Any ending that succeeds both culminates and at the same time continues the story. The mix of these two factors naturally varies according to whether the writer’s principal desire is, on the one hand, to bring everything together, or, on the other, to leave matters more elliptically open. But both qualities, culmination and continuation, are fundamentally always present.
Douglas Bauer, The Stuff of Fiction: Advice on Craft (2006), as quoted in Jennifer De Leon’s “Return and Repeat” in the Sept/Oct issue of Poets & Writers Magazine
Leon is fucking fire, he slaughtered those white people so quick, no way White Rose would leave him in jail, I’m telling you, my boy is safe, he’s in the finale, dont forget that, I bet he has flipper I bet he gets flipper back for Elliot no way he’s in that jail with those sick ass moves he either hacked his way out or White Rose got him for saving Elliot.