In Saul's office, Kim is signing the rest of the divorce papers to finalize everything. Saul sits behind his desk, not even paying attention to her, and when she hands the papers back to him, he signs them quickly and without hesitation.
He asks her what she thinks of his office, and she casually says, "it looks great." He also asks why she's headed for Florida, but he cuts her off before she even gets a chance to answer. Saul kicks his feet up on his desk and simply tells her, "Have a nice life, Kim."
Whether it is an emotional defense mechanism or this is just who he has become, Jimmy, the man Kim once loved, isn't the one talking to her right now. Before Kim leaves, we see that Saul is meeting with Emilio Koyama, who was Jesse Pinkman's original partner in the Meth business, and who would later become Walter White's first murder victim.
Kim steps outside and lights up a cigarette when an unexpected person asks her if he can have one too. Jesse Pinkman, who came with Emilio, is waiting for him outside, and he and Kim share a conversation. Well, it's mostly Jesse talking.
He tries to make small talk about the rain pouring down, but Kim isn't looking for that. Jesse recognizes Kim from the courthouse, saying she had defended his friend Combo, who stole the baby Jesus from a Nativity scene. Jesse asks Kim if Saul is the real deal when it comes to being a lawyer and if he's not just some guy in commercials.
"This guy, he any good?"
"When I knew him, he was."
In the present, Gene hops on a bus after dodging the cops and heads home. He makes himself a drink and waits for his cell phone to ring, knowing that Jeff will inevitably get in touch. Sure enough, Jeff calls him from the police station, and, posing as a father and son, he tries to explain to Gene what happened.
It's pretty clear that Gene doesn't care what happened to Jeff but knows that he needs to make sure nothing comes of it out of it, just for his well-being. Gene says he'll have him out by lunchtime and let Marion know what has happened. It's the middle of the night, but Gene calls Marion and informs him that Jeff was arrested.
Gene tries to keep her calm, but she reminds him that this isn't his first brush with the law. She says he's been arrested a few times for different things in Albuquerque, but he says she doesn't have to worry about finding a bail bondsman as she had before. Omaha doesn't use them, and he casually lets on that he knows more about the law in Albuquerque than he probably should, arising Marion's suspicions.
When Gene gets to Marion's house, she doesn't answer the door, so he heads around back and surprises her in the kitchen. She didn't hear him since she had been watching videos on her computer with headphones on.
He opens her computer and sees she's been watching some of his old Saul Goodman ads. Knowing that he's been unmasked, Gene tries to lie his way out of the situation, but Marion knows better. Still speaking calmly, he rips the ethernet cable from Marion's laptop and corners her against the wall.
She pulls out her Life Alert, and he tells her to put it down. Terrified, she hands it over to him and says, "I trusted you," giving Gene pause. Surprisingly, he hands it back to her, and she immediately pushes the button.
She lets the woman at the other end know that a wanted criminal named Saul Goodman is standing in the kitchen, and he runs out the back door.