Jimmy’s slippery moral slope gets even more slippery
Jimmy’s Saul persona gets worse, and Kim is going down with his ship.
Jimmy/Saul gets into serious business like never before, running into a familiar face from Breaking Bad.
Jimmy enacts his plan to help Huell. Nacho thinks about a way out.
Kim and Jimmy begin to further divide, as he’s getting closer and closer to his life as Saul Goodman.
Jimmy and Kim have different plans. Mike further sets up construction on the lab.
Mike aids Gus in setting up his lab. Jimmy figures out his clientele, for better or worse.
Skyler offers to pay for Hank’s medical bills. Walt and Gus meet alone to discuss current events.
Jimmy’s restless, so he takes a salesman job. An injured Nacho gives the Salamanca twins a hand.
Gus navigates the cartel world in the absence of Hector. Jimmy heads out for job interviews.
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.
Walt finally decides on granting Skyler a divorce. And he’s always dealing with his nasty hubris, as is his former partner Jesse.