Mordecai and Rigby relive the first episode, but soon realize that they need to help Pops so they use the Power to go back. Pops realizes that he must reach out to Anti-Pops and finally saves the universe at the cost of his life. The entire park crew return home to their friends and family. After erecting a memorial statue of Pops, a montage shows what happened to the park crew after their adventure in space: Mordecai quits his job at the park, becomes a painter, and meets a woman a female bat he doesn't feel awkward around (though it's implied he never reunites with Margaret or CJ, he does use their likenesses in his art); Rigby marries and has children with Eileen; Muscle Man and Starla move into a nicer trailer and have more children; Benson reunites with Pam the scientist, the two raise four cats and a pig, and Benson becomes park owner after Mr. Maellard's death (and trains a new batch of workers who look similar to the ones he had before); High Five Ghost reunites with his human...
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This is the series finale of the show. See more
[last lines of the series
[while having a reunion party
Man, I can't believe it's been 25 years.
Yeah, I wish Pops could've been here to see this.
Well, if it wasn't for him, we wouldn't have this.
Yeah. Hey, do you think those old video games are still in the shed?
Yeah, we should check it out, for old cart's sake.
Hmm! Hmm! Hmm! Hmm! Hmm! WHOOOOAAAA! Heh, heh, heh, heh.
I can't believe we used to do that.
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SPOILER: The series title appears at the end of the episode on a tape Pops is watching in Heaven, to which he says "Jolly good show!" See more
Spoofs Dragon Ball Z
Written by David Bowie
and Brian Eno
Performed by David Bowie See more