This season will focus heavily on Jimmy’s inner struggle. He is going to have to decide whether he wants to be on the good side or on the bad side, whether to stay on the moral side of the legal system or whether to engage in something risky that might ultimately benefit it. The viewers know what the consequence is going to be and hence they can enjoy the emotions better.
Jimmy McGill rejects a job offer in Season 1 of Better Call Saul, which had given rise to speculations that he had turned to the bad side. McGill then promised that he will not go to the bad side, but then heads to Cicero, Illinois. He then heads back to the scamming business with his friend Marco (Mel Rodriguez), but Marco soon dies and Jimmy is left in turmoil.
Peter Gould has informed TV Guide that the inner turmoil in Jimmy doesn’t lead him to an instant result. He doesn’t instantly become Saul Goodman. It will come but in its natural course of time.
He is going to use his skill as a problem solver to get some people out of trouble and will drown in alcohol and try to connect with his inner self to finally become the person that he does. His decision will spoil his relationship with Kim, and Chuck and Jimmy valued these two people in his life and hence it’s not going to be an easy task.
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