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Who keeps track of all that?
It's all on the computer. Computer does everything.
Every stat gets converted into points.
I don't know. Sounds kind of dumb, to be honest.
I just want to watch the game.
You're just afraid to lose 20 bucks.
You want to bet on the game, let's do it.
Why do we got to mess with all this extra stuff?
Trust me. You end up...
He's no longer in a coma, but he's unresponsive.
His condition is stable.
They're managing his blood pressure.
But whether he will wake up
and understand what's going on around him
there's no way of knowing.
Gustavo, he's getting very good care here.
There's very little even the best hospitals could do.
Now, might it be different if he was in the care of
someplace like Johns Hopkins?
Or... it could make no difference at all.
I can think of no better judgment on this man.
Isn't this what he deserves?
I decide what he deserves.
Want some fresh O.J.?
Mmm, good. Vitamin C.
It'll help you heal quicker.
I don't think it works like that.
Eh, it might. You don't know.
Oh, I've also got leftover bacon from my breakfast sandwich.
That's got definite healing powers.
Okay. That I believe.
with a little cinnamon in it for flavor.
Just trying something different.
Oh, did I wake you with the noise?
No. No, no, not at all.
不 不 完全没有
I totally did, didn't I?
No. I was -- I was getting up...
- I'm sorry. - ...eventually.
I've got job interviews lined up.
I wanted to get an early jump.
I'm starting down south --
office-manager interview in Polvadera.
Then I'm working my way up north to Algodones.
I got a lot of ground to cover.
Jimmy, you know, you can take some time off.
Nobody's gonna ding you for not having a steady job right this minute.
I don't want unemployment hanging over my head
and we could use another paycheck.
And, uh besides, this is your office now.
I don't want to be a distraction.
- But you're not a distraction. - That's right.
'Cause I'm gonna be out there finding me a job.
- Wish me luck! - Good luck.
Oh, Thai or Mexican?
I'm gonna pick up dinner on the way back.
Uh, either. Your choice.
And what a choice it shall be.
Yeah. Okay, Jimmy, wait.
好吧 吉米 等等
You're not going to that meeting?
If there's anything important, Howard knows how to find me.
No one's coming for it.
And when is it over for you?
You see there -- that's Alma.
And on the left is Ollie, Mr. Neff's aunt and uncle.
They started this company almost 50 years ago.
- Look at that. - Yeah.
And we think that other fellow is Frank Corker
one of the early repairmen.
Oh, they must have relied on him a lot.
That's a Thermo-Fax.
Needed a specially coated paper
to get an image off one of those babies.
You know your stuff.
Ah, I worked in a mail room
so I talked to a lot of repairmen -- a lot.
They love talking shop.
Yes. They are a lonely bunch for sure.
Uh, this one was a real big seller for Neff
really put us on the map.
- That's the 6500 color copier. - Yeah.
That's a war-horse.
I mean, did you ever see the guts of this beast?
It takes 15 seconds to get a printout.
I worked with one back in Chicago.
That machine was almost too good.
Counterfeiters used it to make phony $5 bills.
- Yeah. - That's -- That's not right.
- No. - Oh, oh, look it here.
You got a lot of hardware over here.
Mr. Neff loves sponsoring the kids.
Bowling. That's fun.
We had a pretty good run in the '90s
but, uh, we don't find kids much interested anymore.
Yeah. This generation is all hackey sack and video games.
Ain't that the truth.
Yes. Those were Alma's.
She loved collecting the little things, God rest her soul.
Yeah. I knew a lady -- same way.
Ah, touring the wall of crap, I see.
I need to drag that stuff to the dumpster
just haven't had a chance to motivate myself.
Mr. Neff, this is James McGill.
Oh, just "Jimmy" is fine.
Jimmy, pleasure. Come on down.
吉米 很高兴见到你 快过来
Guessing Henry filled you in on what we're looking for.
Oh, he did, indeed -- um
willing to have multiple doors slammed in my face
with one mission --
upgrade, upgrade, upgrade their old copiers
把他们的旧复印机升级 升级 升级成
to your top-of-the-line new ones.
Well, you think you have the chops?
It's a lot harder than it sounds.
Well, I'd sure love a crack at it.
I've been told stubbornness and persuasiveness
人们都说 顽强 有说服力
are two of my top qualities.
I have to say, Jimmy does know his way around a copier.
Says here you were a lawyer...
up until not that long ago.
Well, you know why God made snakes before he made lawyers?
He needed the practice.
- "Needed the practice." - Yeah.
And that's pretty much the only lawyer joke I know
'cause all the others are true stories.
Look, I know you're looking for somebody with sales experience
and I don't have any
except -- except being a lawyer.
Look, being a lawyer, my job was sales.
I was selling to judges. I was selling to juries.
Sometimes I was selling to clients
to take the best deal from a series of bad options
but every hour of every day, I was convincing, persuading.
但每一天的每一刻 我都在劝说 说服
I hear what you're saying.
You know, we have a lot of high-ticket items
and a clientele primed to say "No."
Well, my spirit animal is a Gila monster.
Once I latch on, I don't let go.
I like it. I like it.
Well, you make a lot of excellent points, Jimmy.
I can see why Henry wanted me to meet you.
Well, thank you for coming down.
Yeah, absolutely. Anytime.
Yeah. We're gonna put our heads together
have a decision in, say, about a week or so.
- Great. - We'll let you know then.
- Thank you very much. - You bet.
I'm sorry. Could I just have another minute?
Uh, I'll be real quick.
Uh, yeah, sure, Jimmy.
Uh, what's on your mind?
Look, I know you were
gonna take some time and consider your options
but maybe we can settle this right now.
There's a thing that we all know called opportunity cost.
The time you spend looking for someone
is time I could be out there working for you.
And, sure, there are salesmen out there
with way more experience than me.
But what are the chances one of them's gonna come
walking through that door in the next week?
And is it worth the wait?
But I can tell you this.
None of them will have the connection
to your machines that I do -- none.
I worked in the mail room.
I know how important the copy machine is.
Deadlines, last-minute changes, and I was in there.
最后期限 紧急变化 我都在场
I was clearing paper jams.
I was cleaning ink off gears and rollers
trying to figure out where the mystery streaks were coming from.
I was down on my hands and knees
with my tie over my shoulder and ink-stained hands
and a line of assistants out the door
and they're all worried that they're gonna lose their job
if they don't get their document in the next five minutes.
I know -- I know better than anyone that the copier --
it's the beating heart of any business.
It goes down, it causes delays.
That is lost money.
That is frustrated employees.
That's a negative work environment.
That's a business on life support.
But you plug one of your new machines into the system
that is a healthy, strong heartbeat.
Ca-chunk, ca-chunk, ca-chunk.
咣当 咣当 咣当
That is a healthy business.
Ca-chunk, ca-chunk, ca-chunk.
咣当 咣当 咣当
That is a successful business!
And that's what we're selling.
Um, just...a minute.
I don't need to...
I mean, it's kind of exciting.
I mean, it was great, and I think the passion
that this gentleman has --
Can you imagine sending that guy out?
Jimmy, welcome to the team.
- Damn right! - Congrats.
We'll get you set up with Audrey in H.R.
fill out your paperwork
and hopefully you'll be all set by the end of the day.
So, just like that, huh?
Yep. Why wait when we could get you rolling?
You were gonna take some time, though
and, uh, consider your options, but, uh...
I just come in and did that little song and dance
Yeah. Right. That's right.
W-- Are you out of your mind?
You don't know me.
I just came in off the street.
You guys are like a couple of cats.
I come in and wave a shiny object around
you're like, "I want that!"
No background check?
No. Just hire the guy that says them fancy words?
I could be a serial killer!
I could be a guy who pees in your coffee pot!
I could be both!
So, you're not taking the job?
No, I'm not taking the job.
I feel sorry for you.
Hello. Um, I'm wondering --
are you still interviewing for the sales associate position?
Great. I could be there in, um, 20 minutes.
Ellen. Okay. Wonderful.
艾伦 好的 太好了
Well, thank you, Ellen. Uh, I'll see you soon.
谢谢你 艾伦 待会见
Pop-Pop! Look how high I can go!
Yeah. I can be there.
All right, baby, time to get you back to your mama.
好了 宝贝 该送你回妈妈那了
Five more minutes?
Oh, honey, come on.
You're on the clock.
Yeah. Madrigal Electromotive?
Straight down the hall, the Sandia Room on your left.
Oh, good. Take a seat.
You didn't come all this way just for me.
I frequently travel to conference with distributors.
Albuquerque's one of many stops.
I'm just looking for an explanation.
You steal an employee's badge
waltz through my warehouse, interfere with operations
and strong-arm my facility manager.
I'm on your books as a security consultant.
If I show my face in your warehouse
it makes for a better cover story.
Anyone ever asks if I was there, I was.
Plus, you had a few things that needed correcting
so consider it a bonus.
That's not the point.
This is meant to be a paper transaction.
You sit at home, and we pay you...your own money.
Doing what you did the way you did it
raises the threat of exposure.
The way I see it, it lowers the threat.
Like I said, now there's a face to the name
that cashes the check.
So...what's your plan then?
Madrigal has eight terminals in the southwest.
One down, seven to go.
And if I asked you to reconsider...
I'd ask you to do the same.
At the moment, you have Gus Fring's respect.
I'd want to keep that if I were you.
Dr. Diseth, this is Dr. Maureen Bruckner
just arrived this morning.
Nice to meet you. Hello.
Dr. Bruckner is visiting from Johns Hopkins
and we're asking her to take the lead
with some of the more severe cases in the ward
including Mr. Salamanca.
- Johns Hopkins? - Yes.
A generous grant came through
which allowed Dr. Bruckner to lend us her expertise.
I'm not here to step on any toes.
Okay, I -- Well, our staff can help with the database
whenever you're ready to pull records
but I'm available anytime if you have any questions.
Again, I-I don't want to step on toes.
We can co-manage care, if you like. We --
No. No. Uh, he's all yours.
不 不 他都交给你了
Okay, um, well, I will let you get to it then.
Let us know if there's anything you need, anything at all.
Are you the family?
Are you the family?
I want to let you know...
...that your uncle has been getting excellent care here at Lovelace.
But we're going to try something a little different.
when parts of the brain are damaged by a stroke...
...those parts, they cannot be repaired.
Our job is to stimulate your uncle's brain...
...and teach it to rewire itself.
We are going to start here with the legs.
When did they get here?
Don't worry. We're still running things.
Are you family as well?
Friends of the family.
As I was saying...
...I'll return later with an occupational therapist...
to begin some electrical stimulus.
I'd ask that you speak to Hector.
Chances are, on some level
The more you speak, the more his brain will work to respond...
...and find pathways to connect.
We'll do everything we can to help your uncle.
Nice to meet you all.
Everything is good out on the street.
All our men are keeping busy.
That's right, Don Hector.
We're staying on top of the count.
It's all looking good.
We had a problem with that shit gang over on Lomas, but...
...we showed some muscle.
Took care of it.
No one wants to mess with the Salamancas.
You look good, Don Hector.
The doctors, they're gonna fix you up.
You're gonna get past this...
It's me. Can we meet?
- Now is not a good time. - I'm in town.
I can easily meet wherever's convenient.
Assume this is a secure line.
I spoke with your... security contractor.
I explained the situation again
but he's going to keep doing what he's doing.
But...what he's doing makes no sense.
Do his reasons matter?
They do if he's unreliable.
So I'm just supposed to let him
keep stealing my employees' badges?
I don't know where he's gonna turn up next
what disruption he's going to cause
what mess I'm gonna have to clean up.
This isn't something I want to spend my time worrying about.
Then I suggest you give the man a badge.
Varga and Salamanca's man -- Colón --
they came by in the afternoon.
Nephews were in his room all day.
Bruckner saw him three times
couple of specialists with her.
They took him for a brain scan.
That's everything. No change.
You want me back at the hospital?
Just a few more.
I know Chuck was thorough
but even I didn't think
there was gonna be this much paperwork.
Having worked with him as long as I did
I was actually pleasantly surprised by his restraint.
This is the agreement
- for the transfer of property, as discussed. - Mm-hmm.
If you can initial here...
and right down here.
Kim. No. Right on time.
没有 金 你来得正好
We were just finishing up Rebecca's side of things.
It's nice to see you again.
I'm sorry we didn't get a chance to talk more at the service.
Oh, well, I don't think anyone felt much like talking.
Jimmy's not coming.
I'm here on his behalf.
And that should do it.
I apologize for bringing us together so soon
after Chuck's service.
Um, it's really my fault.
Howard's being polite.
In any event we thought since Rebecca was still in town
better to talk through the estate in person.
Chuck left the house to Rebecca
and, as executor, I'll be liquidating the property.
Uh, Howard suggested -- and of course I agree --
that it would be the right thing
for Jimmy to go through whatever survived
and take whatever he wants --
I mean, anything with sentimental value.
We can set up a time.
The estate can provide a truck and storage
for anything he chooses to keep.
Jimmy doesn't want any of it.
I-I think the garage is pretty intact
uh, except for some water damage.
He doesn't want it. Thank you.
Okay. I understand.
Well, then, as far as Jimmy's concerned
all that's left is for him to sign this agreement letter.
Once that's done, we can disperse
his share of the estate.
Let me guess. $4,000?
It's what you give when you want to cut someone out of a will
but not have it contested
just enough money to show the recipient wasn't forgotten.
Chuck also left a substantial endowment
for a scholarship for deserving youth.
I was hoping Jimmy would agree to serve on the board.
I'll let him know.
Well...Chuck left Jimmy a personal letter.
Howard, thank you for everything that you've done.
I know it's been difficult.
It's hard on all of us.
Well, I don't want to keep you.
Let me walk you out.
Actually, Howard, we have a few more things to discuss.
事实上 霍华德 我们还有事要讨论
Uh, Kim, please give Jimmy my best.
It was very nice seeing you, Rebecca.
I just...had to know.
What were you thinking?
What were you thinking when you came to Jimmy
on the day of his brother's funeral
and laid that shit on him?
That Chuck killed himself?
What's wrong with you?
I thought I owed it to Jimmy to tell him.
Did you owe it to Rebecca?
You tell her your theory?
That Chuck intentionally set himself on fire?
I guess you just saved that one for Jimmy.
Kim, I didn't do it to hurt Jimmy.
No. You did it to make yourself feel better.
That - that's not what I was trying to do.
To make yourself feel better by unloading your guilt.
Who cares what it does to Jimmy, right
as long as Howard Hamlin is okay?
Kim, I-I don't think that's fair.
Let's talk about fair.
Hey, let's let Jimmy dig around the fire-damaged wreck
where his brother died screaming!
And then let's let him pick up a keepsake or two.
That is so, so fair!
And did I hear you right?
You want him to serve on the board of a scholarship committee?
A scholarship that Chuck never
in a million years would have given to Jimmy.
It is just -- I mean --
Oh, what's this, too, huh, Howard?
What's in this?
One last, "Screw you, little brother," from beyond the grave?
Am I really supposed to do this to him?!
What can I do to make it better?
There is nothing you can do.
I hope you're hungry. I bought way too much food.
Uh, yeah, I can always eat.
If I remember correctly, in, uh, five minutes
one of the classic-movie channels is showing
uh, "White Heat" without interruption.
The other is showing "Jaws 3" with commercials
so a real Sophie's choice.
It is "Jaws 3-D," to be exact.
But Cagney wins this one.
All right. Hey, I got us, uh, Thai iced teas
unless you want me to pour you something a little less non-alcoholic.
No. I'm good with that.
So, how was the job search?
Pretty good. I, uh, got a couple leads.
Actually, I got an offer.
- Really? - Yeah.
But, uh, it didn't feel quite right.
It was, uh -- It just wasn't a perfect fit.
But I think I might get a call back
on one or two of the others.
Wow. This was a pretty good first day.
You know, somebody's gonna be lucky to get you.
And how was your day?
I just mostly stayed here.
Trying to get organized.
No pressure from Paige and Kevin
but I got to get back on the horse, right?
And, uh, the movie's about to start.
So, where is the remote?
"巴伐利亚男孩" 赫梅尔陶俑价格 8740.75美元
I'm not available at the moment.
Listen, I got something for you.
I think you're really gonna like this, so call me.
We're taking six tonight.
Six keys. It's what the boss would want.
You gonna back me up or what?
That was a one-time-only.
Not the way we see it.
That's the way it is.
Salamancas get six.
We're not leaving without six.
Your boss isn't giving orders.
He can barely even open his eyes.
I'm giving the orders.
Take the five or leave with nothing.
Do you want to go?
You really want to do this?
Yeah. That's what I thought.
That's how you do it.
We had them pissing their pants.
I know what you've done.
The Salamancas -- they do not.
Do you understand what I'm saying?