We then get the most bizarre scene of the series. I cannot possibly do it justice here. Jarreau and Tim are on the front lawn, hugging very inappropriately. It's an extremely tight hug and Tim's mouth is agape and rested against Jarreau's cheek. Tim's basically apologizing for all the shit he's done for the last seven weeks and says that he loves Jarreau. Jarreau says he loves Tim. No, Tim insists. It is Tim who loves Jarreau. No, Jarreau corrects him. It is Jarreau who loves Tim. They hug for twenty seconds on camera and you can see Jarreau kind of politely struggling to get away from Tim. Tim just won't let go until Jarreau finally wisely pulls away. He extends his hand for a friendly frat-brother handshake, and Tim pulls Jarreau to him again and hugs him even tighter. Jeebus. The scene has me shifting uncomfortably in my seat on Jarreau's behalf. Earl's telling some other guys that they're the best thing that's ever happened to him in his whole life. Somebody screams, "Let's go to the bars!" and they take off to the bars, where they're all wrapped around each other, helping each other walk. There had to be some sort of alcohol poisoning going on in that basement for three hours, because these guys are barely coherent and just a wee bit too excited to be fraternity brothers.
Paul says that Greek life is amazing, and that if you don't experience it, you're missing out on a wonderful college experience. We are then treated to footage of past episodes where the boys pulled wacky pranks like squirting fire extinguishers at each other while they showered and super-gluing Steve's urethra shut while he slept. The series ends with Earl standing in the front yard saying "Hoo-hah! We're finally done, boys. That's a wrap." Sweeter words have never been spoken.
Gawd, I'm glad that's over. Like Stee once said, this show zapped all the funny out of me. I will say that if I ever want to watch grown men act like retarded children again, I'll tune in C-SPAN. Bye guys. Have a nice fraternity-free summer.