There's a stage set up in the Henrickson backyard, and Teeny's leading a dance troupe on it. It's basically a younger version of the Home Plus dancers from earlier, with Wayne also among them. She announces a final number in honor of Brigham Young, for leading their people into the promised land. Speaking of which, Don turns to Bill with a grin and congratulates him for pulling it all off. Bill looks like he can't believe it himself.
But he has plenty of time to get used to the idea during the triumphant dance number. The musical selection is "Windy," which explains why Teeny was humming it earlier. Kind of an odd choice to honor Brother Brigham. Could it be a pointed reference to his preaching style? Also: Ben puts his arm around Barb, who looks thrilled. The three wives talk happily among themselves, laughing and whispering. Bill's younger kids continue doing their dork-dance. Sarah isn't home, probably because in the hours since losing her virginity she has almost certainly become a crack whore. But Bill, unaware of that or the fact that his deal with Roman just fell through thanks to his second wife, finally allows himself to relax; it's been a long season. Tell me about it, dude.
David Byrne lets "Windy" finish out the closing credits instead of replacing it with a hip-hop jam or something. Thanks for getting that stuck in my head all week. Maybe the song wasn't his actual idea, but he's still guilty by The Association.
So that'll do it. The usual thanks to everyone who made these recaps possible, meaning Joe R., Miss Alli, Sars, and Wing; the people who make the show; all of you who read and post; and Trash and M. Small. Thanks are also due to TWoP Sun for modding the boards, and also to creepy cultists. And (the first time I've been able to say this about an HBO show) I'll see you next season.