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    1. While The Leftovers season finale teased Nora committing suicide, they luckily didn’t go through with it as her loss to the show would have been insurmountable. 2. The episode was a stunning piece of art and was the perfect conclusion to one of the best full seasons of a series that I have ever seen.

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