I just wanna be somewhere I can make a difference. His salary is as miserable as the washed-up lawyer takes on the defense of even bandits and criminals. What can I do for you? Kim, you've been taking forever searching for a paralegal. His practice is mostly wills for senior citizens while I'm focused on a single client at the moment, Mesa Verde with banking regulations that generate a ton of paperwork. Even failing that, its probative value doesn't outweigh how prejudicial it is. I suppose that's to prevent people from cheating with them. That's what I get for cheaping out.
I mean, I wouldn't put anything past him. Jimmy is deceptive, yet when pitted against someone with real craft in their deception, he loses. You free for breakfast tomorrow? And I see here both Word and Excel, you're comfortable with? Doesn't matter what he says. Hey, you have to hide them. What do you think you learned the most working there? Not really because even though he was a douche to his brother, he at least had his reasons. If Chuck has a plan for this tape, I don't know what it is. Now, I need you inside.
You're gonna go inside, buy a cup of coffee, a meal, whatever, and sit in a booth. He didn't talk to anybody. May I take your order? I hate to say it, but I think it might be time to kill the lights. Well, yes, I love their biscuits too. You can start by just telling me.
I got spoiled by a friend of mine the content of the last two episodes but still watched the whole show and enjoyed every minute. Jimmy became impatient removing the painters tape, Chuck shows him rolling it slowly is a better technique. Yeah, I probably shouldn't confront him. Chuck, do you have a second? We're all about making a difference. Why don't you want to see Jimmy? No wonder Rebecca left you. He even offers Jimmy some alcohol wipes.
Are we gonna follow this guy? And a number we can reach you at? Oh, they're these are used cards from the casino. Yeah, because you're searching for perfection and perfection is the enemy of perfectly adequate. It's a hot one today. Does he leave something from the bag inside? Jimmy has a 9:00 free. Took his tray of food, sat in a booth on the east side of the restaurant and put the knapsack on the floor. Does he switch the bag with someone? Under his seat, between his legs.
Dining in or to go? Uh, this Friday is open. He already knows they committed a crime and covers them before the law. I can't - Give me a dollar. I'd have heard something, for sure. This car doesn't have an ejector seat, does it? I was thinking of going to Cracker Barrel because they've got great air-conditioning. There was Mylar on the ceiling.
You need to step away. Probably get it excluded outright. Can we give her a test run, please? I was gonna come in, but then I thought maybe Jimmy shouldn't see me. Jimmy, can I have a moment? Don't you think someone with actual legal experience would be better? Howard I know my brother. It's all the all there is? Hey, you take care of that battery? This could also symbolize when Jimmy snapped. I gotta get back to it. Jimmy picking through the trash for evidence that wasn't there is now something that's happened multiple times.
So I don't know if that answers the question, except to say that's the government for you. You meet all sorts of people down there. He took 20, Jimmy took like 7 or 10. That was a trick question. I got a good feeling about this. The scamming customer to conviced Jimmy that he should steal from his father so that he would not end up as him. Good writing is finding something between that most viewers won't guess, but will still make sense and be rewarding once they do.
Where the heck is it? I think I'm bound by confidentiality, maybe? How may I help you? I have some information, but I don't wanna get in trouble. He said Chuck has a tape recorder wrapped in a space blanket in his desk drawer. I'm not convinced anyone in that situation could have anticipated the lengths their own brother would go to to incriminate them. And most are really great, really friendly, but you encounter some who are upset - belligerent. They made a lesser impact than Jimmy's. I think I've been very patient but the cost of these around-the-clock private investigators, is really starting to add up. And you'd never want to let a mistake slip through on their forms.