Jimmy, showing a callousness that will slowly define him this season, gladly lets Howard shoulder the blame for driving Chuck to suicide.
Both Mike and Jimmy get completely sucked into their illegal enterprises.
In this penultimate episode season, we have the Kim and Jimmy drama combusting as Mike faces a moral dilemma about his buddy, Werner.
Last week, Better Call Saul hit a high, and this week we got important character development for Kim.
This show, in my opinion, has slowly started to become more like Breaking Bad which perfectly mirrors Jimmy’s transformation into Saul Goodman.
Mike channels his anger at Matty’s senseless death into an orderly organized drug trade with as little mess as possible.
Jimmy really struggles in this episode. He sees the highs and thrills of illegal activity, but becomes acutely aware of his relative weakness in the Albuquerque underworld.