I thought it was fantastic. Very Lost-esque with the sentimental moments. Walter/Peter was great, but Walter/Astrid hit me the hardest. So many great moments in this finale, I definitely teared up a few times. Can't believe it's over. I can't wait to re-watch from the beginning now.
Not nearly as good as last seasons finale IMO but still pretty good and a fitting end to the series. Liked the white tulip at the end.
Good to see Fauxlivia and Lincoln one last time. Thought they might throw a twist in at the end with Peter sacrificing himself as his one last "Jesus" parallel but I guess that would have defeated the purpose of getting Etta back.
Damn, that was awesome. Very emotional ending to one of the most underrated and underappreciated shows ever. I dug the Cabin in the Woods-esque scene in the hallway with all the monsters.
I am a little confused on what happened at the end though, like after Walter/Michael travel through time to eliminate the creation/existence of Observers and the timeline is reset. Like how/what/why happens.
From my understanding is that once the scientist meet Michael they can see that they do not need to eliminate emotions from humans and hence the observers would not be created because they can do both going forward, get more intelligent and still keep their emotions.
The one thing that lost me was why could they not come back? to the past, why did they have to get stuck in the future?
Does Peter getting the white tulip mean that Walter could come back to their time?
Does this mean that they will make a possible movie on them trying to bring Walter back?
It seem that when he got that Peter realized what had happen in the future and we all know he will like to find his father once more.
So if the observers are never created, who pulls Peter and Walter out of Reiden Lake? September never existed.... So he he would not have been able to create the boy. Thus, after Walter and the boy changed the future, Walter should have gone back to 2015 without ever knowing something happened. I'm confused but I think I'm thnking too much into it.