April 15, 2010
Random Thought of the Week #15
Although I've only seen maybe 3 full episodes in the 4 years its been on the air, I happened to catch the final 15 minutes of the series finale of Ugly Betty last night and felt as if I had been a regular viewer. I tend to do this with the final episode of any television show. Even though I have no idea what the hell is going on, I am somewhat familiar with the premise and curious to see how producers will wrap up years of storytelling, what final image they'll leave with fans.
3 things about last night's final moment: That on-location shot in London's Trafalgar Square was certainly impressive. That Macy Gray track was a great song choice (props to the music supervision team). And that end-title change was both poignant and fitting:
Perhaps I'll have to Netflix the complete series soon.
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