It's finally over. After five seasons, 62 episodes and more meth cooks than we can remember, AMC's crime drama Breaking Bad has come to its fervently anticipated conclusion. Last night, fans in their droves tuned in to see what would become of former chemistry teacher-turned-drug-kingpin Walt and his reluctant partner in crime Jesse as 'Felina' finally aired. Much has been said and written about the critically acclaimed hit show in recent weeks with viewers second guessing themselves as to how it would all end, and having seen the finale, we're pleased to report it didn't disappoint. The conclusion was mightily satisfactory and left us with a grin on our face that has still yet to fade. Though a lot of the loose ends were tied up in a neat little bow in the final moments, there are however a series of questions that creator Vince Gilligan failed to deal with and plot holes that may have gone unnoticed. Without wanting to give too much away in our introduction, we have to inform you at this stage that the following pages contain a litany of spoilers and that you should proceed at your own risk. That being said, here, we take a look at 6 Unanswered Questions that Breaking Bad's final episode failed to answer. Click "Next" to begin.