This was a good if a bit rushed ending likely because the makers were under pressure to wrap things up. Either way I liked how the series was left on an ambiguous end but I don't think its likely Fuyutsuki will follow Onizuka because well she ain't some lost puppy that's for sure.
So a decent end to a series its only drawback was it was somewhat rushed but nevertheless it was pretty good.
Sometimes its best to leave things open ended and leave everything about what happens from then on or in between to the audience's imagination at least that's my humble opinion.
Another opinion of mine is well Onizuka and Azusa are not as obvious a couple in the anime as most think for one thing Onizuka's flirting with her was pretty low key compared to his flirting with Julia Murai and a few other things.
Also contrary to what some people think, this was NOT a filler ending but it was more a RUSHED ending, because at the time the manga was not complete also very likely there were time and budget considerations that came into place. Also it was very probable that Fuji TV wanted the series wrapped up and the anime writers were forced to rush things.
Overall the anime was far better written then the manga, which had one of the worst story structures ever. The approach of the writers was to give characters more stories and not to add more characters which did much to make the manga confusing.
At the same time the ending does give you the feeling that Onizuka may at least meet some of his old class well at least that's how it felt to me.
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