Lincoln Heights

Season 4 Episode 10


Aired Monday 7:00 PM Nov 09, 2009 on ABC Family

Episode Fan Reviews (2)

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  • Really sweet episode, and a touching series finale.

    After all the kidnapping, violence, and near-death experiences, Charles and Cassie finally get the happy ending they deserve, and everyone in the Heights will live to fight another day. We just won't get to see it. This series ended the way it started - as a real look at what it means, and what it takes, to make your world a better place. Eddie, Jenn, Tay, Lizzie, and everyone else we've come to know and love over four seasons, you all will be missed. Looking forward to seeing more from this exceptional cast and crew. Russell Hornsby already played a key role in the second season of HBO's In Treatment, and an interesting guest starring role as a doctor in The Good Wife. I'm sure we'll see a lot of these talented folks again in the very near future.
  • The best family drama on TV ends its season on a happy note.

    Chassie are a bit dramatic, but I'm really happy for them that their families were ultimately supportive. It's rare to see teen love get treated with the respect and honor it has been with these two even with the drama. I'm also so proud of what the show did with the Nate Ray soldier story...I don't think any other show is dealing with that issue in such an organic way.

    I just squeeed repeatedly throughout the finale. Eddie cracked me up when he reacted to Chassie's announcement about the wedding. They're just such a great family...and I love that the producers let them have a happy ending to build from new life changes next season rather than turmoil.

    I'm glad to hear there's going to be a S5. I was just looking at some old clips and can hardly believe how much Tay has grown up over the last few years. He used to be shorter than Lizzie and now he's almost Eddie's height. He's my favorite Sutton kid. And as for me: Chassie Forever. It's always drama drama drama, but I hope they make it as a couple.