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Published on Jun 10, 2012

Walter, Jesse, and Gus will reach its breaking point, in the Breaking Bad season 4 finale.
After last shocking episode found the one-time partners in crystal meth cookery putting their disagreements behind them in order to kill the would-be drug kingpin, Gus is going to have to watch his back now more than ever.
Following Walter's (Bryan Cranston) failed attempt at killing Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) with an improvised car bomb, the pair soon realize that it's not going to be easy to take down their former boss.

Fortunately, Walter and Jesse (Aaron Paul) aren't going to have to go up against Gus on their own. Thanks to the ever-helping hand of Saul (Bob Odenkirk), the duo adds a surprise co-conspirator to help in their efforts.

And, for all intents and purposes, one could say that all of the conclusions that viewers have been waiting for since the beginning of Breaking Bad have been presented. The demise of Gus, both beautiful and shocking, was as rewarding as it was tragic. Continuing the series' earned track record of always expecting the unexpected, it was not until the final moments of Gus straightening his tie that the reality of what occurred was revealed and, ultimately, set it.

A fitting end for a beloved foe, no doubt. Though, the celebratory death of Walter and Jesse's greatest threat was quickly retorted with a contemplative thought from Jesse: "He needed to die, right?" For what all transpired, for the threats to their lives, for all the turmoil that Gus caused -- he needed to die, right? While it may have been true that Gus did, indeed, need to die, it was amazingly revealed that the puppet master behind this decision, behind forcing the hand of everyone involved, was Walter. Secretly poisoning Brock to lure Jesse into his calculated plan and unwittingly coaxing Hector into sacrificing his life to kill an enemy, Walter quickly became the man that he feared most -- a man who not only decided the best decision for himself, but also forced others into believing that it was the best for them, as well.

So, while the majority all expected resolutions may have occurred, the one unexpected resolution -- the one that was staring us all in the face, from the very beginning, still remains: Walter White. From the beginning of the series, Walter has continued to traverse a dark and mysterious path -- all while attempting to present a morally sound conviction. Though it may have taken this long to fully reveal itself, the intentions of Walter White are now apparently clear.

With sixteen episodes left before Breaking Bad comes to an end, the story about the man that is Walter White is what waits for us -- as it always has. Despite conquering a powerful enemy and reassuring his family that "it's all over", the man that Walter White has now become is not something he can simply walk away from.

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