Better Call Saul (2015–…): Season 6, Episode 10 - Episode #6.10 - full transcript

Are you wondering how healthy the food you are eating is? Check it -
[APM's "Harvest Sandalwood"

Oh, come on, you...

Can I gave you a hand?

If I needed a hand,
I'd ask for it...

Thank you very much.

There you go, miss.Thanks.

How's it going?

Eh. Could be worse.
Brain's still working.

Is it a pastrami day?

Yeah. Uh, one
and a quarter pounds. You got it.

Not a pound and a half,
you overshot last time.

Sorry 'bout that.

What do we have here?

Extra-sharp Wisconsin cheddar.

"Extra-sharp," hmm?

Ohh. [Spits]

You can keep it, Wisconsin.

[Scooter whirring]

[Whirring continues]

[Engine revving]

It wasn't like this
when I came before.


Gene: Need some help?

I'm fine!

Are you sure
you don't want a push?

I'm sure.

[Dog barking in distance]

What happened to poor Nippy?

Ah. It was my fault.

I was driving
with the windows open,

you know, before all this hit.

And... I don't know...
Something got into him.

He saw a cat or something...
But he jumped.

Oh, no.

I pulled right over,

screaming my head off,

Ohh.But... he was gone.

Oh, that's terrible.

I hope you find him.

If you could keep an eye out.

Yeah, I will.

I-I live right over here
on... on Clementine.

This is my route.

When I can get this thing going.

[Exhales sharply]

Maybe just a little push.

Well, if you're sure
you don't mind.

I'm happy to help.




Throw it in neutral.

And one, two, three.


There you go.

Oh, sorry for the trouble.

Put it back in drive.
Not at all.

Have a nice day. Yeah, you too.

Hope you find Nippy.

Thank you.

What in the world?

How ya doing, Marion?

Great. Ah, good.

Are you okay? Oh, yeah.


[Birds chirping]

[Brakes squeak]

[Engine shuts off]

[Children talking indistinctly
in distance]

[Taps feet]

Okay, okay, okay.

Marion: Actually,
it's my favorite meal to cook.

Hmm. I like it. And I think
my secret is...


In the kitchen, Jeffie!

I have a little trick.

I bet it's the same
we do in my family.

An egg.
I knew it.

And you really work it in.

I mean, you got to use
your hands.

You are speaking my language.

Do you cook? Uh, just a few favorites,
nothing fancy.

Yeah, simple's best.
I mean, why fuss?

Oh. Jeffie, this is Mr. Takavic.

Oh, please,
Mr. Takavic was my father.

Call me "Gene."

Don't worry, hon,
he's not an ax murderer.

If he was gonna chop me to bits
he'd have done it already.

Right, Gene?[Both chuckle]


Well, don't just stand there
like a bump on a log, join us.

Sometimes he gets a little
nervous around new people.

Ma... Well, you do.

Now come on.

Grab a glass and sit down.

[Sighs, clears throat]

Tell him how we met, Gene.

Oh, yeah.

Uh, well,
I was looking for Nippy...

His dog, poor thing.

Well, he ran away.

And Gene here
was putting up posters.

And your mom was on her way back
from Hansen's.

And my wheels got stuck
in the snow.

Well, that was before
the whole thing conked out.

Yeah, but Gene here
saved the day.

He even fixed my dumb scooter...
With duct tape!

[Sighs] Ah.

To Gene. Come on.




So your mom tells me
you're a cab driver?

Have you ever driven
anyone famous?

Oh, he sure did.

Tell him, Jeffie.

Sammy Hagar.

The Red Rocker?!

Hey, I love him.

♪ I can't drive 55 ♪

That's it! Hey!

[Both laugh]

What was he like?
Big tipper?

I guess.[Egg timer dings]

Mm.Oh. You know what?
You stay comfy.

I will rescue
this beautiful creation.

Look at that.

[Singsong voice]

Gene's staying for dinner.

Dude, what the fuck?!

[Normal voice] I know
it's awkward, right?

But you don't have to
call me "dad." Yet.

I dunno what this is about...
But all I have to do

is pick up the phone
and it's bye-bye, Saul Goodman.

Yeah, but you haven't picked up
the phone yet, have you?

Or tried to strong-arm me
for cash.

And guess what?
I know why.

Because reward money,

That's not gonna
tickle your pickle.

I know what you really want.

Oh, yeah?
What's that?

You want in the game.

"The game"?
W-What... What game?

The game.

The one you've been watching
your entire life.

You got your nose pressed up
against the glass,

peerin' in
while the big boys play.

Man, speak English.

What the hell
are you talking about?

The game.

It's right there...

You can see it,
but you can't touch it.

The cars, the clothes, the cash.

The ladies.

It's about knowing
all the angles, you know,

putting it all on the line
and winning big.

But here you are, Jeffie.

Standing outside
with the suckers.

Tryin' to pay off that cab,
sweatin' the bills,

gettin' older.

It's so close, but, damn it,
you just can't get in.

Until now.

I can make it happen.


Saul Goodman.

So, here's the deal.

I will show you the game.

And then we're done.

[Lock clicks]


Man: two days.

Caller thinks
it's brother-in-law

with history of violence.

Woman: 10-4.

[Indistinct talking
on police scanner]

Man #2: Noise complaint.
50 or so teens.

Parents possibly out of town.

Neighbors say
this is not the first time.

Man #3:10-20?

37882 Crestview.

Woman #2:
Headed that way.

Woman #3: Missing juvenile.
Caucasian male.

6'2", 240 pounds.

Last seen at gas station
on Kerrywood and Western.


[Indistinct talking
on police scanner]

Man #4: Parents called?

Got ahold of Mom.
ETA is 20 minutes.

Woman #4:10-23.

[Indistinct talking
on police scanner]

[Electricity buzzing, shuts off]

G'night, ladies.

See ya, Gene.Bye.


[Sweeper whirring]

[Breathing deeply]


[Exhales slowly]

There a problem?

No, I...
I just came to say thanks.

Um, I'm Gene.

From Cinnabon.

Uh, you called the EMTs for me

when I... fainted.

I remember you.

"Get a lawyer!"

Frank: Nick!
Do I detect Cinnabons?


Well, Christ almighty,
get him in here.

I'm sorry about
the lawyer thing.

Just slipped out.

It's a free country.

Gene: [Sighs]

Uh, Gene Takavic.

Uh... [Chuckles]

Hey, Gene. I'm Frank.
This is Nick.

Yeah. Nick here, um,
did me a solid,

so, uh...




Enjoy yourselves.[Chuckles]

Well, God bless ya.

Well, 9:45.

Nick, you wanna
grab yours to-go?

He's gotta check the lot.




You want to take a load off?

Grab yourself a cup of coffee
if you'd like.


Okay. [Chuckles]


I should not be doing this.


[Coffee pouring]

Hey, do me a favor,

if you were ever to cross paths
with my wife, shh.

Oh.[Both chuckle]

Scout's honor.

Oh, man.

I haven't had one of these
in forever.

Watching my waistline.

Yeah, but every now
and then... No harm, right?


Oh, wow.
[Clears throat]



So, did you catch the game
last night?

The game?

What the hell is wrong
with those guys?

I can't even talk about it.


Really thought
this was the year.

Yeah, me too.


You know,
Texas wasn't even ranked.

I know.

Play-calling was crazy.

The worst.

Three downs to make
a foot and a half?

How hard can it be?

Well, you can't win
when Martinez plays like that.


I mean, what's up with him?

You think something's off?



Next week, Oklahoma State.

The Okies.

Uh, that's what we called them.

You ever done the drive?
Topeka, Wichita... Nice.

[Chuckles] Well,
then you haven't done it.

Can't beat Memorial.

Damn straight.

What do you love most?

Now, that's a tough one.

You think Weedon'll come through
on his home turf?

No way!

With that thumb? Thumb's a dealbreaker.

I'll tell you something.

The Cougar helmet
was the thumb-breaker.

[Both laugh]




Welp, I should probably
be heading back.

Well, thanks again.

Oh, it's the least I could do.

Have a good one.

Come back anytime.


[Lalo Schifrin's
"Jim On The Move" plays]

Have a good night,
Gene. Goodnight, Krista.



Gene, Gene,
the Cinnabon machine.

[Chuckles] I could smell ya
coming up the hallway.

Oh, I get that all the time.

Here you go, guys.

Hey, can I...

Hey, Gene, don't even ask.
Grab a coffee.

That was one hell
of a game, huh?

What were you thinking
at halftime?

Well, uh, I was thinking,

"Hey, this could, uh...

This could be a long one."

And I tell you, you know who
I'm not bitching about today?

Pelini. Nah.Pelini. That's...
Yeah, the coach.

You know me.
I go at him when things are bad,

but when he does something good,
I'm all about it.

Goodnight, Gene. Goodnight!

Frank: [Chuckles]

They got him in there
for a reason.


[Door buzzes]

- [Speaks indistinctly]

[Indistinct conversations]


I still got it.


Gene: [Sighing]

Can I help you, sir?

Oh, yeah.

Uh, no thanks.

I'm just browsing.

Okay. Yeah.

4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9...


15, 17, 18.

6, 7, 8, 9, 10.

[Inhales sharply]



11, 12, 13,

14, 15.

Alright. Aaand...

17 feet.

Right here.


Ribbon it off.

Come on.

All the way, guys.


Check, check, one, two.
One, two.

Alright, let's move.

Starting position.
Right down there.

Alright, we ready?

And grab your bag!

And go!

That's it!
Move! Move!

Go! Go! Go! Go!
Go! Go! Go!

Armani suits and run!

Air Jordan shoes for you!

Linen shirts for free!

Cashmere sweaters out the door!

Patagonias to survive!

Swanky sweatsuits in the mix!

Ohh. What?

Too many.

You gotta be precise.

Just three of each.


And why do I gotta run
around like an asshole?

I already told you.

Three minutes.

Got it?
That's our window.

Yeah, but why three minutes?

Because at three minutes,
that's when security sees you

on the cameras and the cops haul
your ass to jail, alright?

So let's go. Wait...
there's cameras?

Sure, there's cameras!

They erase the tapes
every 72 hours.

So that's why you only
take three of each.

And only the pricey stuff.

When the store opens
the next morning,

they won't even know
they were robbed.

By the time they do inventory,

No more Jeffie on the tape,

So, three items, three minutes.

It's easy.

Let's go.

How many of each?


Pigs get fat,
hogs get slaughtered.

I dunno...

What don't you know?

It's just, this whole thing...
It seems crazy.

Is this too hot for you?

You know, just say so.

You know what?
Screw it.


I'll tell you what's crazy.

high school chemistry teacher

comes into my office.

The guy is so broke,
he can't pay his own mortgage.

One year later,
he's got a pile of cash

as big as a Volkswagen.

That's crazy.

I'll do it.

This sounds good to you?

I think it'll work.

Well, look at you.

You're young.

You're probably, uh,
fast on the feet, huh?

Okay, I-I didn't say
I wouldn't do it.

I just had some questions
about, like, logistics.

Are you in or out?


[Sighs] Okay.

Back to one.

Check, test, one, two, one, two.

Okay, and ready, set, action!

Move! Move! Move!

Pick up the pace!
Go! Go! Go!

Armani suits and run!

Air Jordan shoes for you!

Linen shirts for free!

Cashmere sweaters out the door!

Patagonias to survive!

Swanky sweatsuits in the mix!

Let's go! Let's go!
Let's go!


Let's ask maintenance
to give this area a polish.

Got it, I'll call now.


Okay, then.
Have a good night.

You too.

Excuse me, ma'am?

There's a delivery.

A delivery?


No, no.


You are not leaving that thing
on my loading dock.

No way.

Fourteen twelve
Cottonwood Drive...

Dock... Dock D.

Let me see.

Two-stroke engine sprayer pumps?

This is a department store.

Does it look like
we use sprayer pumps here?

Well, we don't.

I was given this address, ma'am.

I need to talk
to your supervisor.

Got it.
You stay right here.

[Cellphone vibrating]

[Cellphone beeps]
Dispatch. Steve.

Yes... this is Kathy Deutsch,

I'm the manager
of a Lancaster's in Omaha.

And you guys
just delivered something

that we did not order.

Your guy brought a giant wooden
crate onto my loading dock,

seems to be some kind
of spraying system.

The invoice number
is 1-9-6-8-AE35.

Okay, just, uh, give me a second
to catch up here.

Uh, sprayer pump.

Yeah, I think I got it.

Omaha, right?

Yes, but I run
a department store.

We don't sell anything
like that.

Clearly this is a mistake
you need to fix.

Oh, my God.
I'm so sorry, ma'am.

My boss is gonna just...

Ah, great.

Ricky's booked solid.


He's the driver.

Well, Ricky's just gonna have
to put the box back on the truck.

Uh, little problem with that.

Cargo space.

He's got a pickup
at the airport in an hour.

It's a messy one, too.

It's, uh, nine hundred pounds
of Spanish mackerel.

Okay. I'm sorry,
but that's not my problem.

No, I know.
It's just... Wow.

I mean, if he's late,
that's gonna stink.

Pun intended.

Everything okay?

Yep. Oh, I'm just, uh,
putting out fires.

It's a delivery issue.

Don't worry.Okay.

I got it.


You still there?
Kathy: Yes.

Look, I don't know what to
tell you about your fish issue,

it's just I can't have
a huge box just...

I-I understand.

It's just... I mean,
we both have people

we have to answer to, right?

Hey, I've got an idea.

Um, I've got an extra truck.

I could drive over there myself.

How long till you get here?

Well, I'm just over
in Urbandale.

Um, so, if I leave right now,
be there in four hours.

Four hours?

No, no, it's fine.
I don't mind the drive.

I'll crank the tunes,
it'll be like old times.

I mean, no, I can't wait
around that long.

We're closing
for the night here.

Oh. Whew.


How's this?


If you promise me that...

Ricky will get back here
by 10:00 a.m. tomorrow...

I'll hold the box overnight.

You would do that?

Oh, my God.
You're a lifesaver.

What's your name again?


Yeah, my guy'll be there,
10:00 a.m. on the dot.

With flowers.

Well, f-flowers
won't be necessary...

but thanks for the thought.

No, thank you.



G'night, ladies.

Krista: 'Night. Paula:
Good night, Gene.

[Door buzzes]

Gentlemen. Hey, Gene.

Heya, Gene.

Well, better hit it.

Good luck to Lizzie
on that spelling bee.

She's a little nervous.

Nah, she's gonna be great.

Yeah. Hey,
Huskers are back.

[Chuckling] Ohh.

Probably heard me screaming
all the way in Lincoln.

I was hoarse.

Uh, and Martinez... ahh.

484 yards?
That's a freshman record!

You know what?

I love that kid.

Hey, if he and Kinnie
keep it up,

I think they still got a shot.

Your lips to God's ears.


Ahh. Okay.






Hello, gorgeous.



[Cellphone vibrates]

Jeff: [Sighs]

One, Armani suits and run.

Armani, Armani, Armani.




Two, Air Jordan shoes for you.


Three, linen shirts for free.

One, two, three.

Four, cashmere sweaters
out the door.

Yes, yes, yes.

One, two, three.

Five, Patagonias to survive.

6,000 more seats.

6,000 more fans.

I don't know.
All those luxury suites?

Start saving now.

Mm, you see that interview
with Pelini?

The guy's feeling his oats.

He can taste it now.

You think he'll ever get outta
Osborne's shadow?

Osborne... what a career.


I mean, a hall of famer
and a congressman?


Seven, spendy dresses
sent from heaven.


'95 team?

What a line up.

I mean,
the "I formation."

Well, I'll tell ya, Pelini could
have taken a page outta that book.

Nine, pricey lingerie is mine.

Ten, calfskin briefcases
for men.

Apples and oranges, my friend.

Oh, come on.

Osborne had the great
Tommie Frazier.

Frazier! Yeah, say it with me.
Frazier. Yeah, sure, sure.

Huh? Say it with me.

Twelve, luxury pumps
to un-shelve.

How about that 44-21 win
against the Buffs?

Be still my heart.


Seventy-six yard pass
to Reggie Baul and...

And never sacked once.

Wow. You have got
quite a memory.

Yeah, well, uh,
I'll tell you what.

I can remember every stitch
of clothing

I was wearing during that game,

but ask me what I had
for dinner last night

and [whistles] clean slate.

[Chuckles] Yeah.
Tell me about it.



Well, I tell ya, if you're
not passing the ball,

that's what's gonna happen.


Eighteen, Kate Spade's queen.

Nineteen, Calvin leathers
on the scene.

Twenty, Uggs look funny.

Sure looks pretty, Huskers red
against that green.

It's like Christmas out there.

Ahh! Ugh!


You okay?

Wrong pipe.

Oh, okay.

Mmm. Ohh.

So, you think our guys
are gonna move to the Big Ten

like they're saying?

Big Ten?

Yeah. I mean,
they're just chasing

the, you know, mighty dollar,
if you ask me.

I mean, both powerhouses,
'course. [Chuckles]

But, you know, you got
Oklahoma and Texas over here.

But Michigan,
Ohio State over there.

I-I don't know.

Guess I like tradition.


So good.

That center.

Just amazing.


Wow. Mmm.

[Crying] Oh, God.

What am I doing?


[Crying] Look at me!
I don't know.

I-I don't know.

Oh, Jesus.



Oh, God.


You have a wife, right, Frank?

Well, yeah.


And she's waiting for you.

Look at me.

I got...

I got no one.

My parents are dead.


My brother...

My brother is dead.

I, uh...

I got no wife...

No kids.

No friends.

If I died tonight...

no one would care.

What difference would it make?

Gene, buddy...

No, I-I-I'm sure that you mean
a lot to, you know...

To a lot of... lots of people.

If I died tonight, my landlord
would pack up my stuff.

It'd take him three hours.

And Cinnabon would just
hire a new manager.

Gene who?


I'd be gone.
I'd be...


a ghost.

Less than a ghost.
I'd be a... a sha... shadow.

I'd just be...


I mean, Frank...
What's the point, Frank?

What's the poi...


Ah. [Chuckles]

Oh, you... I'm so sorry.

You didn't need to hear
any of that.

No, no, no, no, no,
that's... that's okay.

No, that... that is okay.

[Breathes deeply]

Everybody has bad days.

You've felt like this?

No, I mean, not me...
But people.

I-I think a lot of people.

Yeah, I mean, i-it's just like
life's ups and life's downs.

[Chuckles] Yeah.

Hey, you're not gonna tell
Nick, are you?

Oh. [Scoffs]

No, 'course not.

Well... thanks so much
for listening.

Yeah, no, no.
No p... No problem.

[Breathing heavily]

Customer: I don't know.

I'm thinking maybe
blue or black?

What's the occasion?

My sister's wedding.

Oh, very exciting.

Um, what size are you?

Usually a 38 or a 40?

Do you want to try both?

Let's do it.

Sir, do you need help?

I'm good.

Well, Barbara's right here
if you need anything.


Kathy, is this it? Yes.

Excuse me, ma'am? Truck's here
to pick up that big box.

Great, thank you.

the guy brought flowers?



Look. Ooh la la! Ooh la la!


Check this out.

Buongiorno, ladies!

How much you think
we can get for 'em?

I don't know.
Maybe... five hundred each?

But shit, man.

Maybe I just keep 'em
for myself.

I've been eyeing these Jordans.

You guys enjoying yourselves?

Well, hold onto that feeling.

'Cause this is it.

Yeah, we know.

Well, in case you forget...

You transported stolen goods

with a value exceeding
five thousand dollars.

And the truck you used to do it
was rented in Council Bluffs,

across state lines.

You told us to rent
the truck over there...

Theft from
an Interstate Shipment.

Up to ten years.

Transportation of Stolen Goods.
Another ten years.

Sale of Stolen Goods.
Ten years.

Conspiracy to commit
a federal crime...

Whoa, whoa. "Conspiracy"?
It was your idea.

Yeah. It's called
"mutually assured destruction."

So, if I go down, you go down.

Man, you don't
havta threaten us.

We're all friends here.

I am not your friend.

And if you get greedy
and you decide

to come back for more, don't.

Gene Takavic...
You never heard of him.

The Cottonwood Mall?
You don't go there.

You see me coming, you cross
to the other side of the street.


Now I need you to say it:
"we're done."

[Chuckling] Come on! Say it.

"We're. Done."

Say it.

We're done.

We're... We're done.

Marion: Gene?

Hey, Gene, I see your car!


[Clears throat]

Well, that's a start.

Looks like your problem
is the master cylinder.

Look at you boys, hard at work.

[Sighs] Well, Marion, guys,
I got to get going.

I will take another look
next time.

Wait a minute.

No, you can't go anywhere
looking like that.

Come on inside and wash up.


Jeffie, don't vex me.
Come on, Gene.

You can help me
with the groceries.

Huh, Gene? Sounds like a plan.

[Water running]

Marion: Nice of you to
help Jeffie with his car.

You might not know it, but
my boy's had some tough times.

He, uh... He fell in with
a bad crowd back in Albuquerque.

Albuquerque, huh?
Never been.

Lucky you.

But things are so much better
for Jeffie here.

Even more so
now that he knows you.

You're a good influence, Gene.

Oh, where's my brain?

I keep forgetting to ask you
about Nippy.


Oh, oh, right.

You're not gonna believe this,

but, uh, he was with a family

the whole time, just...
Just a few blocks away.

Oh, well, that's wonderful!

He's in great shape.

So, after all that...

a happy ending.

Oh, well...

Here you go, Ma'am.

And looky here.

For you, m'lady. Thank you.

Hey, Gene,
aren't you taking lunch?







Saul: [Chuckles] I get it.
You get over it, okay?

Please, believe me.

Before you know it,
you'll forget all about it.


[Wind whistles]