Welcome to the top floor Chuck McGill. In this flashback, Chuck's a bonafide attorney and not hibernating from society. Of course, Jimmy gets turned away for an internship via Howard, yet it's unclear at this stage if Chuck has any involvement. He does tend to give out shifty eyes whenever Jimmy has bright ideas.
Flash Forward to young Paul Newman as Matlock, and we're back at the retirement home watching the elderly ladies aerobics the crap out of the dipping pool. Jimmy discovers the retirement village is ripping of the residents.
Gotta love an attorney that writes a letter of demand on a piece of cardboard and a few squares of toilet paper while pretending to go to the toilet.
After a spot of dumpster diving, Jimmy spends a night piecing shredded documents together. Within 24 hours, Chuck and Jimmy are working the case together. We can only wonder how this will go with Chuck's partnership with HHM.
Consumed with the case, Chuck ventures outside without thinking, hence moving forward with his recovery.
So here's what we know. Jimmy's the little guy. He's the guy that everyone walks over. The guy that finishes last. And all he wants to do is help the other little guys.
He'll never get rich that way...