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I thought I had read the last episode is 75mins long somewhere, I may be wrong.

 

 

The ricin is for Lydia's camomile tea, IMO.

 

 

75 mins including adverts, so an hour or so.

 

And at this point Walt is unaware of what Lydia asked Todd to do.

 

Do we still need spoiler tags?

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What's he got against Lydia?

I don't think he'll go after Lydia, but the only reason I could see this working in a storyline is if he was angry that his 'product' is back on the market (i.e. purity and colour) as was mentioned in the TV clip at the bar.

 

I'm sure Walt will be too busy taking care of some nazi punk ass and Lydia will fall under Jesse's revenge umbrella through wrong place / wrong time when he escapes or something similar. I hope Jesse cooks up a meth bomb from series 1 when We first truly seen Walt's alter ego taking over in Tuco's office

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Do we still need spoiler tags?

If someone visits this topic with one week to go its surely to talk about the final episode - surely a spoiler is more to talk about leaked info and anything certain at this point, and less so for discussion and general excitement now

 

That's my opinion anyhow, but if people want to keep using them I'll do it

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75 mins including adverts, so an hour or so.

 

And at this point Walt is unaware of what Lydia asked Todd to do.

 

Do we still need spoiler tags?

 

Seems it wouldn't take much for Walt to find out about it though.

 

Fuck spoiler tags. Happy can you lash something on the thread title.

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Walt kills/exposes everyone that wronged him etc (todd and his uncle, exposes his colleagues as useless frauds)

leaves enough money for jessie/his family that are left,

 

As the fbi surround him, he goes on a rant about being hesienberg and his empire, then as they close in puts his hand up to stop them, fixes his hat, sparks up the rican ciggerette and grins before keeling over.

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Walt kills/exposes everyone that wronged him etc (todd and his uncle, exposes his colleagues as useless frauds)

leaves enough money for jessie/his family that are left,

 

As the fbi surround him, he goes on a rant about being hesienberg and his empire, then as they close in puts his hand up to stop them, fixes his hat, sparks up the rican ciggerette and grins before keeling over.

I like your final scene but I'd cut it about 3 seconds sooner, just lights the ciggerette and it ends, never quite knowing if the ricin was in it or not.

 

I'm curious about how he might get the money to his family, having failed with Walt junior in the last episode,

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Walt kills/exposes everyone that wronged him etc (todd and his uncle, exposes his colleagues as useless frauds)

leaves enough money for jessie/his family that are left,

 

As the fbi surround him, he goes on a rant about being hesienberg and his empire, then as they close in puts his hand up to stop them, fixes his hat, sparks up the rican ciggerette and grins before keeling over.

 

 

Doesn't ricin take several days to take effect?

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he's got no immune system and is smoking it though, and it's hollywood

 

this is my vision ! :P

 

 

Ahhh I see it now!

 

I read somewhere that Vince Gilligan said there will be a minor victory for Walt in the final episode. Those hoping for an ending with a redemption of sorts through the killing of the Nazis, persuading Flynn he did it for the right reasons, getting all the money back to his family before a martyr-like death, etc.: I wouldn't hold your breath. More likely is a way for him to get some money to Holly in the future, like Mike tried to do with his grand daughter. This is Breaking Bad we are talking about, the show with absolutely no moral compass that dictates the trajectory of story lines and resolutions. I really hope they complete it in the same unsentimental way.

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I like your final scene but I'd cut it about 3 seconds sooner, just lights the ciggerette and it ends, never quite knowing if the ricin was in it or not.

 

I'm curious about how he might get the money to his family, having failed with Walt junior in the last episode,

 

 

they've promised a closed ending. Nowt like Sopranos.

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I reckon he will save Jesse, we'll see some sort of partial redemption before it finishes imo. There isn't enough time for him to do a complete u-turn but he'll illustrate some form of goodness before his inevitable death.

This is my thoughts too. I think it will be him trying to get some sort of redemption that ultimately leads to his death (although he's dead anyway from the cancer) and possibly hurts others again. After all, his reasons for getting into the meth business were pretty noble in the first place (ie to provide for his family after his death and prevent his medical bills forcing them under) and all that's happened is lives being destroyed (the deaths of innocents like Hank and Gomez, both of Jessies birds, the kid on the bike and the ruined lives of Sklar & Jr, Marie, Brock, Jessie, Q etc). It wouldn't be a surprise to me if his final attempt to do something positive was just as successful!
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Ahhh I see it now!

 

I read somewhere that Vince Gilligan said there will be a minor victory for Walt in the final episode. Those hoping for an ending with a redemption of sorts through the killing of the Nazis, persuading Flynn he did it for the right reasons, getting all the money back to his family before a martyr-like death, etc.: I wouldn't hold your breath. More likely is a way for him to get some money to Holly in the future, like Mike tried to do with his grand daughter. This is Breaking Bad we are talking about, the show with absolutely no moral compass that dictates the trajectory of story lines and resolutions. I really hope they complete it in the same unsentimental way.

See things like suggestions/hints from Vince or actors on talking bad would be nice if they were spoilered, or any promo images from the episode, I stopped reading just after Vince but your eyes can't help but catch a couple of extra words.

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