Unfortunately, good things have to end. They can never last forever.
Good meals, good vacations, good sex…
And good television shows end as well. Well, at least for the season.
This weekend, I experienced one of these endings. Actually, I experienced an ending to a few of the above mentioned things, although only one of them is a relevant blog topic.
In other words, I watched the last episode of the season for American Gods last night.
Yep, sniff, gulp. The last episode.
Now, I may get to experience a *good meal* or two between now and next spring, but I am still trying to come to terms with the fact that I will probably not see a new episode of American Gods for almost another full year.
But, I feel an empty spot in my heart already. There is now a free hour on Sundays that I will have to fill with something else.
Whatever that something else, it won’t be American Gods. And that is a weird feeling, almost like I am missing a tooth or something, like my favorite technical douche…
But, even though it was the last episode, it was still a blast. I mean, go big or go home, right? Well, American Gods chose the former. And it did the “going big” part really well.
The season finale, titled Come to Jesus, was everything a season finale should be: it advanced the story arc, introduced potential future story arcs, introduced new characters and ended on a bit of a cliffhanger.
Perfect, in other words, just like most of the rest of the season.
So, come join me one last time (at least until next spring), as we review and dissect Come to Jesus.
And, as always: