'Ozark' Recap: Season 14, Episode 14 — Ruth within the collection Finale - TVLine

when you are nevertheless making your approach through Ozark's closing episodes we implore you to hit the closest exit and return for those who've made it to the conclusion.

nobody can accuse Ozark of no longer going out with a bang.

After the screen on Season four, Episode 14 reduce to black, a gunshot rang out. And there became no secret as to the identification of the assailant or the victim.

within the episode's closing minutes, Marty and Wendy arrive domestic to find Mel Sattem placing out of their yard alongside Ben's ashes-stuffed cookie jar (aka the "facts.") seems the inner most eye had buyer's regret about selling his soul to the satan and slithering off to Chicago for that opportune detective gig.

"I couldn't do my job," he defined to the quivering couple. "every little thing I've been dreaming about for four years — back on the force, Chicago PD — all I may think about turned into you individuals."

Yep, Mel changed into again to put an eleventh hour-trend kibosh on Marty and Wendy's happy-ish ending. And this time around, they couldn't buy his silence. "You don't get it, do you?" he sneered, before adding, "You don't get to win… the world doesn't work like that."

That's appropriate mom f–kers, you're happening. this is one bind which you could't get your soulless selves out of. You lose! Hooray… wait, where did Jonah come from and why is he protecting a rifle and why is he pointing it at Mel and never his freakin' parents and there's handiest 10 seconds left of the episode and OH, HELL NO it will possibly't conclusion with…

Yep, that's indeed the way it ended. within the last seconds, Jonah — probably the most few characters on this display with any semblance of a moral compass — murdered an innocent man as his despicable fogeys looked on with pride.

Oh, and speaking of the first rate guys dropping, Ruth's lifeless, too. Blabbermouth Clare Shaw told newly-minted drug cartel bigwig Camila that Ruth become the one who whacked her son and he or she, no longer exceptionally, wasted no time returning the choose.

as a minimum Ruth went out in a blaze of full badass glory, uttering these final phrases as she waited for Camilla to tug the trigger: "I'm no longer sorry. Your son become a murdering bitch. And now i do know where he received it from."

R.I.P., Ruth Langmore. You were an icon. R.I.P., Ozark. You have been frequently infuriating and sporadically surprising and i'm a bit bummed you're long gone.

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