the first minute of sundays finale
And, if you care to read it, below are Bryan Cranstonís quotes from the WTF Podcast courtesy of The Wrap. Heís not specific, but itís a little more revealing than one could want. He said how, but not specifically what, the season ends with.
There is an ohÖ myÖ GOD moment ó almost near the end. Itís, like, hold your head, you canít believe what you just saw. Ö Then, thereís a scene with two characters that tie up some loose ends, answer a couple of the questions that were lingering, and thatís resolved.
And then almost insignificantly, almost forgettable, the last scene, there is no dialogue. There are no actors. Itís a familiar exterior scene if youíve watched the show. Youíll recognize the place, exterior shot, and you donít even know really what youíre looking at. Youíre looking at something thatís like, yeah, so? And the camera slowly pushes in, pushes in, pushes in, and you donít even know where itís going, itís innocuous. And then all of the sudden it rests on an object. And once you recognize, and understand the meaning of that object, you hold your head, once more, and go: NO! HOLY sh*t! NO! Blackout. End of the season.