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When Walt was still a good guy.

WE FIGURED OUT HOW BREAKING BAD ENDS. READ TILL THE BOTTOM!!

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HOLY SHIT, HOLY SHIT! Every episode I think is the best and every next episode turns out better.

Hank is dead. Gomez is dead. Uncle Jack has most of Walt’s money. Todd has Jesse locked up so he can cook meth. Walt Jr and Skylar hate Walt. Wow. Action packed episode.

So let’s go into details. We all understand why Uncle Jack kills Hank. There’s no way he was going to let a DEA agent go. No way, no how. The real question is: why does he let Walt live? Walt knows everything, can point out the bodies, and he’s just come accross $80million. He no longer needs Walt to cook because he’s filthy rich now. I wonder if saying it was because Todd respected him was a hand wave by Vince Gilligan to cover up a plot hole or if there is a real reason that has not yet been uncovered. We shall find out. But I can’t see there being a big plot hole like this. I smell something else.

Todd is my second favorite character on the show. He’s a psychopath. I understand why he wants to keep cooking. He wants to be like Walt and build an empire. So it was brilliant taking Jesse like that. And to know how to get to him (ie Brock) showed sheer diabolic brilliance.

Walt being vindictive.

Walt being vindictive.

It’s crazy that we find out how much Walt still loves Hank. He gives up his empire to try to save him. It’s Even after the threat of character assassination and the cat and mouse between the two, there was still love for Hank. And after he dies, he realizes what family truly is and that Jesse is not family. So Jesse not only has to die, but Walt has to make him suffer before he dies.

Jesse needs to die.

Jesse needs to die.

When Walt goes home, Walt Jr knows most everything and Skylar realizes that something bad must have happened to Hank. At this point, we are led to believe that Walt no longer has things in control. When he takes Holly and gets stabbed by Skylar and attacked by Flynn, it really hammers that home. But when he calls home later, you realize that he’s brilliant. He knew if he took the baby, police would be there and would tap the line and record. Standard kidnapping stuff. So he basically confesses (without actually confessing) and made Skyler look like she was half-unaware and half-too scared to leave because he’s a monster. He got her off the hook and took all of the burden with that one phone call. It was brilliant.

Walt Jr laying the law down.

Walt Jr laying the law down.

So I never went back and analyzed this before, but I had a hunch that the episode titles of the final episodes really meant something more than just a title. Tonight’s episode really gave me evidence that this is true. The episode was titled Ozymandias. The central theme of that work of literature is empires falling. In this episode, Walt’s empire has already crumbled, but now he has lost his money as well. Hank’s DEA empire has crumbled (he’s dead). The empire Skyler has built has crumbled. And Jesse…no real empire, but he’s lost everything as well. So the title was pretty spot on.

So now what you’ve been reading for:

The series finale (in 2 weeks) episode is title Felina. There’s an old song by country artist Marty Robbins called El Paso. In the song, the person speaking the song lyrics is in love with a woman. Because of a crime he committed, he must flee and leave his love behind. After a time, he decides he cannot live without her and needs to go back knowing it will likely cost him his life. So I am fairly certain that because of Walt’s taped phone call and the police involvement and the missing DEA agents, it will come out that Walt is Heisenberg. This could come back and bite Uncle Jack in the ass. So Uncle Jack is going to either kill Walt (the only person that can tie his crew to the crimes) or hurt his family to get to him. Walt will come back to get his family and will leave them the money via Saul and get killed by Uncle Jack’s people riding in to save them. After numerous seasons of converting Walt from a good guy to a bad guy, he is finally redeemed. He gave the ultimate sacrifice for his family. It wraps up the show and redeems the main character.

Todd is putting Jesse in a world of hurt.

Todd is putting Jesse in a world of hurt.

Your thoughts? Think I’m full of shit? Let us know.

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