Almost exactly how I wrote my ending in here a week ago. Damn I'm good
Attended 1976 World Series in my Mother's Womb. Attended 1990 World Series Game 2 as a 13 year old. Want to take my son to a a World Series Game in Cincinnati in my lifetime.
I hate to say it, but that episode was extremely predictable...
"The problem with strikeouts isn't that they hurt your team, it's that they hurt your feelings..." --Rob Neyer
"The single most important thing for a hitter is to get a good pitch to hit. A good hitter can hit a pitch that’s over the plate three times better than a great hitter with a ball in a tough spot.”
Personally, the finale is disappointing. IMO, the lead up episodes were better.
It finished the story, and I feel like it did most things the right way. Not everyone had to die, but everyone who did were the right people. Walt was never going to kill his family, which included Jesse and to a lesser extent, Gretchen and Elliot.
Is it "next season" yet?
I thought it ended the best way it could. There's no way a show can possibly satisfy everyone, but though it may have been predictable, it went out probably how it should have.
And that they used Badfinger's "Baby Blue" to end it was perfect IMHO.
Choo got it, dude.
Rather than "predictable" I'd call it "delivering on its premise/promise".
Classy and graceful ending.
Cincinnati Reds 2014 W-L Record: 76.6-85.4*
Cincinnati Reds 2015 W-L Record: 75-87**
I also thought it was genius that Walt was trying to get Jesse to kill him when he was too scared to do it himself. But this time Jesse broke free of Walt's manipulation and didn't give him what he wanted.
I thought the ending was great. I can't think of too many shows other than The Wire that so perfectly wrapped up as Breaking Bad did.
Incredible series. Nailed the final season/ending unlike any show I've ever seen.
We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.
Jesse drives off, stars in Need for Speed.
Choo got it, dude.
Also, for me the really devastating scene was the one with Skyler. Just in those few lines, he finally got there, and yet...still sort of on his own terms. Anybody who says this show is not about character is missing something. Those few lines summed up six seasons, and America, basically. And his admitting that, finally, was what made her allow him to say goodbye to the baby, so there was some forgiveness there, and...ahhhhhh. Tears.
There is no such thing as a pitching prospect.
So what was Felina?