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  • n. The promotional or advertisement term used to describe the final episode of a television program, usually a situation comedy or a drama.


The term came into use in American television in the early 1990s, as a variation of the term season finale. Prior to that, closing episodes were originally called the "final episode" or "last episode." (Wiktionary)


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