Top Ten Moments from Breaking BadBreaking Bad is really one great big moment, but anyway here it goes.
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Hank's last exchanges with Walt and telling off Uncle Jack before he's killed, Hank really went out as the great man he was and Walt's paralleling reaction to Gustavo's in 'Hermanos' was truly powerful. The beginning of where Walt and his surroundings really crumbles.
A very emotional and big moment of the show.
One of the greatest moments of television. - DamnFineCupOfCoffee+3
The most supposing greatest moment on T.V.
One of the greatest moments of television.
The perfect ending, unexpected, shocking and satisfying. The Nazi's dropping like the pests they are as the bullets cut through them like a knife through butter. Jesse going ferrell on Todd after he killed a child, chained him up and shot Andrea infront of him. And finally, Walt shooting Jack in the head mid-sentence (like Jack did Hank), just staring down at him coldly while he pleads for his life. The muscial score is chilling, the intense music as Jesse starngles Todd and that electro-violin that kicks in as Walt picks up the gun. A true work of art, something that will be looked back on as a masterclass on how to end a story
The final showdown that was built up from the first moment we saw the gun in the trunk was fulfilling and intense. Walt gets his final revenge on Jack and his gang and so does Jesse. And more...
Absolutely! I was in awe during the entire scene.
A sinister feeling started creeping up on me the moment Walter burst out in that maniacal laugh followed by the brooding music, the phone call and then the camera slowly panning upwards and Walter is just staring in silence. What a scene!
This was the finest piece of acting I've ever seen in a T.V. show. The music, the acting, everything just done so perfectly.
So many great details made this one of the best and most intense moments of the show.
The best one by far
The moment when Hank realizes that Walt is actually Heisenberg.
The most important minute of the entire 5 seasons in my opinion
An extremely well made and suspenseful sequence, then we see Todd by the end of it, in a different light.
Great moment but the episode is called Crazy Handful of nothing', not explosion.
The numerous times the ricin was mentioned and failed to use to any advantage, I felt like it couldn't how gone any better than it did in the finale. It was just perfect.
This was one of the big messages in the show, we see countless examples of half measures not ending well