Well I was watching the final on the early Satellite feed but unfortunately I'll have to Tivo the rest for later tonight. So far the episode seems pretty good. Edit: Ok I have finally watched the entire episode. I thought it was an excellent show. One of my biggest gripes with episodic TV is that the creators often feel the need to tie up all of the characters’ lives when the show ends. Sure they did rap up several story lines but they left several unresolved. Hay real life is a never-ending continuing story so for me it was appropriate that not all of the characters’ lives were resolved in the finale. Just some observations, I’m glad that Vern Schillinger got it in the end. It was priceless that Keller duped him with the knife switch. That brings me to another item, although I posted in the previous thread that I hoped Keller was killed off, strangely I was disappointed when he committed suicide. I think it might have played better if he had committed suicide as an act of love for Beecher. Kind of a setting you free type thing but since he tried to frame Beecher for his death by yelling his name when he jumped that killed off that possibility. Of course his grand gesture of killing off all of the Aryans to protect Beecher was his last twisted act of love. Also, I really liked the reconciliation between Ryan and his father. I though Dean Winters did an excellent job in that scene. Another scene that I thought was very well done was Robson’s good-bye. I felt kind of sorry for him after his speech. One last thing, if you believe McManus’s last line it appears that there will be some sort of follow up episode down the road. Well at least I can always hope.