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    Quote Originally Posted by Diehard View Post
    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.
    So Jesse Pinkman, the guy who was caught chucking $5 million in cash out of a car window right before he started working with two DEA agents that were murdered by the great Heisenberg, suddenly shows back up in society and the DEA/police don't bother with him at all? I just don't see it happening that way. He's a person of interest, plain and simple. Even if the authorities aren't actively looking for him, there's no way he just goes back to life as normal without the authorities being all over his ass at some point. The best we can hope for Jesse is that he lams it, gets a new identity, and manages to lead a quiet, law abiding life. The idea that he's totally scott free is just a fandom fantasy.

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    Vince Gilligan shares discusssed alternate endings and other storyline possibilities that never occurred... some interesting stuff:

    'Breaking Bad': Vince Gilligan shares five alternate endings - MSN TV News

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    Quote Originally Posted by doctordestructo View Post
    Vince Gilligan shares discusssed alternate endings and other storyline possibilities that never occurred... some interesting stuff:

    'Breaking Bad': Vince Gilligan shares five alternate endings - MSN TV News
    Holy crap
    5. Jesse Dies, Then Walt Jr. Dies: This wasn't necessarily a finale ending, but it was an idea Gilligan kicked around before Season 1 even began. He says he considered a sequence in which a very ruthless drug dealer he would include elements of Gus Fring, Krazy 8 and Tuco Salamanca would kill Jesse. Walt, "filled with rage," shackles him in a basement. He rigs a tripwire with a shotgun, so that the dealer can kill himself by pulling it. Walt wants the dealer to do it, so he begins torturing him from the ground up. He starts at the toes and begins "lopping off bits of this guy and cauterizing it with a blowtorch or something." This goes on for weeks, but the dealer won't kill himself. Eventually Walt Jr. discovers him and tries to give him some water. When the dealer realizes Walt Jr. is Walt's son, he trips the wire and kills them both.Gilligan said no one at AMC was wild about the idea, and eventually his team of writers "people with more sense," he joked — reined him in.
    "And you'll notice we never actually did that scene," he said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doctordestructo View Post
    Vince Gilligan shares discusssed alternate endings and other storyline possibilities that never occurred... some interesting stuff:

    'Breaking Bad': Vince Gilligan shares five alternate endings - MSN TV News
    well option 4 addresses what others have in here about whether walt jr. would go with the family to the vacuum repair guy or not.

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    So, uh, what did everything think of that last Low Winter Sun episode, huh?
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    Breaking Bad alternate ending:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kubrick View Post
    You know, I actually hated Jesse's character for the first couple seasons but as time went on he very clearly became my favorite. So much so that when Uncle Jack was ready to kill him in the desert I audibly yelled "No!" at the TV screen.

    I personally loved the final episode because my favorite character made it out alive, finally, after all the mental and physical torture he endured. It just felt so damn good to see him drive through that fence.
    Walt was prepared to kill himself AND Jesse in that hail storm of bullets, but his hatred for Jack and one last gasp of sympathy for what they had done to Jesse had saved his life.

    I had no problems with the ending, save for the fact that Badfinger sucks. It was soothing to see Walt go out under full control, which was always the main and relatable point - an "everyman" with no control of his own life longing to seize ownership of his destiny. He got what he wanted, at full cost. Its the only way the show could have ended.

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    When JD and I watched the finale, I didn't "see" this, but when I came home and watched again, it immediately came to mind...




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