Chuck is dead and Jimmy’s law career is on hiatus, but Jimmy is still finding ways to keep busy. However, his method of choice is to not pursue legal options, but to instead play around in the more elicit end of the swimming pool: specifically, coming up with capers that veer towards criminal, but don’t full-on feel like felonies.
Which is good, because honestly, the antics making headlines this week come from the less legal side of Albuquerque, as Nacho works with Gus’s people to stage a shootout that explains the death of Arturo. The fact that Arturo only died so that Nacho’s personal subterfuge never comes up, but he does certainly pay the price in the form of a bullet wound that’s just severe enough to make it look real.
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