While much of the series has been based on Jimmy's penchant for causing mayhem and playing tricks on the unsuspecting to further his goals, in "Hit and Run," we see him in full Saul mode.
In his first scene, we see Saul walking down an alley dressed in his Howard Hamlin-esque suit, with his makeshift car key from last week that he uses to steal Howard's car from the parking lot of his psychiatrist's office. In full Howard disguise, complete with a spray tan and wig, Saul races to the parking lot of a familiar seedy motel and picks up Wendy, the sex worker. Breaking Bad fans will recognize her as a frequent collaborator with Jesse Pinkman, who used Wendy to cover his tracks whenever he needed help to escape the law or rival dealers.
Meanwhile, Kim is at an outdoor cafe waiting to have coffee with Cliff Main, Howard's lawyer friend and associate. Saul goes flying past at chaotic speed, eventually screeching Howard's jaguar to a halt in the middle of the street. In full view of Cliff, he "angrily" tosses Wendy out of the car's front seat (she had been in on the scheme.) Like when the bag of fake cocaine Jimmy planted had fallen out of Howard's locker, Cliff stands there confused and is left wondering whether that was actually him.
Before that had happens, Kim, who had originally gone there just to buy time for Jimmy, pitches Cliff on a pro-bono defense firm, much like what she has been doing since the start of the season. Cliff is more than impressed by Kim's pitch, and he offers to help her get in touch with state politicians to enact some real change potentially.
Kim then takes Wendy back to the motel and pays her for her services. When Wendy spots what she thinks are undercover cops parked across the street, she laments that work is over for the day. Kim gives Wendy her business card and offers her services free of charge if she finds herself in legal trouble.
As Kim drives off, the car begins to follow her for a few blocks before trailing off, leaving her shaken.
Saul returns Howard's car to the doctor's office parking lot when he notices that Howard's parking spot has been taken by someone else, despite placing a cone there. "Who moves a cone?!" he shouts before struggling to pull a "Patients only" sign out of the ground and into the parking spot in which he places the car. He then leaves, pulling the scheme off by the skin of his teeth.
Returning to the condo, we see Kim and Jimmy running through the day's events having a good laugh about everything that had transpired. After they both recount their days, Kim somberly asks Jimmy, "Do you ever think you're being followed?" After attempting to play it off as nothing, "Well, you know what they say: 'The wicked flee when no man pursueth,'" Kim simply asks him, "Do you think we're wicked?"
This throws Jimmy off balance, who tries to shift into comforting husband mode and alleviate her concerns. Given his experience with the criminal underworld, he assures her that no one knows what they're doing except for them.