It's rare that a series is so well written, funny, enlightening, very funny and moving fleabag – so it is only natural to want as many consequences as possible when you finally discover it. Equally rare is a series that maintains its quality over the years. Many broadcasts that began as top-notch content that marked the golden age of television suffered a severe, violent loss of quality as they tried to summarize all their dangling storyline threads before the final episode.
Dexter and game of Thrones immediately come to mind when one thinks of series that had hated finals almost everywhere. The former ended in the most bizarre way: Dexter (Michael C. Hall) left his young son Harrison in the care of well-known criminal and potential killer Hannah McKay (Yvonne Strahovski) and dumped the body of his sister Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) in the garbage Ocean, drove his Boat into the eye of a hurricane and reappear months later as a lumberjack in Oregon. The latter concluded in a similarly baffling way: Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) took what many thought was an insanity for an undeserved turnaround – causing her friend-slash nephew Jon Snow (Kit Harington) to kill her for more To prevent destruction. and the Westerosi Elite, who selects Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) as the new ruler of the Six Kingdoms (plus Winterfell).
fleabagOn the other hand, it had no such terrible end. The series remained wonderful from Season 1 to Season 2, maintaining their strength until the very last second, when Fleabag and the priest confess their love and say good-bye to each other. Although the priest can not be with Fleabag and has decided to return to faith after a brief sexual contact with her, he still loves her and knows that she loves him. The two parted with a smile on their faces and tears in their eyes, and after the priest ran away from Fleabag, she sees a fox pass by her – the animal the priest once said he "put on," what became a kind of inside joke between him and Fleabag.
This finale crowned Fleabag's and the priest's unique love story, setting him back on the path he knew he always belonged to, and setting Fleabag on a path to heal her self-destructive tendencies – advances she made during her time had begun relationship to the priest. It also left things open for hope for the future: Fleabag and the priest can keep the memory of each other in their hearts and the two can realize their personal goals independently.
After the grief and trauma Fleabag faced in the first season and finally confronted in the second, the finale of the series was poignant in the right places, without becoming soapy – and opened the door for her to grow How she needs it without constantly looking at the audience, only she can see. As vultureKathryn VanArendonk put it this way: "She ends the story she tells us while turning to her own life, her own family, and her relationships with people who can talk to her Series, and why it feels so tormenting, in the end Fleabag separates us. "
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