I really don't want to spend time thinking of the different permutations for the series end. I'd rather attempt to be surprised, at least until the season starts giving some indications of where it's headed. In Vince I trust.
I don't know if you all remember the opening scene to Season 5 Episode 1, but Walt shows it's his 52st birthday out of the bacon, and he has the new ID from New Hampshire to get his free Denny's, because when he walks out his waitress says "Happy Birthday Mr. Lambert" or something close to that. Tie that back into one of the first 4 seasons when he made the number 51 out of bacon and it'll be the last episode I think. I think it'll wrap up with him doing something with that machine gun. Just my guess right when I saw that with my roommates by killing off any drug cartel people or dangers to his family, leaving all the money to his family and leaving town. We all thought the same thing.
In real life, Cranston looks more like "Malcolm in the Middle's" Hal than his "Breaking Bad" character Walter White (aka Heisenberg); he's clean-shaven, with a full head of hair. But just to mess with fans at Comic-Con this weekend, he put on a Walter White mask, complete with bald head and goatee, and roamed the halls unrecognized. (That's Cranston there, on the left.)
Sig by the King BK
Fear the Spear - Winston Era has begun....
"I wasn't going to lose to Miami, no matter what," Freeman said. "It means a lot to go out there and beat them. Every time I get a chance, I want to destroy them."
The show starts with close-ups on a few kids skateboarding. It’s all in extreme close-ups and then it pulls back. They’re in Walt’s pool. Pull back again and we see the entire White residence completely boarded up and surrounded by a fence with “Warning” signs on it. Something very, very bad happened here. It’s been condemned. A familiar car pulls up and out steps Walter White, in a full beard just like the mysterious first scene of last season. He gets out of the car, goes into the trunk and pulls out a tire-iron. But we see a massive M-16 in there too. He uses the iron to squeeze through the fence and then pry open his door. Now Walt’s inside his old house and it’s barren. Desolate. Nothing on the floor or walls except some debris. With one exception. The word “Heisenberg” is painted across one of the walls in huge block letters. Walt looks at it quietly, then hears the skateboarding. He peers through some blinds and surveys the kids. Then, he slowly walks up the hallway and the camera gives us glimpses of some of Walt’s hiding places: Under the floor, in the vent. Finally he walks into the bedroom, takes out a quarter and looses up an electrical socket. The socket where he hid the ricin. He takes out the ricin and walks back to the car. There, his neighbor spots him . She has a bag of groceries but is frozen. She’s petrified to see Walt standing there, in the flesh. Why? We don’t know. But Walt says, “Hi Carol.” And she drops the bag of groceries in shock. Then the familiar music and title. Breaking Bad.