Hmm, it plays after the credits on my on demand. They have been there for every episode. I have Comcast, for what it is worth.
IIRC, it talked about being less of a who done it and more about how people do/don't change (I have already had a glass of wine, so that might not be 100%).
I really hated the very end. The writer's clip after explained it a bit, but damn. Suspenseful miniseries writers take note: do what Fargo did and not this.
I don't understand how there wasn't any blood at the scene of the accident. And it seemed like it took longer in this episode for Ollie to slip away than it did in the first episode.
No one could have told the family what happened? Really? And that reporter is awful. Even with the touching moments with his kid. What a terrible person to keep that from the family for so long.
Why was Mark even in this show? Why?
I hated this more than the white collar ending, which is saying something. Week to week though, I found the series to be very enjoyable. I don't regret watching it.
This has been so painful. I hope the end is that they get the panthers, the money stays with the government, and Neal, Mozzie, Peter, and Sarah open up a consulting company. Or no Peter, that would be fine with me.