View Poll Results: Who wins at Breaking Bad

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  • Heisenburg (Walt Sr)

    2 10.00%
  • Jesse Pinkman

    9 45.00%
  • Skylar

    2 10.00%
  • Hank (dea)

    3 15.00%
  • Flynn (Walt Jr)

    3 15.00%
  • Saul Goodman

    3 15.00%
  • Lydia Rodarte Quail

    1 5.00%
  • Badger

    1 5.00%
  • Skinny Pete

    1 5.00%
  • Ted Beneke

    0 0%
  • Todd

    0 0%
  • Unkown rival cartel or kingpin

    0 0%
  • other

    1 5.00%
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    Who wins at Breaking Bad?

    Come the end of the final half-season, who is left standing Victorious?

    I could actually see Saul being the only one left in an advantageous position. Damn stinkin lawyers...... Or imagine if it ends up being Walt Jr. or should I call him Flynn. That would be comical if Flynn ends up killing off his pops or enslaves him somehow and ends up becoming some thug who beats people up with his canes/crutches when they don't pay him or even if they just say -

    thug "huh? What did u say again?"
    Flynn "Say 'what' one more time -I dare you"
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    Jesse........

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    I'll say Saul because there's already serious talk of him getting a spinoff series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VenomousDB View Post
    Jesse........
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    Either Saul for the reason that samparnell stated (and also because he is basically the cockroach of the series, and cockroaches survive everytihng), or everybody dies. I see no positive way out.

    I do think it would be pretty cool for Walt to survive the drug related stuff but then fall victim to his cancer that pushed the first domino over.

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    I hope cancer no longer plays a part in the series (even though sympathy endures even when in remission)

    Lawyers always are the ones left standing at the end. Ironically everyone loves this lawyer and really as callused as Saul can be - he does seem to have a heart in there somewhere too - in a Jesse kind of way.

    I don't recall series being so short - I know these last 2 season are halved but even Game of Thrones seemed to be over just after it started. Was TV like this 10 years ago? Weren't series ongoing for like 6 months or I dunno how long but longer than 2-3 months that's for sure

    Anyone care to speculate who dies (if anyone) in this final season?
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    The writers have done such a superb job of being unpredictably predictable in the sense that there can be no happy endings for these characters. It's just how it actually plays out that is surprising.

    The last scene of the previous season with Hank on the potty finding the inscribed copy of Leaves of Grass and connecting the dots sets up a whirlwind of a series finale.

    I will be surprised if WW doesn't die in the last episode.
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    Quote Originally Posted by samparnell View Post
    The writers have done such a superb job of being unpredictably predictable in the sense that there can be no happy endings for these characters. It's just how it actually plays out that is surprising.

    The last scene of the previous season with Hank on the potty finding the inscribed copy of Leaves of Grass and connecting the dots sets up a whirlwind of a series finale.

    I will be surprised if WW doesn't die in the last episode.
    i think Walt is going to die in the 2nd to last episode. id like to see them switch it up a bit and then take the last episode elsewhere
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    I think Jesse will be left standing as long as Walt doesn't take him out himself. Honestly I hope Walt is taken out. He is no longer the good guy who does everything right except making a drug to help pay for his cancer or support his family.

    He is now completely greedy, and power hungry just like Gus. I really think he is Gus 2.0 now and they will off him by the end of the show. Although they have been building it up for Hank to catch him ever since season 1. So I could see that happening too.

    Jesse has just been way to key of a character and way too likeable for them to kill him. But again if you expect it from this show then they will do the opposite. So maybe they make so much meth and it all explodes when Hank does a raid and it blows up all the whole city.

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    I agree with Sam regarding the writing

    Anything can happen and it will surprise but not shock - because no matter how crazy or absurd it's not too outlandish for this writing team

    Having said that - let your imagination go wild for a second and imagine this:

    What if WW actually comes full circle in morality so much so that he quits cooking and wants to just be a teacher with his family all living under one roof again? Might sound boring but I know this writing crew could make this work too. The vacuum left by WW getting out - could open the door for one of the other main characters to shock us.

    In a way it would make for a logical way to end the series having WW come full circle. What would really be crazy would be if he actually did that and as soon as he was completely removed from that lifestyle is when his guard is lowered enough to be taken out by someone -maybe someone close to him. Ironic indeed.

    Whatever happens - I'm sure none of us have predicted it

    And that is one big reason why we all love this show I think
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    I don't even want to think or fantasize about it. One of my favorite shows ever and I would hate to know or even believe what might be going to happen.

    That said, if I recall correctly, the first episode of the 5th season tells a lot of the story. Walt had hair again, meaning the cancer is gone and, in the metaphorical sense, that the drug business is over. However, he had quite a large arsenal of weapons in his car so who knows. But then again, this is exactly how they built up tension with the swimming pool scenes throughout the 3rd season (2nd!?)... and then nothing important happened.
    Too much speculation for me haha

    edit: I completely believe in this WW goes through the full circle thing. All hints point in that direction and this is usually how (American) shows end. Let's hope I'm wrong!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thrasher View Post
    I don't even want to think or fantasize about it. One of my favorite shows ever and I would hate to know or even believe what might be going to happen.

    That said, if I recall correctly, the first episode of the 5th season tells a lot of the story. Walt had hair again, meaning the cancer is gone and, in the metaphorical sense, that the drug business is over. However, he had quite a large arsenal of weapons in his car so who knows. But then again, this is exactly how they built up tension with the swimming pool scenes throughout the 3rd season (2nd!?)... and then nothing important happened.
    Too much speculation for me haha

    edit: I completely believe in this WW goes through the full circle thing. All hints point in that direction and this is usually how (American) shows end. Let's hope I'm wrong!
    What do you mean nothing happened?

    The plane crashed which was a direct result of something Walt did. If I remember correctly it was when he killed Jesses GF in her sleep and her father couldn't cope with it at work and wasn't doing his job as a control tower specialist.

    So Walt caused hundreds of lives over 1 bad decision.

    I feel they are building to that same degree again. I think that opening scene will be repeated at the beginning of season 6 and then occur in the last or next to last episode. And then we will see a gun fight and Walt will go down after beating cancer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DenverBlood View Post
    What do you mean nothing happened?

    The plane crashed which was a direct result of something Walt did. If I remember correctly it was when he killed Jesses GF in her sleep and her father couldn't cope with it at work and wasn't doing his job as a control tower specialist.

    So Walt caused hundreds of lives over 1 bad decision.

    I feel they are building to that same degree again. I think that opening scene will be repeated at the beginning of season 6 and then occur in the last or next to last episode. And then we will see a gun fight and Walt will go down after beating cancer.
    I mean that it really wasn't important for the story. Would you expected was that something huge happened and that the DEA or whatever agency gets on to the track of Heisenberg. But this did not happen and the plane crash did not really have any further ramnifications.
    Also, if I remember correctly, he didn't kill her directly but failed to render assistance, which he regretted.
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