Originally Posted by The Villain
I have to say that i was very surprised and pleased with the reveal and the episode as a whole. They spent a lot of time wrapping things up and providing great closure and the final scene was extremely touching. The whole thing was so well done that i've decided that i'm actually going to check out the next season.
I think if they keep it to one murder a season and eliminate the filler episodes like them looking for Jack in season 1 and Linden in the Psych Ward in this season and they can actually keep the show compelling and interesting. I'm very surprised that they were actually able to turn it around and make me invested again. A great season finale.
You know if the show didn't take that break and lost the filler episodes it would be a very strong show. People who missed it will be better off watching the complete DVD. As that's the way it should be seen. The reveal was very tragic. Especially the scene with Rosie's voice when she's going in the water. It's a show about people who are not perfect trying to solve a murder. Of course, all the suspects are liars and not perfect either and it's extraordinarily difficult to get to the truth. They were actually lucky to get it in the end. I was pleased with the ending and if there is another season I will watch it once the whole thing is over on DVD.
Don't bother with this absolute mess of a "real" ghost story. A complete waste of time. Told with real people and actors portraying them, this show is horrible. There is a bi-racial girl who might as well be White as she ignores Eddie Murphy's rule of when a ghost says "get out" African Americans are supposed to say "too bad we can't stay." Not only that but when the girl's Mother arrives at the house, the first thing she does is take her Mother downstairs in the haunted house. Of course, none of the girls actually tell one another about seeing ghosts. Who does that? If the average person sees a ghost, alien, or UFO, I would think they would tell the first person they see.