'Better Call Saul' season 3 episode 2 spoilers: Chuck to use law against Jimmy

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With the third season for the "Breaking Bad" prequel "Better Call Saul" already underway with a pilot episode picking up from the action of season 2, spoilers for the second episode have kept things very interesting and intriguing.

A report from entertainment and lifestyle website Heavy released a number of speculations involving key characters in the upcoming episode titled "Witness." Also, based on the episode's synopsis, which read: "Jimmy and Kim hire an assistant; Mike seeks out a mysterious acquaintance; Chuck uses the law to gain an advantage over Jimmy," Chuck (Michael McKean) may reportedly attempt to leak his recorded evidence against Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk). Another possibility is that Chuck may try to have his brother disbarred from law practice.

As for Kim (Rhea Seehorn) and Jimmy, the two can be seen on the preview talking, and the former looks a bit upset, but the latter assured him that he's got "a good feeling about this," perhaps referring to the prospects of getting a new assistant.

Mike (Jonathan Banks), on the other hand, is off to continue his quest to find out who the real mastermind behind the threats and everything else he been receiving is. The "mysterious acquaintance" will hopefully be revealed in the upcoming episode.

Lastly, one of Breaking Bad's most iconic characters, Gustavo Fring (Giancarlo Esposito), will finally make an appearance, as the official preview for the episode showed his iconic Los Pollos Hermanos restaurant, and Gus himself, toward the tail end of the trailer.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the show's co-creator Peter Gould shared that having the character in the Breaking Bad prequel is something that that "was too delicious to pass up." "When Gus was killed off in the writers room of Breaking Bad, it was a very, very sad moment for all of us, because we loved the character and we love Giancarlo, and we felt there was so much more to say about him," explained Gould.