Wasn't thrilled with last night's episode. Seemed like a lot of filler. No need for it to run 75 minutes, especially when not a lot of ground was covered. Walt lives in New Hampshire, which we all knew was going to happen. And Andrea got killed. Which was the highlight (wrong word) of the episode. The rest of it was pretty much pointless.
Couple of things that bothered me - Todd not killing Skylar when he had the chance. Not a very Breaking Bad way to handle that situation. It also would've providied and even more compelling reason for Walt to return to ABQ to take on Uncle Jack. Speaking of Jack, and Todd, and Lydia, they are all new additions to the show. None of them showed up until Season 5. Yet, they will be the focal point of this last episode. These characters are to Breaking Bad, what the Trade Federation were to the Star wars prequels. Pointless characters that no one really cares about. Wouldn't you have rather seen a final showdown between Walt and Hank? At least there's a chance we'll still see one between he and Jesse.
What I did like about the episode - Saul going into hiding, and the scene between he and Walt before he left. Todd killing Andrea to teach Jesse a lesson. Walt's call to Walt Jr. Seeing Elliot and Gretchen on Charlie Rose, and there being a nationwide manhunt for Walt.
Don't mistake my negativity. Last week's episode (Ozymandias) was one of the best, and I'm sure the upcoming finale (Felina) will be worth the wait.
I just really hope Jesse kills Walt. Which means he probably won't.