'Go On'

The "Go On" finale highlighted the best of the show -- the camaraderie between the group members, as they helped Ryan take the step of scattering his wife's ashes. Of course, that went horribly awry -- there was a fake scattering involving cake mix and then the real ashes ended up being dumped in a gas station parking lot -- but it was a satisfying ending. Which is good, since the show was canceled (boooooo, NBC. Boooooo).<br><Br>-- <i><a href="http://twitter.com/andrealeigh203">Andrea Reiher</a>, <a href="http://www.zap2it.com">Zap2it</a></i>

( NBC / March 6, 2013 )

The "Go On" finale highlighted the best of the show -- the camaraderie between the group members, as they helped Ryan take the step of scattering his wife's ashes. Of course, that went horribly awry -- there was a fake scattering involving cake mix and then the real ashes ended up being dumped in a gas station parking lot -- but it was a satisfying ending. Which is good, since the show was canceled (boooooo, NBC. Boooooo).

-- Andrea Reiher, Zap2it

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