Breaking Bad: Do the final 8 episodes' titles reveal the ending? (2022)


An in-depth analysis of the episode titles of the show's final season reveal a series of potential hidden clues and double entendres

Breaking Bad: Do the final 8 episodes' titles reveal the ending? (1)

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byScott Meslow

January 8, 2015

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Breaking Bad's episode titles have long been laden with double entendres. The solution to the second season's mysterious flash-forwards, which turned out to chronicle a plane crash, was embedded in a series of episode titles: "Seven Thirty-Seven," "Down," "Over," and "ABQ" (or "737 down over Albuquerque"). "Face Off," the fourth season finale, was indeed a face-off between Walter and Gus Fring — but it also hinted at Gus' ultimate fate, which saw much of his face literally blown off by a bomb.

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And now, as Breaking Bad prepares to walk off into the sunset with its last-ever premiere episode on Sunday, AMC has released the titles of the show's final eight episodes, and they're just as full of possibilities as the titles used in the rest of the series.

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I've scoured the titles for potential clues and hidden meanings, and I think I've uncovered a plausible (though by no means conclusive) arc for what will happen in the final eight episodes. Judge for yourself, and feel free to share your own theories in the comments:

1. "Blood Money"
"Blood Money" is as self-explanatory as Breaking Bad gets. At the end of last year's midseason finale, Walter was sitting on a ton of money. But we've also seen how Walt built his empire: On the backs of an ever-increasing pile of corpses. Walt may consider himself retired, but he's still sitting on a pile of blood money, and something tells me he's not done paying for it.

2. "Buried"
At first glance, "Buried" is an ominous title, but it's also a confounding one. We've seen how Walter and Jesse dispose of bodies, and burying has never been a part of it. With that in mind, I'm betting on the other major thing that's buried: Walter's double life. We know from last year's midseason finale that Hank has finally realized Walter is Heisenberg. Knowing Hank's sense of justice, I can't imagine he'll let Walter's secret stay buried for long. The real question is who he'll tell — and what he'll do about it.

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3. "Confessions"
Breaking Bad is absolutely loaded with people who need to make confessions. There's Walt, who's sitting on a laundry list of secret crimes; Jesse, whose sense of guilt is constantly on the verge of bubbling back to the surface; Skyler, who has played a reluctant but key part in abetting Walt's meth empire; even Hank, who missed Walt when he was right under his nose for more than a year. But unlike "Buried," I'm going to read this one literally: Hank is going to bring Walter (and maybe Jesse and/or Skyler) into the DEA's office for an intense round of questioning as he tries to crack the cover Walt has maintained since the beginning of the series. In the end, I suspect that Walt, like Mike in last summer's run of episodes, will be savvy enough to slip out of the DEA's net for the day — but also savvy enough to know that he needs to take serious action before the evidence against him reaches a tipping point.

4. "Rabid Dog"
If Walter knows he's on the verge of getting caught, he'll have no choice but to take Hank down — and I have no doubt that he's become ruthless enough to do it. The title "Rabid Dog" feels like a callback to season four's "Problem Dog," in which Jesse tearfully half-confessed to murdering Gale Boetticher by telling his support group about a time when he shot and killed a "dog." Who, at this point in Breaking Bad's, could be described as a "rabid dog"? Hank Schrader, who was once the subject of an internal investigation after attacking Jesse on his own doorstep. I'm betting that "Rabid Dog" will be a tense, tragic thriller of an episode, as Walter and Jesse are forced to re-team and conspire to kill Hank.

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5. "To'hajiilee"
It's only a matter of time before Walter and Jesse — despite their best efforts to cover their tracks — will be forced to flee from both the DEA and their former allies in the meth trade, who will want both men dead as soon as they learn they're under investigation and could theoretically inform on them. But where could such wanted men hide safely? I'm guessing that the answer will turn out to be the To'hajiilee Indinian Reservation, which is less than an hour west from Albuquerque.

Though it spans more than 121 square miles, its population is less than 2,000 people. If Walter and/or Jesse need to hide out — or dispose of a body — it seems like an ideal place to do it. I'm crossing my fingers for an episode that riffs on season two's superlative "Four Days Out" or season four's "Fly": A final showcase for Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul that focuses solely on the unique dynamic between Walter and Jesse one last time.

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6. "Ozymandias"
The title of the episode is a reference to Percy Bysshe Shelley's 1818 poem of the same name — and there are plenty of signs that Breaking Bad's "Ozymandias" will be a major turning point for the series. The show has placed a unique emphasis on the importance of poetry; Hank discovered Walt's criminality by reading the inscription in his copy of Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, and a line from the same poem was used as the title for last year's midseason finale. AMC has prominently used Bryan Cranston's gravelly rendition of the poem in Breaking Bad's final marketing campaign.

The implication is obvious. Walter White is a modern Ozymandias, whose meth empire is on the verge of collapse — and by the end of the series, none of his works will remain.

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7. "Granite State"
We're coming full circle, with Walter's empire in ruins as he goes on the run. The first episode of Breaking Bad's fifth season began with a mysterious cold open set on Walter's 52nd birthday. He had a full head of hair and a beard, and used a New Hampshire driver's license. The episode was titled "Live Free or Die," which is New Hampshire's state motto. And what is New Hampshire's nickname? The Granite State. By the time Breaking Bad reaches its penultimate episode, the incongruity of that opening scene will finally make sense, as the show comes full circle to explain how Walter ended up so low — and why he needs an M60 machine gun as he makes what looks to be his last stand.

8. "Felina"
And finally, we reach "Felina" — which is an anagram of the word "finale." But there's another, deeper resonance embedded in the series finale's title. In 1959, country/western singer Marty Robbins released a song called "El Paso," telling the story of the singer's love for a beautiful girl named Felina. After killing a romantic rival, the song's narrator flees for "the bad-lands of New Mexico" before he's gunned down by a fleet of avenging cowboys.

There's an inherent narrative richness to the concept — that Walter White could be shot to death, by either the police or by his former allies, in the same desert where the show began. (If the show's writers are really feeling cute, they'll have Walter record a non-confessional confession video for his family, as he did in the pilot.) In the closing lines of "El Paso," the song's narrator imagines Felina cradling him in her arms and giving him one last kiss as he dies. I'd be surprised if Walter received even that much respite in his final moments.

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Why the last episode of Breaking Bad is called Felina? ›

Title reference and music

The episode title, "Felina", is inspired by the character Feleena from the song "El Paso" by Marty Robbins, which plays a major role during the episode. The story of "El Paso" closely mirrors Walter White's character arc in the final season of Breaking Bad.

Do they ever find Hank's body? ›

In the end, Hank's body was returned to his family and Walter was killed after seeking vengeance on Uncle Jack.

Where did Walter White go at the end? ›

It's hard to remember another closing act that ties up every loose string more carefully than Vince Gilligan's AMC series. After taking out Jack and the neo-Nazis and saving Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) one final time, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) dies in the place that made him feel alive: the meth lab.

Why did Walt leave his watch in the last episode? ›

Bryan Cranston continued, explaining that the motivation behind leaving the watch at that payphone was all about separating End of Days Walt from the person he was before.

Who was the guy at the end of Breaking Bad? ›

Walt reunites with the student, Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), and decides to put his chemistry knowledge to use.

How did Walter White get shot in the finale? ›

He was shot by a single bullet bouncing off of billiard score numbers. That moment is clearly shown in show, Walt moaning and his face full of pain when bullet is ripping him out.

Who was the letter for in El Camino? ›

The contents of Jesse Pinkman's letter to young Brock Cantillo (Ian Posada) were never revealed in Breaking Bad's sequel film, El Camino, despite the original plan for the sequence. Aaron Paul reprised his Breaking Bad role as Jesse for the follow-up project to Vince Gilligan's award-winning AMC drama.

Will there be a season 6 of Breaking Bad? ›

Breaking Bad Release Date,Cast and Plot. The final season of Breaking Bad's sixth season premiered on February 8, 2015. The sixth season premiered on 18 April 2022 and will include 13 episodes. The final episode will air on 15 August 2022.

WHO warned Hank before he was shot? ›

In Breaking Bad, who warned Hank (Dean Norris) about the cartel hit and saved his life? It was none other than Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) who contacted Hank about an impending cartel assassination attempt, despite being the one who ordered the hit in the first place.

Why was Tortuga killed? ›

Tortuga was enthusiastic about his present until Juan Bolsa signed it with the words "Hola DEA" on the shell. At this instant, Marco and Leonel came in and attacked Tortuga by chopping his head off with a machete because of his betrayal to the Cartel.

Does Hank know that Walt is Heisenberg? ›

In the final scene, Hank figures out that Walt is Heisenberg while perusing Walt's copy of ​“Leaves of Grass” on the toilet. The book is inscribed: ​“To my other favorite W.W. It's an honor working with you. Fondly, G.B.”

Does Walter White appear in Better Call Saul? ›

Better Call Saul co-creator Peter Gould already confirmed America's favorite meth lab coworkers, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), would be reprising their Breaking Bad roles this season.

What happens to Walter White's money? ›

Even his wife Skyler White used the income to clean up messes like the $621,000 needed to pay off Ted Beneke's IRS problem. That said, season 5 revealed that Walt earned over $80 million in cash, which he kept in a storage unit. Jesse, however, was left with $5 million that Walt gave him out of guilt.

How many deaths is Walter White responsible for? ›

Walter White, once an underpaid educator and loving family man, finishes the series with the deaths of 200 people on his hands.

Does Walt or Jesse appear in Better call Saul? ›

Yes, Walter White and Jesse Pinkman returned—but the episode was more than just an excuse for a cool cameo. It took six and a half seasons, but in last night's episode Better Call Saul finally…

Why was Walt not a part of GREY matter? ›

In 2016, Vince Gilligan finally revealed the true reason for why Walter left Gray Matter. He revealed that Walt left Gretchen and Gray Matter because he felt inferior to her and her wealthy family, thus confirming that his ego and pride were the reasons why.

Did Walter Jr get the money? ›

“At first blush, there would be neither income tax nor gift tax consequences to Walter Jr. upon receiving the $9.7 million in cash.

Who kills Hank in Breaking Bad? ›

Who killed Hank Schrader in Breaking Bad? Hank Schrader was killed by a man named Jack Welker. Played by Michael Brown, Jack was the leader of a criminal gang with neo-Nazi and white supremacist ties who Walter White hired to kill Jesse Pinkman after he learned that his former partner was helping Hank.

Who kills Walter in Breaking Bad? ›

Walter White died during the 16th episode of season five after accidentally being shot by a remote-activated machine gun that he first used to kill Jack Welker and his gang.

Was Felina a good ending? ›

Peak TV series Breaking Bad did the impossible — it pulled off a stellar series finale. Walter White's saga wrapped up a hugely satisfying ending. Yet, against all odds, season 5's “Felina,” written and directed by series creator Vince Gilligan, was a stunningly satisfactory ending.

Did Walt take a bullet for Jesse? ›

It wasn't, as he so often feared, all for nothing – he found a way to get his money to his children. He also saved Jesse, actually taking a bullet for him by throwing himself on top of the younger man to protect him from the machine gun fire.

Will there be a Breaking Bad sequel? ›

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (or simply El Camino) is a 2019 American crime thriller film. Part of the Breaking Bad franchise, it serves as a sequel and epilogue to the television series Breaking Bad.

Is Breaking Bad a true story? ›

Is Breaking Bad Based on the Real-Life Walter White? Despite popular belief, Breaking Bad didn't take any inspiration from real-life stories of drug dealers. Rather, creator Vince Gillian first conceptualized the idea after working on The X-Files.

Why was Jesse kept in a cage? ›

26) The Nazis fail to produce drugs of Jesse and Walt quality, so their international distributor Lydia (Laura Fraser) has been freaking out. Which is very bad news for Jesse: After they let Walt go, they literally cage Jesse up for months and force him to make Heisenberg-level meth.

Is El Camino an alternate ending? ›

'El Camino' Had a Sadder Alternate Ending for Jesse, According to Vince Gilligan. It's good Gilligan went with the ending he did because this original one? Hard pass.

Who did Jesse say goodbye to? ›

He hands Ed a final letter to one individual and, as Jesse drives away, we see who it's addressed to: Brock Cantillo. Breaking Bad fans will remember that Brock, played in the series by Ian Posada, is the young child of Jesse's girlfriend Andrea (Emily Rios), who is murdered in cold blood by Todd (Jesse Plemons).

Should I watch Better Call Saul before Breaking Bad? ›

So, yes, you can watch the vast majority of the show without any prior knowledge of Breaking Bad, but the final act will spoil Breaking Bad and, ultimately, won't feel quite as satisfying.

Is Better Call Saul before Breaking Bad? ›

With so many episodes to watch across both series and a movie, understanding the timeline of the "Breaking Bad" universe can get a little tricky. This is especially true considering that "Better Call Saul" takes place before the original show and features many of the same characters as younger versions of themselves.

Is Better Call Saul related to Breaking Bad? ›

This article is about the TV series. For other uses, see Better Call Saul. Better Call Saul is an American crime and legal drama television series created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. It is a spin-off, prequel, and occasional sequel to to Gilligan's previous series, Breaking Bad.

What was Gus doing in Chile? ›

He may have worked for the secret police agency DINA, or used his science background to develop explosive or poisonous compounds for use by the regime.

Why does Gus call Hank? ›

Gus (or one of his men) called Hank in order to give him a chance to defend himself. This was Gus' way of almost sticking it to the cartel without being too obvious. If Gus ordered a hit out on the brothers himself, it's likely the cartel would know and declare war on Gus and his operation. 2.)

Why do Hank and Marie wear purple? ›

In Breaking Bad, Purple is primarily worn by Marie and it is used to symbolize protection, self-deception, and complete lack of involvement in the meth trade. Marie often wears the color purple to show her self-deception. Throughout the show he often tries to convince herself that she is somebody that she isn't.

How is Todd alive in El Camino? ›

Like Bryan Cranston's Walter White and Jonathan Banks' Mike Ehrmantraut, Todd is brought back from the dead via flashbacks by Breaking Bad creator and El Camino writer-director Vince Gilligan.

Who put Tortugas head on the turtle? ›

A live tortoise was gifted to cartel member and DEA informant Tortuga in late 2009 by cartel boss Juan Bolsa. However, immediately after receiving the present, Tortuga was decapitated by the cartel and his severed head was placed on the tortoise and rigged to an explosive as a trap for the DEA.

Does Hank have PTSD? ›

Hank develops symptoms of PTSD and transfers back to the Albuquerque office to continue his investigation into the blue meth. Meanwhile, Walt and Jesse, having lost the Salamancas for selling meth, have engaged with Jesse's friends. One, Badger (Matt L.

Does Walt ever get caught? ›

After a failed attempt to poison Tuco, they manage to escape on foot. Hank, who had been searching for Jesse, spots his car at the house and kills Tuco in a gunfight. Walt is arrested when he takes off all his clothes in a grocery store.

Do Skyler and Walt get divorced? ›

Even as her marriage crumbles, Skyler permits Walt to take care of Holly and defends some of his actions to her lawyer, who advises that she leave Walt immediately. She later finds that Walt has signed off on their divorce and left the house for good.

Is Marie Skyler's sister? ›

Marie Schrader (née Lambert) is a fictional character in the AMC series Breaking Bad and its spin-off series Better Call Saul. Portrayed by Betsy Brandt, she is Skyler White's sister, Hank's wife, and Walter White's sister-in-law.

Is Walt a sociopath? ›

He believes in pride in his work, and there's no show of remorse in any of his acts of cruelty to get what he wants. The portrayal so far is that he's not a particularly intelligent sociopath, but he uses the tools he has — which means violence, for the most part.

Does Saul know Walt is Heisenberg? ›

track down Walt, foreshadowing the debut of Mike Ehrmantraut in "ABQ". In "Breaking Bad", Saul is shown asking Mike about Heisenberg and he identifies both Walt and Jesse for him.

How does Jimmy become Saul? ›

As he finds himself on the other side of the law, he develops a new persona: the criminal lawyer Saul Goodman. Identity change is often catalyzed by trauma — in his case, coming to terms with his losses. He is the last McGill left and his unique skill sets cannot be monetized in the legitimate world.

What happens to Skyler after Walt dies? ›

It is revealed that Skyler is eventually forced to move into an apartment and takes a job as a taxi dispatcher, having all their assets seized. She still maintains custody of the children, however ("Granite State").

How much money did Walt leave for his family? ›

He ended up leaving them 9+ Million, I think he was happy with that. Maybe towards the end he was doing it for himself, but at the beginning it was mostly for the money and possibly a little for the thrill.

How much money did Walter White leave his son? ›

Walter used some of that money to escape town after he was almost captured. In the following months, he spent another lump from that money on gathering different supplies before he made his way back to Albuquerque. For his son, Walter left a sum of 9 Million dollars as a parting gift.

How many kills does Jesse Pinkman have? ›

List of main characters who killed 1st and 2nd hand in Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul and El Camino.
Breaking Bad & El Camino.
CharacterJesse Pinkman
Murders committed byGale Boetticher Joaquin Salamanca Todd Alquist Neil Kandy Casey
Murders/Deaths connected toHank Schrader Steven Gomez Andrea Cantillo
Kill Count8
6 more columns

Is Krazy 8 in better call Saul? ›

Domingo Gallardo Molina, better known as Krazy-8, is the opening antagonist of Breaking Bad, serving as the main antagonist of the first half of Season 1. He also appears as a recurring character in the prequel series Better Call Saul.

Is Walt responsible for Jane's death? ›

In the original story Walt injects Jane with another hit of heroin while she's unconscious, murdering her. This was toned down to a version where he intentionally turns her on her back so she chokes to death on vomit. In the filmed version, Walt accidentally turns her while attempting to awake Jesse.

Is Walter alive in the gene timeline? ›

Thanks to the barrage of college football references in Better Call Saul season 6, episode 10, the Gene timeline is now confirmed as taking place in October 2010. Breaking Bad's finale falls in September 2010, so Walter White is already dead. Walt did, however, spend April-August hiding in New Hampshire.

Who is the real Walter White? ›

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Is Walter White a villain? ›

Walter White is selfishness incarnate, and perhaps one of the greatest tragic figures to ever grace television, making his ultimate descent into villainy that much more compelling.

Does Walt still love Gretchen? ›

Gretchen Schwartz is Walter White's old college chemistry lab partner and now co-owner of Gray Matter Technologies, a successful pharmaceutical company. A former romantic interest of Walt's, she is currently married to Elliott Schwartz, with whom she also manages Gray Matter.

What Felina means? ›

This mirrors the events in the episode where Walt returns to Albuquerque and dies in the arms of a chemistry lab. "Felina" is a portmanteau of "Fe", "Li" and "Na", the symbols for iron, lithium and sodium, or shorthand for "blood, meth and tears".

How much was Gray Matter worth? ›

Walter White helped start a multi-billion dollar company

By the time Breaking Bad begins, Gray Matter is worth $2.6 billion. To make the situation even worse, Walt's ex Gretchen and Elliot are married.

Why does Walter Jr call himself Flynn? ›

This changed, however, in the final season of Breaking Bad when Walt's actions were unearthed. Walt Jr. was disgusted by his father and vowed to protect his mother and baby sister. In doing so, he permanently dropped his birth name and went by Flynn to further wipe his connection to Walt.

Where is the rest of Walts money? ›

What Happens to the Rest of Walt's Money? So $9 million of Walt's massive fortune is going to Walt Jr., via Gretchen and Elliott.

Does Skyler get Walt's money? ›

Additionally, Walt Jr. has taken to going by the name of Flynn full-time, and in general, seems far more independent and capable at the end of the series than he did in the pilot. Not only that, but both he and Skyler have a substantial amount of Walt's money still heading their way down the line.

Why is the episode called Granite State? ›

The episode title refers to the nickname of New Hampshire, which is where Walt is relocated upon being given a new identity. Parts of the phone call of Walt and Walt Jr.

Why is it called Ozymandias? ›

Ozymandias was apparently inspired by the discovery in Luxor of a statue of the Egyptian pharaoh Ramesses II (known in Greek as Ozymandias). The fall of tyrants is a theme which was always close to Shelley's heart.

What is El Camino meaning? ›

In California, the name El Camino Real (“The Royal Road”) has resonated for generations. Extending over 600 miles from San Diego in the south to Sonoma in the north, El Camino Real was, in essence, California's first highway, connecting 21 Franciscan missions.

Did people like the Breaking Bad ending? ›

Plenty of fans and critics consider Breaking Bad the best television series of all time, with the final three episodes standing out as the ideal ending to the story. The third to last episode, “Ozymandias,” is considered one of the single best episodes in the history of dramatic television.

Why did Walter keep shaving his head? ›

During the original series run, Cranston shaved his head to play White, who is diagnosed with cancer at the beginning of the show and loses his hair during chemotherapy.

Did Walter Jr get the money? ›

“At first blush, there would be neither income tax nor gift tax consequences to Walter Jr. upon receiving the $9.7 million in cash.

What was Walter White's new identity? ›

For a large part of the story, Walter is made to juggle his two identities, switching between Mr. White and Heisenberg depending on the situation. Before this, he was simply Walter, and afterwards, he is left only with Heisenberg.

Why did Walt take the baby? ›

Holly betrayed him, just like the rest of his family had. Walt grabbed the baby on his way out of the house to punish Skyler, of course, and to remind her how powerful he was.

Does Walt redeem himself? ›

'Breaking Bad' Producer on Walt's Finale Sacrifice: He Didn't Redeem Himself (Q&A) Peter Gould tells THR that Heisenberg can't atone for the deaths he's caused, but admitting the real reason he committed his crimes is a start: "When he's no longer lying to himself, that is truly the end for Walt."

Does Hank Schrader find out about Walt? ›

Hank found out about Walt being the mysterious drug lord Heisenberg during the 8th episode of season 5, which is titled The Book of Walt. During the final scene of the episode, Hank Schrader finds a signed copy of Leaves of Grass that is inscribed: “To my other favorite W.W. It's an honor working with you.

Is Breaking Bad based on a true story? ›

Despite popular belief, Breaking Bad didn't take any inspiration from real-life stories of drug dealers. Rather, creator Vince Gillian first conceptualized the idea after working on The X-Files.

Where does El Camino Real end? ›

El Camino Real de los Tejas stretches 2,500 miles from colonial Mexico City through Texas and ends in Natchitoches, Louisiana. This trail provided the only primary overland route from Mexico across the Río Grande to the Red River Valley.

What happens to Jesse after Camino? ›

There's no word on what happened to the White family after Walt's death, but El Camino confirmed that Jesse Pinkman survived the compound siege and that he made it to Alaska a free man, ready to start over. El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie is now streaming on Netflix.

Was Felina a good ending? ›

Peak TV series Breaking Bad did the impossible — it pulled off a stellar series finale. Walter White's saga wrapped up a hugely satisfying ending. Yet, against all odds, season 5's “Felina,” written and directed by series creator Vince Gilligan, was a stunningly satisfactory ending.

How many Breaking Bad endings are there? ›

Vince Gilligan's Breaking Bad boasts a grand total of three separate endings. The first came in 2013 with "Felina" - the Breaking Bad series finale. El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie then released in 2019 as a feature-length epilogue taking place in the immediate aftermath of Walter White's death.

What is the moral lesson of Breaking Bad? ›

It doesn't matter if the world doesn't take you seriously at first; they will once you show them what you're made of. Believe in the potential within yourself, act like you've already made it, and the world will start to respect.


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