As I’m sure you may know by now, Vince Gilligan’s Braking Bad Series became a huge hit, allowing him to pick up five seasons of the explosive show. Many, as well as myself, hated to see the show go off the air, but although it had to go off the air, it was yet again, an explosive ending. It may not have ended the way we wanted it to end, but we don’t always get our way in the television world of shows we watch because we sometimes become very dear with the characters.
The spoiler to the ending of the show
Yes, this is the spoiler part, so be warned, if you haven’t seen the finale of the show, you may want to stop reading here. I want to focus on the shockers of the show that made this a brilliant finale and ending to a great series. Okay, so we know throughout the show Hank, the Drug Enforcement Agency agent who was Walter White’s brother-in-law, had been trying to catch the infamous “Heisenberg” for quite some time, but never could seem to catch him. The infamous Heisenberg (which of course we know was really Walter White) was always a step ahead of his brother-in-law.
At the end of the series, Hank finally figures out who the infamous Heisenberg was and actually had him trapped and was bringing him in when all of a sudden, Walter’s people he had been using to do his dirty work of killing people to keep his secret, arrives on the scene. Well, just as Hank has Walter in handcuffs and was attempting to bring him in, the two DEA agents were shot at and one was killed during the shootout. At this point, Hank is still alive and Walter tried to get the headhunters not to kill Hank, but the shocker is that Hank was shot in the head anyway and thrown into a hole out in the dessert.
The other finale spoilers are the real shockers of the finale. Walter White during the finale has decided there was simply nothing else to do with Jesse Pinkman because he began talking too much, so he was planning to have him killed. Also, at this point, Walter has lost most his money to Uncle Jack, his dirty work headhunter. At this point, apparently Walter decides he’s going to go back and face Uncle Jack to get some of his money back and to tell him he hadn’t killed Jesse like he promised. But apparently, after Walter began accusing Uncle Jack of becoming partners with Jesse because they were forcing Jesse to cook for them, Uncle Jack decides to prove Walter wrong.
To prove he hadn’t partnered with Jesse, Uncle Jack brings Jesse out and Jesse is in chains and looks really bad. Apparently, once Walter saw Jesse in this condition, he had a change of heart and decides to help Jesse escape. All of a sudden you see bullets flying everywhere and Walter jumps on Jesse to knock him down, to keep him from getting shot. The bullets were coming from a shot gun that was setup in the trunk of Walter’s car, killing all of the headhunters except one and Jesse at that moment lost it and choked the one that was still alive with the chains he had on his writs.
An emotional ending
Walter is now giving Jesse the opportunity to shoot him, but like Walter seemed to get a soft spot in his heart for Jesse and saved him, apparently Jesse had a soft moment as well and he sees Walter’s been shot and injured so he decided not to shoot him. You then see Walter walk into the cooking lab; he touches one of the cook machines and then falls dead to the ground. Jesse, who began to get so soft at the end of the series, was actually the only character, who was in the mix of all the cooking and killings, was the only one who made it out alive. You then see Jesse driving away hollering as if he was saying “I’m finally free.”
What a very brilliant show, tell me your thoughts of the very explosive series, “Breaking Bad.” I would love to hear some of your most shocking moments of the finale.