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The latest installment of AMC's "Better Call Saul" will depict the repercussions of Jimmy McGill's (Bob Odenkirk) actions. His ad for David and Maine will put his girlfriend, Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn), in a difficult spot. It remains to be seen if she will lose her job in Season 2 Episode 4 titled "Gloves Off."

In the last week's episode titled "Amarillo," Jimmy appeared in an advert that established his charisma and singularity. The advert, a direct attack on Sandpiper, brought in a lot of clients to his law firm, David and Maine. However, Jimmy's success was undercut by an angry phone call from his boss who reminded him that approvals are necessary before any project can be embarked upon.

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In the upcoming episode, Jimmy and Kim will be made to squirm in an interrogation arranged by their respective law firms. According to a Carter Matt article, Kim's position at Hamlin Hamlin & McGill will be jeopardised. The board members of the company will ask her why she withheld information about the advert if she knew about it earlier.

In response, Kim states that she assumed the commercial received the green signal and didn't consider it important to brief them about it. While this may not be a deal-breaker, this will definitely cause a dent in their relationship.

Elsewhere, Mike Ehrmantraut (Johnathan Banks) will struggle to provide monetary support to his daughter-in-law and granddaughter. He may just take up Nacho's job and become a mercenary. If he does, this cements his entry into a world of crime, where he will eventually meet Gustavo Fring.

Season 2 Episode 4's synopsis released via TV Guide reads:

Jimmy's actions unexpectedly create waves for Kim. Meanwhile, Mike cautiously weighs a lucrative proposal that might bring about dire consequences.

"Better Call Saul" Season 2 Episode 4 airs on Monday, March 7, at 10 p.m. on AMC. You can live-stream the episode here.