Ally is amazed at how much money Eyehair is demanding. Brother Lawyer says that they have an admission of guilt. Ally says that Eyehair wasn't hurt. "I have a bulging disk," he says. "Well, it wasn't your disk that was bulging yesterday," she says. She announces that she wants to sue him back. "I think you wanted me to hit your car," she says, completely crashing her car into logic and reason. "Yeah, I drove in front of you so you could hit me," Eyehair says, and the Brothers Grin begin the dueling obnoxious laughs. Everyone stares at the laughers until Ally yells that she'll just pay them. "Pay them!" They keep laughing while everyone is disgusted.
Ling walks into Marty's room with Richard and John. She asks to have some time with him. She sits next to him and says her good-byes with a prayer and a song. She says she hopes she's doing the right thing. "You wouldn't want to live like this." She says she'll watch over the others at the home if he watches over her. "Tell God to be good." She stands up and kisses his head. "I love you forever," she says. The Plug Nurse walks in and turns off the switches. It's a pretty quiet ending. Everyone stares at nothing for a long time. Ling cries. The residents walk the hallways as we hear Vonda ruin Marty's song for the last time.
I can't joke about the elderly hallucinating and getting killed by cars. What kind of a person do you think I am? But I find it odd that they put the Ally-hit-someone-with-her-car subplot in. Oh, here's something. Instead of just ending the episode, we have the "Ling and Marty dance" montage, which is only a few seconds, since that's the only time we saw them dance. Ling does the Ally walk down the street, crossing it right where he died. Fade to black.