I forgot how great the last 15 minutes of "Crawlspace" was with a rewatch tonight
I am going to guess the following dying:
Two things I would like to see is a flashback to Jessie in Walt's classroom and a flashback to how Walt met Skylar.
The perfect song to end BB with, IMO.
Choo got it, dude.
I'm gonna predict everyone dies. Sure a couple may live, but I'm gonna play the odds - -my prediction won't be too far off!
Also some obvious advice for everyone, but I would highly recommend watching the finale live, instead of DVR, TIVO etc to watch it later on. Its been hard enough in episodes earlier this season to not be spoiled when I'd watch them an hour or two after original air time and I'm sure the finale will only magnify this.
Joey Votto does not care about RBI.
NEITHER SHOULD ANY OF US
I really hope this thread is extremely active after it airs because I'll need to vent and/or cry to someone.
After meeting with the arms dealer, Walt visits Elliott and Gretchen. Walter acknowledges his mistake in leaving Gray Matter and apologizes to Gretchen, in particular, for leaving. Walt gives them the location of the money barrel; asking that they use it for their drug rehab project in exchange for funding Walt Jr. and Holly's college and giving Walt Jr. a career.
Walt then locates the Nazi compound and confronts Uncle Jack- reasoning that if blue meth is still around it means that Jesse is still alive; voiding their deal. Walt wants his money back. Firefight ensues. Walt finds himself, Uncle Jack, and Todd as the last men standing. Walt is hit and Uncle Jack has him dead to rights. Walt plays Todd; resulting in Todd shooting Uncle Jack. Todd idolizes Heisenberg and figures that Walt gives him the best chance of consummating a relationship with Lydia.
Todd, believing that they can be a team again, leads Walt to Jesse. Todd and Walt release Jesse. While walking through the lab area, Jesse grabs the line they used to leash him and strangles Todd with it; finishing with "Sorry for your loss" after Todd drops dead to the floor.
Jesse and Walt emerge topside. Walt, back turned to Jesse, apologizes for the number of things he's done to hurt him. Jesse grabs a gun off one of the dead Nazis and shoots Walt as he's talking. Jesse walks off.
Walt, dying, crawls to one of the dead Nazis and finds a cell phone. He calls Skyler. Marie picks up instead, listens to whatever Walt says, and then hangs up without saying a word. Skyler walks in and asks who was on the phone. Marie answers "No one".
Next we see Saul; assistant manager at an Omaha fast food joint. His boss tells him that a package has arrived for him. Saul opens the package and sees the money Walt was originally going to send to Walt Jr.
Lydia receives a package too along with a letter signed by "Todd" (written by Walt) telling her that purity is now up to 97%. Also included in the package is a box of Stevia. Now we know where the Ricin went.
Walt laughs as he coughs up blood. His world goes black.
Jesse is looking out a car window at a little boy on a playground at an elementary school (Brock). The window rolls up and the camera pans back to reveal that Jesse is in the "disappearing guy" van.
Post-credits: Huell is still sitting on the bed in the hotel room. He calls out "Hello? Hey, anyone there??? Hello..."
Last edited by SteelSD; 09-29-2013 at 04:16 PM.
"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.”
^ I'd be cool with that.
"I know a lot about the law and various other lawyerings."
Situational Hitting is Stupid
I'd be surprised if he apologizes to Gretchen and Elliot in any way, shape or form. I do think, though, the rest is pretty close to being on the money.
"No matter how good you are, you're going to lose one-third of your games. No matter how bad you are you're going to win one-third of your games. It's the other third that makes the difference." ~Tommy Lasorda
I think Steel has inside info. Too detailed.