What happens to Walter at the end of Breaking Bad?

What happens to Walter at the end of Breaking Bad?

After taking out Jack and the neo-Nazis and saving Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) one final time, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) dies in the place that made him feel alive: the meth lab.

What is the ending of Breaking Bad?

Knowing his lung cancer will soon kill him, Walt revisits his former acquaintances to settle his affairs and prepare himself for the conflict and—ultimately—his death. Upon airing, “Felina” was met with widespread acclaim from critics. Several critics have called it one of the greatest series finales of all time.

What happens to Jesse at end of Breaking Bad?

Jesse jumps into an El Camino and drives away to freedom, shedding tears of joy, anguish, and general catharsis. It’s one of the most iconic scenes of the series. Speaking of El Caminos, that’s what the Breaking Bad movie starring Aaron Paul is all about.

Why does Walt save Jesse in the end?

Saving Jesse enabled ‘him’ to gain some small redemption as Walter White, and once Jesse is through the gates of the concentration camp Heisenberg re-emerges to caress the shiny meth lab surfaces as he leaves the world.

Did Walt actually do it for his family?

After insisting for five full seasons that everything he did, he did for his family, Walt finally confesses that all of his actions were entirely self-motivated.

Does Jesse Pinkman get a happy ending?

The finale did give Jesse a happy ending of sorts when Walt, finally showing something like remorse for what he’d done to his former student, set him free.

What did Jesse think of Walt in the end?

But before the scene ends, Jesse senses something strange about Walter. “You’re really lucky, you know,” Walt tells him. “You didn’t have to wait your whole life to do something special.” He’s talking about cooking meth—not something Jesse can think of as a lifetime’s achievement.

Why did Walt leave the book out?

Firstly, Walt loved to be Heisenberg and he was extremely flattered by the opinion Gale had about him. Secondly, the probability of connecting the book with his ‘other occupation’ was extremely low. So he decided to keep the book at home to gloat over it while sitting on the toilet.

Where did all of Walt’s money go?

The money will never be found and it may eventually become part of Albuquerque are lore as a “buried treasure.” The neo-Nazis would have dry foolish to have buried the money at the same site where they were also still cooking meth.

Was Walt happy in the end?

He shoots the Nazis. He stops caring about the rest of his goddamn money. And, most crucially, he frees Jesse, tying up the largest loose thread of his whole, disastrous empire-building business. In his final moments, Walt is in complete control.