The reviews were in last Monday for the finale of Breaking Bad and some cried: “It’s too tidy. It’s too neat. The rest of the show wasn’t like this.”
It was the polar opposite of the terrible “But-They-Were-All-Dead-All-Along” finale of Lost. It had no irritating fade to black with Tony’s knowing smile as he sees his daughter or a hit-man in The Sopranos.
Sure, Walter White didn’t wake up beside Suzanne Pleshette like the end of The Newhart Show, but the ending of Breaking Bad was completely satisfying because it was so neat–as precise as Walt’s nearly pure blue meth.
Marty Robbins’ classic “El … Read More…