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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by jkeegan, Sep 29, 2013.
I knew it would be a blood bath!!!
Satisfying ending to a great show.
So glad Jesse is free, Todd is dead and Walt is dead but was not killed by Jesse.
Wow! There is some measure of redemption and retribution that stayed true to Walter White's character. So good.
I'm happy with the ending. It ended as it should.
Works for me.
Nice how so many elements came back to roost.
Loved Jack taking one last puff
It was there.
Great ending, so much was covered but never felt rushed.
That ending scene was closely parallel to another TV show,
, was it not?
Spectacular. Not one thing was disappointing about that. What a treasure this whole series was!
We don't need a definitive answer....he did....absolutely no doubt....
What a great show...great ending...positively perfect in every way. A measure of redemption for Walt. Jesse escapes laughing hysterically. Skyler will get a deal with the the info Walt gave her. Even Marie will get some closure when the bodies are found. And the kids will be provided for....just awesome!!
I wanted to see some smoke come out of a hole in his chest...
I wanted to see Jesse get a few million
I had the same thought. I was waiting to see Vincent.
Why would the Nazi care what Walt thought of his "partnership" with Jesse?
That was the most satisfying series finale I have ever seen.
This episode and the previous had an epilogue feel to them. The real climax of the show was Ozymandias.
I am a little disappointed they turned Walt into the hero at the end. He freed Jesse and no one killed him or got the better of him. I could tell that's where they were going once Jesse was taken prisoner, but I still hoped they'd go another way.
All in all this was an incredible show. I'll miss it.
And I loved seeing Badger and Skinny Pete again! And the scene with Skyler was incredible.
I like that Jack was going to negotiate for his life with the location of the money. Too bad that Walt didn't care.
Just watched Vince explain the watch scene. Funny stuff. He couldn't be wearing the watch because they had already filmed the Denny's scene without a watch. Realizing this, they added the scene to get rid of the watch. Funny.
Fantastic ending episode.
Loved it... Walt's plan rivaled his epic execution of the Brock poisoning thing, lol. Only guy on TV who can walk into a place he's never been too and some how get his automated gun lined up perfectly to kill everyone there but only after he's able to get the person he's there to save lined up perfectly so they're out of harms way... And I would expect nothing less from Walt!!
Loved the finale for Todd's death alone. The second he knelt up and was looking out the window, I yelled at my TV for Jessie to strangle him. F'in psycho.
I love how they make you think he's gonna destroy Gretchen and Elliot and then take it in a completely different direction. Loved the scene with Skylar...fitting ending for a decidedly messed up relationship.
Glad they showed him dead at the end... When he put his hand on the metal thing and slid off and all we saw was the blood smear, I thought they were gonna cut it there and leave us wondering if he lived or not. That's what every other show probably would have done, but that's what I love about this show. They know what you think they're gonna do, and they do the opposite.
Although for a show that seems to pride itself on subverting cliches, they had no problem using the "keys in the visor" bit that's been done in every other movie/TV show ever, despite the fact that pretty much no one on earth leaves their keys there, hahaha. But we can digress on that.
Easily one of the best shows i"ve ever seen. Never a "bad season", barely even a bad episode, and an ending that makes sense for the show and brings just about everything to a conclusion. It'll be missed, but I'm glad they ended it on their terms instead of dragging it out