R/breakingbad, a resourceful fan who viewed the script for 'Felina', the Breaking Bad final episode, at an exibition at this year's Austin Film Festival, photographed it and posted the final pages to Reddit. Written by Vince Gilligan, the script itself offers additional details and specific intents of the episode.
For those who have differing opinions about where Jesse Pinkman might have been headed after being liberated from the Neo-Nazi encampment by Walt, Gilligan seems to be encouraging the viewer to use his or her imagination- "From here on, it's up to us to say where he's headed," he writes. "I like to call it 'something better' and leave it at that.'"
Gilligan has referred to Heisenberg's meth cooking rig as 'his precious,' as in Gollum from The Lord of the Rings, and a line from the script describing the scene as White lovingly stroking his cooker as he is dying underscores Walt's love for his lab equipment: "Walt is back where belongs," he writes. "He's back with his True Love." The final close-up: "Walt's hand rests against (the vat) like a cowboy's hand rests on the neck of his horse."and calls his final facial expression "one of faint satisfaction."
Although in various interviews Gilligan had admitted that the Walter White character had evolved into someone quite despicable, his writing for the finale expresses a retained tenderness for his creation. The last lines describing the scene as the cops discover Walt's body say it all "They're too late. He got away."