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– Walt kills Olivia with the ricin. It’s the only part of his plan that works.
– Walt heads to the Nazi compound to kill Jesse.
– The cops get wind of it – they’ve wired up the compound.
– When Walt arrives the cops confront him. They arrest him and Uncle Jack – the rest of the Nazis (incl. Todd) are shot.
– Jesse somehow escapes and runs away to Mexico (I know this is not possible but what the hell).
– Meanwhile, Skylar leaves with the kids for an unknown location. She posts Walt a note telling him she hopes he rots in jail.
– The prison guard gives Walt the note, he cries etc.
– Uncle Jack gets the chair.
– The last scene is Walt dying in his cell some months later. The cancer gets him in the end. He dies alone, knowing that he’s lost everything – his family, money, his honour.

Thank God someone else agrees!!! It’s like they blew their load on Ozymandias and went totally soft on Walt for the last couple of episodes, especially the last one. I was happy Jesse lived (and really happy with their last bits of dialogue– Jesse denying Walt his own murder was really important, I thought), but everything else was unsatisfying. I think it was MAYBE supposed to be pathetic that Walt went back to caress the chemistry equipment, but they really didn’t drive the point home enough and he got to die a death he and I’m sure many idiot Walt fans thought was heroic and admirable and cool. Yuck! Wtf!

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  • on Fri 1 Nov 2013 at 12:00:41 wordynerdygirl

    I was disappointed by the ending too. My ideal ending would have looked something like this:

    – Walt kills Olivia with the ricin. It’s the only part of his plan that works.
    – Walt heads to the Nazi compound to kill Jesse.
    – The cops get wind of it – they’ve wired up the compound.
    – When Walt arrives the cops confront him. They arrest him and Uncle Jack – the rest of the Nazis (incl. Todd) are shot.
    – Jesse somehow escapes and runs away to Mexico (I know this is not possible but what the hell).
    – Meanwhile, Skylar leaves with the kids for an unknown location. She posts Walt a note telling him she hopes he rots in jail.
    – The prison guard gives Walt the note, he cries etc.
    – Uncle Jack gets the chair.
    – The last scene is Walt dying in his cell some months later. The cancer gets him in the end. He dies alone, knowing that he’s lost everything – his family, money, his honour.

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