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We all love this show.

 

It ends today.

 

If Breaking Bad ends without Walt mowing people down with big ammo M60 whilst wearing the Heisenberg hat, then the entire series will have been for nothing. 

 

What do you think?

 

Spoilers below are likely.

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Shows now days seem to be a porno with a great story.

 

 

Also haven't kept up with BB for a while so I dunno what to think!

Breaking Bad is actually PG13 IIRC, they can't even say f***

 

I preferred Dexter personally, and I even liked the ending.

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I'm quietly glad that Breaking Bad is done. I don't have any interest in yet another show that tries to tell me about all the awful things people are driven to do when they feel cornered. I don't even need to watch the show if that's what you're trying to tell me. I've seen a few commercials for it, and I feel like I got the entire message from a few minutes of commercials. "Cancer made him do bad things. Look how screwed up these people get."

Please. It's a real shame, too. There might be a whole lot of creativity and imagination going on under the hood, but I'm already turned off by how shallow the premise is.

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I don't hate the show, I just never watched it.  

 

Television and I kind of drifted apart the past several years.

I'm in the same boat. 95% of stuff on tv is rubbish, but shows like Breaking-Bad etc are actually worth watching. Even if I hated pretty much every character. 

 

I also watch GoT for the "plot"

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If Breaking Bad was a book, it would be a masterpiece. But people like to trash TV series, while it's an underrated art. TV series like Breaking Bad just showed how TV series can get better than movies.

Good tv shows are much better than movies. In most cases they have 10 hours to tell a story rather than a maximum of 3

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Indeed, but this is a trend that appeared this last decade with shows like The Sopranos or Breaking Bad. Not talking about GoT as it is based on books. But this is another example of how books could fit better with TV series than movies.

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Indeed, but this is a trend that appeared this last decade with shows like The Sopranos or Breaking Bad. Not talking about GoT as it is based on books. But this is another example of how books could fit better with TV series than movies.

At this point I'd rather see books done as tv series, simply because you can be more true to the story

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What they did with the character of Walter White was just brillant.

 

I mean, from the very first episode, until the end, Bryan Cranston is amazing. If it was a movie, he would get an oscar.

 

Same thing for Vince Gilligan. When you know that he made the last episode, and when you see the way he ended it, with Walter finally showing us what was the most important thing in his life, this guy just wrote the masterpiece of his life.

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What they did with the character of Walter White was just brillant.

 

I mean, from the very first episode, until the end, Bryan Cranston is amazing. If it was a movie, he would get an oscar.

 

Same thing for Vince Gilligan. When you know that he made the last episode, and when you see the way he ended it, with Walter finally showing us what was the most important thing in his life, this guy just wrote the masterpiece of his life.

Indeed. though the themes were carried throughout.

 

T'was what an ending should be.

 

It's kinda similar to how Dexter (another awesome show) ended. Though I will say that Breaking Bad ended on a stronger note.

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