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• 9/16/2013

THE FINAL EPISODES: Discussion Thread

August 11th is finally here. This forum should have a thread where all Season 5B talk can go, so here it is.

Who else is more excited for today than they were for X-Mas as a 5 year old?

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• 9/30/2013

Oh Lord.

Huell's still in the safehouse.

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• 9/30/2013

That finale was perfect. Walter finally admitted he enjoyed being Heisenberg, he killed Jacks gang and Lydia, getting revenge for Hank and Gomie while making Blue Sky extinct, He got to see his family one last time, He found a way to make his family wealthy, and to complete te transformaton he died in a meth lab. He won. Amazing end to an amazing show.

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• 9/30/2013

I expected the ending to be bigger and better. 7/10 not because it was a bad episode (it wasnt at all) but because it didn't feel like Breaking Bad.

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• 9/30/2013

I said this in another forum, but I will say it again.... what really pisses me off is that next week Low Winter Sun is getting a 2 hour SEASON finale, but Breaking Bad couldn't even get a 2 hour SERIES finale. Such bullshit AMC...

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• 9/30/2013
LucasLeturiaLecaros wrote:
I expected the ending to be bigger and better. 7/10 not because it was a bad episode (it wasnt at all) but because it didn't feel like Breaking Bad.

I agree... felt more like the rushed finish of a network rather than the flowing thoughts of a literary mastermind like Gilligan

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• 9/30/2013

loved the ending; it just feels satisfying.  my only nitpicks are a.) really should have been longer, b.) they should have been a little more subtle about the ricin and c.) they should have been more subtle about the m60 mechanism.  they should have either better edited the scene where he's building it, or just lef that scene out all together.  it would have been more suprising that way.  it was still awesome though.  

i'm glad walt went out on his own terms, and he was at peace with himself.  he went back to abq neither as walter white nor heisenberg; he was was a shell of his former self.  he accomplished everything he set out to do, and even though he died, he came out on top.  

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• 9/30/2013

That ending was... I mean, what a relief! I was so nervous this whole thing would end with some banal stand-off between Walt and Jesse where Walt would get shot and before dying come to the realization that he was a bad, bad man and regret absolutely everything. Here he could die a whole man, accepting himself, taking it. And that scene where he saved Jesse was a pleasure to watch. I wanted them to reconcile, and they sort of did.

I would have loved to watch this at some crowded theatre - and then, once this final episode was over, see the whole cast, writers etc come out on stage and at last be able to applaud them and give them the standing ovations that they deserve.That would've been nice.

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• 9/30/2013

BrianIngham wrote: I said this in another forum, but I will say it again.... what really pisses me off is that next week Low Winter Sun is getting a 2 hour SEASON finale, but Breaking Bad couldn't even get a 2 hour SERIES finale. Such bullshit AMC...

I know. AMC really let us down. They could have made Breaking Bad's finale from 9-11 because they apparently had Low Ratings Sun on thier website. The only reason that the Breaking Bad finale would be 55 minutes would be because they ran out of thier budget.

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• 9/30/2013
And Felina did hit 10 million. Well deserved.
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• 9/30/2013

For thoes of you who who think Walt was using a fake birthday on his ID... When Walt went to Gretchen and Elliots (which was a day before "52") He said Juniors birthday is in 10 months. So if that was his real birthday when he bought the M60, it means it took 10 months to get from Pilot to Salud, and 2 months to get from Salud to Fifty One. So he did die on his 52nd birthday. Dont know why it says he died on September 13th 2011 on his page here.

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