Best ending yet. I'm talking all 5 seasons. Finally the chickens come home to roost. Shane's been the wild card from day one. In therapy, only one with Judah when he died. Remeber when he threw a can of punch at that soccer brat and ran to Silas complaining that he'd merely grazed him--then they both ended up re-enacting a scene from the bear hunter show.."you can't miss the bear!"..well he didn't miss the bear this time. It was perfect, came outta nowhere. Those summer school days he spent with the crazy body guard/amateur wrestler paid off. The look on Nancy's face as Pillar floats face down in the pool..priceless--looked like she both loved and feared the monster she'd created. "..couldn't find a golf club.." priceless.
The rest of the episode bounced around a bit. So many disconected plot lines--Celia's team, Andy's proposal, whatshername's overdose. All intersting, but kinda scattered spin offs to the real story of Nancy's life. (How about a new alternate TV show called Crabgrass, the travails of Celia and her team trying to make it big, maybe not, but that bunch deserves there own airtime--there's just too many interesting characters).
Doug scheming a new business is gonna be good. His financial sense is very funny. The castrasted Esteban worked--"don't wear my deodorant again"--he needed to be bumped from his imppecably groomed pedstal. I wonder if Nancy will leave him now that he's shown his soft ineffective underbelly. Shane could be groomed to be a fierce mob boss. Silas could grow. They all could be happy.
The never ending sense of this show why can't they just make some money and be happy, stop trying to shoot the moon and run an empire--I mean putting out a hit on Pillar that was badass, like putting out hit on the DEA husband. I guess that's the point, insatiable greed and instable ambition. Kinda works, but I wonder how much longer this show can keep grinding out plot lines. Here's hoping.