regular Julianne Moore
once he gets the waterworks cranked up.
Guys, I'm not the filmmaker here, all right?
Banana cream. I -- uh, peach.
Oh, and there -- and there is a costume involved.
You got to be shitting us.
Yeah, like I would make this up.
Hey, the world is a rich tapestry, my friends.
But trust me on this.
You don't want to see it.
So, uh, we're good, right?
所以 没事了 是吧
There is, however, one little, tiny hanging chad.
不过 还有一个小隐患 要善后
Well, what? What chad?
You're gonna have to make a video.
So he eats the pies or just sits in them?
Both. Whatever you want.
Uh, it's dealer's choice.
That's where the crying comes in, right?
That's a safe bet.
How the hell did you come up with that?
If you gave me a million years,
I still would not have come up with that.
She speaks through me.
I am but a humble vessel.
And they bought it?
I've heard some far-out scenarios used to sow doubt,
but this definitely takes the cake.
- Takes the pie. - Yeah.
I should just jump off the roof right now.
Yeah, you should feel bad about yourself.
Jesus, can you tell a story.
Well, to be fair, I think it was the video that clinched it.
Wait, wait. You -- you actually made a video?
I got to say, in the end, Ol' Dan really committed.
不得不说 到最后 老丹还挺入戏的
I believed the tears.
Um, this is a leftover prop. It was extra.
I wasn't sure how many takes we would need, so I over-bought,
But I promise you, untouched by human buttocks.
You fabricated evidence?
Not exactly evidence.
You used it to exonerate a client.
You used falsified evidence to exonerate a client.
Mm, I think you're splitting hairs.
I'm not splitting hairs.
What if Davis & Main find out you faked evidence?
It wasn't a Davis & Main client.
It was some nothing, little pro-bono thing.
It was off the clock. It was, uh, totally my own thing.
与工作无关 完全是 我的私事
Why would you risk the best job you've ever had
for some pro-bono case?
I was doing a favor for a friend.
Risking disbarment? That's -- that's some friend.
It's fine! It -- it worked out.
Davis & Main are none the wiser.
Jimmy, you're playing with fire here.
I didn't see you complaining
when, um, Ken the douchebag paid our bar bill the other night.
No, that was a little bit of rule breaking right there.
And if I remember correctly, you liked it.
That is so not the same thing.
How? What's the difference?
That had nothing to do with work.
And we were just -- just screwing around.
Jimmy, this could really hurt you.
If they find out, if you get caught --
It -- they're never gonna find out.
You sound like every dumb criminal out there.
If you keep this up, they will find out.
For what, Jimmy?
What is the point?
I cannot hear about this sort of thing.
Ever again. Okay?
I mean it, Jimmy.