Clip of Jenni showing who all has been together through a couple degrees on a chalkboard. Amy tells us that it's now time to say goodbye and that no one's hearts are as full for this show as these eight people, even though so many people loved this show. Montage of goodbyes every season. They love each other, blah blah family. And then a happy, crazy, fun times montage of screaming and laughing and hugging and kissing. Ending with the exact same group hug and final moments as the final episode.
Amy asks Jenni how it feels to say goodbye and she doesn't want to cry. Ron says they're all stuck with each other and so they just say, "See ya tonight." Amy asks Team Meatball how hard it is to say goodbye. Deena and Snooki cry and Snooki says they love each other and will be a fan forever. Jenni adds that they love MTV and the production company and Ron yells they love the fans. Amy asks what Pauly will miss and he says living with his lifelong friends. She asks Vinny, who says that -- like Nicole and other young people -- this was his first shore house and he grew up on the show. Ron and Sam are going to miss everyone and the whole experience. Ron says he'll miss working at the Shore Store with Danny. Amy tells Mike they're proud of him for where he is today and thanks him for sharing his "run with us." He nods and looks serious -- and maybe not so drugged. They all look sort of tired, so maybe this was filmed at, like, 3 AM. They all yell a final "Thank you" and "We love you!" to the fans and Amy loves them back and thanks them for sharing their lives. Amy repeats herself and stumbles over a final farewell, leading up to, "You guys, that's a wrap." They get up and all hug each other over the credits. Danny and Nino and others join them. The end. Forever.
DeAnn, a writer and editor in Portland, Oregon, hopes Buckwild isn't as popular as this was. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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