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    Quote Originally Posted by Typetwelve View Post
    I now feel they're going to have to rush things is Sundays episode is only 1 hr long.
    I think it's an hour and 15 minutes, but yeah, it'll be tight.

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    But apparently it's going to be so padded-out with extra commercials that it's only going to be 6 minutes longer in actual 'show time' than a regular hour-long episode.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SystemShock View Post
    I think it's an hour and 15 minutes, but yeah, it'll be tight.
    Did you say....tight??


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    ^ Awesome.

    How can you not dig Tuco? He so crazy.
    Monkhouse: I want to go like my Dad did peacefully, in his sleep, not screaming in terror like his passengers.

    System: Fake news?? Trump's a Fake President, for God's sake.

    Plat: I'd rather fellate a syphilitic goat than own a Cervelo.

    Homer: I believe that children are our future. Unless we stop them now.

    Seam: Saw Bjork poop onstage back in the day. It blew my teenage mind


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    No one has mentioned the revenge angle that reinvigorated the Heisenberg persona. Walt was ready to turn himself in, until the TV interview. . . Does gray matter technology enter in the end?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crit_boy View Post
    No one has mentioned the revenge angle that reinvigorated the Heisenberg persona. Walt was ready to turn himself in, until the TV interview. . . Does gray matter technology enter in the end?
    It'd be nice if Walt had a little something for them too... not bullets, but something that incontrovertibly calls BS to their claim that Walt had nothing to do with the company and its success.

    But if you're going to be realistic about it, doesn't Walt have enough on his plate already?
    Monkhouse: I want to go like my Dad did peacefully, in his sleep, not screaming in terror like his passengers.

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    Homer: I believe that children are our future. Unless we stop them now.

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    Well ... look at that, they ended a series and tied up all the loose ends. Good finale episode and way to way to wrap up the series.
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    Yep. Nicely done. Overall mostly predictable to me (except the Schwartz's and of course the details), but it really needed to end as it did. Satisfying, and nice to see a good series go out on top. It will be a tough act to follow.

    Just thought that since "Better Call Saul" will be a prequel, maybe a slight chance we'll see more Mike. I know he's a Gus guy, but that'd be great.

    And by the way, does anyone have any idea at all when the next season of Walking Dead starts? Wow. OK.... I get it.

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    P.S. And I hope AMC wasn't thinking "Low Winter Sun" would fill in for the "Breaking Bad" vacuum. I'll be shocked if this stinker makes it to a second season. How was this pitched? "I've got a great idea. A cross of "The Wire" and "The Shield."

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    should have been another episode. too rushed.
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    Good finale. I think they wrapped it up pretty well. No complaints here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SystemShock View Post
    Predictions:

    Jack: dies
    Todd: dies gruesomely
    Jack's gang: most of 'em die
    Lydia: likely dies (though it'd be funny if she got away; fits in with her persnickety 'above it all' aloofness)
    Walt: dies
    Jesse: lives
    Guess I was pretty close, huh. Not that it was hard to see coming.

    Vince Gilligan & Co. pretty much did the logical thing, straight down the line.
    Monkhouse: I want to go like my Dad did peacefully, in his sleep, not screaming in terror like his passengers.

    System: Fake news?? Trump's a Fake President, for God's sake.

    Plat: I'd rather fellate a syphilitic goat than own a Cervelo.

    Homer: I believe that children are our future. Unless we stop them now.

    Seam: Saw Bjork poop onstage back in the day. It blew my teenage mind


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    Oh, and Walter White dies via his own booby trap.

    Thus proving that only Walter White can kill Walter White.

    Pretty badass if you think about it.
    Monkhouse: I want to go like my Dad did peacefully, in his sleep, not screaming in terror like his passengers.

    System: Fake news?? Trump's a Fake President, for God's sake.

    Plat: I'd rather fellate a syphilitic goat than own a Cervelo.

    Homer: I believe that children are our future. Unless we stop them now.

    Seam: Saw Bjork poop onstage back in the day. It blew my teenage mind


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    I agree....very well done, great cap to an amazing series. As usual, Walt had it all planned out precisely. LOVED the cameo by Badger and Skinny Pete!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SystemShock View Post
    Oh, and Walter White dies via his own booby trap.

    Thus proving that only Walter White can kill Walter White.

    Pretty badass if you think about it.
    I don't think he was mortally wounded....he lives, to be captured by the police. But he's pretty much dead, with the cancer about to claim him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azpeterb View Post
    I don't think he was mortally wounded....he lives, to be captured by the police. But he's pretty much dead, with the cancer about to claim him.
    On Talking Bad, immediately following the finale, Hardwick said "Well, Walter White is dead..." And Vince Gilligan was sitting right there, and didn't contradict him.

    I think the idea was that Walter had to very clearly pay for all his many sins in an ultimate kind of way, so he had to die then and there.

    That said, there is a willful part of me that wants to think Walt just passed out there at the end.
    Monkhouse: I want to go like my Dad did peacefully, in his sleep, not screaming in terror like his passengers.

    System: Fake news?? Trump's a Fake President, for God's sake.

    Plat: I'd rather fellate a syphilitic goat than own a Cervelo.

    Homer: I believe that children are our future. Unless we stop them now.

    Seam: Saw Bjork poop onstage back in the day. It blew my teenage mind


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    Agreed, great ending that wrapped up the loose ends very tidily and with poetic justice served on a platter. Not like the Sopranos with that cop-out ending. That was just lazy writing IMO.

    One of the greatest TV series ever, tied with The Wire IMO.

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    for a series that went way out on a limb with its initial premise, they played it very safe with the ending. was hoping for something a little more 'wtf?'...

    whatevers.

    so, for the Trivial Pursuit BrBa Edition...how many people was Walt directly responsible for killing...? list em up...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxtox View Post
    for a series that went way out on a limb with its initial premise, they played it very safe with the ending. was hoping for something a little more 'wtf?'...

    whatevers.

    so, for the Trivial Pursuit BrBa Edition...how many people was Walt directly responsible for killing...? list em up...
    Hmm...here's a rough shot:

    1- Meth thug 1 in the trailer when he dumps that chemical and locks them in it.

    2- Meth thug 2 that he chokes with the chain in Jessie's basement. (this is crucial point for Walt...he crosses over to the "dark side" with that one)

    3/4- Street dealers that Jessie is about to kill (he hits one with car, shoots the other)

    5- Tuco? (I believe he kills Tuco with his own AR).

    6- Gale? Again, he calls the hit on this one although he doesn't actually do it, Jessie does.

    7/8/9- Gus, his thug and the older Mexican gangster

    10/11- Two of Gus's thugs breaking back into the lab (I may have this out of order with 7/8/9...can't remember)

    12/13/14/15/16/17- Mike's men in prison (was it 6 or 7?)

    18- Mike

    19- This is a long shot...Jessie's heroin induced girlfriend? He watched her die and could have saved her...this one is 50/50

    20-27? The skinhead gang...didn't get a total count on how many were in the room...


    ...that's all I have for now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Typetwelve View Post
    Hmm...here's a rough shot:

    1- Meth thug 1 in the trailer when he dumps that chemical and locks them in it.

    2- Meth thug 2 that he chokes with the chain in Jessie's basement. (this is crucial point for Walt...he crosses over to the "dark side" with that one)

    3/4- Street dealers that Jessie is about to kill (he hits one with car, shoots the other)

    5- Tuco? (I believe he kills Tuco with his own AR).

    6- Gale? Again, he calls the hit on this one although he doesn't actually do it, Jessie does.

    7/8/9- Gus, his thug and the older Mexican gangster

    10/11- Two of Gus's thugs breaking back into the lab (I may have this out of order with 7/8/9...can't remember)

    12/13/14/15/16/17- Mike's men in prison (was it 6 or 7?)

    18- Mike

    19- This is a long shot...Jessie's heroin induced girlfriend? He watched her die and could have saved her...this one is 50/50

    20-27? The skinhead gang...didn't get a total count on how many were in the room...


    ...that's all I have for now...

    Pretty much a 'legendary serial killer' bodycount, no matter how ya slice it.

    We all sorta dig Walt, but he was quite the menace to society.
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    don't forget being responsible for Hank and Steve - Jack would never have killed them had he not got them out there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asciibaron View Post
    don't forget being responsible for Hank and Steve - Jack would never have killed them had he not got them out there.
    He was responsible for a ton more deaths...actually most of the deaths in the show were as a result of Walt's blue meth. And you could argue that the plane crash was indirectly his fault too, since he allowed Jane to die, which drove her father to distraction and led to the crash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Typetwelve View Post
    Hmm...here's a rough shot:

    1- Meth thug 1 in the trailer when he dumps that chemical and locks them in it.

    2- Meth thug 2 that he chokes with the chain in Jessie's basement. (this is crucial point for Walt...he crosses over to the "dark side" with that one)

    3/4- Street dealers that Jessie is about to kill (he hits one with car, shoots the other)

    5- Tuco? (I believe he kills Tuco with his own AR).

    6- Gale? Again, he calls the hit on this one although he doesn't actually do it, Jessie does.

    7/8/9- Gus, his thug and the older Mexican gangster

    10/11- Two of Gus's thugs breaking back into the lab (I may have this out of order with 7/8/9...can't remember)

    12/13/14/15/16/17- Mike's men in prison (was it 6 or 7?)

    18- Mike

    19- This is a long shot...Jessie's heroin induced girlfriend? He watched her die and could have saved her...this one is 50/50

    20-27? The skinhead gang...didn't get a total count on how many were in the room...


    ...that's all I have for now...
    Tuco was killed by Hank.
    The men killed in prison numbered ten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azpeterb View Post
    He was responsible for a ton more deaths...actually most of the deaths in the show were as a result of Walt's blue meth. And you could argue that the plane crash was indirectly his fault too, since he allowed Jane to die, which drove her father to distraction and led to the crash.
    Shoot, I completely forgot about the plane crash.

    Technically/in a way, yes, Walt's killed hundreds.

    Though it should be said, Jane's Dad maybe should've stayed home from work if he was that messed up, yes?
    Monkhouse: I want to go like my Dad did peacefully, in his sleep, not screaming in terror like his passengers.

    System: Fake news?? Trump's a Fake President, for God's sake.

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    Homer: I believe that children are our future. Unless we stop them now.

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    by 'directly responsible' I wanted to see only those deaths that Walt actively participated in...

    shot them, ran over them, poisoned them...am assuming Lydia died from the ricin he put in her stevia.

    no contract hits or other indirect participation...for example, he didn't kill Jane, he simply didn't save her.
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    Walt actively killed these:

    Emilio Koyama - poisoned in RV
    Domingo Gallardo "Krazy 8" Molina - strangled with bike lock
    2 Rival Dealers - run over and then shot (saving Jesse)
    Hector "Tio" Salamanca - blowed up
    Tyrus Kitt - blowed up
    Gustavo Fring - blowed up
    2 of Gus' Guards - shot
    Mike Ehrmantraut - shot
    Kenny, Matt, Frankie, Lester, and 2 unnamed Aryan gang members - shot
    Jack Welker - shot
    Lydia Rodarte-Quayle - poisoned with ricin

    so that's 18 total by his own had, 19 if you include in himself.
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