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Fair assumption and highly probable. Tape highly implicates Todd for the kid's murder.
I mean, if they were about to murder Jessie to bury that truth.... simply destroying that tape as well perhaps may be, kind of a given no?
being a close ended show i just chalked it up as a minor plot hole or they simply did not have enough time in the last 8 episodes to cover that given how much they crammed in.
Not related but Vince Gilligan revealed that at the time his writing team finalized Walt's 52nd birthday scene at Denny's with the M60 (opening scene of Season 5)...they have yet to figure out an end game as to who was the machine gun's target and how Walt was gonna use it...pretty ballsy i admit.
anways...back to mediocre television that is the walking dead I guess
Cranston and Paul reading the final scene for the first time
watched this last week
reading out loud 'end of a series' for the show that took your goofy dad image to one of the best roles crime drama has ever seen must be quite the milestone. Cranston himself said breaking bad will be the peak of his career. How he interacted with Aaron after reading the script truly shows their father-son bond is not limited to onscreen. Now let's hope Aaron Paul will get dealt to great movie roles.
I just finished watching the entire series over the last month - great series. I was getting tired of everyone asking if I had seen it, so I caved and I'm glad I did. I liked the ending as well, always good to finish everything that is started.