His emotional state at that point: "Irritated.". Workers push a series of buttons, powering down most of the HHM building. Jimmy throws out his rolodex, believing that he's burnt his bridges with his elder law clientele. You called Hamlin. Gus seems suspicious, but says nothing. No, I mean, what are you carrying? Announcing the Top 50 Finalists in the 2018/19 Launch Pad Feature Competition! So, this is a transcription of the spoken dialogue and audio. Starring: Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt, R.J. Mitte, Bob Odenkirk, Steven Michael Quezada, Jonathan Banks, Giancarlo Esposito. It was always you, right? HOWARD: Oh, I couldn't have stopped them if I wanted to. But if you make a deal with somebody, you keep your word. You're not working here. Erin Brill, calling Jimmy out for real while also being part of Jimmy's atonement scheme. My phone died. That’s not to say there’s all bad inside of Jimmy. Nacho’s plans for Hector finally come to fruition, but has he been found out for his role in Hector’s incident? What was so important that you had to call Howard before our meeting? It's one of the perks of living in Chuckland. After the accident, Kim realizes how serious it was for her to drive without sleep, and that her actions could have killed somebody. But Slippin' Jimmy with a law degree is like a chimp with a machine gun. [3] Terri Schwartz of IGN rated the episode 9.5/10 stars, saying "Better Call Saul pulled off a fantastic Season 3 finale that perfectly balanced its storylines and brought a big lesson to Jimmy's doorstep. I believe that you're way out of your depth in this matter. Right? No, I mean. Why were you working against me, Chuck? 8FLiX provides all of this to you without cost for your entertainment, convenience, and study. … Uh, I have a cooler of water in the car, some soft drinks. In happier times, a teenage Chuck reads ''The Adventures of Mabel'' to a young Jimmy in a tent in their backyard. He goes into his mailbox and makes a call on Saul’s phone. STACEY (quietly): Alright. BETTER CALL SAUL Review: “Lantern” 1. SAUL: Okay. His expression is blank and broken, his actions listless. CHUCK: The very best. Was wondering if you had a moment? I'm so lucky to have you looking out for me. I really think you should reconsider. This deal he's doing with you, he's doing outside his crew. But I'm willing to set that aside to work with you on this. Kick off your shoes, like this. Jimmy tries to make amends with Chuck but Chuck tells Jimmy it is in his nature to hurt everybody around him and that he was never all that important to Chuck. We simply don't. The office is gone, they’re going to find a sublet for it, and she’ll work from home as a one-client law firm once she’s healed. His father asks Hector to leave, which makes Nacho play defense with Hector to try and convince him his father will come around given time. Howard has been by his side from day one of his mental affliction, and besides Jimmy, has been there to take care of him. Mike’s phone rings. Maybe. KIM: I don't know what image you have of him, past or present, or whatever he did or said, but Jimmy is a good lawyer. Mr. Schweikart, you're denying him access on what grounds? Tell me why. But thinking about what she said, I'd be a fool to pass up that money. Unable to find the source, he finally destroys the meter itself. I was. I mean, hey. HOWARD: The partners have made a decision and the why is not your concern. Good one, bad one? We'll be busy swatting them away, we'll never spend time on the actual case. The argument is staged, of course, but Erin clarifies afterward that she meant every word. You should do that. Documents calling into question the mental health of many of our elderly clients. Schweikart is throwing softballs. This is what you want? HOWARD: That everyone? Finally out of the mailroom, huh? SAUL: And I'd like to use 312 as an office. SCHWEIKART: But managed by licensed professionals. The reasons I'm never gonna leave HHM. You're going to count it. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. CHUCK: Yes, it's ours. CHUCK: Sit down, won't you? Jimmy found that case. They rent movies at a Blockbuster, which Kim watches with Jimmy while staying home from work. SAUL: Kim talked to me. Righting wrongs, taking down the bad guys. BETTER CALL SAUL Review: “Lantern” 1. CHUCK: Jimmy, we need to talk. You need to get ready. Suddenly, Jimmy sits up; "I really, really don't want to do it," he groans, but he's figured out a way to make things right with Irene. "Sunk Costs": While he is waiting for the police to take him into custody, Jimmy predicts that Chuck will alienate everyone he knows and die alone after being overwhelmed by his EHS. And the way I see it, you're not treating him fairly. "I could've killed somebody." We also have some video from this episode of "Breaking Bad" Keep scrolling to it! MIKE: Mm. I think it's best if Jimmy takes the of-counsel fee. HOWARD: A majority decision has been made by myself and the partners. Chuck decides to put Jimmy's mind at ease: "...the truth is, you've never mattered all that much to me.". God. The giant takes off running. You got it. Saul heads towards the door. Among those who tried in various ways to support Peck's right to more considerate treatment or due process was another professor, Joel Spingarn, who soon found himself dismissed as well. Is this how he becomes Saul Goodman? You been doing this long? Turns out there was a deleted call at 2 a.m. when I was asleep right there. Mesa Verde and Jimmy seem to be the life she’s chosen now, and through her healing she and Jimmy have grown even closer. The finale of BETTER CALL SAUL ends on a powerful note, as Jimmy and Chuck come to accept who and what they really are. JUDGE: Okay. SAUL: Well, you look good. We agree upon that? Terry McDonough directs. SAUL: Leave whenever they want? Confidence is good. Is it possible Jimmy (as Gene) will find her at the end of the series to reconcile with her and all of the dumb stuff he’s done? CHUCK: Um, Howard… The building is private property. Referring this case to HHM is for the good of the clients. Guy is as green as they come, but we'll be in there to make sure things fly right. EXT. SAUL: Wow, you are stretching that definition to its limit. He puts it on a charger, and then stares at it as he picks up the phone. MIKE: And I am sure that fella will keep buying. SAUL: No, no, it's perfect. Chuck is far too proud, which is something we’ve known since the very beginning of the show. COCKY: Really? We know she’s not around for Breaking Bad, but what happens to break them apart before that show begins? Kim fishes it out for him: "You never know." Or did he just swear never to move you back downstairs? I always turn my phone off before I put it in your mailbox. We have a lot of work to do. I just assume we're all heavy hitters. STACEY: Is everything ok? You're gonna take the money. As soon as Hector collapses, Gus desperately tries to resuscitate him, with only the audience aware of the paralyzed state Hector is destined to be left in. There’s something Chuck says to Jimmy that kills their relationship forever, “I don’t want to hurt your feelings, but the truth is you’ve never mattered all that much to me.” These simple words isolate Chuck from any outside help going forward, and soon he’s slipped into his old ways, turning off all of the electricity in the house, and removing all of the light bulbs. STACEY: Yeah, I bet that one’s gonna keep a lot of burglars away. GIANT: This the place where we wait? Read our reviews of more of your favorite shows here. The imperious, image-conscious president of Columbia University, Nicholas Murray Butler, though a longtime friend and former schoolmate of Peck's, promptly terminated the scholar's relationship with Columbia based on nothing but the scandal in the press. SAUL: No. Skip to content [email protected] 8FLiX discover your standom. No problem. Or do they give me the money and then I hand over the pills? A gas lantern falls off and starts a fire that begins to engulf the house. Howard feels that he deserves Chuck's respect and instead Chuck treats him like an unruly child that needs to be put in its place. NACHO: You really willing to blow up this deal over 20 bucks? It's no big deal. The next day, Jimmy leads Irene's chair yoga group when Erin Brill arrives, asking to meet Jimmy outside.