Even though Annie's supposed to be the one who knows how to drive the RV, it's RevCam who gets in the driver's seat and buckles up. He turns the key, and the camera pans to the side mirror, where RevCam's tired old reflection stares back at him, and Stephen Collins should get an Emmy for managing to look sort of sad about leaving this show behind him. RevCam puts his foot on the gas, and accidentally puts the car in reverse instead of drive. Startled, he jerks the steering wheel, sending the RV flying back into the garage. The garage apartment, already of questionable stability to begin with, collapses on top of the RV. Happy grabs Savannah and drags her through an open window. They survive with nary a scratch. Meanwhile, RevCam grabs the steering wheel and yanks it in the other direction, overcorrecting and sending what's left of the RV into the CamPound. Crash! He hits a support beam that was keeping the entire house up and it implodes in on itself and the RV, which burst into flames. Right before it explodes, we see Stanley throwing his head back and laughing, surrounded by flames, eating RevCam's crappy heart that he pulled out of RevCam's chest with his bare hands. The RV explodes, taking the CamPound with it. The camera zooms out to an aerial shot of Glenoak, where a large mushroom cloud rises up from the former CamPound residence. We cut to an exterior shot of the church, and the mushroom cloud can also be seen there on the horizon. A crowd has gathered outside the church. We recognize the smiling faces in it. It's all the people the Camdens have fucked over in the last eleven years. Too many of them to mention. But they're there, every last one of them. And is that the ghost of Annie's dad I see hovering just above them as we fade to black?
For the last time on this show, and hopefully in television history, Executive Producer: Brenda Hampton pops onto the screen. This is followed by "in memory of Aaron Spelling," and this will be the last television show produced by his company. What did he do to deserve a send-off like that? What did any of us do? But now it's over. If you really hate yourself, you can catch this show in syndication. Tell the "Annie admits to smoking pot" episode I said hi, would you?