Woody embarks on his new life as City Councilman. Norm embarks on his new life as civil servant as Woody pulled some strings to get him an accounting job at City Hall. And Rebecca and Sam embark on their new relationships... possibly. Don asks Rebecca to marry him. Will her regular "I've got to marry a rich man" impulse makes her say no? And after seeing her win an ACE Cable Award on television, Sam makes the decision to get in touch with Diane. Sam lies to her about how happy he is in his life, and he suspects that she too is lying about how happy her married life is. But only a visit by Diane to Boston may make both realize what they want in life, which specifically for Sam can be summed up by a comment from Norm: "You can never be unfaithful to your one true love". Cheers.
Did You Know?
While the gang was smoking cigars and discussing the meaning of life, Frasier Crane's voice started trembling, as he sounded somewhat emotionally distraught while trying to finish his sentence. Given the fact that the series finale did not end with Sam Malone selling the bar, or anything bittersweet of that nature, Kelsey Grammer
struggling with his words was not scripted, as he was genuinely sad while filming the very last scene with his co-stars of nine years. George Wendt
adlibbed the comment regarding Cliff's perception of shoes, in an effort to ease Kelsey Grammer
's heart a little. See more
When Sam and Diane are on the aircraft preparing to fly to Los Angeles, the establishing shot shows a Lockheed L-1011, a widebody aircraft. The following shots, showing the interior of the aircraft, clearly show a narrowbody aircraft. See more
[Last line of the series
Boy, I tell you, I'm the luckiest son of a bitch on earth.
[a man knocks at the door
Sorry, we're closed.
While broadcast as one episode, syndicated reruns and Netflix instant streaming versions broadcast the episode in three parts. See more
References The Honeymooners