Lalo has an interesting indefinable something about him, that the others do not. I suppose that's why I can tolerate him onscreen a bit more than other Salamancas. As far as having the dimension of loving people in their family or immediate orbit, that's true of Mike, too, he loves his granddaughter, but to me that's baseline human behavior. He still is capable of murder and mayhem, he just recently executed Werner, someone he liked. On the other hand, lots of non-murderous people could not give a rip about their people who have taken care of them, etc. so I guess these bits show some humanity in otherwise despicable people. I'm not over Lalo killing the innocent wire transfer guy, though. That was so unnecessary. Now that the show has humanized Lalo by having him show affection for his people, he has even more fire in him to get to Nacho, beyond just offing him for his involvement in the attempt. He will want to make him suffer, and his father is a good way.