It really is quite a beautiful relationship between the brothers, and Bob Odenkirk does a brilliant job at portraying the younger brother who doesn't really feel he is equipped to be the responsible one.
Chuck seems nervous that Jimmy will once again become 'Slippin' Jimmy', which seems to be the premise for his disorder.
After his con last episode, Jimmy finally begins to see clients, but from fake-money-independent-country-hungry Ricky, to sex-toilet-guy, the prospects don't look great.
Jimmy discovers his niche: helping the elderly, and by the end of the episode, he's giving out jello cups with advertising on the bottom. Complete with a tailored white suit, he walks the nursing home, scouting for new clients.
Now to Mike. Finally we see Mike away from his day job and driving the same car he drives later in Breaking Bad. He parks on the side of the road, briefly involving himself in a stare down with who we assume is his daughter.
The last scene of this episode is four cops arriving at Mike's door. Maybe Mike's old colleagues?
Let's hope next week is a Mike week.