New York Times: Final episode of ‘Breaking Bad’ leaves one question unanswered

After so many lugubrious turns, “Breaking Bad” came to an end on Sunday on an almost uplifting note. But perhaps the best thing about it was the series actually ended.
tv.nytimes.com Published: September 30, 2013
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Perhaps the best thing about the finale of “Breaking Bad” is that it actually ended, reports the New York Times.

So many shows, notably “The Sopranos” and “Lost,” have gone dark without anything approaching finality.



Here, the writers were so determined to not leave unfinished business that the last episode was called “Felina,” an anagram of finale. And almost every loose end was tied. In some cases, a little too tightly, and in others, not quite as much.

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