Harold and Bonnie get married at the Lodge, with Red as minister.
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In the final scene, Bill appears in the Lodge, in color, for the first time since the second season of the show. See more
Harold tells Red "I'm a little nervous," referring to the fact that he's about to get married. Red responds with "you've done this 299 times before" referring to the fact that this is the 300th episode. Red is the only character to appear in all 300 episodes. Harold, in 2nd place, was absent from the 10th season (Christmas episode aside) putting him 18 episodes shy of 300. See more
[Red's final line.
In fact, everybody changed...except me.
Over the closing credits, Red describes what became of several Possum Lodge members in the years after the show. Mike Hamar: Became Possum Lake's police chief (with the result that the town's crime rate dropped to zero). Winston Rothschild III: Got a job investigating government corruption. Hap Shaughnessy: Claimed to have been made ambassador to Guam. Edgar K.B. Montrose: Tried to make a recliner out of plastic explosives and hadn't been heard from since. Ed Frid: Became head of the local animal rights group. Harold Green: He and his wife Bonnie, who he married in the final episode, had a son and daughter. (Red describes them as "taking over the community.") Red himself claims to be the only one who didn't change, but in the final shot, instead of wearing the usual wardrobe he sported throughout the series--plaid shirt, red and green suspenders and fishing hat--he appears wearing a tuxedo. See more