I was unsure if the show was going to be able to tie together all the lose ends in the last episode. But it did so extremely well. And still it left a few clues from which it could pick up the story for a second season, and I'm sure all the fans are hoping for one.
The pace of the episode was quite fast when all the details had to be explained. But that was all for the better, the episode didn't become dull. A few of the earlier guest stars made appearances which was nice, even though their time on screen was quite short. And Logue and Raymond-James did again some great performances. You really can see that they are friends off camera as well.