I very awkwardly didn’t even realize it was the series finale until right before I watched the episode. I have to say that I really loved it. It was sort of the anti-Vampire Diaries (season) finale for me (which I’m still not over). Series finales are usually a letdown for me for one reason or another, but I don’t have any major complaints about this one. It would’ve been great if Emily could’ve come back, but I didn’t actually think it would ever happen. Plus, I felt like season three was its own entity, sort of separate from the first two seasons of the show. I think that is understandable because of the location change and cast changes. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a show wrap up everything in such a pretty and tidy bow before where everyone got what they “deserved,” but I was quite pleased. There were plot points that could’ve been developed further, but I think the show did exactly everything it could possibly do in eight episodes to wrap up the show in a satisfying way. I’d like to imagine that Sasha and Summer rode off into the sunset and lived happily ever after because I absolutely loved them together. I think overall this season did so many great things like redeem Lauren and Kelly, who had always been characters I had seen as villains. It’s definitely going to be a series I’ll miss. I started watching the show a few episodes into the first season and enjoyed every last bit of it. It was great to see that after everything the girls went through, they were able to achieve their goals and remain friends. Did that last part sound too sappy? Well, so was the finale, so I think it works just fine.