While Saul waits for Nacho to call him back on the pay phone, two plain clothes officers converge, they chase Saul down an alley, and eventually bring him into the station -- not because he's in trouble but because Nacho has designated him as his lawyer. Saul and Nacho talk, we find out Nacho hasn't done it and that he'll kill Saul if he 1) sold him out to another crew, or 2) doesn't get him out of jail today.
Saul returns to the Kettleman crime scene to try to figure out what happened, realizes that the Kettlemans themselves might be behind this, fills Kim in on his warning call to them the night prior, and returns to the courthouse to talk to Nacho. Mike won't let him in the lot though, Saul tries to abandon his car, Mike tells him not to ("You got a poop-filled diaper in there you're gonna throw it at me? You gonna gum me to death, huh geezer?"), and Mike nearly breaks Saul's arm pinning him to the ground.
The cops try to get Mike to press charges so they have leverage to get Saul to make Nacho confess, but Mike believes Saul's "No one took the Kettlemans, the Kettlemans took themselves" story, and even goes as far as to tip him off to where they probably ran off to ("It's human nature to wanna stay close to home").
Saul wanders into the desert behind the Kettlemans' house and eventually finds them in a tent way out in the brush. He calls Kim ("I found your dumb ass clients"), confronts them with the same line he used to confront his brother in the jail at the beginning of the episode ("Heeeeere's Johnny!"), and, as he tries to force them to pack it up and head back to their home, gets in a tug-o-war over a bag that rips open to reveal piles of the embezzled cash.
"Yeah," Saul says.
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Grant Marek is a Senior Editor at Thrillist and he used to mow his parents' lawn while listening to TLC's CrazySexyCool and would stop every 25ft to check if the anti-shock protection was on. Follow him on Twitter at @grant_marek.