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This article contains spoilers for episode eight of season five of "Breaking Bad." Knowing that this season, split into halves of eight episodes each (the back half will play out in the summer of 2013), is the last one for "Breaking Bad" has in many ways reversed the experience of watching it. We're no longer waiting to see how Walter White (Bryan Cranston) gets out of his current entanglememt, we're waiting to see how he doesn't. We're waiting to see how Walt dies -- whether that be at the hands of a former partner, a business rival, law enforcement, returning cancer, or alone somewhere of natural causes. It's not just that Walt doesn't deserve a happy ending, it's that it seem inconceivable that "Breaking Bad," a show in which the unforeseen consequences of our actions inevitably come around to haunt us, would give him one.  And last night's summer finale "Gliding Over All, »

- Alison Willmore

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