When a show leaves me with just about nothing to say because it's asking me so many questions, that's when I know it's good. I can't even begin to understand the end of this last episode. Cranston's acting is especially kicking trash here, and Ritter's Jane isn't just a phantom character with no connection to things, like the Star Wars' prequels' Jar-Jar Binks. She demands resentment and sympathy, and genuinely, which means she rocks at her job and so do the writers. I hope this series lives a long life.