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When Mike's hand is forced, he can no longer hide his frustration; Mike and Jimmy work together to keep the peace.


Colin Bucksey


Vince Gilligan (created by), Peter Gould (created by) | 3 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bob Odenkirk ... Jimmy McGill
Jonathan Banks ... Mike Ehrmantraut
Rhea Seehorn ... Kim Wexler
Patrick Fabian ... Howard Hamlin (credit only)
Michael Mando ... Nacho Varga (credit only)
Michael McKean ... Chuck McGill (credit only)
Ed Begley Jr. ... Clifford Main
Kerry Condon ... Stacey Ehrmantraut
Dennis Boutsikaris ... Rick Schweikart
Jessie Ennis ... Erin Brill
Josh Fadem ... Camera Guy
Omar Maskati ... Omar
Raphael Sbarge ... Mr. McGill
Stephen Snedden ... Con Man
Eileen Fogarty ... Mrs. Nguyen


Saul represents Mike, who changes his story about the ownership of the gun to hold up his end of the bargain with Salamanca. Kim is thinking about accepting the new job offer while Jimmy intends to resign from Davis & Main until he finds out he'd have to pay back the signing bonus he received. Therefore he works hard to get himself fired. He plans to start up a law firm and hence he makes Kim an offer i.e. to become his law partner. But they both know Jimmy tends to bend the rules so in the end Kim declines the offer. Out of a job, Jimmy wants to reinvent himself. After her job interview, Kim reflects about her possible partnership with Jimmy. She changes her mind and accepts Jimmy's offer but under her own terms. Written by Andreea D

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Crime | Drama


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Did You Know?


Stephen Snedden, who plays the con man attempting to scam Jimmy's father at his store, was a main cast member in The Lone Gunmen (2001), another spin-off created by Vince Gilligan. Michael McKean also appeared in The Lone Gunmen in a recurring role. See more »


When the scene appears of Jimmy in his father's corner store, Jimmy peeks around a shelf housing cans of 'P$$T' cans. Although the scene is a flashback, taking place in the 1970s, the P$$t! brand was only introduced in 2015 as a Kroger store brand. See more »


Jimmy McGill: I don't need you... I want you.
Kim Wexler: You've got me... just not as a law partner.
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Referenced in Talking Saul: Klick (2016) See more »


Written and Performed by Dennis Coffey
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Kim and Jimmie Show
21 May 2018 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

There are a couple of neat things going on. Sometimes in our lives a moment happens where a decision has to be made and it will steer our course forever. Kim is approached by Jimmie to become a partner in "his" firm. He finds out, however, that if he quits his job, he will have to pay back his huge bonus. So he launches into a comedic effort to get himself fired. Kim continues in her sultry blonde way to stay attached to her job, knowing that she has no cred, but she also knows she has an offer from the firm that is representing her adversaries. Mike hires JImmie and they go to do a sellout to avoid harm coming to his granddaughter from the drug cartel. Jimmie runs off at the mouth and Mike is personally being torn apart inside. For his pitfalls, he is a man of integrity. So the setup has happened. It's time for "Saul" to go to work.

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Release Date:

28 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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