In the series finale, as far as I am concerned, everything goes off without a hitch! It's all smooth sailing and scenes that naturally flow, one to the other, in the direction we normally thing of as causation. Sasha cheers up and goes back to ballet and more importantly therapy, Ginny and the boy she likes are allowed to date each other like would happen in our universe where we live, Melanie shuts the hell up, Boo pulls her head out, Fanny Flowers decides on a personality once and for all, and after a day of surfing and kissing with Godot, Michelle Simms is loaded into a cannon and shot high, high into the air.
Where will she land? It doesn't matter. Out over the sea, somewhere. Sunlight glinting on the helmet they gave her. With a mighty splash, she drops into the deeps, still babbling. She insults a fish, a dolphin; complains about the coffee you can get under the sea. He Who Walks The Private Road is once again appeased. He feeds on blood and the nudity of strangers, and upon talkative women. The townspeople, garlanded in flowers, perform the dances of their people, and the rites are complete. The crops will grow high, come the reaping. Just another day in Paradise.
JACOB CLIFTON is a freelance writer and critic based in Austin, Texas. He currently recaps Bunheads, Pretty Little Liars and True Blood for TWoP. Jacob can be found online at jacobclifton.com, on Twitter, and on Facebook. IRL work appears in BenBella's SmartPop series of anthologies, and novelette "The Commonplace Book" will appear on Tor.com in October 2012.