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Jimmy McGill 2002

The Jimmy Timeline is the timeline in which most of Better Call Saul takes place, spanning the years 2002 to 2004, when Saul Goodman practiced law under his birthname James "Jimmy" McGill.

Timeline[]

  • "Uno" - May 13–25, 2002 (thirteen days)
  • "Mijo" - May 25 - June 15, 2002 (three weeks)
  • "Nacho" - June 15–16, 2002 (two days)
  • "Hero" - June 16–20, 2002 (five days)
  • "Alpine Shepherd Boy" - June 20–22, 2002 (three days)
  • "Five-O" - June 22, 2002 (one day)*
  • "Bingo" - June 23–25, 2002 (three days)
  • "RICO" - June 26–28, 2002 (three days)
  • "Pimento" - June 28–30, 2002 (three days)
  • "Marco" - June 30 - July 18, 2002 (three weeks)
  • "Switch" - July 18–25, 2002 (eight days)
  • "Cobbler" - July 26–27, 2002 (two days)
  • "Amarillo" - August 15–17, 2002 (three days)
  • "Gloves Off" - August 18–23, 2002 (six days)
  • "Rebecca" - August 24–27, 2002 (four days)
  • "Bali Ha'i"​ - August 27–30, 2002 (four days)
  • "Inflatable" - August 30 - September 12, 2002 (two weeks)
  • "Fifi" - September 13–18, 2002 (six days)
  • "Nailed" - September 19–24, 2002 (six days)
  • "Klick" - September 24–26, 2002 (three days)
  • "Mabel"- September 26–27, 2002 (two days)
  • "Witness" - September 27–30, 2002 (four days)
  • "Sunk Costs" - September 30 - October 2, 2002 (three days)
  • "Sabrosito" - October 2–4, 2002 (three days)
  • "Chicanery" - February 25–26, 2003 (two days)
  • "Off Brand" - February 27–28, 2003 (two days)
  • "Expenses" - March 1–3, 2003 (three days)
  • "Slip"- March 4–6, 2003 (three days)
  • "Fall" - March 7–18, 2003 (twelve days)
  • "Lantern" - March 18–28, 2003 (ten days)
  • "Smoke" - March 29–31, 2003 (three days)
  • "Breathe" - April 7, 2003 (one day)
  • "Something Beautiful" April 8–9, 2003 (two days)
  • "Talk" - April 10–12, 2003 (three days)
  • "Quite a Ride" - April 13–14, 2003 (two days)
  • "Piñata" - April 15, 2003 (one day)
  • "Something Stupid" - April 16, 2003 - January 16, 2004 (9 months)
  • "Coushatta" - January 17-20 2004 (three days)
  • "Wiedersehen" - January 21 - March 22, 2004 (2 months)
  • "Winner" - March 22 - April 1, 2004 (ten days)
  • "Magic Man" - April 1–3, 2004 (three days)
  • "50% Off" - April 8–10, 2004 (three days)
  • "The Guy For This" - April 10–11, 2004 (two days)
  • "Namaste" - April 12–13, 2004 (two days)
  • "Dedicado a Max" - April 14 - May 4, 2004 (three weeks)
  • "Wexler v. Goodman" - May 4–5, 2004 (two days)
  • "JMM" - May 6–8, 2004 (three days)
  • "Bagman" - May 9–10, 2004 (two days)
  • "Bad Choice Road" - May 10–12, 2004 (three days)
  • "Something Unforgivable" - May 12–13, 2004 (two days)
  • "Wine and Roses" - May 14–22, 2004 (eight days)
  • "Carrot and Stick" - May 23–24, 2004 (four days)
  • "Rock and Hard Place" - May 24–25, 2004 (three days)
  • "Hit and Run" - May 26–27, 2004 (two days)
  • "Black and Blue" - May 28 - June 13, 2004 (two weeks)
  • "Axe and Grind" - June 14–24, 2004 (ten days)
  • "Plan and Execution" - June 24, 2004 (one day)
  • "Point and Shoot" - June 24–25, 2004 (one day)
  • "Fun and Games" - June 25–29, 2004 - February 11, 2005 (7 months)

The flashbacks to Kim and Jimmy's divorce in "Waterworks" take place on an unspecified date, but since he had the white Cadillac with the November 2004 vanity license plate we know it has to be after November 2004. and also know it has to be in 2004 since it's been 6 years since they last seen each other in the present day, meaning it's most likely in December 2004.

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