Brown House. Amy arrives, and thanks Ephram for letting her stop by. They sit down, and Amy holds up her necklace. She asks him if he remembers when he gave it to her. Ephram does. Amy says what she remembers is him telling her that the circle represented infinity, and she's a little bit confused about why he said that. Ephram asks her what she's confused about, exactly. Amy says, to her, when someone says "infinity," it means "forever" -- not like the promise of forever, she clarifies, more like the possibility of forever. "I guess that I thought that you thought it was possible. But you never did, not really, did you? You bought the necklace after you wrote the essay." Emily VanCamp, once again, is acting the fool out of this scene, and I love her. You do not suck, Emily VanCamp, even though life does. Ephram says he doesn't remember, and when he wrote that essay... "You didn't think we'd work," Amy interrupts. "I remember that conversation, too. And I remember feeling so confident that we would. I had no idea that you were so not confident." Ephram says it's not that, it's just that he wanted her to have every possible option. "When I said 'infinite,' I meant it. I did always want you in my life; I still do, in whatever way possible." Amy asks if that means like friends. Ephram says maybe, but that's better than not at all, right? Amy says she knows it's crazy, but asks if he ever thought they might end up together, like, married. Ephram says he doesn't know, but it sounds kind of unlikely, and maybe a part of him never did believe. "Believe in what?" Amy asks. Ephram: "That you ever really love somebody that much, enough for forever." Amy says what's funny about that is that she really did believe that. She tells him that this whole time he's been thinking about her, always making sure that she was okay. Ephram asks if that's wrong. Amy says no, of course not. "It's just that I was always thinking about us." Aw, man, she's crying. Amy puts the necklace down on the table. Ephram says he's sorry. Amy kisses him on the head and walks out. Sniff.
Hospital. A tech tells Rose she's almost done. Patch stands behind the doctor, who's pointing at a screen. She says, "You can see it here, in the L3 vertebra. I'd say the tumor's about three centimeters at this point." Patch looks at Rose, who's still in the MRI room and has no idea what's going on. The look on Patch's face is like torture. We fade to the credits. LIFE SUCKS.