I just finished the last episode. The finale was all about moving on, and being positive. Somehow I'm not feeling exactly positive about the episode.
Julia was gone long ago. The fact that she's getting married to some english guy doesn't change anything.
Matt is acting like he was dropped with his head down when he was little. Bringing Ava back? Is she the one for him? Jeez, she'd better have stayed in season 2 and never come back, 'cause makng 'em a family with little Jenna seems wrong and unnatural.
As for Sean and Christian, I don't think it's the best possible way out for them. Splitting 'em up was a mistake. Not that it wasn't coming, but I'd would rather see the hard work they've been doing through 7 years keeping themselves together wasn't for nothing. They've been like this from the very beggining, completely opposite, but they used to manage the disagreements and deal with each other. I can think of why the creators decided to split them up eventually. It was the first time Christian did a good thing for someone else at his own expense.
But is he going to change? Hardly. That makes the whole drama about letting Sean go just bullshit.
Kimber allusion in the very last scene proves the fact that Christian is not changing ever. By the way, bringing up Kimber like this wasn't the best idea as well. It would take a girl from the bar to show things are remaining as they were. It was unnecessary to replay the scene as he met Kimber.
Not the best finale possible, but taking into account for the last couple of seasons show wasn't that brilliant as it used to be at the beggining, I think I can except the finale and move on with other TV shows )))