The train comes for Danza, and Margarita jumps up and down. She hugs Frank excitedly, as he shushes her. "I can't look," she says. Man, me neither. Margarita voices over that she has multiple motivations, including the money, her daughter, and beating Rob and Brennan. Frank comments that winning would end their debt and worry.
Esquire sees Flushing Meadows out of the window of the train. "I recognize it from watching the U.S. Open," Brennan says with a smile.
Danza train. It pulls up. They're ecstatic. Esquire prepares to hop off their train just as LPFrank and Margarita hop onto theirs. Esquire in the station, following the signs to Flushing Meadows Park. Margarita, on the train, jumping up and down. Esquire, heading for the stairs at the station. Margarita, jumping into LPFrank's arms. Frank, grinning. Esquire, running down the stairs, asking directions as they go. Margarita, jumping up and down as Frank teasingly says to her, grinning, "Sure they didn't get here first? Are you sure they didn't get here first?" She punches his stomach as she jumps up and down some more. Man, Margarita, stop jumping up and down. You're killing me. Esquire, running. Margarita, beaming, folding her arms over her head in amazement. "We did it," she says. Ow. Esquire, heading for the park.
One last BOMP BOMP BOMP!
The pretty music starts. Frank stares out the train window and says that they're going to go right by the window he used to look out of as a kid. Esquire, running across a bridge. Margarita, staring out the window. Esquire, on the bridge. "Flags!" Brennan yells. "Keep it steady, dude," he says, "it's either we've won or we've lost at this point." They run into the park. Frank, on the train, looks out the window. Esquire, running through the park. "I see the end," Brennan says.
And here, at the end of this long, straight run, are all of the deposed contestants. Matt and Ana, the Hairs, the Moms, Ensure, Cockroach, Kenny, Momily, and the Frats. And up on the big red podium? There's Phil. And everybody is yelling, and cheering, and screaming. Davey waves his arms, just like your grandpa. Pat screams, "Come ON! Come ON!" Esquire keeps running. Margarita, on the train, looks tense. "I hear some cheerin', dude," Brennan says as they run. "That's a good sign." Amie cheers, beaming, and frankly, she and Paul both look like a million bucks, if I can mention it. Smiles. Applause. Hair blowing in various grinning faces. Esquire, running. Karyn, pumping her fist.