The series as a whole was flawed, but it was amazing, too. I couldn't bear to let that ending stand, so I replaced it with my own, and there is no lumberjack. The producers were probably under a great strain to provide a twist ending, or a gut punch, and sometimes that is the right ending (Shield, Breaking Bad,… Read more
I wonder how much of this ending was dictated by Showtime's desire to keep the franchise alive.
I have yet to watch the last 4 episodes of the final season (In a rare instance of my apathy overriding my compulsiveness) but in my head Miami Metro gets disbanded by the FBI and everyone is busted down to meter maid for being horrible at their job.
I thought it was a shame that Deb survived so many horrific injuries, both emotional and physical, to only be snuffed out in the finale. It is like a war hero dying in a car crash the day after coming home.
The problem with the Dexter finale is all in the last 3 minutes. He disposes of Deb's body for no reason other than to deprive her friends of closure, and he exiles himself because that ending was planned out 8 years ago and they used it despite all the growth and change that occurred in the final 4 seasons, which… Read more
I'm one of those few rare people who didn't find the ending of Mass Effect 3 ruining the whole series for me. I just thought the ending didn't go into great details of explaining itself... well before they released the "extended cut". I actualy liked the original ending and how vague it was. Having technology that… Read more
I'm one of those people who think that a great ending to a story is the most important part. That being said, think about how Breaking Bad ended. With the way it ended, would I watch the whole series again? Yes. Would I watch all of Dexter again? Hell no. They really squandered a fantastic opportunity to have… Read more