There are only two more episodes of AMC's cult drama series "Breaking Bad" are left, now and the penultimate episode, "Granite State," of the final season will air on Sunday. The second installment of "Breaking Bad" final series has reached its peak and it is now time for the final fireworks. After that, there will be silence.
At the end of "Breaking Bad" Season 5 Episode 14, "Ozymandias": Hank (Dean Norris) is dead. Jesse (Aaron Paul) has been chained by Todd (Jesse Plemons) and his uncle Jack (Michael Bowen). Marie (Betsy Brandt) has yet to react to her bereavement. Skyler (Anna Gunn) is struggling. Walt Jr. (RJ Mitte) has turned against his father. And, Walter White (Bryan Cranston), the man responsible for the deadly storm that has battered his family, is on the run, with only a barrel of his blood money.
Talking about Hank's death, Vince Gilligan, creator of "Breaking Bad," said in a video as quoted by Vanity Fair: "Emotionally, it felt like the right direction to take. Because, at the end of the day, Walter White has to reap what he has sewn. . . . Hank being killed is a direct result of Walt's choices that he has made. I think [Walt] realizes this in this moment. He is beyond inconsolable."
Episode 15 of "Breaking Bad" Season 5 "Granite State" will not be just about the consequences that Walt have to face because of his choices, but each member of his family, including Marie and Jesse, will be dealing with some of that deadly consequences.
The promo video suggests that Walt is untraceable. Since two DEA agents, Hank and Steven (Steven Quezada) are missing, the DEA is going to go after Skyler and put her in the questioning box if Walt is not there. Also, Jack and his White Supremacist Gang might be looking for him -- to cook the pure, blue crystal meth. It is likely that they may also make Walt's family their target.
Walt has lost everything and there is not much time left for him as his cancer is back. Almost all his money has been taken away by Jake. The need of money is what pushed Walt into the crystal meth cooking business. Walt is not going to let Jake enjoy on his money.
In the promo of "Breaking Bad" episode 15, "Granite State": Saul (Bob Odenkirk) could be heard asking Walt : "How much time have you got left?" It is the time that may be the final deciding factor. And, "Breaking Bad" does not have much time left, which means we are close to finding out what kind of fate the time has decided for Walter White.
"Breaking Bad" Season 5 Episode 15: "Granite State" Preview Promo [Source: TVpromoDVR2]
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