Yours as well.
I have to think that reconciliation is still possible. I hope it isn’t just Hubbs crawling back to Ellie, but Ellie realizing how unreasonable she has been. It’s fine that Hubbs needs to make amends for leaving the way he did, but Ellie has to admit that she drove him to it. If Al can help them, get her to have her epiphany, I think he’ll be instantly ready to come back.
At the end of the day, many of us have come to dislike Ellie, but she’s still Hubb’s “girl of his dreams.” I don’t envy him, waiting for the dim bulb to light up.
You wouldn’t have had to be selfish if Ellie would have been less insane about it.
Maybe she’ll keep awake through the date tonight.
Maybe….but it feels like a stretch. Feels more like what happens in other comics where people start completely off-topic convos to get Top Comment.
True, but those are less appealing when you have actual prospects like Greta (or Reine).
How is this relevant to Endtown?
Wow. To hear the people in this thread talk, NO ONE gets into heaven.
Perhaps it’s as simple as, “If your version of heaven includes keeping other people out, then you aren’t getting in.”
Eh, it’s not for everyone, I guess.
A common problem with King works, the endings aren’t always the greatest. That’s why The Shining and IT are my absolute favorites; he really sticks the landing with them.
The ending of The Stand was good, but the climax was “meh.” Same with The Dark Tower.