Entertainment Buddha's Nick Hershey writes: "The beginning of episode three takes us to a flashback of a younger, mullet-wearing Jimmy McGill stuck in prison facing property damage, assault charges, and the possibility of getting slapped with a sexual offense charge. We learn from the interaction between him and brother Chuck that Jimmy has been vacant from family affairs over the last few years, and only reached out because he’s in trouble. For one reason or another, I couldn’t get past the idea of how fidgety and nervous Jimmy was. His mouth remains fast, but his inability to sit still for more than a second or two really grabbed my attention. He certainly didn’t move this much when Tuco had a gun pointed at him in episode two."