Well that's it, isn't it? What a way to end this season of ups and downs—with a major down that's in reality a big up. In the main sense, Roman, Shiv, and Kendall are being completely removed from Waystar, though at the same time, the three of them were finally able to mend their broken relationships. The episode itself was a masterful ending to quite the stressful season, and if it had been the last episode of the entire series, I would have been okay with that.
In some ways, this episode was possibly too much like the episode of SpongeBob SquarePants, 'Dying For Pie,' where Squidward accidentally gives SpongeBob a pie with a bomb in it to eat. The two are watching the sunset together—Squidward knowing that at any second, SpongeBob could explode, and SpongeBob, completely unaware of that fact—and Spongebob says, “You know, if I were to die right now in some sort of fiery explosion due to the carelessness of a friend, that’d just be OK.”
The final episode opens up with a fairly unfamiliar scene of Logan reading a book to his grandson, Iverson, as he reassures him that his father is okay—but not before asking him if he's too old to be reading this book.
At a table outside playing Monopoly, the siblings sans Kendall are discussing what happened to him in the pool, and, apparently, Comfrey had to save him when he dozed off—he even had to stay overnight in the hospital. Finally walking up to the game of Monopoly, Kendall is clearly very off his game and tells everyone that he's considering leaving before the wedding even starts.