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Old 09-24-2013, 01:06 PM   #166
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Re: Breaking Bad Season 5

Let me add:

I think in the end Walt dies (either by himself, someone else or cancer) and his family gets jack as far as money. He was better off dieing of cancer back in season one then have played all this out; at least he would have died an honorable man.
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Old 09-24-2013, 01:26 PM   #167
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LOL! I ked.

I am still lost as to what will happen.

I still say Walt JR goes down as the shocker to the final.


It is hard for me to grasp Todd as the bad guy I still picture him as the geeky kid from FNL; whose character I loved.
Yeah someone else close to Walt is probably going to die. Could very well be Jr.

Todd is definitely a big departure from Landry. Or Lance as coach called him.
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Old 09-24-2013, 01:30 PM   #168
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Yeah someone else close to Walt is probably going to die. Could very well be Jr.

Todd is definitely a big departure from Landry. Or Lance as coach called him.
I literally jumped when they were in Holly's room when Skylar walked in.

I just keep thinking please please don't hurt the baby.


Someday I hope to forget the majority of this story and just sit down to a wick marathon showing of it. I think that be the best way to enjoy it. I am SO jealous of anyone has not seen this show yet.
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I'm just really happy the writers are injecting the Gray Matter arc into the finale. It was sort of lying beneath the chaos this entire show... and they may finally tie this up. No half measures!
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I'm just really happy the writers are injecting the Gray Matter arc into the finale. It was sort of lying beneath the chaos this entire show... and they may finally tie this up. No half measures!
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Old 09-25-2013, 09:21 AM   #171
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So does Walter go down guns blazing? Looks like he's intent on leaving his mark somehow. It can't all be for nothing.

Gotta think that he takes down Uncle Jack and company.

What does he do with Jesse?

What does he do with the ricin?

What does he do with his money now that it's apparent his family wants nothing to do with him?
I think Jesse is left to rot as a meth cook

I thought it was for Lydia, pour it in her tea. But I don't know now

Sends it to them anyway and hopes they change their mind one day?

All that said, I think Walt has to lose in the end. Whether it's his life, or the life of a loved one. Or both. I don't get the impression the writers want him to "win"
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I think Jesse is left to rot as a meth cook

I thought it was for Lydia, pour it in her tea. But I don't know now

Sends it to them anyway and hopes they change their mind one day?

All that said, I think Walt has to lose in the end. Whether it's his life, or the life of a loved one. Or both. I don't get the impression the writers want him to "win"
I think the Ricin will either be for Grey Matter or Walt himself. I don't really see a way they could bring it back into Lydia at this point. She would really have no reason to "sit down" with Walt so he could be sneaky about it.... Really no one would at this point, which makes me think he'll just take it himself.

I gotta say, when they shot Andrea that was probably the biggest jump out of my chair moment of the whole series. Has there been anyone in the entire series that has been killed like that who was so innocent (even Hank/Gomez know the dangers of their job)?

** Edit: Obviously forgot about Drew Sharp**
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Old 09-25-2013, 02:03 PM   #173
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Let me add:

I think in the end Walt dies (either by himself, someone else or cancer) and his family gets jack as far as money. He was better off dieing of cancer back in season one then have played all this out; at least he would have died an honorable man.
This plays into my theory as well.

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Old 09-25-2013, 03:50 PM   #174
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No way Walt makes it out alive. The whole point of the show was summed up in the last episode. Here's this guy who tells himself he's doing this for his family. Yet everything he does is destructive towards that. And in the end instead of going to jail for his family...he goes to what is essentially jail to die. He only comes out not to do anything for his family but instead because his pride and ego get bruised again by the Gray Matter stuff. At the end of the day he only cares that he never had the life and success he thought he should have and that's what all of this has been about.
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Old 09-25-2013, 03:52 PM   #175
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And yeah he's going after the Nazis...he'll kill them only to be killed by Jesse in the end. Gotta be the way.
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No way Walt makes it out alive. The whole point of the show was summed up in the last episode. Here's this guy who tells himself he's doing this for his family. Yet everything he does is destructive towards that. And in the end instead of going to jail for his family...he goes to what is essentially jail to die. He only comes out not to do anything for his family but instead because his pride and ego get bruised again by the Gray Matter stuff. At the end of the day he only cares that he never had the life and success he thought he should have and that's what all of this has been about.
Exactly! That was a great post it is more then the cancer it is also his missed opportunity at the business his friend made billions off and he was just a lowly chem teacher. HE was never happy with where his life ended up cancer or no cancer.

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Few crazy thoughts here:

It's inevitable that Walt and Jesse become reunited for at least one final scene. There has to be some remaining dialogue between them to end the series. Perhaps Jesse lives, perhaps he dies for his crimes- no idea. But I'm certain they will speak next episode.

Additionally, I can't help but notice some odd things within this scene:


I'm watching Walt's face, and if you mute it... it looks like he's apologizing. I know that there is a moral argument about Walt, and his identity, but this scene looks like Walt is saying sorry for watching Jane die. (maybe I'm looking into this too much, but the 2 eagles soaring together also seems to signify something as well.... perhaps that Jesse and Walt's respective fates are the same?).


Additionally, I think there's more to Todd and Walt's relationship than meets the eye. It seems awfully too convenient that Todd steps up and saves Jesse, while also giving Walt a barrel of money. If Walt wanted Jesse alive, protected, and preserved... that's the way to do it. Things went out of wack, and waaaayyy off course, but Walt may still have gotten his wish.

Obviously no-one knows what's going on, but I have some sneaking suspicion Walt is still has more control than we are led to believe, but will spiral out of control a la Scarface.

There are obviously some gaping holes in my theory, but I'm bored and it's fun to speculate
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Amazing. Go Gilligan!

I tried getting tickets for the finale at the Hollywood cemetery... The cast and crew are going to be there. Sold out in minutes.
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Re: Breaking Bad Season 5

Walt, Sr. fakes his own death, takes his barrel of money and retires to become a lumberjack in Oregon.
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Walt, Sr. fakes his own death, takes his barrel of money and retires to become a lumberjack in Oregon.
yes. this.


I really didn't like the whole last season of dexter. too much seemed a bit forced. breaking bad's doing the last season thing SOOO much better.
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