There is no other way to describe the end of Breaking Bad. Perfect, in every way, and if you've dabbled into Breaking Bad, hurry up and get to the finale or "Felina", and watch it five times.
Why I'm writing this article two to three weeks after the last episode is telling of this: one time seeing it is not enough. Seeing it, studying it, two to three times really helps close up loose ends.
Spoiler-wise, I'll stay clear of that, for once, in this article. There are plenty of reviews out there, and plenty of makeshift website links for replays.
It's just an amazing feat: to have an actor, considered the comedic focal point of "Malcolm in the Middle", and to see him transform, not only character-wise, but as a person for five seasons, and for a show to have minimal mistakes and just par-for-the-course writing and acting and directing, it may be years before a show like Breaking Bad is seen and revered.
It's a hollow feeling, these Sundays without the allure of a new Breaking Bad episode: BBB and ABB, Before Breaking Bad and After Breaking Bad.
Now, I must go and watch The Wire and catch up on Mad Men: articles are good from time to time, and I'll keep you waiting for the next one. I guess it's like Breaking Bad: the change of a person trying to make some money, all the while finding himself drawn into something altogether big and out of his control. Or the man in question is subconsciously egomaniacal, either way.