Inside How Saul Goodman Is Slowly Overtaking Jimmy
Back at work, Kim has to face Paige, her Mesa Verde client, as she celebrates how Kim and Jimmy took Chuck down in court. While Kim should be thrilled that she won, she can't even pretend to be happy. "She's struggling with her conscience as much as she's struggling to move forward, and Jimmy's doing a better job not worrying about his conscience," Rhea Seehorn explains in a new behind-the-scenes video.
While Kim breaks down, Jimmy's frantically putting the pieces back together without remorse. "Regret reflects what a good person [Kim] is, and Jimmy's lack of regret reflects how damaged he is and how hurt he is by his brother,” executive producer Melissa Bernstein says.