Badfinger – Baby Blue (Breaking Bad Finale)

If you saw, then you know why I’m playing it. If you didn’t see it, well, that’s your loss…

Oh hell, I survived one traumatic TV finale, so I guess it’s time to dive into the last 2 House episodes that have been sitting in my DVR for 16 months. Call the Hazmat guys if you haven’t heard from me in a week… πŸ˜‰

I want ice water.

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22 thoughts on “Badfinger – Baby Blue (Breaking Bad Finale)

    • I am so with you on that Spencer! One question. My friend Pied Type says Walt planned to Kill Jesse until he saw how they had him all shackled up like that. I say Walt knew all along that Jesse wouldn’t have willingly cooked for the Nazi bastards and planned to rescue him if he could. What do you think? πŸ˜€

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      • I don’t think Walt ever had it in him to directly kill Jesse. That being said, I don’t think it was initially a part of the plan to save Jesse either.

        But seeing him in shackles definitely elicited a familial, patriarchal instinct. Similar to what Walt experienced when he watched Hank die.

        So it sounds like a cop out, but I kind of agree with both of you!

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        • They didn’t answer it directly, but your answer pretty much matches what they revealed of the writer’s thoughts on “Talking Bad” after the show. Call me naive, but I just think of Walt as a misguided “super-genius” (like a serious version of Wyle E. Coyote). He did what circumstances forced him to do, and damned well at that, but he never really wanted to hurt anyone…

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          • Wyle E. Coyote – that’s interesting. I might attribute that kind of of cartoonish quality to Jesse, but not so much Walt. He may have been that way for the first episode, and sort of reverted back in the very last (with his silly-but-lethal machine gun robot thing) but he’s mostly pretty sinister. I’d say he’s downright scary and ruthless for a very large part of the series.

            There are people he will go out of his way to protect. But anyone outside of that circle is susceptible to his villainy.

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            • I didn’t mean to imply that I thought of Walt as cartoonish. He was anything but that. But I can’t bring myself to think of him as a villain either. He was just caught up in a world where it’s either be a serious badass or die. You’re new to this blog, so you wouldn’t know that I have some “differences of opinion” with most people when it comes to morality. And I stay away from people these days because the ones I’ve known started looking, to me, way too much like those Nazi’s looked to Walt…

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  1. I have heard so much about this series…….I am going to start it on netflex and go thru the whole thing…………also orange is the new black…..I hear it is really good……and funny also.

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    • I’m not sure if I caught every episode Rosie, but I sure as hell tried! πŸ˜€

      Haven’t seen Orange is the New Black, but I do want to. I saw this cute little video on HuffPost…

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