Thread: FINAL EPISODES

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    I justed wanted to know do you guys have any favorite final episodes for t.v. shows or cartoons. Ive watched over a million shows but never seem to ever catch the final episode of any show. It will be cool to hear some of you guys tell me your favorite final episodes because maybe it will be a show i use to watch.

    The only final episode i remember is the Cosby Show(i know im a sad person) when Theo graduated. I remember no cartoon final episodes.

    Hope to hear some good ones, remember just your favorite ones.
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    I remember The Final Episode of Sonic Satam Titled The DoomsDay Project that one was Awesome!
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    I can remember a couple off of the top of my head.

    The XFiles had a pretty good final episode. It all took place with Scully testifing to the Feds exactly what had happened to her and Mulder during the nine year run. It actually did an incredible job of tying all the plot lines together. A very good episode to watch if, like me, you got fed up with the "mythology" storyline in the middle of the series.

    Another ending that sticks out in my memory is the final episode of The Wonder Years. I think I remember this one because it was pretty realistic, not your typical happy ending. The part I'm talking about didn't happen in the actual episode, but in the final Daniel Stern narriation. At the end of the episode he explained that he didn't end up with Winnie Cooper and that his dad died not too long after the final episode. It was an unusally unhappy ending.
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    The one that really sticks in my head is the St. Elsewhere final episode. You know what i'm talking about. The one where we see the outside of the building, and all of a sudden it pans out, and it turns out to be a snowglobe, and the ENTIRE series was an autistic child's imagination. This has to be the worst ending to a show EVER. The writers were on pot, I'm sure of it.
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    I also like the ending to the Wonder Years cuz it was realistic it was better than the way most shows end.

    I liked the ending to Happy Days. didnt really liked the ending to Dinosaurs. I think boy meets world could of had a better ending.

    the ending to Family matters was kinda stupid...urKel in space??

    and i dont remeber how full house or step by step ended?
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    I remember the Dinosaurs one where it was the ice age.
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    well i loved the ending of queer as folk this year but i was sad to see it go, six feet unders last episode wasnt bad but i was expecting for awhile what the ending would be (showing how all the charactrers died)

    i remeber being pissed when i saw the final episode of the office because dawn said 'no' to tim

    and i was also pissed that they cancelled joan of arcadia because that ending was eh..

    oh and i was really mad that wonderfalls and dead like me are no more but their final epsodes were very good
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    I still remember watching the original airing of the last episodes of these shows...

    -The Wonder Years- I love it because it was so realistic. I got sad because they seemed so happy at the 4ht of July parade and the narrator dude was talking about the future and he said that the dad was soon gonna die.

    -The Cosby Show- I liked how Theo finally got it together and graduated college. I liked how the mom and dad on teh show danced off the stage.

    -Cheers- Diane comes back! Nuff said!

    -Newhart- I didn't understand when I first saw the ending and why it was a big deal until I saw Bob Newharts other show (a few years later on Nick at Night) he had before Newhart. Bob woke up and his wife from his old show was next to him and he said that he had a dream where everything that happened to him on Newhart was in the dream.

    -Beverly Hills 90210- All I remember was that their was a big dance during the final scene. I think some got married. I can't remember.

    -The Fresh Prince of Bel Air- I remember Will's ungle sold the house and Will lying that he got this nice apartment because everyone seemed like they were moving on with their lives while it seemed like he was going no where.

    -Friends- Ross and Racheal finally gets together.

    -Martin- Gina and Martin move to LA. It was kind of weird to see the episode since Martin and Gina was in a scene together because of the sexual harrassment thing. But it was still good.

    -X-Men- I remember waking up in enough time to see the X-Men stand and look in the sky while they take Xavier away when it first aired! MAAAAAN was I pissed. But I got to finally see it one day thanks to the internet. It was pretty good. I just wish it had some action in it.

    Those are my favorites. Now here are my least favorites.

    -Family Matters- LAWD, Urkel in space. They should have come up with a better storyline. But its understandable since they thought that the show was coming back for another season. Also Judy was suppose to come back. The next season was suppose to have Urkel and Laura's wedding.

    -Sienfield(sp?)- THey all went to JAIL! Oh brudha. What a big let down ending to an other wise excellent show.

    -Married With Children0 I know that they thought that they were suppose to come back for another year thats why it never got a proper ending. But they should have given the show a proper ending.

    I've seen lots of final episodes of shows. But those are all I can remember.
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    -X-Men- I remember waking up in enough time to see the X-Men stand and look in the sky while they take Xavier away when it first aired! MAAAAAN was I pissed. But I got to finally see it one day thanks to the internet. It was pretty good. I just wish it had some action in it.

    Those are my favorites. Now here are my least favorites.

    -Married With Children0 I know that they thought that they were suppose to come back for another year thats why it never got a proper ending. But they should have given the show a proper ending.

    I've seen lots of final episodes of shows. But those are all I can remember.


    i didnt even know XMEN had a final episode? crazy!!
    maybe i saw it and just dont remeber idk

    Married with Children was a classic...i think they deserved a better final ep than the one they ended the show with.
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    Quote by NickMania
    I remember The Final Episode of Sonic Satam Titled The DoomsDay Project that one was Awesome!



    For me, not really, because the cliffhanger ending (you know what I'm talking about) would've made a good new season, but they cancelled it.
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    Fresh Prince was a good ending, as was Friends.

    Alex Mack was pretty good.

    Beast Wars' entire last season was excellent.
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    Quote by GrimmBilly
    I can remember a couple off of the top of my head.

    The XFiles had a pretty good final episode. It all took place with Scully testifing to the Feds exactly what had happened to her and Mulder during the nine year run. It actually did an incredible job of tying all the plot lines together. A very good episode to watch if, like me, you got fed up with the "mythology" storyline in the middle of the series.

    Another ending that sticks out in my memory is the final episode of The Wonder Years. I think I remember this one because it was pretty realistic, not your typical happy ending. The part I'm talking about didn't happen in the actual episode, but in the final Daniel Stern narriation. At the end of the episode he explained that he didn't end up with Winnie Cooper and that his dad died not too long after the final episode. It was an unusally unhappy ending.


    Yea, that's one I remember clearly. But I also remember how he said he remarried again too. Bittersweet.

    I also remembered the last episode of Family Ties. Alex P. Keaton (Micheal J. Fox) finally leaves home in pursuit of his career. His sister gives him a red hankerchief to add color to his suit. Than in the very end Micheal J. Fox does like a triple back flip or something like that and they all say goodbye.

    There was also the final episode of Growing Pains where he says goodbye cause he's moving out and his best friend Boner decides to go join the military.
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    The one that really sticks in my head is the St. Elsewhere final episode. You know what i'm talking about. The one where we see the outside of the building, and all of a sudden it pans out, and it turns out to be a snowglobe, and the ENTIRE series was an autistic child's imagination. This has to be the worst ending to a show EVER. The writers were on pot, I'm sure of it.


    That was a LAME ending.

    Beverly Hills 90210- All I remember was that their was a big dance during the final scene. I think some got married. I can't remember.


    David finally marries Donna.

    There was also the final episode of Growing Pains where he says goodbye cause he's moving out and his best friend Boner decides to go join the military.


    Not too be rude but that wasn't the final episode of Growing Pains. The final episode was "The Last Picture Show (1) "Maggie is offered a plum job in Washington, D.C. "The Last Picture Show (2)"The Seavers move to Washington, D.C., but share a final meal and memories in the empty house.
    Boner joined the Marines after flunking out of college in the middle of the 4th season.That was the last episode Boner was in.
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    I saw the last David the Gnome episode recently. It was very emotional.

    I thought TUGS had a good ending. It was debatable which episode was the last. Grampus the submarine joins the star fleet.
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    There was also the final episode of Growing Pains where he says goodbye cause he's moving out and his best friend Boner decides to go join the military.


    Not too be rude but that wasn't the final episode of Growing Pains. The final episode was "The Last Picture Show (1) "Maggie is offered a plum job in Washington, D.C. "The Last Picture Show (2)"The Seavers move to Washington, D.C., but share a final meal and memories in the empty house.
    Boner joined the Marines after flunking out of college in the middle of the 4th season.That was the last episode Boner was in.

    Hehe, I thought it was the last season, maybe 'cause that was the last time I watched it. Boner made the show anyways.
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    The Last episode of Full House was in two parts the 1st part is when Michelle starts riding horses and at a competition sneaks off with a friend to ride horses on a trail instead. On the trial the horse gets spooked and Michelle falls of- which causes her to lose her memory. Part 2 - Michelle doesnt remember anyone in the family and they all try to help her and at the end she finally remembers them and they all hug (typical Tanner moment).
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    I wish the whole family would have died in an explosion. That would have made an excellent ending to Full House.
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    seinfeld = worst last episode ever
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    Quantum Leap had a pretty nice ending
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    Star Trek TNG
    JAGS Finale sucked IMHO


    So very tired ATM that all I can think of.
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