Jimmy's publicity stunt has served its intended purpose and he soon has a list of prospective clients. The first of these, a somewhat eccentric man by the name of Big Ricky Sipes seems just too good to be true - which is exactly the case. Another is seeking to get a patent on his new invention - which looks very much like a flush toilet. A third wants a will drawn up - perhaps the most complicated ever. Jimmy decides to focus on the elderly and soon finds himself trolling for clients in retirement homes. Meanwhile, Jimmy's brother Chuck has a confrontation with the police after a neighbor complains that he stole their newspaper. He has a mental breakdown and is hospitalized with the doctor recommending he be sent for a 30 day psych evaluation. Mike Ehrmantraut's past seems to have caught up to him and he is taken in by the police.
Did You Know?
The conversation outside of Chuck's room at the hospital lasted well over 3 minutes. Yet the clock on the wall never moved from 10:25. See more
[knocking on Chuck's front door
Albuquerque police. Hello? Sir, we'd like to talk with you for a minute. Could you open the door, please? Look, we know you're in there. You're casting a shadow through your peephole. All we want to do is talk. Would you please open the door?
I'd, uh, I'd prefer not to, officers.
Sir, come on and open up.
I have a condition. Uh, I can't go outside or be exposed to what's out there.
You were able to come outside to steal your neighbor's newspaper.
References The Third Man
Better Call Saul Main Title Theme
Written and Composed by Little Barrie
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