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    Seriously, with hank and the other agent gone, no one told him it was safe to leave. X3

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    Quote Originally Posted by SinValentine View Post
    walking dead has been disappointing me for a while now its sad because it had a lot of promise. i think you could recap an entire season in 1-2 paragraphs lol. but i'll still watch it, i don't know why... i guess i just hate leaving something unfinished
    I think this video can explain the Walking deads many problems

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    why would they let Walt drive in there lol, and especially without even checking his car properly for guns/explosives
    i wondered this too! the way they patted him down was so thorough then why didn't they bother checking the trunk. that gun device he made was pretty cool though! he was a one man army lol

    at least the show ended somewhat completely; i'm glad nobody caught him and he died with his creation in that meth lab. i was expecting the season to end heisenberg style, like something crazy but he died like walt. i guess he needed to clear his conscience before death. i can't complain though--it was a really great series.

    it's hard, but if i had to pick a favorite--i think ozymandias was one of the most powerful episodes of the series. that knife fight scene especially

    and lol wrath, that video does have a lot of truth to it--i always thought it was so lame how a whole pack of zombies would come outta nowhere all of a sudden, like where were people's eyes who were supposed to be scouting the area D:
    i knew it was downhill and predictable when they were searching that entire season for sophia and she was in the barn the whole time.
    ah well what ya gonna do, i'm still gonna watch it


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    Walter White went out like a fucking BOSS.

    Very well done.
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    I havent watched any episodes, but I'm a big Bryan Cranston fan from his days as 'Hal' in 'Malcolm in the middle", so now that the whole series is out I'll end up catching it at some point.

    I'm even more impressed by how cool Byran Cranston and Aaron Paul are in real life.











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    Felt more like a season finale than a series finale. Pretty meh if you ask me.

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    Yeah people are saying that gun device was sort of a throwback to that time Jesse asked Walt to make a robot "to get them out of there" (the desert).

    It's strange how Walt, Jesse and Dexter all look similar in their finales. Though only Jesse and Dexter get involved with woodworking it seems It's like when Armageddon and Deep Impact were both released at the same time, only this time woodworking idea kinda sucks.

    Anyways, the writers have said they came up with another ending where everybody dies except Walt (yep even his family). Personally, I would of preferred that ending. That would of been god damn memorable..

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    Many TV Series and Movies have had alternate endings and alternate story paths written in early scripts or even filmed that could have been amazing, but they decided not to take those paths, and ended up with either a mediocre show / movie or a mediocre finale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scream View Post
    Anyways, the writers have said they came up with another ending where everybody dies except Walt (yep even his family). Personally, I would of preferred that ending. That would of been god damn memorable..
    wow, if that had happened then it was all for what--considering walt was on his deathbed anyway. that type of ending did cross my mind though, it would've been crazy lol.

    do you think he had long to live if he wasn't shot up in the end?
    i know him being heisenberg made him feel more alive because as soon as he was trying to get out of the meth life his cancer returned


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scream View Post
    It's strange how Walt, Jesse and Dexter all look similar in their finales. Though only Jesse and Dexter get involved with woodworking it seems It's like when Armageddon and Deep Impact were both released at the same time, only this time woodworking idea kinda sucks.
    That was a nice flashback sequence, to when Jesse mentioned having crafted the woodwork and that he felt proud about taking the time to do so... only to turn right around, and trade it for an ounce of weed.

    I think that memory was definitely connected to how he got to where he was in life, and was fitted into the sequence very well (basically, thinking about how much 'easier' life was/could have been [...]).

    Quote Originally Posted by Scream View Post
    Anyways, the writers have said they came up with another ending where everybody dies except Walt (yep even his family). Personally, I would of preferred that ending. That would of been god damn memorable..
    Eh... that's a bit much. I definitely wouldn't have preferred that ending... or any other ending, for that matter.

    Quote Originally Posted by SinValentine View Post
    do you think he had long to live if he wasn't shot up in the end?
    i know him being heisenberg made him feel more alive because as soon as he was trying to get out of the meth life his cancer returned
    If Jesse hadn't killed him, the cops would have caught up to him... and he sure as hell wouldn't commit to suicide.

    Even if he got away, he still wouldn't have anything to live for. It's not like he had another $10,000 to spend for just a couple hours of someone else's time.

    There was really no other way for him.
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    How do we know Walt didn't die in the cabin? You could say the snowy scenic area of New Hampshire was analogous to heaven (white). Walt mentioned dying there. The holding area he briefly shared with Saul was purgatory. The propane container he arrived in, hell. There were religious references (praying to god) and miracles (the keys, machine gun magically hitting everyone without jamming, everything working out as he planned).. Todd saying "Jesus, Mr. White" before dying.. Maybe Felina was just his dream.

    Just kidding of course But an interesting theory for those not happy with the ending

    And an article on why it should of ended with Ozymandias.. http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/...zymandias.html

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    Looks like I'm not the only one who had a theory about this! http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2013/10/nor...-breaking-bad/ I didn't read his tweets before I posted my one though

    Walt's appearance back in New Mexico is sort of ghost-like at times, watching from a distance..

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    I'll quote a Huffington Post commenter, here:

    It is over. It was done very well. There is no need to discuss "what-ifs"

    Let it go. It was the best series on TV for years. No need for anything else.
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    No need for anything else? Psh.. there is a need for... Metástasis!

    Time to dust off that Spanish dictionary - this is the real Breaking Bad guys, not that phony crap we just saw..


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    There is an upcoming spin off of Breaking Bad down the road, based on the lawyer Saul Goodman, "Better Call Saul"

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Better_Call_Saul

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    I was writing a little "one year after" Breaking Bad summary, and came back to this thread. A lot of good info here. Good times! I really don't think we'll see a TV show like this again. Is it too soon to rewatch it? I honestly haven't seen any Breaking Bad for a year or so!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scream View Post
    I was writing a little "one year after" Breaking Bad summary, and came back to this thread. A lot of good info here. Good times! I really don't think we'll see a TV show like this again. Is it too soon to rewatch it? I honestly haven't seen any Breaking Bad for a year or so!
    I've been watching the Breaking Bad Binge on Sunday nights... but I turn it to Ray Donovan at 9.

    Breaking Bad just doesn't hold the magic that it once did. Perhaps it is too soon to rewatch, personally, or maybe knowing what happens spoils the overall experience.

    I dunno... but this show will probably stand the test of time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkGrass View Post
    I've been watching the Breaking Bad Binge on Sunday nights... but I turn it to Ray Donovan at 9.

    Breaking Bad just doesn't hold the magic that it once did. Perhaps it is too soon to rewatch, personally, or maybe knowing what happens spoils the overall experience.

    I dunno... but this show will probably stand the test of time.
    That's a bummer. Then next time I'll try to watch it together with someone who hasn't seen it before, usually that makes it more interesting..

    I guess there's also Better Call Saul, that will be shown next year I think, will be interesting to see if it retains the magic of BB!

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    On the subject of future TV shows, look what's coming in 2016..


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