The episode begins some time prior to the series. A younger Chuck meets Jimmy in Cook County Jail, where Jimmy has been imprisoned for unspecified offenses which risk having him labeled as a sex offender. Chuck warns Jimmy that his life will be ruined if the charges go through, and Jimmy pleads with Chuck to help get the charges against him dismissed. Chuck agrees to represent Jimmy under the condition that he cleans up his act. In the present, Jimmy is anxious about Nacho's plot to extort the Kettlemans. He calls Kim Wexler, an acquaintance of his who works at Chuck's former law firm, which is providing legal counsel to the Kettlemans. Jimmy indirectly warns Kim about the potential danger to the Kettlemans, but then breaks off the call, insisting that he "is no hero." Later that night, Jimmy leaves an anonymous tip to the Kettlemans warning them that they are in danger. Concerned, the Kettlemans look outside their house and see somebody in a parked van watching them. The next morning...
Did You Know?
It is heavily possible that the graffiti mark left in front of Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk
) as he uses Nacho (Michael Mando
)'s contact number on the phone booth might be from Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul
). This is not only because it has the word "JP" on it, but during the teaser in the Breaking Bad
(2008) episode Breaking Bad: Problem Dog
(2011), the exact same mark of graffiti is shown behind Jesse. See more
When Saul is on the phone in the nail salon at the beginning of the episode, three camera crew and a camera light are visible in the mirror behind him. See more
Charles McGill. Client visit.
References Stuart Little
Find Out What's Happenin'
Written by Jerry Crutchfield
Performed by Bobby Bare See more