It’s a bit hard to believe but it’s already been about a month since AMC’s Breaking Bad ended. Since then, we’ve reviewed the finale, watched as it set viewing records, and had an opportunity to bid on the show’s memorabilia. Then, stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul were seen reading the finale’s script for the first time. Now, we have a look at the last two pages of the script itself, which reveals the final character resolutions for Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. Hit the jump to take a look.
Check out the last two pages of the Breaking Bad finale script “Felina” below (from reddit via Uproxx):
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