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In the new season, Sally goes to Donna to help with some things. Idan and Susanna come to confront each other and follow the truth of their past. Josh and Nora are still in real trouble, asking for help from an old friend in some things that are always difficult to do.
The finale touched on a little of everything. It was like a cake made with only the essential ingredients and then topped with icing (the good cream cheese kind, not that overly sugary crap) and served to fans on a fancy dish.
Given the choice between an overly happy -- read: sappy -- ending that gives everyone exactly what they want, I'll take a bit of bittersweet if there's depth and meaning behind the loss, and I think Being Human nailed it there.
This beautifully ridiculous show that at one point literally had Amish vampires wrapped up in cocoons in a barn has turned out to be one of the most emotionally gripping pieces of television I've had the privilege to watch.