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post #1516 of 2874
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Originally Posted by Biggskip View Post

I think I just thought of the perfect ending for the show...


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Somehow Marie, Skylar, and the kids are all put into horrible danger. The DEA cannot do anything about it. Hank finds out about Walter's deeds, but decides to put it all aside for the sake of his wife. Walt pulls a 180 on his life and drops the whole Heisenberg shtick. They team up with Jesse (the classic "getting the old band back together and heading out on the road scenario") for one last caper that will save their families and make them all rich. They pull off the operation, and everybody retires to a tropical island with more money than they can spend. Skylar forgives Hank for all his transgressions. Jesse forgives Hank (as Walt admits to poisoning during the planning phase of "Operation: Flynn FTW"). Walt works on a new wonder drug that straightens out Jr.'s legs and they all live happily ever after.
Cut to everybody standing around a hospital bed where Walter lays deep asleep in a coma. He's been in the coma since the tumor in his lung caused him to have a stroke just days after his 50th birthday celebration. The whole thing was a dream in Walter's head. Everybody has gathered to pay their last respects before pulling the plug on his life support. Skylar and family are penniless and beyond broke. Jesse, never having met, Walter still cooks in abandoned houses and still uses chili-p to this day. After watching Walter pass, Hank treats everybody to dinner at the local Pollos Hermanos, where an observant shift manager named Gus Fring offers the family his condolences.
ORRRR Walt goes out guns blazing smile.gif
post #1517 of 2874
It's a "safe deposit box" not a "safety deposit box."

See, cause it's in a safe.
post #1518 of 2874
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

It's a "safe deposit box" not a "safety deposit box."
See, cause it's in a safe.

Both terms are accurate. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Safe_deposit_box
post #1519 of 2874
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

It's a "safe deposit box" not a "safety deposit box."
See, cause it's in a safe.

thanks for pointing that out. remind me, how many languages do you read and write?
post #1520 of 2874
Don't remember if I wrote this, but last week my interpretation of the spider was a symbol for the unexpected problem that ruins the perfect plan. I think that Todd picking up the spider means that he is going to become this unexpected problem that Walter will have to deal with. Todd was taking notes on a criminal fucking conspiracy, though we've already seen that exact trope used with Gale so that would seem lazy. I'm thinking that Todd is not as stupid as he seems and is loyal to another criminal (his uncle, maybe), not Walt.
post #1521 of 2874
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

Don't remember if I wrote this, but last week my interpretation of the spider was a symbol for the unexpected problem that ruins the perfect plan. I think that Todd picking up the spider means that he is going to become this unexpected problem that Walter will have to deal with. Todd was taking notes on a criminal fucking conspiracy, though we've already seen that exact trope used with Gale so that would seem lazy. I'm thinking that Todd is not as stupid as he seems and is loyal to another criminal (his uncle, maybe), not Walt.

Great fucking Stringer Bell reference.
post #1522 of 2874
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post

thanks for pointing that out. remind me, how many languages do you read and write?

Don't get him started on how many languages he can count to 10 in.
post #1523 of 2874
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post

thanks for pointing that out. remind me, how many languages do you read and write?

You might be surprised. At least I know to capitalize the first word of a sentence when writing English.
post #1524 of 2874
He's got ya there.
post #1525 of 2874
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Originally Posted by HORNS View Post

Guys, I'm afraid I'm over watching this show.

I understand where you are coming from. As great as the performances are, story-telling wise, it's become way too contrived at this point. I was willing to give it the benefit of the doubt but these past few episodes only reaffirmed my belief that they should have ended the show last season. This season seems to be on-par with S5 of The Wire -- still good television but definitely not ending on a high-note.

That being said, I'm surprised Mike lasted this long. He was a great character but that's happens when you don't follow through with your half-measures speech.
post #1526 of 2874
For all my bitching, I really did like "sleeve cam" in last night's episode.
post #1527 of 2874
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

I understand where you are coming from. As great as the performances are, story-telling wise, it's become way too contrived at this point.

I agree with this to some extent, but this is still a great show and ditching it seems like overreacting. There has never been a serial drama (with let's say, 5+ seasons) had a weak season, episode, subplot, story arc, character, or some other dramatic element.

And plus, Breaking Bad not a realistic show. (I stopped viewing it this way after the season 2 plane crash.) It's not presented as fantasy, but if you view it as realistic, you are bound to be frustrated.
post #1528 of 2874
Had to DVR last night's epi.

OMG

Is Mike really dead? We didn't see him flat line.
post #1529 of 2874
Instead of killing 9 guys in prison, wouldn't it be easier to kill Hank. Poison him or something so nobody suspects foul play?
post #1530 of 2874
I don't think those guys are in prison. Just under surveillance and unpaid.
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