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This episode is brilliant. It is a perfect ending to a perfect season.
METHODOLOGICAL BROKEN UP
Breaking Bad is a series that started with a situation at a moment in time. And then, from now on, all went bad, or should I say, all broke bad. But it didn't go down in a mess, everything is built, or broken, slowly and methodologically.
I can only but root for Jessie. The scene in which he cries in Walt's arms is terrifying. It is terribly sad, because Jessie and Jane just had their money in the previous episode and could have left and live a happy life. But there is no such things as a free lunch in life. We always have to pay for what we have done, and the Universe is always there to remind us of that.
Once Walt finally gets the operation he needs and has plenty of money on his side, he loses his wife. Skyler gets that he is involved in activites she doesn't even want to know about and decides to leave the house.
Anna Gunn gives an incredible performance, she really does something extraordinary that is worth any penny of any movie performance. We can see a shift of movie-likes qualities from the big screen onto the tv screen. Because tv series allow for the building of emotions over a much longer period of time.
As for the plane crash one year in the making, this is just pure excellent construction work.
A brilliant ending to a brilliant season.
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