My husband and I scrimped and saved for so many years. We did our best to build a nest egg... so that we wouldn't be a burden to our family. After Ronald passed, I moved to an assisted living facility. A nice place. They told me they'd take care of everything. But, then one day they said all my money was gone. How could that be? Where did it all go?
|― Geraldine Strauss in Jimmy McGill's commercial for Davis & Main|
Geraldine Strauss was an elderly woman who collected porcelain Hummel figurines and was also a client of Jimmy McGill.
Jimmy comes to Mrs. Strauss' house. He assists her with estate planning, which mostly consists of allocating various Hummels to different friends and relatives. Mrs. Strauss finds Jimmy's moxie quite charming, and pays his full fee upfront. ("")
Jimmy asks Mrs. Strauss to star in his commercial for Davis & Main. In the commercial Mrs. Strauss tearfully admits that her life savings disappeared when she moved to an assisted living facility. ("")
During Jimmy's bar hearing, Mrs. Strauss comes to lend her support. She is one of the many who sit in the audience as Kim delivers her closing statements in Jimmy's defense. ("")
At CC Mobile, Jimmy gets a call from Brett Dunst, the executor of Mrs. Strauss' will. He is informed that she has passed away and that there's an issue with the will. Jimmy tells him that he's no longer practicing as a lawyer and refers him to HHM. Returning home, Jimmy loads up the VHS tape of the Davis & Main TV commercial that he filmed with Mrs. Strauss. ("")
- During her appearance in Jimmy's commercial for Davis & Main, Mrs. Strauss references a famous quote by Gloria Swanson in Sunset Boulevard: "I'm ready for my close-up."