'Better Call Saul'
Cast member Bob Odenkirk arrives on the red carpet for a screening of U.S. television series "Better Call Saul" at the 65th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 10, 2015. Reuters/Hannibal Hanschke

Jimmy will have to face the consequences of his actions in “Better Call Saul” Season 2 episode 4. A scene from the next episode released by AMC shows how his actions will affect not only his professional life, but will also jeopardise his relationship with someone close.

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Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) will have to face the heat for Jimmy’s (Bob Odenkirk) actions in the previous episode. She will have a meeting with Howard (Patrick Fabian) and Chuck (Michael McKean), where she will be asked about the TV advertisement Jimmy placed in the previous episode.

Kim doesn’t deny it and says that she saw the video a few days back. Howard asks her to explain why she didn’t bother telling him about it. Instead of telling the truth that she did not know that Jimmy didn’t get permission, she simply says that she didn’t think it was important at that time.

As Kim had previously expected, Howard points out that such missteps reflect badly on her. Kim and Jimmy’s relationship has been under some strain in “Better Call Saul” Season 2. Kim does not like the way Jimmy gets things done, even though she appreciates his talent.

AMC has also released the most talked about scene from the previous episode. The scene is of Jimmy getting a call from his boss, while he was watching a movie with Kim. Jimmy gets an earful from his boss, who asks for a meeting with the partners first thing in the morning.

Jimmy has done some phenomenal work in the customers outreach department by signing on a record number of clients. Chuck was the first one to raise some concern about the way in which the young lawyer was able to achieve so much so quickly.

It appears as though Jimmy’s instincts were right about the partners in his firm not liking his “showmanship” in the advertisement. While Jimmy faces his problems in the next episode of “Better Call Saul” season 2, Mike (Jonathan Banks) will have to carefully consider the offer Nacho (Michael Mando) made in the previous episode.

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Credit: YouTube/ AMC