The problem is Chuck was a really bad human being and it rubbed off on his cohorts. They, in turn, became just like him and here comes Jimmy reminding people that they're human and not machines. It didn't compute. They tried to hold onto what made them awful, he made them see their flaws and humanity and surprise, surprise! They're all awful! When the guy who admits he's the con artist is the only one telling the truth, you know there's something wrong with this picture. Kim's the biggest villain, though. She treats Jimmy the same way everyone else does, but she actually "loved" him and that... that's what wrecks him and creates the Saul Goodman we've come to know. I know Jimmy created his own bed and will have to lay in it, but I still feel bad for him. I think there's a person who wishes to do good buried in there.