I know it's kind of terrible. I know it should have ended a few years ago. But when I am doing laundry or cleaning or just vegging out, it is the perfect distraction -- not to mention, I cry at the drop of a hat whenever an old person dies, and I like to think that occasional ugly cry is good for your skin.
But I may be over it after last night.
Not just that (spoiler alert) Lexie died, but the fact that there was a plane crash in general. On Grey's Anatomy. (I kept waiting for a golden lab to run up to them or for Meredith and Christina to find a hatch when they were looking for Derek.)
At this rate, the good doctors of Seattle Grace have survived a ferry crash, a bomb scare, a mad gunman, TWO bus crashes, an ambulance crash, ghosts, and that syphilis outbreak from way back in season 1. (Memories.)
The only way for this show to go out now is in the middle of a nuclear war, agreed? And, let's say, a Snow Patrol song.
Which leads me to wonder how some of my other favorite (and not-so-favorite) shows will go down.
Revenge ends with Emily exacting all her RUHVENGE!, laughing maniacally in her beach house, dying of her injuries, and then being reunited with Sammy the Wonderdog in heaven.
The Vampire Diaries ends with Stefan and Damon in a diner, Damon throwing back a shot, and a cut to black. We are all left to assume that the Council and/or Originals and/or Katherine killed them and message boards across the internet explode with nerd fury.
The Killing ends with Rosie Larsen being alive! The entire show was a red herring!
Community clearly ends in a snowglobe.
The fetus in Lori's womb miscarries, turns into a zombie, kills Lori (yay!) who then kills everyone (sad!) on The Walking Dead.
Speaking of The Walking Dead, I hope you enjoy this:
How do you think some shows will end?