Mallory looks around at Ace and CT and comments, "And then there were three." Ace says that it sucks. CT's car arrives, and Mallory gives him a big hug. Mallory interviews that she thinks CT has changed a lot. Ace interviews that there is a sensitive side to CT, which he will never admit, because he thinks it would be weak. CT gets into his car. CT offers up some platitudes about wanting what you have. The on-screen text says, "Chris is living at home while attending college...He and Jamie are no longer a couple." Someone at BMP needs to learn the proper use of ellipses. And they should have mentioned something about CT's hair, because in that final shot, all you can see are some wild curls sticking out from under a knit cap.
Ace and Mallory hug and say that they'll miss each other. In a confessional, Mallory says that she loves Ace, and that she'll miss his humor and their secret romance. So is she admitting that they were hooking up the whole time? Or is she joking? I guess we'll find out at the reunion. Ace's car arrives, and after a few more hugs, he's gone, too. Ace interviews that he's excited to get home, but that he's sad not to have his roommates in his life anymore. On-screen text says, "Ace has resumed running his three bars in Georgia." That's it? Nothing about Mallory? Or Kate? Lame.
Mallory walks back into the house. She wanders around, and we see flashbacks of happy things that happened in each room earlier in the season. Mallory's car finally arrives. In a confessional, Mallory thanks each of her roommates for teaching her something, and says that she'll miss all of them. As her car pulls out, on-screen text says, "Mallory visited Ace in Georgia...with no cameras present." That's sort of how ellipses work, but not exactly. But it was better than the other ones. At least they didn't capitalize "with." And that's how this season ends. Not with a bang, but with a rant about punctuation.