In the series finale, Walt returns to Albuquerque to settle accounts. He visits his former business partners Elliott and Gretchen Schwartz with a proposition. When they are less than forthcoming, he makes them an offer they can't refuse. He pays one last visit to Skyler but avoids seeing Walt Jr. In a coffee shop, he meets Todd and Lydia saying he's now broke but has a new formula for making meth that he wants to sell them. It's all a ruse to get a meeting with the neo-Nazis who stole his money. Once there, he puts his final plan into action. Written by
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The title of the final episode "Felina" refers to the character "Feleena" from the song "El Paso" by Marty Robbins, which is played at the beginning of the episode. "Felina" is also an anagram for finale. Furthermore, "Felina" can be broken up into three symbols of chemical elements: iron (Fe), lithium (Li) and sodium (Na). Since iron is a predominant element in blood, lithium is sometimes used in methamphetamine production, and sodium is a component of tears, the title was interpreted by some as "blood, meth and tears." See more
Early in the episode a close-up reveals the stolen Volvo's New Hampshire license plate. All New Hampshire residents require a sticker placed in the top corner indicating the registration for the vehicle is valid, yet this license plate bears no such markings. See more
Just get me home.
Just get me home... I'll do the rest.
References Charlie Rose
Performed by Marty Robbins See more