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Finally watched it last night. Awesome as always. As for next year, the only way I can see this ending is with Jesse finding redemption somehow.

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The 1 thing that I just can't come to terms with about Walt poisoning Brock is: when did he take Jesse's ricin cigarette? Walt is sitting down in the morning spinning around his gun, he notices the plant and gets the idea then. Jesse says he had the cigarette in the morning. Saul's body guard couldn't' have taken it while patting Jesse down very briefly. The only time Walt could have taken it was after Jesse came home and left his jacket out somewhere. For that he would already have to have been hiding out at Jesse's house. I guess he could have done it while Jesse went to the bathroom or something before he got the call from Andrea, but that's such a short window of time.

I disagree was just about that if anything lol to the leading expedience not arguing with sol secretary. the thing about wolf transformation is not that he became some kind of macho man some guy who killed a first person to get in the wrong glanced know he's more caffeine than that he's cold. 320 grandad's all secretary was just giving her the fastest and when he has hardly anytime to make a move. pointing a gun in your face instead of just throwing some money yet hurts what is spelled more trouble for him later assuming that he would actually get rid of gus.

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My reaction to people's reaction of the final revelation of the season.
Michelle McClaren said it perfectly. I mean, yeah, Walt HAD to do it. The DEA was not going to guard them forever, and they probably would've just thought that that was a "giant jerk-off" as Hank put it. Then after everything was clear Gus would murder, MURDER, Hank, Marie, Skyler, Walter Jr., and HOLLY. Yeah, a baby. Walt played a gamble on the kids life, but he knows so much about chemistry, that he was fairly certain the kid would be ok. So, yeah a kid is sick for a little while, then hes fine, so he can save a baby's life. So yeah, he did it without actually sacrificing the kid, or giving him any permanent injuries. Otherwise, a baby would have been murdered. So he kinda HAD to do it.

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I think Tyrus might survive, they'd said 3 people died. Doesn't mean Tyrus didn't have time to jump out the window. The 3rd person could be the old lady next door (probably with a heart attack). Mike will comeback to town eventually.

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i just have one little glitch in my immediate reaction, having just now watched the episode. im sure more will appear as things digest. and that is Walts wimpiness in the face of Saul's secretary's demand for a huge bribe. he seemed, as he so often has, as a man comically and pathetically out of his depth. laughably stumbling out over the glass he had just broken. if he really is the killer inside that he is shown to us now to be, he would have kicked a little arse, pushed back hard since it was so obviously in his power to do so. the secretary had placed herself in a terribly vulnerable position. all he had to do was say "What do you think Saul will do to you when he finds out you are shaking down his best paying client?" or simply, directly, "Get me Saul on the phone right now or you will never leave this office alive." he can be Scarface or he can be the clueless victim Mr White. he cant be both.

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I enjoyed the spinning gun




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