They say all good things come to an end, but we always wondered who they was. Because “they” feels like they are trying to be assholes and not let us embrace our pain.
And yes, before you judge, the ending of Roswell, New Mexico, is pain. There are shows that stay with you, shows that you forget. But Roswell, New Mexico – it’s different. It’s a show that will stay with us.
It’s a show that changed fandom. It changed fandom in a way, because it brought a love for characters we haven’t felt in a long time. It’s a show on The CW that never lost the essence of the story, which so many shows have. It had characters that we could relate to – even if they were aliens from another planet. It’s a show that has given us some great ships – like Echo and Malex.
And for these things we will be forever grateful.
But, as the final episode of Roswell, New Mexico is set to air, and there will be no more, we’ve realized something.
Good things never end. They stick with you; memories that are imprinted on your soul.
The final episode is entitled, How’s It Going To Be, and it does seem fitting. Because we do want to know just that.
The final episode teaser, “Liz (Jeanine Mason) doubting her abilities, calls for reinforcements, meanwhile Isobel (Lily Cowles) shows Max (Nathan Dean) a memory, one that will put him on a new trajectory and Michael (Michael Vlamis) makes a promise to Alex (Tyler Blackburn).”
Roswell, New Mexico airs Mondays on The CW.