“Breaking Bad” has only a few episodes left until it joins the other greats that left too soon like “Sex and the City,” “Sopranos,” “Brotherhood” and “Saving Grace.” These are just a few of the shows that are missed by fans. While many of these shows had surprise endings, some had rather mundane goodbyes. How will "Breaking Bad's" final episode go down in the TV history books? While Walt will have to last through to the final “Breaking Bad” episode, will someone else in his family meet their demise before the last show?
The Huffington Post on Sept. 7, suggests the Walt Jr. might be checking out before the end, or at least it sounded as the actor who plays Walt might have hinted to this. RJ Mitte, who plays Walt Jr., hinted during a recent interview when asked if his death is in the script. He replied that it is “certainly plausible.” This doesn't mean that it will happen, but anything is possible when it comes to "Breaking Bad."
“Breaking Bad” creator, Vince Gilligan, said he learned through this show that people are rooting for Walt to succeed, even when it means someone else goes down trying to bring him to justice. Fans of the show don’t like people who get in the way of Walt succeeding, even if they are the good guys.
With just a few episodes left the show is bound to take some extraordinary liberties, ones that no one would even think of doing if another season was in the wings. Since this is the end for “Breaking Bad,” you just know it’s going out with a bang, one that the viewers would never expect!