One of Breaking Bad's main characters may be killed off soon, according to the latest spoilers.
A recent article by Entertainment Weekly details a scene that will occur in one of Breaking Bad's final episodes. The scene's dialogue may have hinted that one of the series' significant characters will die.
In the scene, Walt (Bryan Cranston) is outside a firehouse wearing his signature tan jacket. He also has a duct-taped bandage on his hand and some stitches by his eye. Walt has a phone conversation with an unknown person and says, "Toe the line and you'll wind up like (blank)." The name Walt says was redacted to not spoil anything. Since this is the case, it can be assumed that a major character may cross the line with Walt, resulting in the character's death.
"This is the most desperate he's ever been," Cranston said, referring to the scene he just shot. "Everything's collapsing around him. Everything that he planted, all the seeds are sown and now it's harvest time. In a very, very bad way."
The article also features Cranston and Aaron Paul, who plays Jesse Pinkman, discussing their thoughts on the last episode. The duo read the final script together and were both blown away by it.
"We sat there and just kind of looked at each other, not knowing what to say," Paul explained. "But I could tell both of us were just so - so happy."
The next episode of Breaking Bad airs Sunday, Sept. 8 at 9 p.m. on AMC. The series has four episodes left.
Watch a preview of the next episode, titled To'hajiilee: