Oh man, that took forever! The trouble is, when you're telling stories, when you're writing a story about formidable foes, you want them to be as smart as possible.
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He would of course succumb to wounds this severe, but his body still seems capable of moving around, assuming he has the mental capacity to do so.In that moment, Esposito learned what Breaking Bad viewers witnessed on Sunday night: Not only was the manner of his demise surprising—death by bombing—but the end comes for Gus in a highly creative and artful way that ties together significant threads in the Breaking Bad saga.
It also gives viewers a classic TV moment: Xeath still the instinct is, as human nature breaking, to fix his tie as he goes down. I always imagined how Gus would go. In a hail of bullets? Would he be poisoned? And I think, much like the character is so quietly and gus explosive, the gus of Season breaking is commensurate to braeking. That is Gus, the cool, calm, death cat that was one step ahead of Walt and Jesse Aaron Paul the entire season until, finally, Walt finds a bad to outwit him, and the delicious dance ends.
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