- Did you mean Jesse was the one you expected to die? I'm so glad that he got the ending that he did. I feel like he probably had as much blood on his hands as anyone else, but it was different with him. Walt was a bad, bad man. But I don't think Jesse was really a bad person deep down. It always seemed like he was really tortured by the whole thing, especially whenever people died.
DH thought it was going to be Shakespearean and everyone was going to die at the end, but I was always holding out hope that Jesse would be okay. I expected that Walt would die, and I really hoped that Todd would die, and in a way that he would really suffer.
I liked how Walt found a way to leave the money to his kids, though I am really curious where the rest of the money is and what's going to happen with it. I LOVED that the "guns" pointed at the former business partners were those two fools with laser pointers! It was interesting how throughout 5 seasons, there was an on-going theme of Jesse and Skylar asking him when it would be enough, when he would have enough money, when he would stop - and in the end, he only wound up leaving $10 mil. He could've stopped so long ago and not ruined or ended all of those lives and left that much. It was nice that Walt admitted that he really enjoyed being Heisenberg at the end and didn't keep up the charade of it all being for his family. It hadn't been about his family since season 1.
I thought the ending was perfect. Everything was tied up nice nice. I'm definitely sad that it's all over, though. I've heard rumors that Saul is going to have a spinoff show. Not sure how I feel about that. He was a great character, but I'm not sure I want to watch a show centered just around him.