Interestingly storming into Sunday’s final episode of Breaking Bad, the fate of our bespectacled anti-hero was the central question.
But we knew Walter White was doomed. Storming into Sunday’s final episode of Breaking Bad – the most anticipated TV event since The Sopranos literally faded to black in 2007 – the fate of our bespectacled anti-hero was the central question.
However, now we know the answer: Walt is dead. Near the end of a remarkable finale, a heart-pounding ride of twists, reveals, action and deeply satisfying resolution, Walt returns to the white supremacist compound for a final showdown. This is it.
While the Uncle Jack is planning to kill Walt, under orders from Lydia. But his antagonists are unaware Walt has MacGyver’d the trunk of his car with a military-grade weapon and automatic timer.
It is particular attention that when the hail of bullets stops, most of the thugs are dead.
Walt finishes off Jack with a bullet to the head in the same way Jack murdered Hank. Jesse, who was still a prisoner, strangles Todd with his handcuffs.
Notably, this sets up the climactic scene, in which Walt tosses the gun to Jesse and asks to be killed.
But Jesse refuses and escapes. Then Walt goes to the meth lab, rubs a bloody hand over a steel container and falls to the ground. Police find his body, sprawled supine on the floor, as the end titles flash. [thestar.com ]