But I feel that does a disservice to the…..(?, something is missing here)
Badger and Skinny Pete felt like a homage to Kevin Smith's Clerks.
On Grey Matter: As though they’ve wronged him so egregiously that he now enacts this demand as a form of punishment for enjoying success so much. Yeah, I feel left for wanting more of an explanation of the wrongs that they did, other than coming across as incredibly pretentious. Walt went on to create many pretensions himself, so I'm not sure of their sins.
Jesse chooses not to let Walt have the easy way out (in his mind), and abandons the man who never gave a shit about him.. Jesse gazed over at Walt's abdomen. He realized that he didn't have to shoot Walt for Walt, or for himself. He knew Walt was going to die from exsanguination, if not from the wound itself.
Finally, the smile and pride on Walt's face as he walks alongside his invention, and the bloody hand (quite literally he has blood on his hands) caresses the machine, slides off and he drops to the ground dead, the final message is that Walt died with the monster; the thing he loved best, more than his family, more than the money or himself (who he once was). He was the Dr. Frankenstein of Meth.