Remember the flashback scene at the start of the third-to-last episode, Ozymandias, Walt calls his wife from the desert with a fake excuse, then says, "Maybe we can head up to Turquoise Trail and stop at Tinkertown, maybe grab some lunch in Madrid."
Well, you can see that Tinkertown would enthrall a geek like Walter White, not to mention the rest of us. It is a private universe of characters who represent the life's work of a hobbyist whose widow operates the village as a tribute both to him and to joie de vivre in general. Scenes are painstakingly created with equal dollops of perspiration and devious humor. The running theme is that life is to be enjoyed, no matter how old you are.
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