Everyone packs. Jamie is on the phone with his mom, telling us what all the roommates are up to. Melissa is working on her art and moving to L.A. Julie has another year at BYU. David is going to summer school. Matt has another year at Georgia Tech. Danny is going to move in with Paul. Kelley is moving back to New Orleans to be with Peter. In an interview, Jamie says nothing will be like the Belfort house.
Time for more closure. David and Melissa sit outside alone. David says despite their differences, he has a lot of respect for Melissa. Melissa says it means a lot coming from him, because she didn't think he knew anything about her. David says he has a lot of faith in her, and he knows she's going to make it, and he's proud of her. He's still not making eye contact with her, but I'll take it. They hug. Closure.
In a confessional, Kelley says they're about to walk out the door. Danny says he feels a lot more mature. Julie says she's been tested and able to keep her mind open while standing firm in her beliefs. Matt closes the Belfort door for the last time. They all ride in a van to the airport. No one is talking.
Danny is the first to go. Everyone hugs him. In an interview, Danny says he's excited to go out in the world and put his lessons to use. Julie makes him cry. Danny says he'll miss Kelley the most because he connected with her "on a real level." Danny leaves.
Everyone hugs Matt. Julie pretends she doesn't care that he's leaving. Matt is all Brian Krakow awkward pausing (tm Key Grip). They hug as the music says, "Don't bother leaving me." In an interview, Matt says the experience has "seasoned his character." What is he, a roast chicken? Now Matt and Julie are in the parking garage, and Julie wants a kiss. Matt goes to kiss her but Julie wants the setting to be perfect. She puts on some Céline Dion and hangs up a few posters of unicorns. Julie keeps arguing over the terms of the kiss. Matt finally just kisses her quickly on the lips as Julie tries for more. Matt finally escapes.
David is leaving. Everyone hugs him. In an interview, David says he has changed in terms of what he's learned and "what can be implemented to [him]." It's fitting that David's final words don't make any sense. David leaves.