Six Feet Under - Final episode

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Col | 10:55 Thu 03rd Nov 2005 | Film, Media & TV
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Was the end sequence on the last episode of Six Feet Under utterly demeaning and out of context with the series?


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Is this the new series you mean or series 3? Haven't seen the new one - what happened?

I have to say that it was kind of lost on me - I guess we've spent years watching them live while others die, so maybe the producers thought that showing their deaths would be a fitting ending.

It was poignant, sad (especially at Ruth's death), unnecessarily tragic (how could they kill Keith and leave David all alone, it's just not fair!) and ironic (Claire being blind, having spent her life as a photographer).

It was a both heart-wrenching and heart-warming representation of the cycle of life. But it went by so quickly, I found it hard to recognise them. Thankfully I taped it, so I can watch it again and really take it all in.

And what was Claire doing marrying Ted? Shudder!

It was nice to see that one of Keith and David's sons turn out to be gay and his boyfriend came to his parent's funeral.

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