Mike stops Pryce from being tricked by the police. He makes a deal with him, promising to find Pryce's stolen baseball cards but not for free. He then tracks Nacho and makes a deal with him. Chuck interrupts HHM meeting with Jimmy but Jimmy doesn't lose himself. Because of Pryce's bad decision to talk to the police, Jimmy makes himself his first case representing a drug dealer and fabricating evidence.
Did You Know?
The real-life name of the business used as the location for the auto upholstery shop is - interestingly enough - Walt's Top Shop. See more
Pryce Warmold claims his prized cards are protected in top loaders, including Hank Aaron and Mickey Mantle's rookie card. When they're reclaimed from the trunk of Nacho's ride, the cards are filed unprotected in a huge box used for common cards. See more
See you tonight?
Maybe. If you play your cards right.
Featured in Talking Saul: Switch
Written by Robert Lamm
Performed by Chicago See more