Did anyone watch the final episode of "Malcolm in the Middle" tonight? With all of the talk about "That 70s Show" going away, it seems like everyone forgot that Malcolm was leaving as well. I know this show has had its ups and downs over the years, but you have to admit that it was always one of the funniest and most creative shows on the FOX network, even though it didn't hold a candle to "Arrested Developement," which the network treated like a drunk uncle. Anyway, the final episode reminded me why this show was so clever in its comedy. Malcolm was graduating, his older brother had a future in being a school janitor, the younger brother was messing with toxic waste, the oldest brother was secretly working in a cubicle, and the parents wanted Malcolm to be President of the United States. It was a good mix. I especially liked it when the toxic waste blew up in the van. Yes, it was immature and disgusting, but I thought it was funny anyway. I also liked how the show ended just like it began with the music in the pilot when we first met the family, although it played differently, which was what made it work. Also of note, creator Linwood Boomer was back as well, and not just as a creative consultant. Although he didn't write the episode, he actually directed it, and I felt like I was back in the first season while I watched the final episode. Did anyone else watch...or did everybody miss it?