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Better Call Saul: Why Mike Switched The Safe & Planted The Motel Number

He does this by having Mike plant an envelope in Nacho’s vault. Inside, there are bank statements showing the amount Nacho paid from a mysterious source called a fake transaction, suggesting that someone other than Gus paid for betraying the Salamancas. Below is Nacho’s motel phone number, so when Juan Bolsa calls there, he knows exactly where the target is hiding. I’d rather call Saul. Season 6’s Safe Swap scam is the only surefire way for Mike to get the envelope without Juan Bolsa noticing. Leaving the envelope on the coffee table might seem too suspicious, but Bolsa will be convinced of its legitimacy when she finds it in Nacho’s vault. Then another problem arises. Cracked safes can be easily identified by the huge hole drilled next to the mechanism. Unable to put the envelope in Nacho’s original safe without leaving an obvious trace, Mike gets an identical safe from Nacho’s and instead places a phone number next to a pile of cash to make sure the setup is believable.

Gus Spring’s master plan was also successful at the same time. And adverse effect. As Chickenman predicted, Juan Bolsa searches Nacho’s house, finds clues, breaks the safe, and finds a planted envelope. Bolsa falls into a ruse and, according to Gus’ plan, sends the dreaded Salamanca twins behind Nacho. A massive gunfight ensues, but Nacho survives and escapes. By this time Gus also learns that Lalo Salamanca is actually alive, and Mike points out how much trouble it will be if Nacho is captured and interrogated. Gus eventually agrees to bring Nachos to life. Should he have tried that in the first place? maybe. So you always Listen to Mike Ehrmantraut. I’d rather call Saul..

I’d rather call Saul. It continues on Monday at AMC.


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Better Call Saul: Why Mike Switched The Safe & Planted The Motel Number

He achieves this by having Mike plant the envelope in Nacho’s safe. Inside is a bank statement detailing payments from a mysterious source – falsified transactions implying Nacho was paid to betray the Salamancas by someone other than Gus. On the bottom is the phone number to Nacho’s motel, so when Juan Bolsa calls it, he knows exactly where his target is hiding. Better Call Saul season 6’s safe-swap con is Mike’s only foolproof way of getting this envelope inside without Juan Bolsa noticing. Leaving the envelope merely laying on a coffee table would look too suspicious, but if Bolsa found these documents inside Nacho’s safe, he’d surely be convinced of their legitimacy. Another problem then arises – a cracked safe is pretty easy to spot by virtue of a massive hole drilled next to the mechanism. Since Mike can’t plant the envelope inside Nacho’s original safe without leaving obvious signs behind, he imports a safe identical to Nacho’s and places the phone number there instead, alongside some cash stacks to make the setup look believable.
Gus Fring’s masterplan simultaneously succeeds and backfires. As the Chicken Man predicted, Juan Bolsa raids Nacho’s house for clues, cracks the safe, and finds the planted envelope. Bolsa falls for the ruse and, as per Gus’ plan, sends the dreaded Salamanca Twins after Nacho. Even though a huge firefight erupts, however, Nacho survives and escapes. By this point, Gus has also learned Lalo Salamanca is actually alive, and Mike points out how big a problem they’d have if Nacho was captured and interrogated. Gus finally agrees to bring Nacho in unharmed. Should he have tried this from the very beginning? Probably. And that’s why you should always listen to Mike Ehrmantraut in Better Call Saul.
Better Call Saul continues Mondays on AMC.

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Better Call Saul: Why Mike Switched The Safe & Planted The Motel Number

He achieves this by having Mike plant the envelope in Nacho’s safe. Inside is a bank statement detailing payments from a mysterious source – falsified transactions implying Nacho was paid to betray the Salamancas by someone other than Gus. On the bottom is the phone number to Nacho’s motel, so when Juan Bolsa calls it, he knows exactly where his target is hiding. Better Call Saul season 6’s safe-swap con is Mike’s only foolproof way of getting this envelope inside without Juan Bolsa noticing. Leaving the envelope merely laying on a coffee table would look too suspicious, but if Bolsa found these documents inside Nacho’s safe, he’d surely be convinced of their legitimacy. Another problem then arises – a cracked safe is pretty easy to spot by virtue of a massive hole drilled next to the mechanism. Since Mike can’t plant the envelope inside Nacho’s original safe without leaving obvious signs behind, he imports a safe identical to Nacho’s and places the phone number there instead, alongside some cash stacks to make the setup look believable.
Gus Fring’s masterplan simultaneously succeeds and backfires. As the Chicken Man predicted, Juan Bolsa raids Nacho’s house for clues, cracks the safe, and finds the planted envelope. Bolsa falls for the ruse and, as per Gus’ plan, sends the dreaded Salamanca Twins after Nacho. Even though a huge firefight erupts, however, Nacho survives and escapes. By this point, Gus has also learned Lalo Salamanca is actually alive, and Mike points out how big a problem they’d have if Nacho was captured and interrogated. Gus finally agrees to bring Nacho in unharmed. Should he have tried this from the very beginning? Probably. And that’s why you should always listen to Mike Ehrmantraut in Better Call Saul.
Better Call Saul continues Mondays on AMC.

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