Kim and Jimmy begin to further divide, as he's getting closer and closer to his life as Saul Goodman.
In the aftermath of Walt's decisions, he and Jesse have to figure out a way to stay alive.
Jimmy's restless, so he takes a salesman job. An injured Nacho gives the Salamanca twins a hand.
Jimmy deals with Chuck's death. Mike contemplates his work with Madrigal.
Jimmy pushes his despicable self to the limit. Meanwhile, Chuck is not doing well, perhaps the worst he's ever been.
Jimmy dives to new, even lower depths in his quest to make money. This time, turning Sandpiper residents on one another.
Jimmy struggles to find ways to make money. Chuck is working to get better. And Nacho starts putting his plan for Don Hector into motion.
Mike meets a couple old pals. At the same time, Jimmy struggles to keep up appearances and keep paying the bills.
Jimmy has to figure out how to sell off airtime when his suspension comes down. And thus emerges Saul Goodman, peeking out for the first time briefly.
Jimmy pulls out all the stops, no matter the cost, when he faces his brother Chuck in court.
Gus Fring receives an unexpected visit from Don Hector at Los Pollos Hermanos. Later, he goes to see Mike Ehrmantraut.
Jimmy struggles with his latest legal woes. And Mike, he meets a new business acquaintance; one who does not like Hector Salamanca.