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    Quote Originally Posted by Diehard View Post
    there was no proof he was in NH all those months, and everyone but the Nazis was completely in the dark about their underground meth lab so Walt disappearing down there while making a trip to NH and maybe getting a little sloppy covering his tracks as the cancer progresses doesn't seem like an implausible front.
    Walt's finger prints are no where in that lab except on the mask and his blood smear on the tank. Jesse's are every where. Both are known meth cooks. It wouldn't hold up to the scrutiny of a police investigation any more than Walt's last call to Skylar in Ozymandias was able to get her off the hook.

    I know it seems like a feel good little piece of wrap up, but the evidence Gilligan provided us with just doesn't support it.

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    Did Pinkman ever get fingerprinted during the series? I can't recall him ever being more than just questioned and released. If he doesn't have a record or prints on file then he's safe"er". It also helps that Hank did much of his investigation outside of the department.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OTTo VoN BLoTTo View Post
    Did Pinkman ever get fingerprinted during the series? I can't recall him ever being more than just questioned and released. If he doesn't have a record or prints on file then he's safe"er". It also helps that Hank did much of his investigation outside of the department.
    Not that we see, but even if I'm completely wrong about the prints, I'd say it's safe to assume that Jesse is on the run based on the fact that Marie would no doubt have told the DEA that Hank and Gomie were with him when they disappeared. It's reasonable to assume the police have been looking for him since then.

    As to Walt's reason for going into the meth lab at the end, Gilligan gave us a huge clue with his choice of music.

    Guess I got what I deserve
    Kept you waiting there, too long my love
    All that time, without a word
    Didn't know you'd think, that I'd forget, or I'd regret

    The special love I have for you
    My baby blue
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogey View Post
    The FBI had Jesse in that interrogation room in regards to the $5M he was throwing out his car window.

    I don't know if he was charged with anything, but I think they still wonder how Jesse got that $5M.
    Now that I think about it, is there any hard evidence connecting Jesse to Walt? Huell, Kuby, Skylar and Marie can all link Pinkman to Walt and Jesse was a known client of Saul Goodman so maybe the FBI could make a drug trafficking RICO case against Jesse? This, of course, assumes that anyone finds out Jesse is still alive and not in Alaska.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyalSubject View Post
    Not that we see, but even if I'm completely wrong about the prints, I'd say it's safe to assume that Jesse is on the run based on the fact that Marie would no doubt have told the DEA that Hank and Gomie were with him when they disappeared. It's reasonable to assume the police have been looking for him since then.
    Jesse was known for being a slinger, not so much a cook. Word on the street (according to Skinny Pete and Badger) was that Walt was still cooking. And the confession tape of him that aired on TV probably made it safe to assume Jesse was capped for being a rat. Besides he wasn't the big fish the DEA were after. He's pretty much free, but as we've seen he tends to get himself in trouble and without Walt there to bail him out like he did every season, well, who knows what happens.

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    I was just flipping channels and stumbled across one of the early episodes on Sundance or IFC. They were in the RV and Walt was bitching at Jesse for bringing Funions for food and leaving the key in the ignition. That was their big problem - Funions and a dead battery. I was just watching and thinking about how much darkness was to come. ****ing Funions.

    Man, that was some great television.
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    For those who say it was too much of a "happy ending" .... consider that perspective might be caused by timing.

    Had Hank and Gomez been killed in the final episode and not three episodes to go... the pall that cast over the show might have been more present in your mind. What if the knife fight had happened in the final episode?

    Part of why I enjoyed the ending of Breaking Bad so much was that it got to the truly bad and let us dwell in the aftermath.

    Perspective can transform even the darkest moment into one at least slightly brighter and I'm happy with a Walter White who has gained perspective if not redemption.

    There is no redemption for Walt. Only self awareness and through that, a peace that everyone deserves. Even the truly horrible.

    Or whatever.

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    I just removed Breaking Bad from my DVR series scheduler. That was oddly heartbreaking.

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    It was a very sad ending.

    Just think of all those poor meth heads who won't be getting their Heisenberg-level fixes anymore.

    :(


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