Well, it's over. I'm sad that the show is over, but I'm actually happy with the ending and I think that's a first for me, ever. I usually don't like the series finales of shows.
But I got my Helena ending! That's what I was hoping for. OK, it wasn't exactly like her dream from when she was stuck in the box in the desert, but it was pretty close. I was a little sad that Rachael wasn't there, but I understand on all sides why she wasn't. I'd like to think that in five or so years they'll all come to terms with each other and MAYBE she'll start coming around and want to be with them and they her. But if not, that's OK too. She may be happiest now on her own. That's really all she wanted anyway. To be her own person without the other Lytas.
I'm sad all the Castors are gone though, especially Ira.
I'd like to know what became of that bitch Neolution agent, but I'm glad Westmorland and Cody are gone for good. I'd seriously hoped though that Helena had killed her when she bashed her head into the table (repeatedly, lol).
What really surprised me though, is that usually I can't stand scenes of women giving birth, and I turn my head away and cover my ears, but tonight I was rooting her on. I knew the first born was going to be a boy, but I'd hoped the second one would be a girl. I like though that Helena broke the, well, whatever you want to call it and gave birth to boys instead of girls.
TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-FOUR Lytas! I'm a little disappointed that Delphine and Cosima are inoculating them anonymously. I hope someday they all get to know each other and who they all are. I'd also like to think that there are a few more who aren't infertile. I just don't believe that Sarah and Helena are the only ones who can have kids.
One thing I'm curious about though that I might have (OK, probably) missed throughout the show. When Charlotte was first introduced, was it made clear if she can grow up, or is she forever going to be the young kid she is now?