From a historical perspective, Breaking Bad ended on a very tired and sappy note.
It ended perfectly, stfu.
I think for the most part, but I would have liked if they showed a few things that happened after. It feels like they left a couple of things in the air, so if they do get another episode or whatever, they could still do one.
It wasnt mindblowing as it used to be but was still perfect and stay true to all characters. 5/10 is just bullshit
Fishing for hits I see.
I call BS. The author obviously has no idea what he's on about
LOL bro you would of gotten a hit from me if you would of given it what it deserved! a 9.5 and above! no way i am going to click on your link with a 5! i suggest no1 gives him a hit! he dont deserve it! 6 out of 10 for one of the Best TV show endings of all time? BULLSHIT!
LOL 5/10... You're funny...
LOL at this bs. Episode is a 10
It was a great ending it was meant to be tasteful. It was meant to be somewhat realistic. Walter White was never Scarface. He done some violent things but it was never meant to be some super drug overlord that killed people daily. ---- SPOILERS BELOW ---- What I took from it in MY view was he didn't die he fell to the floor and looked up 5 seconds before he was standing and the police were just coming in. You telling me there wasn't an ambalance there or nearly there. I personally would like to think that he survived. The shows creator thinks differently in his mind Walter died then. I'm glad Jessie got away. I agree with the creator on what he beleives in his view what happened to Jessie after. I think that after being kept prisoner for such a long time that Jessie wants to be free and live a peaceful life. So I think that down the line he moves out to the wilderness near some big mountains or something and lives peacefully. A bit like how Walt was living. It is sad to see it go but it was at such a high point that it would have just turned terrible. I'm glad it is over. Now bring on "Better Call Saul!" woo!
The best part about that whole ending was Jesse driving away laughing. After 5 long seasons he was finally free of Walt, drugs, and every ounce of guilt that came along with it. It was a laugh of relief, of true freedom from the shackles that have been around his ankles since he met that guy. Such a small but epic scene.
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