The Acker Residence is the home of Everett Acker and the only remaining house in its former neighborhood.
Better Call Saul
Everett’s house is the only one left in its land lot. He refuses to sell it when Mesa Verde plans to build a call center there. When Kim Wexler meets Everett outside the house she pragmatically outlines the situation that he only took out a lease on the land but didn’t buy it but also tries to empathize his own point of view. She tells him that Mesa Verde raised the sum for buying him out. Acker refuses the new offer dismissing Kim’s overtures just as a calculated move by Mesa Verde so that no one will make him abandon his property. Kim angrily takes the offer off the table and tells him to stick to the law like his former neighbors who sold their homes. ("")
When a demolition crew is preparing to bulldoze the house Jimmy is acting his capacity, as Everett’s attorney approaches. Jimmy and Acker persuade a sheriff’s deputy that the address on the eviction order is wrong, which forces the demolition to be delayed by a day. One day Jimmy fixes the pottery that he shattered the night before. He claims that the house sits on a purported Native American archeological site, which causes another delay in Everett’s eviction. This becomes one of many obstacles Jimmy throws in the way of the demolition crew, which raises ridiculous debates over unclear state laws, staging a radioactive contamination of open land around the house, and faking a picture of Jesus on the fence, which causes even more delays. ("")