Things, as expected, get so much worse for Jimmy once he makes it out of the desert.
Jimmy's finally in over his head, wholly completing his transition into Saul Goodman.
Jimmy and Kim are in a bad place
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.
Walt is trying to make a go of the meth business all on his own this time. Will it work? Probably not without help.
Mike, Walt, and Jesse find a new place to start cooking meth.
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.
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.
Mike finds himself at Los Pollos Hermanos when backtracking the people keeping an eye on him. And he's got Jimmy helping him spy.
Chuck hopes to use his tape of Jimmy for unrevealed purposes. Meanwhile, Mike tracks the person keeping a close eye on him.