The Consolidated Entertainment Thread (TV, Movies, Music, Books) Part VI
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09-30-2013, 12:00 AM
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That conversation you mentioned Steve was the highlight of the episode.
The actual ending was to neat. Like it almost felt like I read the script already. And breaking bad has never been like that. It has made a living on subverting the viewer. Throwing monkey wrenches around.
Season 4's finale is a great example. I think we all had expectations that Gus was going to get it but how it happened was a complete shock.
This season was just so different though. Walt was a "dead man" walking. His end was certain. There was no ingenious stunt he could pull to get out of it. I thought him guaranteeing Walt Jr. get the money was pretty shocking to me at least. Also the tension of "will Walt kill Jesse?" or vice versa was pretty intense. Every part of the plot was tied up neatly. Walt won, and I couldn't be happier about that. The alternative would've been so depressing and I'm glad Vince went with what he went with.
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