Flash forward to where we left off last episode and the Kettleman's are forced to ask for Jimmy's trust by bribing him. Although Jimmy asks to represent them instead, they tell him 'you're the kind of lawyer guilty people hire', and he takes the bribe.
After taking the money, Jimmy now can buy himself a nice suit and a nice big billboard. He targets the large law firm his brother is a name partner for and advertises with a mirror image logo. He also buys the exact same suit as his rival, Howard.
When Howard takes the bait by taking him to court for plagiarism, Jimmy enlists the help of 2 unsuspecting college students and hosts another elaborate stunt, where he 'saves the life' of the man removing his billboard.
The one thing we learnt from this episode is the Jimmy just can't catch a break, yet he is using to his advantage, thus becoming our beloved, Saul Goodman.
The one relationship I'm investing in however, is that of Jimmy and his brother Chuck. Here's a man so down on his luck he might as well give up, yet he's there for his brother, bringing ice and supplies daily.
I haven't figured Chuck out yet. He obviously suffers or has suffered from EHS, but I can't help but wonder if it's now more than that. A routine. Normality.