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Title "Mijo"
Season 1
Index Season 1 Subtitles

Subtitles

​1
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He's really... it's really messed up.

2
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Hey, hello. Habla English?

3
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Hey, are you the son? Ow!

4
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Grandson.

5
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She hit... hit him while driving.

6
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My leg. El smack-o.

7
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Look. Look.

8
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Just a crazy old biznatch
who ran over my brother.

9
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It hurts so bad.

10
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It hurts so bad.

11
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It hurts so bad.

12
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Look at that. Yeah, it's this one.

13
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- My leg.
- She... she broke his leg.

14
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And then she stood on the gas.
It's a hit-and-run.

15
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She... she felonied me. That's a felony.

16
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Got the whole thing...
Got the whole thing right here.

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- Ay, dios mio.
- Okay, hold on. Hold on.

18
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- L... let me talk to her.
- So, start talking.

19
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Yeah, good.

20
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Aah! Look.

21
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He can't... he can't put
any pressure on it.

22
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I need to lean on you, so...

23
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I think it's... it's definitely broken.

24
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Es muy mal for my leg-o.

25
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Here. Lean up... lean up on the mantel.

26
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No, man, it really hurts.

27
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Just hang in there. Hang in there.

28
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- "Muy mal"?
- Yeah, it's muy mal.

29
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Dude.

30
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- Dude.
- Yes, si, problema.

31
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Shh, shh, shh!

32
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- And now dos problemas. Aah!
- Dude!

33
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Si, d-dos big problemas.

34
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I don't know what you're saying, man.

35
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- Dude.
- Si.

36
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- Dude.
- Si.

37
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We got a real problem here... Si.

38
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Yeah, si, problema. Shh.

39
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Ay, dios mio. Ay, dios mio.

40
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Hey, amigo, what are you gonna
do about this leg situation?

41
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I really need to see a doctor.

42
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A doctor... doctors ain't cheap,
yo. It's gonna cost.

43
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Either you or her... somebody's got to pay.

44
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You want money.

45
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Yes! Yeah, damn straight.

46
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Hit-and-run? It's no joke.

47
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We're... what are the cops gonna say?

48
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Cops?

49
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They coming?

50
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- Y... yeah, yeah, maybe.
- That's up to you, man.

51
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They... the cops...

52
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They can be looking
at this tape anytime now.

53
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It's all up to you.

54
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Aah!

55
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Oh, that's really bad.

56
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You c-called her "biznatch"?

57
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- I didn't...
- Yeah, but whatever, man.

58
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Please, hurry it up. I'm hurting here.

59
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Show us the green,
or LA policia is gonna come,

60
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and they're gonna be taking granny away!

61
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She's gonna go to jail. Do you want that?

62
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Yeah, that's right... play it smart.

63
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Okay, good. So, let's talk dollar amounts.

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For what you did to my...

65
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No! No!

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Biznatch.

67
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Synced and corrected by oykubuyuk
www.addic7ed.Com

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Mijo?

69
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Mijo?

70
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Mijo...

71
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Ah, si.

72
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No, abuelita.

73
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Ay, mijo.

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A-abuelita.

75
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Oh. Bueno.

76
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Si. Si.

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Si. Si.

78
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Si.

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Hi. Get over here.

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Uh, my abuelita's.

81
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Bring No-doze and tell Nacho
to bring his van.

82
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Open up! Officer of the court!

83
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Open up in the name of the law!

84
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Good afternoon. This...

85
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Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. I'm showing hands.

86
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I'm... I'm relaxed... okay?...
Um, non-threatening.

87
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You move, and you're dead.

88
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Got it.

89
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Seems to be a misunderstanding.

90
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Is there, by any chance,
a Betsy Kettleman here?

91
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See, I'm not sure if this is a situation

92
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where I should or should not
look you in the eye.

93
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Sit.

94
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Who are you?

95
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Are you with those redheaded scumbags?

96
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My name's James McGill. I'm an attorney.

97
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Uh, I got a call from some clients, uh,

98
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said something about an accident.

99
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I did not get any details.

100
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When I saw some skateboards
in your front yard,

101
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I assumed they might...

102
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Mijo...

103
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Si, si.

104
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Talk.

105
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I'm gonna make an educated guess
what happened here.

106
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My two clients,
frick and frack, the mopheads,

107
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were in a simple traffic
accident, a minor fender bender,

108
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but maybe they were
on the wrong side of the street,

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or they didn't look both ways.

110
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It could happen to anyone.

111
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My clients, exhibiting
extremely poor judgment,

112
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uh, followed your grandmother

113
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to this delightful, well-tended home.

114
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Now, at this juncture, I'm deducing

115
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that they said or did something
that... Crossed a line,

116
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and you, with some justification...

117
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You put them in their place.

118
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Based on the salsa stain there,
could have gone a couple ways.

119
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The bottom line... not to be morbid,

120
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but if they're dead,
um, I'm guessing that I'm...

121
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I'm gonna... I'm gonna...
Yeah, I'm gonna go

122
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with glass half full here
and say they're not.

123
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Uh, my point is, if they're
still alive, why kill us? Why?

124
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Because of a misunderstanding?
Our own stupidity?

125
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Why mess up your lovely abuelita's place?

126
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Why jump to the nuclear option?

127
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See, I'm saying keep it simple.

128
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I will collect my moronic clients, and...

129
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Poof! We are gone.

130
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Neither you nor your lovely abuelita

131
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will ever lay eyes on us
ever again, guaranteed...

132
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Signed, sealed, and delivered.

133
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Assuming, you know,
that they're still breathing.

134
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Wow.

135
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You got a mouth on you.

136
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Thank you.

137
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Get up.

138
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That way.

139
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- That way.
- Y... Yeah, sure. Why not?

140
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So, what... I should cut 'em loose?

141
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Oh! It was him! It was all his idea!

142
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No, no, no!

143
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You shut up!

144
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Say what?

145
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He... he wanted to scam you.

146
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He said we could clear 2 grand, easy.

147
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You punking me?

148
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Are you punking my abuelita?

149
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He hit his head.

150
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He doesn't know what he's saying.

151
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For what?

152
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For what are you getting 2 grand?

153
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It was for going after your grandma,

154
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just for taking a header over
her car and then b-bracing her.

155
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It was him, I swear! It was the lawyer!

156
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Who are you?! Why are you after me?!

157
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I can explain. It's... you're gonna laugh.

158
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It's so... I'm a lawyer.
I... check my I.D., okay?

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But I was running a scam.

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- On my abuelita?
- No, no!

161
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Not on your abuelita, not on you.

162
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There's a woman named Betsy Kettleman.

163
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I mentioned her.

164
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She's married to Craig Kettleman.

165
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He's the treasurer of Bernalillo County.

166
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I wanted his business 'cause...

167
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He stole a million and
a half bucks from the county.

168
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He's gonna be indicted
for embezzlement any day now.

169
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This is a good case for me...
A lot of publicity.

170
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I'll get my name out, and...

171
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Anyway, I thought if I had these two

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run their little skateboard
hustle on Mrs. Kettleman,

173
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I could, you know, rescue her.

174
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Come in, throw some oil on troubled waters,

175
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and, yeah, I'd get their business.

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That was the plan.

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But it turns out your lovely abuelita...

178
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She drives a car...

179
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That's a whole lot like the Kettle-mobile.

180
00:13:01,435 --> 00:13:06,055
So, these two geniuses ran their
little stunt on the wrong one.

181
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So, joke's on me. Ha ha!

182
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I... simple as that.

183
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Where's he going? W..

184
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Talk to me, okay?

185
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Who do you think I am? What is he getting?

186
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I was running a scam to get a client.

187
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I made a mistake. That's all this is.

188
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Oh, geez.

189
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Y-you don't need...

190
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That's not... I'll talk, okay?

191
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Tell me what you want to know!

192
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Who do... who do you think I am?

193
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Hey, use your words, okay?

194
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What?

195
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You know what I smell?

196
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I smell lies.

197
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I smell pork.

198
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No, that's not necessary.

199
00:14:03,197 --> 00:14:06,281
Okay, we know you're with
the heat. The question is, who?

200
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- Local? FBI?
- No, no, no.

201
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D.E.A.?! No, I'm a lawyer.

202
00:14:09,370 --> 00:14:12,338
Just reach in my pocket
right now... right there!

203
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Truth.

204
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That is the truth!

205
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I'm a lawyer! Guys, I passed
the bar! Ask me anything!

206
00:14:28,856 --> 00:14:32,875
Not contract law, okay? I'm down
at the courts every day!

207
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People know me!

208
00:14:34,255 --> 00:14:35,722
I'm a known quantity... I am!

209
00:14:35,757 --> 00:14:37,557
Aah!

210
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I'm... I'm special agent
Jeffrey Steele, FBI.

211
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- FBI?
- FBI?

212
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I'm undercover, okay? You got me.

213
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I'm the tip of the spear,

214
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and releasing me would be the smart move.

215
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You hear that shit?

216
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I told you the business was too good.

217
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I knew it. I told you.

218
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Can I?

219
00:15:05,092 --> 00:15:09,260
Okay, uh, Special Agent, uh, Steele?

220
00:15:09,262 --> 00:15:11,096
Jeffrey A. Steele.

221
00:15:11,098 --> 00:15:13,314
Okay, Agent Steele,
what business are we in?

222
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Business?

223
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You're investigating us, right?

224
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For what? What did we do?

225
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- What do we sell?
- Drugs.

226
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- What kind of drugs?
- Uh...It's title 21,

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schedule II through schedule V,
including part "B."

228
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That's what we call them
down at the bureau.

229
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It's... the task force

230
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is designated "Operation King Breaker."

231
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"King Breaker"? So...

232
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That makes me the king! Whoo-hoo!

233
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Can I?

234
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All right.

235
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The next words out of your mouth
got to be the truth.

236
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You understand?

237
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Uh-huh.

238
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Who are you?

239
00:16:06,560 --> 00:16:08,644
I'm James Morgan McGill. I'm a lawyer.

240
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I was trolling for business,
okay? That's the truth.

241
00:16:10,662 --> 00:16:12,245
Now, you find a Bible, I'll swear on it.

242
00:16:12,247 --> 00:16:14,664
Okay, what about, uh, operation,
uh, King Breaker, FBI?

243
00:16:14,716 --> 00:16:17,300
I made it up, okay? I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

244
00:16:17,336 --> 00:16:20,303
I don't know you. I don't want to.

245
00:16:20,339 --> 00:16:24,724
Uh, this was a mistake, oka...
It's my mistake, okay?

246
00:16:24,760 --> 00:16:27,143
I take full and complete responsibility,

247
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but I don't know any of your names,

248
00:16:30,766 --> 00:16:33,149
and I got a bad case of face-blindness.

249
00:16:33,185 --> 00:16:35,101
You let us go, we're gonna
forget this happened.

250
00:16:35,103 --> 00:16:36,486
Guys, we're gonna forget, right?

251
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Nod your heads.

252
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Okay?

253
00:16:39,775 --> 00:16:43,577
So, if you just let us go and just...

254
00:16:43,612 --> 00:16:46,780
We want to just go... home.

255
00:17:00,929 --> 00:17:03,880
I say cut 'em loose.

256
00:17:03,932 --> 00:17:07,717
He said he was FBI. He admitted it.

257
00:17:07,769 --> 00:17:09,936
You had your wire cutters on him.

258
00:17:09,972 --> 00:17:12,472
He would have said anything.

259
00:17:12,474 --> 00:17:15,475
You really see the FBI
hiring those two flaquitos?

260
00:17:17,446 --> 00:17:19,813
Maybe.

261
00:17:21,817 --> 00:17:26,036
Croaking a lawyer
for no reason is bad business.

262
00:17:26,071 --> 00:17:28,655
He goes away, someone's
gonna come look for him.

263
00:17:28,657 --> 00:17:31,658
They walked into my house.

264
00:17:31,660 --> 00:17:34,661
They disrespected my abuelita.

265
00:17:34,663 --> 00:17:36,663
They call her "biznatch"!

266
00:17:37,799 --> 00:17:41,167
And they just walk?! Unh-unh!

267
00:17:46,591 --> 00:17:49,759
What about the lawyer?

268
00:17:51,430 --> 00:17:53,430
He's giving respect.

269
00:17:55,767 --> 00:17:57,767
Okay.

270
00:18:02,658 --> 00:18:07,027
"James M. McGill.

271
00:18:07,029 --> 00:18:09,496
A lawyer you can trust."

272
00:18:13,118 --> 00:18:15,702
I know how to find you, James McGill.

273
00:18:15,704 --> 00:18:18,338
Understand what I'm saying?

274
00:18:18,373 --> 00:18:19,956
Yeah.

275
00:18:27,466 --> 00:18:29,849
Up.

276
00:18:33,722 --> 00:18:36,690
Okay?

277
00:18:36,725 --> 00:18:40,310
Take him back to his car.

278
00:18:40,362 --> 00:18:41,728
Thank you.

279
00:18:41,730 --> 00:18:43,947
Uh, uh, this is... this is good.

280
00:18:43,982 --> 00:18:46,149
This... this is right. Thank you. Come on.

281
00:18:48,403 --> 00:18:50,870
What... what... what about them?

282
00:18:50,906 --> 00:18:52,288
- Come on.
- Yeah, right.

283
00:18:52,324 --> 00:18:55,158
- Come on.
- Uh, yeah, right.

284
00:19:03,051 --> 00:19:05,835
- Whoa. Uh...
- Yo, where you going?

285
00:19:05,887 --> 00:19:07,003
Uh, wait. Can I... can I say something?

286
00:19:07,055 --> 00:19:08,722
- Where you going?
- Can you let them go?

287
00:19:08,757 --> 00:19:11,508
- Just let them go.
- Are you stupid?

288
00:19:11,560 --> 00:19:14,728
They don't deserve to die.
I put them up to it.

289
00:19:14,763 --> 00:19:17,230
I don't deserve to die,
but they don't, either.

290
00:19:17,265 --> 00:19:20,850
I'm gonna skin them, like javelinas!

291
00:19:20,902 --> 00:19:22,485
Forget about them! They're insects!

292
00:19:22,521 --> 00:19:25,438
They're... hey, think about their mother.

293
00:19:27,943 --> 00:19:30,360
I spit on their mama!

294
00:19:30,412 --> 00:19:32,695
She is a sweet little lady.
She... she's a widow.

295
00:19:32,748 --> 00:19:36,533
She works hard all day, every day,

296
00:19:36,585 --> 00:19:39,536
just like her mother before her,
from dawn till dusk,

297
00:19:39,588 --> 00:19:42,372
scrubbing the floors of rich people.

298
00:19:42,424 --> 00:19:44,591
She needs a cane to walk, you know?

299
00:19:44,626 --> 00:19:48,428
She's got arthritis.
And still, she works every day.

300
00:19:48,463 --> 00:19:50,380
What... for herself? No. No.

301
00:19:50,432 --> 00:19:55,602
For them... for these two,
her boys, her apples of her eye.

302
00:19:55,637 --> 00:19:57,804
You say they don't deserve her.

303
00:19:57,806 --> 00:20:01,808
Maybe so, but they're all she's got.

304
00:20:01,810 --> 00:20:05,445
Now...You turn them inside out,

305
00:20:05,480 --> 00:20:07,197
I want you to think
about what happens to her.

306
00:20:07,232 --> 00:20:08,448
No, that's on them.

307
00:20:08,483 --> 00:20:09,866
They should have thought about that.

308
00:20:09,901 --> 00:20:11,901
When I was at your abuelita's place,

309
00:20:11,953 --> 00:20:13,536
you were gonna let them go.

310
00:20:13,572 --> 00:20:16,739
Way I see it, that's because
you're tough, but you're fair.

311
00:20:16,792 --> 00:20:18,625
You're all about justice.

312
00:20:18,660 --> 00:20:22,829
That's what I'm saying... justice.

313
00:20:22,831 --> 00:20:24,664
These... these two shit-for-brains?

314
00:20:24,666 --> 00:20:26,166
These big-mouths?

315
00:20:26,168 --> 00:20:28,001
You... you already beat
the living hell out of them.

316
00:20:28,003 --> 00:20:30,386
Do you think they're ever
gonna forget today?

317
00:20:30,422 --> 00:20:31,838
Never... 10 years from now,

318
00:20:31,840 --> 00:20:34,474
they're still gonna
be crapping their jockeys.

319
00:20:34,509 --> 00:20:37,894
- It's not enough.
- Okay, okay.

320
00:20:37,929 --> 00:20:41,181
Then let's talk proportionality.
They're guilty... oh, agreed.

321
00:20:42,934 --> 00:20:46,686
Now you have to decide,
what's the right sentence?

322
00:20:46,688 --> 00:20:49,823
Like a judge.

323
00:20:49,858 --> 00:20:52,659
Like a judge.

324
00:20:52,694 --> 00:20:54,861
Ever hear of the code of Hammurabi...

325
00:20:54,863 --> 00:20:57,747
Let the punishment
fit the crime, eye for an eye?

326
00:20:57,782 --> 00:21:00,083
Eye for an eye.

327
00:21:00,118 --> 00:21:01,167
You want me to blind them.

328
00:21:01,203 --> 00:21:02,335
No, no.

329
00:21:02,370 --> 00:21:04,871
All they did was trash-talk.

330
00:21:04,873 --> 00:21:06,789
So I cut their tongues out!

331
00:21:06,842 --> 00:21:10,009
Wait. See, I'm advising...

332
00:21:10,045 --> 00:21:12,846
That you make the punishment fit the crime.

333
00:21:14,299 --> 00:21:16,799
Punishment fit the crime.

334
00:21:16,852 --> 00:21:20,019
Columbian neckties... I cut their throats,

335
00:21:20,055 --> 00:21:24,057
and then I pull their
lying tongues through the slits!

336
00:21:24,059 --> 00:21:25,441
"Biznatch"!

337
00:21:25,477 --> 00:21:27,861
Or you... you could give them black eyes.

338
00:21:27,896 --> 00:21:31,397
Black eyes? That ain't nothing.

339
00:21:31,399 --> 00:21:33,616
That one there, homes...

340
00:21:33,652 --> 00:21:36,069
He already got a black eye, fool.

341
00:21:42,410 --> 00:21:45,995
Stop helping.

342
00:21:46,047 --> 00:21:48,998
Or you could sprain their ankles.

343
00:21:49,050 --> 00:21:50,833
- Sprain?
- They're... they'reskateboarders, right?

344
00:21:50,886 --> 00:21:52,669
That... that's how they run their scam.

345
00:21:52,721 --> 00:21:54,504
They can't skate.

346
00:21:54,556 --> 00:21:57,340
You... you hit them where they live.

347
00:21:57,392 --> 00:22:00,560
I ain't spraining nothing, bitch.

348
00:22:00,595 --> 00:22:03,846
I'm gonna break their arms,
and I'm gonna break their legs.

349
00:22:03,899 --> 00:22:05,848
Arms? When... when...
When did we get on to arms?

350
00:22:05,901 --> 00:22:07,850
- Let's...
- I'm cutting their legs off.

351
00:22:07,903 --> 00:22:09,686
But... we could go that way,

352
00:22:09,738 --> 00:22:12,689
but...We were talking about breaking.

353
00:22:12,741 --> 00:22:14,407
I think we're heading
in the wrong direction.

354
00:22:14,442 --> 00:22:16,276
Okay.

355
00:22:18,113 --> 00:22:19,696
Break their legs.

356
00:22:19,748 --> 00:22:21,331
How many legs?

357
00:22:21,366 --> 00:22:22,916
Two... they got two legs.

358
00:22:22,951 --> 00:22:25,752
One leg... each.

359
00:22:25,787 --> 00:22:27,370
One leg... each?

360
00:22:27,422 --> 00:22:29,005
They're...

361
00:22:29,040 --> 00:22:32,842
One leg each, that's a total of two legs.

362
00:22:32,877 --> 00:22:35,261
Uh, hey, look.

363
00:22:35,297 --> 00:22:37,680
They can't skateboard for six months,

364
00:22:37,716 --> 00:22:39,882
and they're scared of you forever.

365
00:22:39,935 --> 00:22:41,718
You show everybody that you are the man,

366
00:22:41,770 --> 00:22:44,721
but that you're fair, that you're just.

367
00:22:55,734 --> 00:22:59,319
One leg each.

368
00:23:03,325 --> 00:23:07,710
That's tough, but it's fair.

369
00:23:07,746 --> 00:23:10,079
All right, lay 'em out!
I ain't got all day!

370
00:23:10,131 --> 00:23:11,914
It's hotter than shit out here!

371
00:23:20,675 --> 00:23:23,893
Quit moving...
You're only gonna make it worse!

372
00:23:23,928 --> 00:23:25,728
We're sorry! We're sorry!

373
00:23:26,982 --> 00:23:29,565
Lookit!

374
00:23:29,601 --> 00:23:32,402
Hell, yeah! Hell, yeah!

375
00:23:32,437 --> 00:23:35,405
He said he had a broke leg...
Now he's got one for real!

376
00:23:35,440 --> 00:23:39,409
You... tell your mama you're sorry, bitch!

377
00:23:39,444 --> 00:23:41,411
Other one.

378
00:23:41,446 --> 00:23:44,614
Look... it's backwards.

379
00:23:47,502 --> 00:23:48,868
Check it out.

380
00:23:48,870 --> 00:23:51,087
I'm gonna do this one real clean.

381
00:23:51,122 --> 00:23:53,506
No! Oh, my God! No!

382
00:23:53,541 --> 00:23:57,343
Whoo!

383
00:23:57,379 --> 00:24:01,547
Walk home now, bitch!

384
00:24:02,801 --> 00:24:05,385
Shut up! Shut up!

385
00:24:27,628 --> 00:24:30,045
Here you go. Here you go. Easy, easy.

386
00:24:30,097 --> 00:24:32,264
- You... you... you... aah! Aah!
- Save your breath.

387
00:24:32,299 --> 00:24:33,983
You... you are... you are the worst lawyer,

388
00:24:33,998 --> 00:24:34,948
the worst lawyer ever!

389
00:24:34,996 --> 00:24:36,379
Hey, I just talked you down
from a death sentence...

390
00:24:36,414 --> 00:24:39,165
- Oh, my God! Oh, my!
- ...to six months' probation.

391
00:24:41,002 --> 00:24:42,802
I'm the best lawyer ever.

392
00:24:42,837 --> 00:24:45,805
Dude, dude, dude, oh!

393
00:24:45,840 --> 00:24:48,007
Oh, my God! Oh! No!

394
00:26:40,613 --> 00:26:42,229
Could you, uh...

395
00:26:42,281 --> 00:26:46,483
Could you, um... I'll be right back.

396
00:27:11,844 --> 00:27:13,677
Ground yourself?

397
00:27:19,685 --> 00:27:22,102
Jimmy, did you ground yourself?

398
00:27:36,502 --> 00:27:39,670
Ohh.

399
00:27:39,705 --> 00:27:42,539
I don't think you grounded yourself.

400
00:27:47,546 --> 00:27:50,130
Jesus.

401
00:27:50,182 --> 00:27:54,551
Jimmy, you didn't drive like this, did you?

402
00:27:59,975 --> 00:28:02,559
Oh, no.

403
00:28:05,147 --> 00:28:08,732
No. I knew it.

404
00:28:23,082 --> 00:28:25,716
Ohh.

405
00:28:43,936 --> 00:28:47,738
Ah. Oh.

406
00:28:47,773 --> 00:28:49,573
Aah.

407
00:29:48,250 --> 00:29:50,467
Chuck.

408
00:29:52,254 --> 00:29:55,055
Coffee?

409
00:29:55,090 --> 00:29:58,675
Yeah, thanks.

410
00:29:58,677 --> 00:30:00,394
You're gonna have to take it black.

411
00:30:00,429 --> 00:30:02,179
We're out of milk?

412
00:30:03,849 --> 00:30:07,067
Oh, sorry.

413
00:30:21,951 --> 00:30:25,118
Why are you in that space blanket?

414
00:30:25,170 --> 00:30:27,754
You brought your cellphone
in here last night.

415
00:30:27,790 --> 00:30:31,174
It was in your pants pocket.

416
00:30:31,210 --> 00:30:32,626
Oh.

417
00:30:32,678 --> 00:30:37,464
Sorry about that.

418
00:30:37,516 --> 00:30:40,467
Where, uh... where is it?

419
00:30:40,519 --> 00:30:42,853
Outside... I threw it out the door.

420
00:30:42,888 --> 00:30:45,722
Yeah.

421
00:30:51,897 --> 00:30:54,731
How did I get here?

422
00:30:54,733 --> 00:30:57,734
Your car's not outside,
so I'm assuming taxi.

423
00:30:59,405 --> 00:31:03,373
Right.

424
00:31:03,409 --> 00:31:07,377
Uh, the bartender... wouldn't let me drive.

425
00:31:20,676 --> 00:31:24,478
Why are you in that space blanket?

426
00:31:24,513 --> 00:31:29,433
I told you... you brought
your cellphone into my house.

427
00:31:33,072 --> 00:31:36,857
Uh, Chuck, um, did you...

428
00:31:38,527 --> 00:31:40,410
Chuck, did you read this?

429
00:31:40,446 --> 00:31:43,613
Read what?

430
00:31:43,615 --> 00:31:47,534
Uh, this, um, this bill... did you read it?

431
00:31:47,586 --> 00:31:51,755
Emergency-room bill...
Yeah, I may have glanced at it.

432
00:31:51,790 --> 00:31:53,540
It fell out of your pocket.

433
00:31:55,761 --> 00:31:59,546
Hey, Chuck, listen,
I... I know how this looks.

434
00:31:59,598 --> 00:32:01,548
I'm down to my last dime, and, suddenly,

435
00:32:01,600 --> 00:32:04,184
I'm paying for broken legs, but...

436
00:32:04,219 --> 00:32:06,603
It's... it's not that.

437
00:32:06,638 --> 00:32:10,223
I swear.

438
00:32:10,275 --> 00:32:14,644
This represents a good thing, ultimately.

439
00:32:14,646 --> 00:32:16,697
Okay.

440
00:32:16,732 --> 00:32:20,117
I... I'm not backsliding.
This isn't slippin' Jimmy.

441
00:32:20,152 --> 00:32:21,618
Fine.

442
00:32:25,157 --> 00:32:28,992
Take off the space blanket,
will you, please, Chuck?

443
00:32:28,994 --> 00:32:31,628
It helps.

444
00:32:31,663 --> 00:32:34,247
Take off the space blanket.
I didn't do anything wrong.

445
00:32:34,299 --> 00:32:38,301
It has nothing to do with that.
It was your phone.

446
00:32:41,340 --> 00:32:44,174
Take off the space blanket.

447
00:32:45,844 --> 00:32:49,012
Why?

448
00:32:51,433 --> 00:32:54,401
Take off the space blanket, Chuck.

449
00:32:54,436 --> 00:32:57,938
Come on. Take off the blanket.

450
00:33:09,868 --> 00:33:11,451
Thank you.

451
00:33:17,126 --> 00:33:18,508
Front yard?

452
00:33:18,544 --> 00:33:20,260
Mm.

453
00:33:22,214 --> 00:33:25,132
Uh, do you have any idea where it landed?

454
00:33:25,184 --> 00:33:26,967
No.

455
00:33:52,578 --> 00:33:54,995
No.

456
00:33:55,047 --> 00:33:57,414
No.

457
00:33:57,416 --> 00:33:59,749
No.

458
00:33:59,751 --> 00:34:02,385
No.

459
00:34:06,175 --> 00:34:09,342
No. No.

460
00:34:09,394 --> 00:34:11,261
No.

461
00:34:14,600 --> 00:34:16,817
What do you want?

462
00:34:16,852 --> 00:34:20,353
Not to starve to death.

463
00:34:20,405 --> 00:34:22,939
What do you say?

464
00:34:22,941 --> 00:34:26,526
Got something for me?

465
00:34:47,386 --> 00:34:50,353
It's showtime, folks.

466
00:35:04,820 --> 00:35:07,070
Globis, lawyer.

467
00:35:07,072 --> 00:35:08,622
I'm gonna kill him.

468
00:35:08,657 --> 00:35:11,207
"Your honor, I'm very sorry.
I'll never do it again."

469
00:35:11,243 --> 00:35:12,959
- Say what?!
- Just...

470
00:35:12,995 --> 00:35:15,962
Your honor, I'm very sorry,
and I'll never do it again.

471
00:35:15,998 --> 00:35:17,547
Okay, Mr. Pearson, up you go.

472
00:35:17,583 --> 00:35:19,382
Up you go. All right.

473
00:35:19,418 --> 00:35:21,051
Whoa, whoa, whoa! Whoa, whoa! Whoa, whoa!

474
00:35:21,086 --> 00:35:23,887
- What's this?
- I told you a suit, remember?

475
00:35:23,922 --> 00:35:25,555
Told you you want to look sharp.

476
00:35:25,591 --> 00:35:28,425
That's a loaner, okay?
I need it back. Let's go.

477
00:35:28,427 --> 00:35:30,260
- Petty with a prior.
- The kid took a slice of pizza.

478
00:35:30,262 --> 00:35:32,312
- Petty with a prior.
- Look, the parents are a train wreck.

479
00:35:32,347 --> 00:35:33,897
There's no food in the house!
He was hungry!

480
00:35:33,932 --> 00:35:35,348
- Petty with a prior.
- Come on!

481
00:35:45,611 --> 00:35:47,577
- You're light on stickers.
- Come on.

482
00:35:47,613 --> 00:35:49,245
- $5.
- You serious?

483
00:35:49,281 --> 00:35:50,997
You got four. You need five.

484
00:35:51,033 --> 00:35:53,016
There's four 90-minute stickers there.

485
00:35:53,051 --> 00:35:55,185
You've been here 6 hours and 5 minutes.

486
00:35:55,220 --> 00:35:57,170
It takes 10 minutes to walk down here!

487
00:35:57,205 --> 00:36:00,757
$5, or you go get another sticker.

488
00:36:02,260 --> 00:36:04,878
This makes you feel real important, huh?!

489
00:36:04,930 --> 00:36:07,547
Not enough stickers! More stickers!

490
00:36:13,388 --> 00:36:15,105
It's showtime, folks.

491
00:36:18,443 --> 00:36:20,310
It's showtime.

492
00:36:45,137 --> 00:36:46,803
Petty with a prior.

493
00:36:46,838 --> 00:36:48,505
Prior will stay on his sheet for life.

494
00:36:48,507 --> 00:36:50,056
Petty with a prior.

495
00:36:50,092 --> 00:36:52,809
You're overcharging him.

496
00:36:52,844 --> 00:36:54,394
Petty with a prior.

497
00:36:56,648 --> 00:36:59,599
That lady up there...
She shorts me every time, okay?

498
00:36:59,651 --> 00:37:03,820
This is not a me problem...
This is a you problem.

499
00:37:07,325 --> 00:37:09,109
It's showtime.

500
00:37:11,997 --> 00:37:13,830
What? It's from a movie.

501
00:37:20,706 --> 00:37:22,539
Hey!

502
00:37:30,966 --> 00:37:33,299
- Petty with a prior.
- Misdemeanor shoplifting.

503
00:37:33,351 --> 00:37:35,719
- Petty with a prior.
- Come on. Meet me halfway.

504
00:37:35,721 --> 00:37:38,104
- Petty with a prior.
- I can't do it.

505
00:37:38,140 --> 00:37:40,106
- Petty with a prior.
- Okay, or how about this?

506
00:37:40,142 --> 00:37:41,725
I plead the kid to the sheet,

507
00:37:41,727 --> 00:37:43,143
but you give me a continued sentence.

508
00:37:43,195 --> 00:37:44,978
And in six months, if he's still clean,

509
00:37:45,030 --> 00:37:46,529
you file for a dismissal.

510
00:37:46,565 --> 00:37:49,733
Come on. Is this how
you want to spend your time?

511
00:37:49,735 --> 00:37:51,317
You can have the rest of these.

512
00:38:03,548 --> 00:38:05,882
Berger, lawyer.

513
00:38:05,917 --> 00:38:08,585
Oh, Mr. Berger,
we've met before, haven't we?

514
00:38:08,587 --> 00:38:11,554
Mr. Edison, like the inventor?
I'm James McGill.

515
00:38:11,590 --> 00:38:13,089
I'll be your lawyer.

516
00:38:13,091 --> 00:38:15,725
Doesn't matter. Judge has
got to see your mother.

517
00:38:15,761 --> 00:38:18,561
Well, do you know anybody
who looks like her?

518
00:38:18,597 --> 00:38:20,730
No, an Uncle won't do it.

519
00:38:20,766 --> 00:38:24,067
Okay, so, a fire was started.

520
00:38:24,102 --> 00:38:25,351
We all know that.

521
00:38:25,403 --> 00:38:27,737
Freezing, shivering, as she is now.

522
00:38:27,773 --> 00:38:30,573
In fact, wrote a book about it.

523
00:38:30,609 --> 00:38:33,576
To make some cookies.

524
00:38:33,612 --> 00:38:35,995
But because you...
...Given her this name...

525
00:38:36,031 --> 00:38:40,450
You can see that this man...
Chose... A bonehead move.

526
00:38:59,104 --> 00:39:01,471
Like a troll under a bridge!

527
00:39:01,473 --> 00:39:04,474
"You must have the stickers,
or you won't pass!"

528
00:39:04,476 --> 00:39:06,976
Troll alert here... don't feed it!

529
00:39:20,242 --> 00:39:22,041
Chào các cô, ladies.

530
00:39:23,295 --> 00:39:25,078
Good evening, Mrs. Nguyen.

531
00:39:25,130 --> 00:39:26,296
No mail.

532
00:39:26,331 --> 00:39:28,832
Hey, Vicki, Maggie.

533
00:40:04,703 --> 00:40:09,122
You have...Zero messages.

534
00:41:11,937 --> 00:41:13,770
Customer.

535
00:41:13,772 --> 00:41:16,406
- What?
- For you... a customer, waiting now.

536
00:41:16,441 --> 00:41:19,275
Oh, uh, sure, sure. Uh, give me a minute.

537
00:41:45,303 --> 00:41:47,520
Welcome, welcome.
My office is being painted.

538
00:41:47,555 --> 00:41:51,941
Excuse the temporary, uh...Quarters.

539
00:41:51,977 --> 00:41:55,812
Wow. Cozy.

540
00:41:57,983 --> 00:42:00,817
Just me.

541
00:42:00,819 --> 00:42:04,454
Tuco freaked you out, huh?

542
00:42:04,489 --> 00:42:08,124
It's cool. He doesn't know I'm here.

543
00:42:22,640 --> 00:42:27,010
So, uh... what can I do for you?

544
00:42:29,180 --> 00:42:31,180
I've been thinking about what you said

545
00:42:31,182 --> 00:42:33,599
out there in the desert.

546
00:42:33,651 --> 00:42:35,018
Those people
that you were trying to scam...

547
00:42:35,020 --> 00:42:36,986
How much did they steal?

548
00:42:37,022 --> 00:42:42,825
Um, north of a million
and a half bucks... I think.

549
00:42:42,861 --> 00:42:49,198
So, they have a million
and a half bucks somewhere.

550
00:42:49,200 --> 00:42:50,199
In what, cash?

551
00:42:50,201 --> 00:42:52,535
I don't... well...

552
00:42:52,537 --> 00:42:55,171
Why are you asking me?

553
00:42:55,206 --> 00:42:59,008
- I'm gonna rip them off.
- Oh.

554
00:42:59,044 --> 00:43:00,843
I like ripping off thieves

555
00:43:00,879 --> 00:43:04,213
'cause they can't go to the
cops... they have no recourse.

556
00:43:04,215 --> 00:43:05,848
Mm.

557
00:43:05,884 --> 00:43:08,684
You point me
at where they have their cash...

558
00:43:08,720 --> 00:43:10,686
I'll pay you... a what do you call it?...

559
00:43:10,722 --> 00:43:15,641
A finder's fee... call it 10%, 100 large.

560
00:43:17,896 --> 00:43:22,281
Well, uh, why w... why would you
come to me for that?

561
00:43:22,317 --> 00:43:25,485
You already tried ripping them off.

562
00:43:25,537 --> 00:43:28,037
I'm gonna finish what you started.

563
00:43:28,073 --> 00:43:29,872
I... I wasn't trying to rip them off.

564
00:43:29,908 --> 00:43:31,707
I... I just wanted their business.

565
00:43:31,743 --> 00:43:35,128
Okay.

566
00:43:35,163 --> 00:43:36,963
I don't know where their money is.

567
00:43:36,998 --> 00:43:39,382
Smart guy like you could figure it out.

568
00:43:39,417 --> 00:43:42,218
If I know what I need to know,
nobody gets hurt.

569
00:43:42,253 --> 00:43:44,637
We rip them off... easy money.

570
00:43:44,672 --> 00:43:48,391
Hey, look, I'm a lawyer, not a criminal.

571
00:43:52,847 --> 00:43:54,347
You are shitting me.

572
00:43:54,399 --> 00:43:57,567
I crossed a line. I made a mistake.

573
00:43:57,602 --> 00:43:59,986
I'm not doing that again, not ever.

574
00:44:00,021 --> 00:44:03,189
I got between you and tuco.

575
00:44:03,241 --> 00:44:06,576
Do you think you'd be here
now... I kept my mouth shut?

576
00:44:06,611 --> 00:44:10,780
And I appreciate that. I owe you.

577
00:44:10,782 --> 00:44:14,784
A-and if you're ever in trouble,
God forbid, legal trouble,

578
00:44:14,786 --> 00:44:18,921
I will be there, 24-7, as a lawyer.

579
00:44:18,957 --> 00:44:21,290
What's your angle?

580
00:44:21,292 --> 00:44:25,294
No... no angle.

581
00:44:25,296 --> 00:44:28,931
And I'm not saying anything
about this to anybody.

582
00:44:28,967 --> 00:44:31,767
As far as I'm concerned, you're a client.

583
00:44:31,803 --> 00:44:33,386
This is a consultation,

584
00:44:33,438 --> 00:44:36,973
and everything you just told me
is privileged.

585
00:44:36,975 --> 00:44:39,609
You rat, you die.

586
00:44:39,644 --> 00:44:42,645
And that, too, yes.

587
00:45:04,252 --> 00:45:07,420
For when you figure out you're in the game.

588
00:45:07,472 --> 00:45:09,005
I'm not in the game.

589
00:45:09,007 --> 00:45:11,474
I... I promise.

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