Jason and Kameelah worry, "I don't have any friends." Uh huh. Genesis doesn't want to go home, get too comfortable, and never leave. Jason and Kameelah tell her that they won't let her...the bus! The bus! Go! Beeeeep! Sean believes, "This whole experience went by in a flash." If by "a flash," he means...ah, fuck it. I'm the only one belaboring things now. Cut to Genesis in the kitchen, crying as black-and-white shots of Jason and Genesis meeting for the first time are what she's thinking about right now, and don't try to argue with that.
Montage to the airport (it's Exit 24, for those of you leaving right after you finish reading this recap for the Real World Fantasy Tour Jason must be running these days in lieu of getting an actual job. The soundtrack pulls the strings with Oasis dipping in the same well one too many times and coming up with the self-rip-off "Don't Look Back in Anger." They won't. Geddit? Whatever. Elka's departure is pretty status quo, but as Syrus and Sean hug and Sean kisses Syrus's neck (see that, Jessica the lesbian hater? It is contagious), the action starts to narrow. Bye, Syrus. Bye, Sean. Kameelah wails as her flight is announced, and she and Montana hug amicably enough before she says goodbye to the people she actually likes. Vaj pulls up in a purple Mustang convertible. Oh, God. Of course he does. I guess Montana's not flying anywhere after all. Genesis blows a kiss at the camera. Jason walks away from the camera. Final montage of Boston. Fade. The end. Screw 'em all. I'm going to Starbucks.