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13 Times Series Finales Left A Character In The Perfect Spot Vs. 14 Times They Left Us With Some Nonsense

Spoiler alert: The Good Place gave *every* character the perfect ending.

TV finales have a difficult job: wrapping up all the loose ends and giving us a satisfying conclusion for each character. Some finales do a great job...while others miss the mark entirely.

There are certainly good and bad finales in terms of plot and closure, but I'm here to talk about where the characters ended up. Here are 14 characters who got their perfect ending, and 13 character endings that literally made zero sense.

1. ~Parfait~: Miley coming back to go to Stanford with Lilly at the end of Hannah Montana.

Lilly is shocked to see Miley. Miley tells her that there will be a million concerts, tours, and movies, but she only gets one chance to go to college with her best friend

2. Made literally zero sense: Nate running for mayor of New York in the flash-forward at the end of Gossip Girl.

A reporter asks Nate if he's running for mayor, and Nate avoids the question by saying NY is the greatest city in the world and who wouldn't want to be mayor

3. ~Parfait~: Jamie playing on the Ravens in the One Tree Hill series finale flash-forward.

4. Made literally zero sense: Regina becoming the Good Queen at the end of Once Upon a Time.

Regina smiling as she's crowned

5. ~Parfait~: Alexis moving to New York at the end of Schitt's Creek.

Alexis says she's flying solo to NY

6. Made literally zero sense: Rachel getting off the plane at the end of Friends.

Rachel reveals she got off the plane as Ross looks up

7. ~Parfait~: Kimmy opening a theme park for her books at the end of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

Kimmy hugs a kid who says her books make him feel safe, and then we pan out to see her theme park

8. Made literally zero sense: Ted going after Robin at the end of How I Met Your Mother.

Ted's kids tell him he's into Robin and he goes to her house with a trumpet

9. ~Parfait~: Mercedes being the opening act for Beyoncé at the end of Glee.

Mercedes saying she's opening for Beyonce

10. Made literally zero sense: Serena marrying Dan in the Gossip Girl flash-forward.

11. ~Parfait~: David staying in town and buying a house with Patrick at the end of Schitt's Creek.

David saying he's staying and isn't finished with Schitt's Creek

12. Made literally zero sense: Amy moving to New York at the end of Secret Life of the American Teenager.

Amy saying if she doesn't leave she'll never know what she could've done in her life then Ricky with John

13. ~Parfait~: Alaric starting the Salvatore School for the Young and the Gifted at the end of The Vampire Diaries.

Alaric at the school with the new sign for it

14. Made literally zero sense: Piper moving to be near Alex at the end of Orange Is the New Black.

Piper smiling at Alex

15. ~Parfait~: Sansa becoming queen of the North at the end of Game of Thrones.

16. Made literally zero sense: Sue being vice president in the Glee flash-forward.

Fox News host introducing Sue as the vice president

17. ~Parfait~: Taystee teaching a class at the end of Orange Is the New Black.

Taystee introducing her financial literacy class in Poussey's honor

18. Made literally zero sense: Bran becoming king at the end of Game of Thrones.

19. ~Parfait~: Walt dying at the end of Breaking Bad.

20. Made literally zero sense: Aria and Ezra getting married at the end of Pretty Little Liars.

21. ~Parfait~: The Secret Service being with Leslie and Ben in the flash-forward at the end of Parks and Recreation.

A Secret Service agent telling Ben and Leslie it's time to go

22. Made literally zero sense: Katara and Aang finally getting together at the end of Avatar: The Last Airbender.

23. ~Parfait~: Jesse driving away at the end of Breaking Bad.

24. Made literally zero sense: Liam stopping Annie's plane and proposing to her on 90210.

25. ~Parfait~: Tahani becoming an architect at the end of The Good Place.

Tahani saying she wants to be an architect then becoming one

26. Made literally zero sense: Silver getting cancer and contemplating suicide (right after losing her baby) at the end of 90210.

Silver tells Dixon she has cancer, asking what else she can lose after losing her body, baby, and maybe her life

27. And finally, ~parfait~: Michael becoming human at the end of The Good Place.

Eleanor telling Michael he's going to be a real boy and Michael becoming human

Which TV character endings did you find stupid, and which ones did you love? Let us know in the comments!