Don't worry about that, all right?
Look down. Look at the grass.
Kick off your shoes. Like this.
When was the last time you did that?
Feels good, right?
Grass, between your toes.
Well, I think maybe...
Maybe it's time we go in. We have a lot of work to do.
We need to get ready. You need to get ready.
If I were Schweikart and Cokely,
I'd seek a restraining order,
turn this into a civil-harassment issue.
Schweikart and Cokely can come after me
with a restraining order or anything else they got.
Confidence is good.
Facts on your side, better.
Know what you're walking into.
House needs a coat of paint.
I got her all her shots.
Healthy gums and no worms, no fleas.
I promise you, if the little sucker has fleas,
I'll-I'll kick her butt myself.
Yeah, it's just a dog.
Hey, it's good to have a dog around.
Bad guys think twice
about breaking into a house with a dog.
Yeah, I bet that one's gonna keep a lot of burglars away.
It's just a thought.
You know, you can always k-keep it over at my place,
and Kaylee can visit her anytime she wants.
Well, if you decide to keep her,
I got a giant bag of puppy chow out in the car for you--
all the supplies, everything you need.
The dog can stay here.
Yeah, just a lead on a job opportunity.
Your honor, Mr. Schweikart and his cohorts
are attempting to keep me away from their victims,
- Victims? - My clients. Yes. You're denying me access.
-迫害吗 -是的 你不让我见我的委托人
Even the worst prisoners in the basement of this building
are allowed access to a lawyer.
Are you saying my poor, elderly clients
have fewer rights than a bunch of jail inmates?
and no one is denying Mr. McGill access to his clients.
We're denying him access to the property...
- It's semantics. - Which is well within Sandpiper Crossing's rights.
The building is private property.
Paid for by the residents.
But managed by licensed health-aid professionals.
Okay, one at a time, gentlemen.
Mr. Schweikart, you're denying him access on what grounds?
These assisted-living residents
have a daily routine that they're used to,
and Mr. McGill, who is very loud and flamboyant,
is a disturbance to these routines.
Residents who want to see a lawyer--
free to leave whenever they want.
Leave whenever they want?
We're talking about elderly and infirm people here.
The most common phrase in this place?
"I've fallen, and I can't get up."
There's phone consultations.
There's mail and messenger services.
There's plenty of other ways to confer with clients,
But for residents who
don't want to be afflicted with Mr. McGill's presence,
This becomes an issue of civil harassment.
Wow! You are stretching that definition to its limit.
And F.Y.I., old people adore me.
Okay, I've heard enough.
I have enough here to let me rule on this restraining order.
Don't worry, Chuck. That's not smoke you smell.
别担心 查克 你闻到的不是烟
This mofo is on fire.
Your baby bro kicked some Schweikart ass today.
What the hell's all this?
There was a delivery while you were in court.
What, Schweikart and Cokely sent this?
They served interrogatories on each class representative.
Uh, this box is deposition notices,
documents calling into question the
mental health of many of our elderly clients,
attempting to stop the class from being certified
on the grounds they're not competent to file.
Oh, this is just the beginning.
They're gonna continue this document dump
until we're drowning in paperwork.
All right. We can deal with this.
I mean, hey, it's, uh...
it's just paperwork, right?
It's no big deal. Just hit it head on.
- Jimmy. - Prioritize.
Uh, most important stuff first.
Or is it better to, uh, deal with the easy stuff?
You know, get that off the decks.
And, uh, you tell me, Chuck.
I mean, you just point to a box.
Jimmy, we need to talk.
- Chuck. - Sit down, won't you?
I know you're not gonna like what I have to say next,
but facts are facts.
And what we're facing here, a case this size,
it is not a two-man job.
- We need help. - No.
And for the good of the clients,
we need to refer this case --
Don't say it. Don't say --
Refer it out to HHM.
We can do this. We're doing great on our own.
We don't need Hamlin or anyone else.
We can Erin Brokovich the shit out of this case.
Erin Brokovich didn't do it alone.
She and Ed Masry brought in heavy hitters from Los Angeles
to get that case across the goal line,
and that's what we need to do.
And there's no shame in that.
This is our case!
Yes, it's ours, and the task ahead is monumental.
Could we do it alone?
Could two men alone build the Brooklyn Bridge?
Maybe. But it would take forever!
Just how long do you think
the residents of Sandpiper Crossing have?
Referring this case to HHM
is for the good of the clients.
That argument you won today, against the restraining order?
Judge was never gonna grant that.
Schweikart is throwing softballs,
and he's gonna keep on throwing them over and over.
And we'll be so busy swatting them away,
we'll never spend any time on the actual case.
This case will span years,
and we don't have the capital to carry it forward by ourselves.
The case goes to HHM?
I submit to the dark side.
I'll call Kim and arrange a meeting.
All right. Good, Jimmy. Thank you.
太好了 吉米 谢谢你
I know you'll come to see that it's for the best.
I guess I'll have to get an office right next to yours.
Finally out of the mailroom, huh?
This the place where we wait?
...what did our guy tell you about the job?
It's a protection job. Civilian.
Guy is as green as they come,
but we'll be in there to make sure things fly right.
You been doing this long?
I-I just assume we're all heavy hitters,
and it makes sense -- the vet recommends best of the best.
Dealing with some of these ethnic types,
blood tends to run a little hotter.
That's just science. Physiology.
There's historical precedent. You know what I'm saying?
So, what you packing?
No, I mean, what are you carrying?
- What's the make? - Pimento is a cheese.
They call it the caviar of the south.
Look, you don't want to tell me what you're carrying,
so be it, but you don't have to be a douche about it.
Just told you what I'm carrying.
So you're saying... you don't have a gun?
Is that what you're saying?
How are you here without a gun? You have a gun?
- Yeah. - Yeah. Of course.
I got at least two guns on me that I'll tell you about.
I go old school with a Wilson Combat 1911,
I got a Glock 22 gen 3,
and those are just the ones I'll tell you about.
I mean, what the hell?
Really, how do you not pack a gun?
Hi. Hello. Uh, my name is Pryce.
Um, actually, that's not my name.
But, uh, I have a nephew named Pryce.
I've always kind of liked that name.
Anyway, we're not dealing with names today.
You can tell me or not tell me yours, or a fake one is fine.
If I need to talk to you,
I'd prefer something other than, "Hey, you."
Either way, you all come highly recommended, so thank you.
总之 你们都是被强烈推荐来的 谢谢
First order of business, we have a long drive ahead of us.
I have a cooler of water in the car, some soft drinks.
I don't drink coffee, but there is a diner on the corner.
Also a bathroom in there in case you need to go before, we go.
Second order, uh, money.
Just to be clear that the agreed-upon fee
of $500 per man is...agreed upon.
- Uh, if that's acceptable... - yeah, I have a thought.
How about you give me and man mountain $750 each
and send Uncle Fester there home?
He's not carrying a gun.
I-is that true? Y-you di-- you didn't bring a gun?
I didn't think I'd need one.
It's a protection job.
It's basic common sense that you need a gun
to protect your employer.
You're dead weight.
He's just a third wheel without a piece.
I'll tell you what, if I need a gun, I'll use one of his.
Really? One of my guns?
How do you picture that happening, exactly?
Well, I guess I'm gonna take it from you.
That...that is just special, huh?
"Take." How are you gonna take one of my guns?
I mean, come on, billy jack-off, take my gun from me.
Let me see it. Here. I'll make it easy for you.
让我见识见识 来 送到你跟前
You can make it not so easy.
What the -- son of a --
Okay, let's see what you got.
I mean, a guy like you,
I'll bet you'd have an ankle holster, wouldn't you?
You know, that's cute. What else?
Now, that's impressive.
So many guns, I don't know which one to use.
How about you? You want one?
But we need three guys.
No. No, we don't. Come on. Let's go.
不 不需要 来吧 走了
And now that I'm doing the job alone, I get the full $1,500.
Do we agree upon that?
You got this, okay? No problem.
- Yes. - The suit okay?
- Is it too tight or too hot? - Yeah.
-穿着紧不紧 热不热 -嗯
No, I mean -- no, no, no. It's -- it's good.
Yeah, well, you look -- you look good.
Can't even tell that's under there.
It was a good idea.
If at any point it's too much, you're uncomfortable,
we'll turn around and come home.
You want maybe like a safe word?
How about, "Get me the hell home"?
That'll work. Okay. Let's do this.
不错 好了 我们出发吧
Just going for a little ride.
Here, let me get that for you.
- Jimmy! - Just a sec.
I must have left my stupid phone on last night.
- It's dead. - Well, could you put it in the trunk?
He'll be here in one minute.
Anyone still have a phone, add it to the collection now.
- Okay, shut it down. - Okay, got it.
-好了 关机吧 -好的 知道了
How you doing? You doing all right?
- Yeah, yeah. - Okay, great stuff.
Okay, we're walking.
Walking in, Chuck. Here we go.
Good to see you, my friend. Welcome home.
见到你太好了 老朋友 欢迎回来
Howard, you didn't need to do all this.
Oh, I couldn't have stopped them if I'd wanted to.
Come on. Let's get you upstairs.
Yeah, sure. Hey, Francis.
好的 你好啊 法兰西斯
Oh, hey, you shaved.
To date, we have 68 very willing plaintiffs
signed to the class action
with the hopes of raising that number to 350 or more.
Many more now that we know
Sandpiper has facilities in five states.
Fraud, unfair and deceptive trade practices,
Jesus. Guys, this is...
Well, no case is ever a slam dunk,
but I feel as confident about this
as anything that's ever come through our doors.
Francis, start putting together teams to travel out of state,
talk to these residents.
Pair some fourths with our best second years.
Laura will take care of the travel arrangements.
take the list of clients Jimmy's signed,
introduce yourself as the face of HHM.
Make them feel secure and confident.
Hey, Howard, I'm glad you're all excited,
but, uh, can we slow down a second and discuss terms, maybe?
Kind of shot out of a canon with this case.
It's exciting stuff you have here.
Look, Chuck is already an equity partner,
and you, as the lawyer who brought this case to the firm,
we can guarantee you, say...
...20% of the common-fund share of the final settlement.
That's a few years down the road.
As for money for you now,
uh, we don't do referral fees.
HHM doesn't view that as ethical.
But what we could do is arrange an of-counsel fee
for the time that you've already put in --
time that you spent building the case.
I think we could go as high as $20,000.
That, too, will work.
Give us an official invoice,
and I'll have Helen cut you a check.
Oh, got it right here.
And, uh, I'd like to use 312 as an office.
It's right next to Chuck's.
- I'm sorry? - 312.
I know, it's got that view that the clients love,
but you know what?
That's a waste of space.
The waiting area by the kitchen is just as good.
Well, come on, guys. I mean, I need an office.
Can I have the room?
Everybody, please, just give us a few.
When the room's clear, Chuck.
Jimmy, I'm just gonna say it.
You're not working here.
What are you talking about?
You said this case is a slam dunk.
Yes. We want the case.
Uh, we don't want, um...
The case is all we want.
You got to be -- you're serious?
I walk in here with a multimillion-dollar
class-action lawsuit on a damn platinum platter...
a-a case that I found, that I made happen,
and you don't want me?
W-why in Christ not?
Well, I know that you hate me, Howard.
You better believe feeling goes both ways,
but I'm willing to set that aside to work with you on this.
Why can't you do the same for me?
What is it that you can't let go of?
What slight did I make to your fine, upstanding character
that you can't forgive?
A majority decision has been made by myself and the partners,
all due respect to you, Chuck.
We are not taking in any new associates into the firm.
Bullshit! "New associates"?!
Someone walks in with a case like this,
you beg them to be partner!
You didn't want me then, okay. You don't want me now?!
以前你不肯要我 行 现在你也不要我吗
I-I don't know what to say.
I am very disappointed.
I really think you should reconsider.
I'm sorry, but no.
I think it's best if Jimmy takes the of-counsel fee.
We could probably up it a bit.
Keep in mind, you will be well compensated in the back end.
It's easy money, Jimmy. No reason not to take it.
这么好赚的钱 吉米 没理由拒绝的
Go to hell, Howard.
I'm not giving you my case.
And I'm gonna tell every one of those clients
what a lying, miserable pig fucker you are.
I will burn the whole thing to the ground
before I give it to you.
Okay, then, if that's your decision.
Good luck to you moving forward.
What the hell just happened?
Was wondering if you had a moment?
Sure. Just give me a second.
I wanted to talk about what happened today.
With Sandpiper Crossing. Things didn't work out.
It was a good case, but...things happen.
I'm just trying to understand why.
Jimmy found that case.
He built it, did all of the legwork.
The class action doesn't exist without him.
He deserves a seat at the table.
I understand, but the decision has been made, Kim, so...
我明白 不过已经决定了 金...
Thank you for your input.
The partners have made a decision,
and the "Why" is not your concern.
I think it is my concern.
Because he's my friend,
and the way I see it, you're not treating him fairly.
The way you see it.
I don't know what image you have of him --
past or present --
or whatever he did or said to you,
but Jimmy is a good lawyer and he works very hard.
Did your friend send you in here to say that?
I'm saying it because I believe it.
Well, duly noted.
Want to know what I believe?
I believe that you're way out of your depth in this matter.
So, the next time that you want to come in here
and tell me what I'm doing wrong,
you are welcome to keep it to yourself.
Because I don't care.
I wonder how this is supposed to work.
I mean, who goes first?
You know, do I hand over the pills first?
Or do they give me the money and then I hand over the pills?
I mean, I guess it makes sense
if we just exchanged at the same time, right?
I mean, that's -- that's fair.
I mean, just count to three.
Probably the less talk, the better.
I suppose you could really over-think something like this.
Yeah. Well, in any case --
Here is what is going to happen.
You're gonna take the money. You're going to count it.
If it's all there, you hand them the pills.
I knew we needed three guys.
I knew it. It's a three-man job.
Do you have -- do you have the money?
Uh, we're -- we're short $20 -- $20.
那个 还 还少二十块
Agreed amount or no deal.
You saying I intentionally shorted you?
No. Mistakes happen.
You're really willing to blow up this deal over 20 bucks?
Uh, 80-milligram pills -- still factory-sealed.
You can pay me now.
So... h-how did you know?
How did you know not to bring a gun?
This $1,500 -- I'll just say it --
You're getting a bargain.
I put in a lot of legwork before coming here.
Now, that fella you just met with, name is Ignacio Varga.
He runs with a connected crew of drug dealers.
Now, this deal he's doing with you,
he's doing outside his crew.
He doesn't want his bosses to know,
So it was in his best interest that things go very smoothly.
The lesson is, if you're gonna be a criminal, do your homework.
总结一下 要当罪犯 先得做点功课
Wait. I-I'm not a bad guy.
No, I didn't say you're a bad guy. I said you're a criminal.
What's the difference?
I've known good criminals and bad cops,
bad priests, honorable thieves.
You can be on one side of the law or the other,
but if you make a deal with somebody, you keep your word.
You can go home today with your money and never do this again,
but you took something that wasn't yours,
and you sold it for a profit.
You're now a criminal -- good one, bad one?
I -- I can get more pills.
And I am sure that fella will keep buying.
Why don't you get us home?
You can sleep on it before you decide.
I was worried about you.
I must have called a dozen times.
Sorry. My phone died.
It's one of the perks of living in Chuck-land --
But tonight -- it's Jimmy-land.
I've got gin, I've got tequila,
I've got good Kentucky bourbon,
and you may partake with me in any beverage of your choice
on one condition -- you have to listen to me rant
about what an absolute unwashed asshole your boss is.
No, nah, it's true. Don't deny it.
He has reached a level of douchebaggery
that will live on for generations --
passed down by wind talkers and the like.
He'd rather tank a multi-million-dollar case
than work with me.
That's -- that's sick. He has a sickness.
No, he hates me that much?
I hate him more! What you drinking?
Yeah, I want to grab him by that stupid knit tie of his
and swing him around.
- Jimmy. - "Hamlindigo blue."
- How about "Hamlindigo blow me"?! - Jimmy!
I think you should take the deal.
I think you should slow down and think about it
because taking the deal really is the best thing for you.
You'll find yourself a proper office -- your office.
You'll build your practice.
You'll leave Hamlin and HHM behind --
You want me to give up the case?
I want you to be happy.
And I know you want to stay with the case, but...
You'll get all the financial reward without the risk.
How can that be bad?
You come here peddling that horseshit on me?
God, you?! You sure know where your bread is buttered, huh?
You don't want to go up against the boss. Is that it?
You're like a -- you're like a damn pod person.
What did Hamlin promise you?
Please, tell me he didn't buy you off cheap.
Did he promise you the office I asked for?
Or did he just swear never to move you back downstairs?!
Jesus, when did you come in?
I don't know. I...left my watch outside.
You know, maybe an hour ago.
Are you doing some ironing?
Hey, I know things didn't go well for us yesterday,
but, boy, being back in the office sure felt good.
I want to be prepared in case any more work comes my way.
And the space-blanket lining in the suit --
what a fantastic idea.
It really made being outside m-much more tolerable.
I'm thinking about taking a little walk
around the block later on.
That's great, Chuck. You should do that.
真棒 查克 你该出去转转
Jimmy, are you all right?
Well, I didn't sleep last night,
so just doing some soul searching,
and I -- I came to a decision.
I'm gonna take that deal.
This is what you want?
Kim talked to me. I got pretty nasty.
I'm not proud, but thinking about what she said,
I'd be a fool to pass up that money.
It is a lot of money.
And I have zero interest in working with Howard,
so it's probably best that we keep to our separate sandboxes.
Wish it could have worked out.
Yeah. Imagine that, huh?
The two McGill boys side by side storming the gates,
righting wrongs, taking down the bad guys,
and making a boatload of money to boot.
That would have been great, right?
I'll keep on Howard.
I won't badger him, but maybe I can gradually wear him down,
You know, get him to come around.
I'm so lucky to have you looking out for me.
I'll do what I can. I'm not promising anything.
No, I get it. It's a long shot.
Hey, he might change his mind.
Hey, maybe there is a way
that you could get Howard to change his mind.
- Jimmy, n-no. No, no, no. - No, no, it's -- it's perfect.
-吉米 不行 -不 这很完美
We've already been through all of this,
all -- all the reasons I'm never gonna leave HHM.
No, no. You -- but you don't have to really quit.
Okay, you just threaten to quit, right?
You get in a game of chicken with Howard.
He's got to blink, or HHM goes under.
It's -- it's a perfect plan.
- Jimmy -- - If that's what you want,
you know, u-us working together.
You can make it happen -- easily.
That reception you got yesterday at HHM --
How about that, right?
The whole lobby of HHM applauding for you.
Now, you threaten to pull out --
Hamlin would be insane to screw with you.
You've got the nuclear option.
Launch the doomsday device.
If working with me is what you really want.
You called Hamlin.
I always turn my phone off before I put it in your mailbox.
Two nights ago, it was left on -- battery drained.
两晚前 手机是开着的 第二天没电了
And I was so damn sure that I turned it off,
you know, 'cause I always do.
It's a habit, right?
So, it was nagging me. It was nagging me!
So I called the phone company.
Turns out, there was a deleted call at 2:00 A.M.,
when I was asleep right there.
And you know who's number?
The only person who could have made that call
and deleted it is you, Chuck.
Boy, that phone, huh?
Phone must have felt like a blowtorch in your ear.
All that electricity, all those radio waves
right up against the side of your head?
What was so important
that you had to call Howard before our meeting?
The only thing I can think, the only thing that makes sense
is you told him not to hire me.
It was always you, right?
Right back to when I passed the bar
and tried to join the firm.
You didn't want me.
It's the least you can do for me now.
We're supposed to look out for each other.
Why were you working against me, Chuck?
You're not a real lawyer.
You're not a real lawyer!
University of American Samoa, for Christ sake?
An online course? What a joke.
I worked my ass off to get where I am,
and you take these shortcuts and you think,
suddenly, you're my peer?
You do what I do because you're funny
and you can make people laugh?
I committed my life to this.
You don't slide into it like a cheap pair of slippers
and then reap all the rewards.
I thought you were proud of me.
When you straightened out and got a job in the mailroom,
I was very proud.
So that's it then, right?
Keep old Jimmy down in the mailroom
'cause he's not good enough to be a lawyer.
I know what you were, what you are.
People don't change. You're slippin' Jimmy.
And slippin' Jimmy I can handle just fine,
but slippin' Jimmy with a law degree
is like a chimp with a machine gun.
The law is sacred!
If you abuse that power, people get hurt.
This is not a game.
And you have to know, on -- on some level,
I know you know I'm right.
You know I'm right.
I got you a 20-pound bag of ice
and some bacon and some eggs
and a couple of those steaks that you like
and some fuel cannisters.
It's enough for three or four days.
After that, you're on your own.
Jimmy, come back inside.