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  • Amusement Parks
    • Hildago Golf Course
      • Level in golfing video game. (Season 5 episode Bad Choice Road)
  • Apartment and Condos
    • The Beachcomber
      • Apartment complex Jimmy mentions looking into in flashback scene. (Season 2 episode Rebecca)
  • Automotive Services
    • A-Z Fine Upholstery
      • Mike tracks Nacho down to his father's upholstery shop to get Daniel Wormald's stolen baseball cards back. (Season 2 episode Cobbler)
    • Five J's Auto Parts
      • Junkyard in Albuquerque where Mike disassembles his car while searching for a tracking device. (Season 3 episode Mabel)
    • SMQ Parking
      • Company that Mile works for when working as a parking attendant at the courthouse, where he meets Jimmy.
  • Baby Products
    • Tony the Toilet Buddy
      • Sexually suggestive talking toilet invented by one of Jimmy's potential clients. (Season 1 episode Alpine Shepherd Boy)
  • Bakeries
    • ABC Cake Shop & Bakery
      • Cake Jimmy brings Irene. (Season 3 episode Lantern)
    • Church's Donuts
      • Company that Schweikart mentions to Chuck, co-defense they were on together ten years ago. (Season 1 episode RICO)
  • Banks
    • Cradock Marine Bank
      • Jimmy and Kim hustle guy that hits on Kim at the Forque Bar in downtown Albuquerque, convincing him to give them a investment check from Cradock Marine bank for $10,000, made out to Jimmy's company, Ice Station Zebra Associates. (Season 2 episode Bali Ha'i)
    • Emerson Bank
      • Kim's bank - from the $14,815 check she gives Howard to pay for her education. (Season 3 episode Slip)
    • Mesa Verde Bank and Trust
      • Howard Hamlin's first bank account, and new account that Kim Wexler brings into HHM. (Season 2 episode Rebecca) Kim fights to take the account with her when she leaves HHM, but loses them to Chuck. (Season 2 episode Fifi)
    • Southwestern Bank Of The East
      • Bank on the $700 check that Jimmy receives for defending the three "knucklehead" clients that sexually abused a corpse. Bank on the $26,000 check to Jimmy from Hamlin Hamlin & McGill. (Season 1 episode Uno)
    • Walker Ridge
      • Competition that Kim's Mesa Verde clients mention. (Season 4 episode Something Beautiful)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Arno's
      • Bar in Chicago where Jimmy reunites with his old buddy Marco. (Season 1 episode Marco)
    • McClure's
      • Cop bar where Mike stalks his son's killers. (Season 1 episode Five-Oh)
    • The Red Dog
      • Cop bar Mike mentions when being questioned about where he was the night his son was killed. (Season 1 episode Five-Oh)
  • Books-Reference
    • The Complete Book of Rules of Parking Validation
      • Joke Jimmy makes to Mike. (Season 1 episode Alpine Shepherd Boy)
  • Bus Lines
    • Sightline Coachways
      • Bus Jimmy takes to Coushatta, Louisiana. (Season 4 episode Coushatta)
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • Free Will Baptist Church
      • In order to sabotage the state's case against Huell, Jimmy fabricates a community of people supporting him in Coushatta, Louisiana that includes a local church named Free Will Baptist Church. (Season 4 episode Coushatta)
  • Clothing Stores
    • ABQ Kid's Store & Playhouse
      • Job ad in the newspaper that Jimmy circles. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
  • Colors
    • Daydream Harvest
      • Color that Jimmy paints on the wall in is new office: "Oh, hey, what do you think? It's Etude in Blue over Daydream Harvest. I wanted it to look like morning over the Sandias." (Season 3 episode Witness)
    • Etude in Blue
      • Color that Jimmy paints on the wall in is new office: "Oh, hey, what do you think? It's Etude in Blue over Daydream Harvest. I wanted it to look like morning over the Sandias." (Season 3 episode Witness)
    • Hamlindigo Blue
      • Trademark-branded identifying color of the HHM tri-rectangle logo graphic. (Season 1 episode Hero)
    • Rhapsody In Blond
      • Hair color that Jimmy mentions to the ladies at the salon. (Season 1 episode Hero)
    • Sassafras Glow
      • Hair color that Jimmy mentions to the ladies at the salon. (Season 1 episode Hero)
    • Strawberry Fields Forever
      • Hair color that Jimmy mentions to the ladies at the salon. (Season 1 episode Hero)
  • Communications Companies
    • FionaCom
      • Sign on wall at CC mobile, the cell phone retail chain store in Albuquerque where Jimmy takes a job. (Season 4 episode Talk)
    • FioncaCom
      • Notice of service suspension that Jimmy receives in the mail. (Season 1 episode Uno)
    • McArthur Wireless
      • Past Due bill that Jimmy receives in the mail. (Season 1 episode Uno)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • EHS
      • a.k.a. Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity. Condition that Jimmy's brother Chuck claims to experience, describing it as "an acute allergy to electromagnetism." While based on a condition that real people claim to experience, EHS has no scientific basis and is not a recognized medical diagnosis.
  • Construction Companies
    • Addyston Pipe and Steel
      • Company that Schweikart mentions to Chuck that he quoted when they were on a co-defense together ten years ago. (Season 1 episode RICO)
    • Hansen Construction
      • Construction company listed in classifieds section of Jimmy's Albuquerque Journal newspaper. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
  • Convenience Stores and Gas Stations
    • Sandia Mart
      • Convenience store Saul mentions in court, where plaintiff was working the night he claims Saul's client robbed his store. (Season 5 episode Namaste)
    • Stop N Shop
      • Joke Jimmy makes to Mike's veterinarian contact: "I'm looking for someone with a light touch. I'm not talking some teenager taking a five-finger discount on string cheese at the Stop N Shop." (Season 3 episode Chicanery)
  • Corporations
    • Ice Station Zebra Associates
      • Jimmy and Kim hustle guy that hits on Kim at the Forque Bar in downtown Albuquerque, convincing him to give them a investment check from Cradock Marine bank for $10,000, made out to Jimmy's company, Ice Station Zebra Associates. (Season 2 episode Bali Ha'i)
  • Countries
    • The Sandia Republic
      • One of Jimmy's potential clients wants to hire him to help him secede from the United States and establish his own country. (Season 1 episode Alpine Shepherd Boy)
    • Uqbar Orbis
      • Fictional country in Jimmy and Marco's scam: "Okay, his name is Idi Abbassi. He's 27 years old. He's a Nigerian prince. He's worth, conservatively, $400 million. The dictatorship of equatorial Uqbar Orbis is detaining him on trumped-up charges. Now, the Abbassi family, they're going crazy. They will reward whoever helps them get their boy back. The hitch is the banks have frozen their assets. I'm talking Irish Sweeps tickets, a whole trunk full of them. They're just sitting at O'Hare, impounded in customs." (Season 1 episode Marco)
  • Dates
    • November 12, 1960
      • Date of Birth on James M. McGill's driver's license. (Season 5 episode JMM)
    • February 13, 1968
      • Date of Birth of Kimberly Wexler's driver's license. (Season 5 episode JMM)
    • April 21, 1970
      • Date of Birth on Jimmy's partner Henry Gondorff's Illinois driver's license. (Season 1 episode Hero)
    • December 18, 1977
      • Date of Birth on Travelwire employee Fred Whalen's driver's license. (Season 5 episode JMM)
    • July 2, 1991
      • Issue Date on Jimmy's partner Henry Gondorff's Illinois driver's license. (Season 1 episode Hero)
    • July 3, 1995
      • Expiration Date on Jimmy's partner Henry Gondorff's Illinois driver's license. (Season 1 episode Hero)
    • August 1, 1999
      • Date of Sandpiper case item number 44 that Jimmy reviews for Davis & Main, a residency contract for Abigail Hildreth. (Season 2 episode Bali Ha'i)
    • September 15, 1999
      • Date of Sandpiper case item number 12 that Jimmy reviews for Davis & Main, the corresponding deposition for Abigail Hildreth's residency contract. (Season 2 episode Bali Ha'i)
    • October 13, 2001
      • Date that Jimmy's three "knucklehead" clients that sexually abused a corpse. X-Files reference, 10/13 being Fox Mulder's birthday, Chris Carter's birthday and production company. (Season 1 episode Uno)
    • December 8, 2001
      • Issue Date on Mike's cab driver Francisco Fernandez's New Mexico Taxicab Driver's permit. (Season 1 episode Five-Oh)
    • December 20, 2001
      • Issue Date on Travelwire employee Fred Whalen's driver's license. (Season 5 episode JMM)
    • May 11, 2002
      • Issued Date on James M. McGill's driver's license. (Season 5 episode JMM)
    • May 13, 2002
      • Date on the $700 check that Jimmy receives for defending the three "knucklehead" clients that sexually abused a corpse. Date on check from Hamlin Hamlin & McGill. (Season 1 episode Uno)
    • December 8, 2002
      • Expiration Date on Mike's cab driver Francisco Fernandez's New Mexico Taxicab Driver's permit. (Season 1 episode Five-Oh)
    • March 4, 2003
      • Kim writes HHM a check for $14,815 to pay Howard back for her education. (Season 3 episode Slip)
    • April 7, 2003
      • Howard and Kim meet with Chuck's ex-wife Rebecca to finalize his estate. (Season 4 episode Breathe)
    • June 3, 2003
      • Date of report entered in Jimmy's PPD Case file. (Season 4 episode Something Stupid)
    • October 13, 2003
      • Date of report entered in Jimmy's PPD Case file. (Season 4 episode Something Stupid)
    • November 11, 2003
      • Issued Date on Nacho's father's fake Manitoba, Canada Identification Card, under the name Felipe Cavallo. (Season 4 episode Coushatta)
    • December 9, 2003
      • Issued Date on Nacho's fake Manitoba, Canada Identification Card, under the name Martin Cavallo. (Season 4 episode Coushatta)
    • January 12, 2004
      • Date of report entered in Jimmy's PPD Case file. (Season 4 episode Something Stupid)
    • May 26, 2004
      • Jimmy McGill and Kim Wexler get married at a Bernalillo County courthouse in Albuquerque, New Mexico. (Season 5 episode JMM)
    • December 18, 2005
      • Date of Expiration on Travelwire employee Fred Whalen's driver's license. (Season 5 episode JMM)
    • November 10, 2008
      • Date of Expiration on Nacho's father's fake Manitoba, Canada Identification Card, under the name Felipe Cavallo. (Season 4 episode Coushatta)
    • December 8, 2008
      • Expiration Date on Nacho's fake Manitoba, Canada Identification Card, under the name Martin Cavallo. (Season 4 episode Coushatta)
    • May 11, 2010
      • Date of Expiration on James M. McGill's driver's license. (Season 5 episode JMM)
  • Dates-Annual
    • November 12
      • Date that Jimmy mentions to Francesca when he's packing up his stuff to disappear and she's shredding his documents in the flash forward scene, when she agrees to be at a phone booth to receive a call. (Season 4 episode Quite a Ride)
  • Department, Discount and General Stores
    • Kristoff Pawn
      • Pawn shop where Jimmy buys bagpipes to play at work, part of his attempt to get fired instead of having to quite and getting to keep his signing bonus. (Season 2 episode Inflatable)
  • Doctors
    • Dr. Lara Cruz
      • Doctor that treates Jimmy's brother Chuck in multiple episodes.
    • Dr. Maureen Bruckner
      • Doctor from Johns Hopkins Hospital that Gus Fring hires to treat Hector's paralysis symptoms after he suffers a stroke. (Season 4 episode Breathe)
  • Drugstores
    • Southwestern Drug Store RX
      • Pharmacy listed in classifieds section of Jimmy's Albuquerque Journal newspaper. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
  • Electronics Stores
    • CC Mobile
      • Cell phone retail chain store in Albuquerque where Jimmy takes a job. (Season 4 episode Talk)
    • Winslow's Computer Services
      • Computer repair service listed in classifieds section of Jimmy's Albuquerque Journal newspaper. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
  • Elementary Schools
    • W.H. Mauldin Elementary School
      • Elementary school where Jimmy shoots a scene for a commercial without permission of him beneath a flag. (Season 2 episode Nailed)
  • Energy Companies
    • Gatwood Oil
      • Kim's Mesa Verde bank clients ask her to consult with their friend that owns Gatwood Oil. (Season 3 episode Slip)
  • Fast Food-Chicken
    • Los Pollos Hermanos
      • Gus Fring's notorious fast food chicken place that also distributes drugs across the Southwestern United States. (Season 3 episode Witness)
  • Film Production Companies
    • Julian Productions
      • Students that Jimmy hires to film his television commercial to recruit more old folks for his lawsuit against Sandpiper Crossing. (Season 2 episode Amarillo)
    • Saul Goodman Productions
      • Company that Jimmy creates to sell the commercial time that he paid for but is losing money on after losing his legal license. Saul Goodman comes from the phrase, "It's all good, man." (Season 3 episode Off Brand)
  • Financial Services
    • TravelWire Money Transfer
      • Money transfer office in Albuquerque where Mike goes looking for Werner Ziegler. (Season 4 episode Winner)
  • Food Companies
    • Desert Beverage
      • Vending machine restocking company where Ira works - the guy that Jimmy hires to steal the figurine from Neff Copiers. (Season 4 episode Talk)
  • Funeral Homes, Mortuaries and Morgues
    • Allied Funeral Homes
      • Client Jimmy meets his first day wearing colorful suits, part of his attempt to get fired instead of having to quite and getting to keep his signing bonus. (Season 2 episode Inflatable)
  • Furniture Stores
    • Duke City Reclliners
      • Furniture store in Albuquerque for whom Jimmy films a commercial. (Season 3 episode Expenses)
  • Gangs
    • Colorado Kings
      • Jimmy sells pay as you go phones to members of a local biker gang. (Season 4 episode Quite a Ride)
  • Hardware Stores
    • Tyler Hardware
      • Hardware store next door to CC Mobile, the cell phone retail chain store in Albuquerque where immy takes a job. (Season 4 episode Talk)
  • Health Clubs, Massage and Spa Services
    • North Valley Fit
      • Kim's gym. (Season 3 episode Sunk Costs)
  • Home Furnishing Stores
    • Wade's Shades
      • Home furnishing service listed in classifieds section of Jimmy's Albuquerque Journal newspaper. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
  • Home Maintenance Services
    • Camplight Handyman
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Dilligent Custom Repairs
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Ichobad's Repairs
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Jason's Handywork
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Keep It Clean Renovations
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Kendrick's Home Repair
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Kenny's Repairs
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Keystone & Co Fix
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Kipperman Construction
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Kitchen Repairs N' More
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Knapp Ave Contractors
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Lenny's Repairs
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Less Stress Repairs
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Lester's Honey-Do List
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Little House On The Mesa Repairs
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Little Miss Moffet Interior Design
      • Home furnishing service listed in classifieds section of Jimmy's Albuquerque Journal newspaper. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
    • Living Made Easy
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Loma Del Rey Fix-It
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Loring A-1 Repair & Woodworking
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Luzzato Remodeling & Repair
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Martin's Handyman and Repair
      • Service Chuck hires to fix his door, an appointment that Kim intercepts, canceling it, allowing Jimmy to hire Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Mr. Repairs
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Rahsaan's Retiling & Floor Repairs
      • Home repair service listed in classifieds section of Jimmy's Albuquerque Journal newspaper. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
    • Sam's Home Repairs
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
    • Shape Up Siding Supplies
      • One of the contractors/handyman services listed in the yellow pages when Kim is searching for the service that Chuck hired to fix his door, so that she can cancel it, and Jimmy can Mike instead, to take photographs of the inside of Chuck's house. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
  • Hospitals
    • Clinica Gratuita
      • Clinic where Mike goes to get cocaine to sabotage one of Hector's trucks near the US-Mexico border crossing. (Season 3 episode Sunk Costs)
    • Lovelace Medical Center
      • Hospital from various episodes.
    • Lowe Memorial Hospital
      • Hospital where Jimmy recovers after passing out while working at Cinnabon. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
  • Housing-Other
    • Oasis Motor Court
      • Old faded billboard out on the highway, near the spot where Mike robs Hector Salamanca's money smuggling Regalo Helado truck. (Season 2 episode Nailed) Mike searches for and finds a body and reports it to the police. (Season 3 episode Slip)
  • Ice Cream and Yogurt Shops
    • El Griego Guiñador
      • Hector's ice cream store, which he tells Don Eladio he named after him, a.k.a. "The Winking Greek". (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
  • Industrial Companies
    • O'Malley Industries
      • Howard Hamlin's client at the restaurant when he runs into Kim Wexler. (Season 3 episode Slip)
  • Insurance Services
    • Elton Home Insurance
      • Insurance company listed in classifieds section of Jimmy's Albuquerque Journal newspaper. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
    • NEIC Group
      • Insurance provider on file for Gene Takavic, a.k.a. Jimmy McGill, seen on the Lowe Memorial Hospital front desk computer screen. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
    • Santa Rosa Insurance Group
      • Jimmy and Chuck's legal insurance. Jimmy attempts to get some of his money back after being banned from practicing law for a year. (Season 3 episode Expenses)
  • Laundry, Dry Cleaning and Tailoring
    • Lavanderia Brillante
      • Gus Fring's industrial laundry where Mike oversees the installation of an underground lab. (Season 4 episode Something Stupid)
  • Laws and Statutes
    • Environmental Impact and Sustainability Act
      • Newly passed act that Chuck mentions as he transcribers his notes when Jimmy comes in to tell him he passed the bar in a flashback sequence. (Season 1 episode RICO)
  • Legal Services
    • Adamson, Field & Wright
      • Joseph Adamson's law firm. (Season 4 episode Winner)
    • Davis & Main
      • Santa Fe law firm that HHM brings in on Jimmy and Chuck's elderly fraud case. (Season 1 episode Marco) Jimmy accepts the job offer. (Season 2 episode Switch)
    • Hamlin Hamlin & McGill
      • Charles "Chuck" McGill's old law firm, from which he believes he will return to some day. (Season 1 episode Uno)
    • James McGill, Esq.: A Law Corporation
      • Jimmy's law practice, also listed as the Law Offices of James McGill on the check from Hamlin Hamlin & McGill. Chuck suggests Jimmy change the name to either Vanguard Law, or Gibraltar Law. (Season 1 episode Uno) Displayed as James M. McGill Attorney at Law, and abbreviated as JMM. (Season 1 episode Hero)
    • Reeves and Green
      • Kenneth Kazanjian's law firm, vouching for Daniel Stark. (Season 4 episode Winner)
    • Saul Goodman Attorney At Law
      • Jimmy McGill finally becomes known as Saul Goodman in Season 5.
    • Schweikart & Cokely
      • Law firm representing Sandpiper Crossing Assisted Living, the retirement community that Jimmy discovers is overcharging their residents. (Season 1 episode RICO)
    • Wexler-McGill, Partners At Law
      • 
Name of law firm partnership that Jimmy proposes to Kim. She declines. (Season 2 episode Inflatable)
  • Lodging-Hotels
    • Halpert Hotels, Inc.
      • Hotel company listed in classifieds section of Jimmy's Albuquerque Journal newspaper. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
  • Lodging-Motels
    • Sleep-Easy Motel
      • Sleazy motel in Springfield. "Hourly rates adult movies" (Season 9 episode The Cartridge Family)
    • Westward Ho! Motel
      • The Espinosa gang's headquarters, which the Salamanca's destroy. (Season 4 episode Talk)
  • Magazines
    • Handyman
      • Magazine Mike reads. (Season 3 episode Sabrosito)
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • Beneke Fabricators
      • When Jimmy is looking at jobs in the newspaper, there is an ad for Beneke Fabricators, the company where Skyler worked in Breaking Bad. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
    • Lake Michigan Standpipe
      • Marco's brother-in-law's company, where Marco's working now. (Season 1 episode Marco)
    • Morrissey Medical Supply
      • Medical supply company in Lincoln Nebraska on the syringes invoice that enables Jimmy to invoke the RICO racketeering act in his lawsuit against Sandpiper Crossing Assisted Living, the retirement community that Jimmy discovers is overcharging their residents. (Season 1 episode RICO)
  • Menu Items
    • Pollos Classic
      • Menu item at Los Pollos Hermanos that Jimmy orders. (Season 3 episode Witness)
    • Spice Curls
      • Los Pollos Hermanos' latest offering - "The curly fry with the southwestern kick" (Season 5 episode JMM)
  • Middle Schools
    • Red Cloud Junior High School
      • Kim's school, from flashback of her mother coming to pick her up, driving drunk. (Season 5 episode Wexler vs. Goodman)
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • Cheetah Shippers
      • Shipping service listed in classifieds section of Jimmy's Albuquerque Journal newspaper. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
    • Cossoff Transit Systems
      • Truck crossing the border into Santa Teresa, New Mexico.
    • Graphite Lines
      • Truck crossing the border into Santa Teresa, New Mexico.
    • Krym Freight
      • Truck crossing the border into Santa Teresa, New Mexico.
    • O'Hara & Sons Movers
      • Moving company. (Season 5 episode Dedicado a Max)
    • Regalo Helado
      • Frozen-goods shipping company based in Mexico that Hector Salamanca and his crew use to smuggle goods and cash. (Season 2 episode Fifi)
  • Music Stores
    • ABQ In Tune
      • Music store in Albuquerque for whom Jimmy films a commercial. (Season 3 episode Expenses)
  • Office Supply Stores
    • Neff Copiers
      • Jimmy applies for a job, is offered a position, which he then declines. (Season 4 episode Breathe)
    • Perfect Prism Printing
      • Job ad in the newspaper. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
  • Party Planning and Supplies
    • Purely Party Supplies
      • Party supply company listed in classifieds section of Jimmy's Albuquerque Journal newspaper.
  • Pet Services
    • Dr. Caldera
      • Mike's veterinarian contact that helps him find jobs, from various episodes.
  • Pizza Parlors
    • Polmieri Pizza
      • Restaurant owned by Madrigal Electromotive. (Season 5 episode JMM)
  • Programs and Projects
    • Operation Kingbreaker
      • FBI task force that Jimmy makes up when Tuco threatens his life in the desert. (Season 1 episode Mijo)
  • Quotes
    • Freddy
      • Freddy: Hey man. That was done Jedi mind shit right there. (Season 3 episode Slip)
    • Jimmy McGill
      • Jimmy McGill: Who leaves two cub scouts in a double parked car with the engine running? (Season 1 episode Marco)
      • Jimmy McGill: Brenda, looking good. Nice 'do. Where's Lord Vader? (Season 1 episode Uno)
      • Jimmy McGill: It's all good, man. (Season 4 episode Winner)
      • Jimmy McGill: It's all good, man. (Season 3 episode Off Brand)
      • Jimmy McGill: Here's Johnny! (Season 1 episode Nacho)
  • Realms
    • Cloud Cuckoo Land
      • Joke Jimmy makes: Can we all parachute down from Cloud Cuckoo Land? (Season 1 episode Bingo)
  • Realty Services
    • Deerview Investment Properties
      • Company Kim represents. (Season 3 episode The Guy For This)
  • Restaurants-Asian
    • Haau Chuen Wok
      • Restaurant owned by Madrigal Electromotive. (Season 5 episode JMM)
  • Restaurants-Other
    • Birdie's Homestyle Buffet
      • Restaurant in Amarillo, Texas where the bus of old folks is heading when Jimmy pays the bus driver to pull over so he can solicit more old folks for his lawsuit against Sandpiper Crossing. (Season 2 episode Amarillo)
    • Empty Plate
      • Fancy new salad place where Julie offers to petty cash a launch order for Kim so she can go through some Sandpiper documents for Award instead of leaving for lunch. (Season 2 episode Bali Ha'i)
    • Luftwaffle
      • Restaurant owned by Madrigal Electromotive. (Season 5 episode JMM)
    • Stingin' Rays
      • Restaurant owned by Madrigal Electromotive, currently featuring an Avocado Mania campaign. (Season 5 episode JMM)
    • Whiskeystay's
      • Restaurant owned by Madrigal Electromotive. (Season 5 episode JMM)
  • Retirement Communities
    • Casa Tranquila
      • Assisted living facility in Albuquerque where Hector Salamanca lives. (Season 5 episode Bad Choice Road)
    • Sandpiper Crossing Assisted Living
      • Retirement community that Jimmy discovers is overcharging their residents. (Season 1 episode RICO)
  • Security Services
    • Ex-Con Home Security
      • Home security company. "From the Big House… To Your House" (Season 9 episode The Cartridge Family)
  • Sports Teams-Mascots
    • Land Crabs
      • Mascot of the University of American Samoa, the college where Jimmy got his law degree. (Season 1 episode RICO)
  • Stores-Other
    • Bethlehem Trading Post
      • Saul buys three bowling balls, which he throws over Howard's fence, damaging his car. (Season 5 episode Namaste)
  • Strip Clubs
    • Fantasy World
      • Strip club where Mike takes Werner Ziegler for some recreation. (Season 4 episode Coushatta)
  • Taxi Service
    • Chicago Green Ribbon Taxi
      • Chicago text service that takes Jimmy to Arno's bar. (Season 1 episode Marco)
    • Omaha United Cabs
      • Cab Jimmy takes from the hospital. (Season 4 episode Smoke) A cab driver recognizes Saul at the mall. (Season 5 episode Magic Man)
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • Arroyo Vista
      • Saul's new client's address - the squatter that Mesa Verde is attempting to move so that they can build a new call center. (Season 5 episode Dedicado a Max)
  • Trivia
  • TV Stations
    • KWBV
      • Fictional TV station in Albuquerque, New Mexico where Jimmy bought his commercial time. (Season 3 episode Off Brand)
  • Universities
    • University Of American Samoa
      • College where Jimmy got his law degree. (Season 1 episode RICO)
  • Water
    • Dulce Vega Hot Springs
      • Natural springs where Mike finds Werner Ziegler. (Season 4 episode Winner)

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