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2012-06-18 10:15:00 AM
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2012-06-18 10:18:19 AM
My prediction/pipe dream:

Hank **finally** makes the Walt-Heisenberg connection, takes Walt out for a 'drive' then forces him to smoke his product at gunpoint.

... and I'm calling 'poopycock' on a movie. This show is too good & respectful for the audience to go into a movie, at least without getting rid of either Hank or Jesse. One of them ain't getting out alive, not to mention Walt's cancer which is not out of the picture.
 
2012-06-18 10:30:25 AM

rocinante721: My prediction/pipe dream:

Hank **finally** makes the Walt-Heisenberg connection, takes Walt out for a 'drive' then forces him to smoke his product at gunpoint.

... and I'm calling 'poopycock' on a movie. This show is too good & respectful for the audience to go into a movie, at least without getting rid of either Hank or Jesse. One of them ain't getting out alive, not to mention Walt's cancer which is not out of the picture.


That's entirely possible for this season that Jesse dies in the first half, and Walt dies in the second half. It'd be fitting, at least
 
2012-06-18 10:31:31 AM
Yeah. We're well beyond anything approaching a happy resolution with this story.
 
2012-06-18 10:37:37 AM
Bryan is saying this as a red herring. No way is Walter going to be alive after season 5. And I don't think his son is going to pick up where Walter has left off, unless he starts a breakfast cereal empire.


My prediction for Season 5.

Skyler dies because of Walter's carelessness. Then Walter has a moment of clarity, decides to make amends with everyone else in his life. He then takes up Eliot on his job offer. While working for Eliot, he finds a cure for his cancer, and tries it on himself. He discovers it works, but rather then tell anyone else at Grey Matters, Walt gets greedy and tries to sell it for a ton of money to a big Pharmaceutical company. While going to the meeting to sell the cure, Mike (who is unseen the whole season) pops a cap into Walter, killing him.
 
2012-06-18 10:39:09 AM

Wasilla Hillbilly: Yeah. We're well beyond anything approaching a happy resolution with this story.


prediction: Jesse realizes the connection between Walt and the Lily of the Valley and either tries to break away permanently, tries to turn Walt in or Walt offs him.

Second half of the season: Hank finally makes the connection between Walt, Jesse and Hisenberg. Ends up in a shootout with Walt (now that we know Walt is capable of shooting people in cold blood) and both of them are seriously injured, but Walt gives up living
 
2012-06-18 10:45:22 AM
I don't think Walt will die. It's too obvious.

I honestly expect a happy ending for this show. Walt becomes a kingpin, his cancer is cured, and everybody lives happily ever after. The catch will be that Walt has to live with the fact that he has become an evil man.
 
2012-06-18 10:46:10 AM

Gunderson: My prediction for Season 5.

Skyler dies because of Walter's carelessness. Then Walter has a moment of clarity, decides to make amends with everyone else in his life. He then takes up Eliot on his job offer. While working for Eliot, he finds a cure for his cancer, and tries it on himself. He discovers it works, but rather then tell anyone else at Grey Matters, Walt gets greedy and tries to sell it for a ton of money to a big Pharmaceutical company. While going to the meeting to sell the cure, Mike (who is unseen the whole season) pops a cap into Walter, killing him.


Not a chance in hell. If they didn't kick Skyler out of the show when she left Walt, they won't kill her off. Serious accident, maybe. But they won't kill her. The characters most likely to die are going to be Walt, Jesse, Mike (maybe, but I really hope not) and...well, that's it except for some minor characters. The cartel has no one since Gus killed them off and then he died (maybe Walt is the new leader of the Cartel) so Walt has no more distribution ability since everyone in charge of it is now dead. There is a massive meth vacuum in the 4 states now.
 
2012-06-18 10:47:25 AM
I think it end Walt make meats, but Jesse buy some kind of fun what happen to Jane? Jesse find out and get real mad, yell bad words at Walt. So then Walt feel real bad and get Jesse a Garfield balloon to say "I'm sorry", see? Happy endings for everyone.
 
2012-06-18 10:56:51 AM

smurfco: I think it end Walt make meats, but Jesse buy some kind of fun what happen to Jane?


o_O
 
2012-06-18 10:57:15 AM
Walt is going to kill Hank.
 
2012-06-18 10:58:50 AM
Walt Jr. is a dead man. Book it, done.
Walter White Sr.'s reckoning will not come cheaply or peacefully.

And who was/is the rat in Hank's office?
 
2012-06-18 11:00:30 AM

smurfco: I think it end Walt make meats, but Jesse buy some kind of fun what happen to Jane? Jesse find out and get real mad, yell bad words at Walt. So then Walt feel real bad and get Jesse a Garfield balloon to say "I'm sorry", see? Happy endings for everyone.


I thought your head was crushed by an ATM.
 
2012-06-18 11:06:17 AM
They alluded to some European company that was providing Gus with that industrial pharma equipment. I'm guessing that his death with prompt some attention from some gangsters from that general direction.
 
2012-06-18 11:09:18 AM

Gunderson: Bryan is saying this as a red herring. No way is Walter going to be alive after season 5. And I don't think his son is going to pick up where Walter has left off, unless he starts a breakfast cereal empire.


My prediction for Season 5.

Skyler dies because of Walter's carelessness. Then Walter has a moment of clarity, decides to make amends with everyone else in his life. He then takes up Eliot on his job offer. While working for Eliot, he finds a cure for his cancer, and tries it on himself. He discovers it works, but rather then tell anyone else at Grey Matters, Walt gets greedy and tries to sell it for a ton of money to a big Pharmaceutical company. While going to the meeting to sell the cure, Mike (who is unseen the whole season) pops a cap into Walter, killing him.

Walt Jr. eats breakfast and makes viewers at home come to the unnerving realization that they would happily punch a cripple in a steadily rising number of "certain situations".
 
2012-06-18 11:12:02 AM

HoboCop: They alluded to some European company that was providing Gus with that industrial pharma equipment. I'm guessing that his death with prompt some attention from some gangsters from that general direction.


There was also a lot of mention of Gus' connections to South America (Chile?), which made him practically immune from the Cartels for a while. I'm sure that will come up.

My prediction: Either Walt dies, or the Skylar and Walt Jr. die. I think the "happy" ending would be that Walt dies, but manages to provide for/protect his family.

Either way, Hank dies at the end of the first half of the season. There is no chance he survives this show.
 
2012-06-18 11:19:12 AM
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2012-06-18 11:21:04 AM
okay okay, let's all come to an agreement here: Walt will die, Hank will die, Jesse will most likely die. There will be German gangsters and everyone watching will start to realize that they really want to punch a cripple sometimes even though they know it is morally wrong.
 
2012-06-18 11:22:56 AM

MagSeven:

Walt Jr. eats breakfast and makes viewers at home come to the unnerving realization that they would happily punch a cripple in a steadily rising number of "certain situations".


I don't know. I came to that realization halfway through Season 1.
 
2012-06-18 11:27:00 AM
Hank will come down on Jessie hard, I see Hank and Jessie's killer.

While leads Hank to putting the Heisenberg/Walt pieces together, thus forcing Walt to take out Hank in a move of self-preservation.

Mike is a soldier with no general now. He will spend his days furiously masturbating when he's not taking care of his family, and looking for the next drug kingpin to work for. Odds are, he will follow Pirate rules. Walt killed the capt. of Mike's ship(Gus), so Mike works for Walt now.

Which means Mike offs Hank, so Walt doesn't have to get his hands dirty.

HOWEVER this leaves Skylar as a bit of a wildcard. Once she finds out that Hanks death is Walt's doing, she will distance herself from him. Eventually realizing Walt is a monster who must be stopped, and if Hank wasn't able to use his mighty DEA power to do it. Then clearly she must kill him.

...

Only for Walt Jr. to pull a powerplay. In a bid to become the new Heisenberg(who would suspect a cripple), and because mommy and daddy are too busy to make his breakfast, Walt Jr executes both his parents in their sleep, making it look like a murder/suicide.

Cut to Walt Jr donning the hat of Heisenberg.

Fade to black. End season.

Keep a look out for Breaking Bad: The Movie: Heisenberg Eats Breakfast.
 
2012-06-18 11:31:04 AM
I honestly wouldn't mind seeing Jesse get a redemption at the end. Him killing Walt would work for me.
 
2012-06-18 11:33:39 AM

Strategeryz0r: Hank will come down on Jessie hard, I see Hank and as Jessie's killer.




FTFM
 
2012-06-18 11:46:03 AM

HoboCop: I honestly wouldn't mind seeing Jesse get a redemption at the end. Him killing Walt would work for me.


I second this idea. I think we have seen Jesse try...and fail...to get the redemption he seeks. He usually fails because of Walter. Perhaps Jesse can only receive the redemption he seeks after Walt is dead.
 
2012-06-18 11:56:10 AM
I think that skyler, Walt jr and the baby will die, leaving Walt alone. That will be his punishment. He loses his family which is what started his whole second life to begin with.
 
2012-06-18 12:06:02 PM
I think Jessie is the only one who will live happily ever after. He'll take Walt out and reconcile with his parents and little brother.
 
2012-06-18 12:14:11 PM
At the end of season four, it was revealed that Walter had pretty much gone 100% bad.

All the season four villains ended up dead, so there's only villain left, really. I'm definitely of the opinion that the end of the season will be Walter's death.
 
2012-06-18 12:14:23 PM
Hank has already figured out that Walt is the meth cook. He's just toying with him.

Hank makes a deal with Mike and has Mike kill Walter.

Hank makes a deal with Jessie to be the cook under threat of charging him with murder of the former cook.

Hank's wife no longer required to be a klepto.

tada
 
2012-06-18 12:21:26 PM
Hopefully they will go out like "The Shield" with everyone dead or living in their own personal hell.
 
2012-06-18 12:26:56 PM
Purple.
 
2012-06-18 12:31:37 PM
Walt is definitely dead. There are just too many people who will want to kill him once secrets start coming out. Walt's because a bad person and will get a bad ending.

What will be interesting is how they end everybody else. I could Walt's family, Jesse, Hank and his family all living happily ever after or being brutally murdered.
 
2012-06-18 12:32:19 PM
In Episode 4x08, Salamanca kills Gus's cook partner, and Elladio says "The only reason you are alive and he is not, is because I know who you are, but understand, you are not in Chile anymore".

Then Episode 4x09, when the Cartel is shooting up the chicken ranch, Gus blithely walks out into the killing field. The cartel sniper has perfect shots on him, but misses each time; then ultimately refuses to take the final shot.


My theory? There's a big reason why Gus was seen as untouchable by the Cartel. And I bet Walter is going to find out that reason, very painfully.

Plus there's that whole Ted thing that has yet to be resolved. I wonder if the White's will end up in prison by series end.
 
2012-06-18 12:38:24 PM
Walt regains lucidity from his chemo IV treatment and realizes that his whole meth-cooking career was just a vivid dream - then returns to his teaching gig.
Meanwhile, the skulls of the viewing audience explode in frustration & rage which forces the show-writers to go into hiding for their personal safety.
 
2012-06-18 12:43:07 PM

oldfarthenry: Walt regains lucidity from his chemo IV treatment and realizes that his whole meth-cooking career was just a vivid dream - then returns to his teaching gig.
Meanwhile, the skulls of the viewing audience explode in frustration & rage which forces the show-writers to go into hiding for their personal safety.


Even better: The series ends with Walt lying on the ground dying. Then the camera pulls out and the show ends up being in a snow globe being held by Walt Jr. that he got from a box of Wheaties. Credits Roll.
 
2012-06-18 12:48:01 PM
Has there ever been a good TV show makes a good movie? (Perhaps Batman 1966?)
 
2012-06-18 12:48:32 PM
This would mean Walt survives the series. Not sure I want that ending/spoiler.
 
2012-06-18 12:51:01 PM

RoyBatty: Has there ever been a good TV show makes a good movie? (Perhaps Batman 1966?)


Wrath of Khan. Maybe Serenity?
 
2012-06-18 12:55:04 PM
I'm pretty sure everyone/ most everyone will end up dead and Walt will end up the "winner", abeit at what cost.

That would be the biggest punch in the gut, so it seems to me. For the characters and the audience. Because by now, even though we've always secretly rooted for Walt, we all secretly want retribution now. But if this show granted us none, how bold would that be?
 
2012-06-18 12:56:00 PM

NeoCortex42: RoyBatty: Has there ever been a good TV show makes a good movie? (Perhaps Batman 1966?)

Wrath of Khan. Maybe Serenity?


I'll certainly give you Wrath of Khan, although the first Star Trek movie was pretty bad.
 
2012-06-18 01:03:24 PM
Oh my god.. that clip of Walt telling Saul "we're done when I say we're done" is epic

Walt is going to be worse than Gus guaranteed

Walt is going to kill Saul
 
2012-06-18 01:06:03 PM

realmolo: I don't think Walt will die. It's too obvious.

I honestly expect a happy ending for this show. Walt becomes a kingpin, his cancer is cured, and everybody lives happily ever after. The catch will be that Walt has to live with the fact that he has become an evil man.


so Vic Mackeys fate? The two men are very similar eh?
 
2012-06-18 01:08:40 PM

RoyBatty: Has there ever been a good TV show makes a good movie? (Perhaps Batman 1966?)


Prison Breaks was alright
24 had a movie that was eh

If any show needs a movie its Deadwood
 
2012-06-18 01:17:40 PM

RoyBatty: Has there ever been a good TV show makes a good movie? (Perhaps Batman 1966?)


I Liked Dragnet.

The Mission impossible movies are well done

Grey's Anatomy w/ Sasha Grey added another level of sophistication to the series

The Brady Bunch movies had the right amount of "Not taking ourselves seriously" in it.

The Simpsons and the Beavis and Butthead movies were great
 
2012-06-18 01:21:29 PM
How the fan base reacts to this trial balloon might determine how the fifth season ends. Do they want closure or a bunch if issues unresolved which would be addressed in a movie which would take another two years to make?

I would like to see the story end next summer. But hey, just an opinion.
 
2012-06-18 01:23:35 PM

RoyBatty: NeoCortex42: RoyBatty: Has there ever been a good TV show makes a good movie? (Perhaps Batman 1966?)

Wrath of Khan. Maybe Serenity?

I'll certainly give you Wrath of Khan, although the first Star Trek movie was pretty bad.


If we include Direct-to-DVD movies that continue TV shows, we get what? Fire Walk With Me and Dead Like Me: Life After Death. I'd rather Breaking Bad just wrap up as well as it wants as a TV series. No good can come of trying to milk it as a movie.

/Dead Like Me without Rube just shouldn't exist.
 
2012-06-18 01:24:17 PM

Strongbeerrules: How the fan base reacts to this trial balloon might determine how the fifth season ends. Do they want closure or a bunch if issues unresolved which would be addressed in a movie which would take another two years to make?

I would like to see the story end next summer. But hey, just an opinion.


I'd rather the story end this fall. Split seasons suck.
 
2012-06-18 01:29:22 PM
I think Jesse will find out about the poison in the midseason cliff hanger and will team up with Hank.in the second part of the season to arrest Walt.
Jesse will then kill Walt in the series finale and Hank will let him escape.
 
2012-06-18 02:25:16 PM

NeoCortex42: Strongbeerrules: How the fan base reacts to this trial balloon might determine how the fifth season ends. Do they want closure or a bunch if issues unresolved which would be addressed in a movie which would take another two years to make?

I would like to see the story end next summer. But hey, just an opinion.

I'd rather the story end this fall. Split seasons suck.


So would I, but the powers that be at AMC didn't see it that way. Money, money, money.....

I think we've waited (and will continue to wait) long enough. End this in 2013.
 
2012-06-18 02:47:22 PM

Gunderson: RoyBatty: Has there ever been a good TV show makes a good movie? (Perhaps Batman 1966?)

I Liked Dragnet. (terrible terrible movie.)

The Mission impossible movies are well done (agreed)

Grey's Anatomy w/ Sasha Grey added another level of sophistication to the series (was this porn?)

The Brady Bunch movies had the right amount of "Not taking ourselves seriously" in it. (oh dear god no. the 1st one is watchable. barely. the second is a crime against cinema.)

The Simpsons and the Beavis and Butthead movies were great (the simpsons movie was a failure, in that it simply felt like an overlong episode of the show. B&B Do America was pretty great. Hail Mike Judge.)

 
2012-06-18 02:49:18 PM
you realize that the cinematic potential of Breaking Bad is VERY high, right? That the cinematography already equals or surpasses many feature films as is?

and that a possible film means that there is no way in hell that Walt or Jesse will die in the show, right?
 
2012-06-18 02:57:49 PM
Whatever happens, Hank will definitely find out that Walt is Heisenberg. In fact, he probably already has enough information to make the connection, but it's just a blind spot in his logic because he's close to Walt.
 
2012-06-18 03:18:42 PM
Jessie finds out Walt watched Jane die. Jessie goes to kiil Walt, then begs him for forgiveness and gets it. Jessie is actually a good guy but gets conflicted easy. Walt is a stone cold killer. Hank starts catching on to Walt and I think Season 5 Hank will confront Walt.

I think at the end of it all, Jessie dies. Walt goes to prison and Hank catches him.

All I wanna know is I wanna be the meat in a Skyler/Marie.
 
2012-06-18 03:19:00 PM

XMark: Whatever happens, Hank will definitely find out that Walt is Heisenberg. In fact, he probably already has enough information to make the connection, but it's just a blind spot in his logic because he's close to Walt.


Maybe Walt's new associates (he's going to need somebody for distribution) kills Marie to get to Hank (not knowing their connection to Walt). Hank then finally puts everything together and gets completely obsessed with killing Walt. Hank ends up dead by Walt's hand.

No matter what, I have a feeling this season will have a sizable body count of main characters.
 
2012-06-18 03:31:30 PM
It should be very easy for Hank to figure out about Walt - Hank's already convinced that the laundry has a tie-in to the meth, then laundry is gone, and a bunch of the employees saw Walt and Jessie coming and going from behind the dryer, as well as warning them to 'Vamanos!' right before the explosions started down below.
 
2012-06-18 03:33:59 PM
Thats whats great about this show, there are so many ending possibilities. There hasnt been a show this good since Fraggle Rock.
 
2012-06-18 03:34:42 PM

mentallo69: Thats whats great about this show, there are so many ending possibilities. There hasnt been a show this good since Fraggle Rock.


You mean The Shield.
 
2012-06-18 03:41:26 PM

realmolo: I don't think Walt will die. It's too obvious.

I honestly expect a happy ending for this show. Walt becomes a kingpin, his cancer is cured, and everybody lives happily ever after. The catch will be that Walt has to live with the fact that he has become an evil man.


Walt will live with Mike running the empire. Everyone around Walt will be dead. Skyler and Walt Jr will die in an attempt on Walt's life. Jessie will be killed by Mike because he is a liability. Hank will never figure it out, and continue his search for Heisenberg.

At the end of the show, Walt will have lost everything he got into the business to protect, and while having gained the world, lost his soul.
 
2012-06-18 05:06:15 PM

ontariolightning: mentallo69: Thats whats great about this show, there are so many ending possibilities. There hasnt been a show this good since Fraggle Rock.

You mean The Shield.


+1 on The Shield. It's series finale was pitch-farking-perfect.

/I call it the anti-Sopranos finale
 
2012-06-18 05:21:47 PM
DAMMIT

After reading this thread, I now must go back and watch every episode.

/best TV show
//EVAR
///don't forget about Walt Jr's friend, I guarantee he'll get hooked
 
2012-06-18 05:53:47 PM

boogerwolf: ontariolightning: mentallo69: Thats whats great about this show, there are so many ending possibilities. There hasnt been a show this good since Fraggle Rock.

You mean The Shield.

+1 on The Shield. It's series finale was pitch-farking-perfect.

/I call it the anti-Sopranos finale



I wasnt serious.
 
2012-06-18 06:34:23 PM
Rewatching the episodes that they're showing on AMC. I'd be fine if Skylar, Marie and Hank all died.
 
2012-06-18 06:42:26 PM

boogerwolf: ontariolightning: mentallo69: Thats whats great about this show, there are so many ending possibilities. There hasnt been a show this good since Fraggle Rock.

You mean The Shield.

+1 on The Shield. It's series finale was pitch-farking-perfect.

/I call it the anti-Sopranos finale


Agreed. Best series finale in I've seen with Six Feet Unders right behind, however
the whole show was nearly perfect

Each season was just as good as the last or better
not many shows like that
 
2012-06-18 06:43:45 PM

schubie: Rewatching the episodes that they're showing on AMC. I'd be fine if Skylar, Marie and Hank all died.


Fark watching reruns on amc.. seasons 1-3 are under 20 bucks each
and season 4 only 35

go buy the dvds
 
2012-06-18 06:56:43 PM

ontariolightning: schubie: Rewatching the episodes that they're showing on AMC. I'd be fine if Skylar, Marie and Hank all died.

Fark watching reruns on amc.. seasons 1-3 are under 20 bucks each
and season 4 only 35

go buy the dvds


You mean watch seasons 1-3 on Netflix Instant.
 
2012-06-18 07:07:22 PM

browntimmy: ontariolightning: schubie: Rewatching the episodes that they're showing on AMC. I'd be fine if Skylar, Marie and Hank all died.

Fark watching reruns on amc.. seasons 1-3 are under 20 bucks each
and season 4 only 35

go buy the dvds

You mean watch seasons 1-3 on Netflix Instant.


well, depends if you want a physical copy or not

I prefer physical copies since i dont have a computer, i have ipod touch gen 4
 
2012-06-18 07:44:13 PM
Malcolms dad has been getting around. He did a multi-episode stint on Archer a couple months ago, and after the credits yesterday, noticed he does the voice for one of the main characters in Madagascar 3.

/Not bad if you have to take the kids, decent humor for parents too
//Also, the 3D carnival sequence was trippy
 
2012-06-18 07:56:05 PM

ontariolightning: boogerwolf: ontariolightning: mentallo69: Thats whats great about this show, there are so many ending possibilities. There hasnt been a show this good since Fraggle Rock.

You mean The Shield.

+1 on The Shield. It's series finale was pitch-farking-perfect.

/I call it the anti-Sopranos finale

Agreed. Best series finale in I've seen with Six Feet Unders right behind, however
the whole show was nearly perfect

Each season was just as good as the last or better
not many shows like that


To be honest, as much as the Shield finale kicked ass, I'd have been just as happy if they'd ended after season 5.
That was the best season finale I think I've ever seen.
 
2012-06-18 08:18:30 PM

stoli n coke: ontariolightning: boogerwolf: ontariolightning: mentallo69: Thats whats great about this show, there are so many ending possibilities. There hasnt been a show this good since Fraggle Rock.

You mean The Shield.

+1 on The Shield. It's series finale was pitch-farking-perfect.

/I call it the anti-Sopranos finale

Agreed. Best series finale in I've seen with Six Feet Unders right behind, however
the whole show was nearly perfect

Each season was just as good as the last or better
not many shows like that

To be honest, as much as the Shield finale kicked ass, I'd have been just as happy if they'd ended after season 5.
That was the best season finale I think I've ever seen.


How? The end was Vic saying hes gonna find out who you know what and find out who did it (trying not to spoil it for anyone whos planning on watching it).. and kill them
not exactly the best ending
 
2012-06-18 08:44:24 PM

ontariolightning: stoli n coke: ontariolightning: boogerwolf: ontariolightning: mentallo69: Thats whats great about this show, there are so many ending possibilities. There hasnt been a show this good since Fraggle Rock.

You mean The Shield.

+1 on The Shield. It's series finale was pitch-farking-perfect.

/I call it the anti-Sopranos finale

Agreed. Best series finale in I've seen with Six Feet Unders right behind, however
the whole show was nearly perfect

Each season was just as good as the last or better
not many shows like that

To be honest, as much as the Shield finale kicked ass, I'd have been just as happy if they'd ended after season 5.
That was the best season finale I think I've ever seen.

How? The end was Vic saying hes gonna find out who you know what and find out who did it (trying not to spoil it for anyone whos planning on watching it).. and kill them
not exactly the best ending


The shot of Goggins face after he says it. He knows he's passed the point of no return.
At that point, you know what's coming next. Seasons 6 and 7 just revealed how.
 
2012-06-18 09:22:18 PM
Goggins and Chiklis season 6 episode of chasing ghosts confrontation is the most intense scene of the series imo

wow

howd they not get emmys for that?
 
2012-06-18 09:44:44 PM

rocinante721: My prediction/pipe dream:

Hank **finally** makes the Walt-Heisenberg connection, takes Walt out for a 'drive' then forces him to smoke his product at gunpoint.

... and I'm calling 'poopycock' on a movie. This show is too good & respectful for the audience to go into a movie, at least without getting rid of either Hank or Jesse. One of them ain't getting out alive, not to mention Walt's cancer which is not out of the picture.


If Hank "Wins" then fark the whole series. I can't stand that guy. I know Walt is the "anti hero" but he at least deserves to die of cancer. IMO, he's the only character with redeeming qualities.
 
2012-06-18 09:55:57 PM
I think we'll all see the monster Walt really is when he cuts Sauls throat in front pf Skyler
 
2012-06-18 10:46:16 PM

ontariolightning: Goggins and Chiklis season 6 episode of chasing ghosts confrontation is the most intense scene of the series imo

wow

howd they not get emmys for that?


Wasn't that the year Breaking Bad started? That's my only explanation.

Goggins should have at least 2 Emmys by now. But, at least he's got an Oscar.
 
2012-06-18 10:49:15 PM
I have to state my prediction of the final in every thread.

/Walt walks in on junior mid smoke of blue meth.
 
2012-06-18 11:22:17 PM

stoli n coke: ontariolightning: Goggins and Chiklis season 6 episode of chasing ghosts confrontation is the most intense scene of the series imo

wow

howd they not get emmys for that?

Wasn't that the year Breaking Bad started? That's my only explanation.

Goggins should have at least 2 Emmys by now. But, at least he's got an Oscar.


should get one on justified too but aaron paul will win next few co star male awards
 
2012-06-18 11:51:22 PM

ontariolightning: stoli n coke: ontariolightning: Goggins and Chiklis season 6 episode of chasing ghosts confrontation is the most intense scene of the series imo

wow

howd they not get emmys for that?

Wasn't that the year Breaking Bad started? That's my only explanation.

Goggins should have at least 2 Emmys by now. But, at least he's got an Oscar.

should get one on justified too but aaron paul will win next few co star male awards


I think Peter Dinklage has supporting actor on lockdown for the next few years.
 
2012-06-19 12:03:52 AM

RTFA: It should be very easy for Hank to figure out about Walt - Hank's already convinced that the laundry has a tie-in to the meth, then laundry is gone, and a bunch of the employees saw Walt and Jessie coming and going from behind the dryer, as well as warning them to 'Vamanos!' right before the explosions started down below.


They made a point to repeatedly show Gus watching his empire via camera on his laptop. That has got to figure into things.
 
2012-06-19 01:03:55 AM
Mid-season finale:

As Hank puts the final pieces together, Skyler's involvement in the game turns out to be a liability, and Mike takes it upon himself to take her out by running her down at the car wash to keep the DEA from tracing everything back to Walt's meth empire (and himself, of course).

Penultimate episode:

Skyler survives, but she ends up comatose in the hospital. Meanwhile, Walt finds out Mike was the one who tried to kill her, tracks him down and takes him out after Mike makes a hostile move.

Climax:

Hank has learned about Walt's true nature and identity as Heisenberg. Walt has successfully been evading arrest, but calls Hank and offers to meet him to turn himself in as long as Jesse is promised immunity from prosecution. He naturally recruits Jesse to meet both of them with the intent to shoot Hank. Jesse gets cold feet though, so Walt pulls a gun on his brother-in-law who ends up doing the same. Walt orders Jesse to shoot Hank, but Jesse -- in a final attempt at redemption -- suddenly turns his gun on Walt and shoot him instead. Walt collapses, apparently dead, while Jesse surrenders and Hank takes him into custody.

Denouement:

Skyler awakens in the hospital, Marie and Hank break the news that Walt was shot, but that he survived. Other agents join them and inform them that she and Walt are both under arrest. Once they leave the hospital, both face a trial in which Walt (unbeknownst to Skyler) accepts a plea-bargain that would give himself life in prison while Skyler only has to face a year in prison for her involvement.

Epilogue:

Walt Jr., now living with his aunt and uncle, wakes up as they both leave for work. Alone, he sits down in their kitchen and has a bowl of cereal in silence.

The End.
 
2012-06-19 01:23:36 AM

ShawnDoc: RTFA: It should be very easy for Hank to figure out about Walt - Hank's already convinced that the laundry has a tie-in to the meth, then laundry is gone, and a bunch of the employees saw Walt and Jessie coming and going from behind the dryer, as well as warning them to 'Vamanos!' right before the explosions started down below.

They made a point to repeatedly show Gus watching his empire via camera on his laptop. That has got to figure into things.


fark!! I never thought of this once! Shiat! I must be slipping in my old age!
 
2012-06-19 01:27:20 AM

EchoMike: Mid-season finale:

As Hank puts the final pieces together, Skyler's involvement in the game turns out to be a liability, and Mike takes it upon himself to take her out by running her down at the car wash to keep the DEA from tracing everything back to Walt's meth empire (and himself, of course).

Penultimate episode:

Skyler survives, but she ends up comatose in the hospital. Meanwhile, Walt finds out Mike was the one who tried to kill her, tracks him down and takes him out after Mike makes a hostile move.

Climax:

Hank has learned about Walt's true nature and identity as Heisenberg. Walt has successfully been evading arrest, but calls Hank and offers to meet him to turn himself in as long as Jesse is promised immunity from prosecution. He naturally recruits Jesse to meet both of them with the intent to shoot Hank. Jesse gets cold feet though, so Walt pulls a gun on his brother-in-law who ends up doing the same. Walt orders Jesse to shoot Hank, but Jesse -- in a final attempt at redemption -- suddenly turns his gun on Walt and shoot him instead. Walt collapses, apparently dead, while Jesse surrenders and Hank takes him into custody.

Denouement:

Skyler awakens in the hospital, Marie and Hank break the news that Walt was shot, but that he survived. Other agents join them and inform them that she and Walt are both under arrest. Once they leave the hospital, both face a trial in which Walt (unbeknownst to Skyler) accepts a plea-bargain that would give himself life in prison while Skyler only has to face a year in prison for her involvement.

Epilogue:

Walt Jr., now living with his aunt and uncle, wakes up as they both leave for work. Alone, he sits down in their kitchen and has a bowl of cereal in silence.

The End.


Damn! thats pretty well thought out except one twist to it.......Same scenario, but Jessie now knows Walt killed Jane so he turns the gun on Walt. kills him, then surrenders to Hank.
 
2012-06-19 01:43:35 AM
If there's a movie will we get to see Skylar topless? If so, put me down for a ticket.
 
2012-06-19 01:50:14 AM

Gonzo76: If there's a movie will we get to see Skylar topless? If so, put me down for a ticket.


Anna Gunn was Seth Bullocks wife in Deadwood.. if she were to be naked, it would have been on that farking amazing show
 
2012-06-19 02:44:02 AM
I hope there's more purple.

And I think Hank knows more about Walt than he's letting on. There's a reason he kept asking him to drive to Los Pollos Hermanos and I don't think it was just his bum leg. That laptop has got to be a huge issue too. Unless Gus made arrangements in the event of such a thing, I would assume the police would recover it. Gus probably would be smart enough not to save anything on his hard drive but still. More purple.
 
2012-06-20 12:05:30 AM

mentallo69: Damn! thats pretty well thought out except one twist to it.......Same scenario, but Jessie now knows Walt killed Jane so he turns the gun on Walt. kills him, then surrenders to Hank.


I like!
 
2012-06-20 08:37:22 AM
why does everyone still think that jane's death will figure into anything at all?

it was a red herring designed to give the plane crash a reason to happen.

nothing else.

forget jane. also - walt didn't "kill" jane. he let her die.

which was the best thing that could have happened to Jesse.
 
2012-06-20 06:50:33 PM

frepnog: why does everyone still think that jane's death will figure into anything at all?


seems like not preventing her death was a pretty important moment for the series. I don't think jesse has any idea that walter was there at the exact moment she died. But you also have to ask yourself...would Walt's character confess such a tidbit. I think he would. Walt's kinda sloppy, a little bit of a talker, and still kind of a novice bad guy. That'd make jesse wanna kill walt...even though jane just drove him to use or vice versa... Funny that walt has killed "supposedly" two people that are close to jesse... (I still don't believe that walt killed that little spanish boy.

What's this crap about a split season?

and we need a daily BB thread please
 
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