"The Guy for This"

Jimmy’s business enters uncharted territory. Kim’s confidence is tested when she’s faced with a legal problem only she can solve. Nacho navigates increased pressure from Gus. Mike continues to spiral.

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On Better Call Saul Season 5 Episode 2, Saul is a success at the courthouse but still has yet to win Kim over, while Jimmy's promotional stunt has consequences.

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"Magic Man"

On Better Call Saul Season 5 Episode 1, now doing business as “Saul Goodman,” Jimmy unveils an unorthodox strategy for client development.

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On Better Call Saul Season 4 Episode 10, Mike is forced to make a difficult decision, while Lalo tracks a loose end, and Jimmy turns the page on his reputation.

"Wiedersehen"

On Better Call Saul Season 4 Episode 9, Nacho is forced to make the rounds with Lalo while Jimmy and Kim risk their relationship when they unburden themselves.

"Coushatta"

On Better Call Saul Season 4 Episode 8, Mike lets his team blow off steam while Jimmy attempts to right a wrong, as Kim pulls out all the stops for a case.

"Something Stupid"

On Better Call Saul Season 4 Episode 7, Gus intervenes in Hector's medical care and Jimmy expands his business, but runs into a problem that only Kim can solve.

On Better Call Saul Season 4 Episode 6, Mike puts a plan into motion for Gus while Jimmy daydreams about Wexler-McGill, and Kim sets out to secure her future.

"Quite a Ride"

On Better Call Saul Season 4 Episode 5, Kim drives a hard bargain, Mike vets a potential partnership, and Jimmy identifies a new market for his talents.

On Better Call Saul Season 4 Episode 4, Kim pursues her bliss, Mike burns bridges, and restless Jimmy embarks on a new endeavor while Nacho enters a turf war.

Better Call Saul Quotes

Chuck: You think this is bad? This, this chicanery? He's done worse. That billboard: are you telling me that a man just happens to fall like that? No, he orchestrated it. Jimmy. He defecated through a sunroof, and I saved him. I shouldn't have. I took him into my own firm. What was I thinking? He'll never change. He'll never change. Ever since he was nine, always the same. Couldn't keep his hands out of the cash drawer. But not our Jimmy - couldn't be precious Jimmy! Stealing them blind, and HE gets to be a lawyer? What a sick joke! I should have stopped him when I had the chance. And you, you have to stop him!

You know, Jimmy, sometimes in our line of work, you can get so caught up in the idea of winning that you forget to listen to your heart.

Howard