Hunt's university as a feminist studies major, becoming in the process the ideal companion for Hunt.

Seeing no other option, Aldo calls in military assistance, but he is told that an American bomber plane is already on the way to the rave location.

The film ends with an aerial view of the collapsed surrogates along with overlapping news reports of downed surrogates all over the world and how people are now "on their own" again.

As Zoey finally gets her dog, the zombies and humans mingle with each other freely.

Roy is hailed as a hero, and marries his sweetheart Ellie Jackson (Joan Freeman).

The Genie leaves to explore the world, while Aladdin and Jasmine plan their marriage.

Many of the sequences depicted in the film are inaccurate:

Doug, Vicky and Cristina return to the United States; Doug never learns what truly happened, Vicky goes back to her married life, and Cristina is back where she started, still unsure of what she wants from life or love.

They ride off into the sunset on horseback, but stop at a chauffeured stretch limousine and continue outward in the vehicle.

The events in this TV special are also depicted in the Supergirl at Super Hero High novel by Lisa Yee.)

Bree and Toby reconcile, seemingly happy to have each other.

Yo and Emu are last seen riding a speedboat into the sunset.

They promise to forget their past troubles and strive for marital happiness.

Miss Murgatroyd then shows up and claims Shane for her own.

It is loosely based upon the notorious murders by Mark Valera, and later his sister Belinda van Krevel and her then-partner Keith Schreiber, of Frank Arkell and David O'Hearn, and Jack van Krevel, respectively.

The narrator (Ice-T) finishes off by stating that the true heroes are the everyday people who work to make a difference, not the ones who appear in the newspaper or on TV.

Just before the ending credits, the letter "H" appears and expands into the word "hypnosis", and its definition.

Years later, an elderly Michael sits alone in the garden of Don Tommasino's villa and suddenly slumps over in his chair, falling to the ground.

The film ends with the "converted" robot standing outside, looking out over the sea, the same shot used at the intro with Alexa, as the robot pulled her consciousness into his hardware.citation needed

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