It's the end of an era, but the beginning, Betty hopes, of something wonderful. In the series finale, which also features appearances by familiar faces from the past, Betty finds it hard to tell Daniel important news about her future. When she does, his reaction surprises her, but not Claire. Justin and Bobby enthusiastically consider taking advantage of a softening real estate market by apartment-hunting in Manhattan, but Hilda's resisting even the most amazing places. Amanda grapples with the death of her dog, Halston, and Marc wonders if he'll ever have a successful relationship. Written by
Did You Know?
This airing contains at least two allusions to Betty's first date with Henry in Episode #1.5 "The Lyin', the Watch and the Wardrobe." The first is when she is working with Daniel in the office and they are eating what appears to be sushi. The second is when she is Betty is standing in the elevator, talking on the phone to Hilda - behind her is a video screen of butterfly wings flapping. This alludes to Betty's first date with Henry when he takes to her a sushi place (which she had never tried) and was wearing a butterfly Halloween costume. See more
The banner appears to change from Goodbye, Betty (x'd out) to Halton and then later shows Goodbye, Betty.
This happens because there are two banners hung up. One has Betty's name crossed out and Halston's written in, and the other was left alone. See more
I can't live without you.
At the very end of the last episode, the title of the show, "Ugly Betty," appeared on the screen - and then after a moment, the word "ugly" disappeared, leaving just the word "Betty." See more
All the World (I Tell Myself)
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