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Spoilers ahead! The two-part season finale of NBC’s “Superstore” can be found below. However, this has been a while now; I’ve just started watching it and am in love!

As of right now, “Cloud 9 has been closed.”

It was the end of an era for Dina in her police officer Halloween costume after six seasons of “Superstore” on NBC, which included a tornado, a sex tape, a pandemic, and many other events—Cloud 9’s time at the store ended in typical “Superstore” fashion, with slushy vomit, tears from Glenn (Mark McKinney), and a happy ending.

Tonally similar sitcoms like Parks and Recreation and Community were more popular than “Superstore” during its six-season run, but they never achieved the same success or acclaim. “Superstore” was less flashy than its contemporaries.

Still, it thrived because it featured a group of working-class, predominantly minority people of colour in the middle of the country as its protagonists.

America Ferrera, the show’s most prominent star, announced her departure at the start of this final season. But the show persevered despite her absence.

While many network TV shows have attempted to use the COVID-19 pandemic in their plots, “Superstore” was one of the few to do so successfully by finding humor in our global tragedy when it returned last October.

It was a sweet, satisfying finale, but “Superstore” always felt like a show that could have lasted another decade. The six of us, on the other hand, were a delight.

How "Superstore," an undervalued but brilliant NBC series, said goodbye in its final episode.

She correctly predicted that Zephra, the parent company of Cloud 9, had plans to close most of its big-box stores after last week’s visit from Cloud 9 founder’s son, Cheyenne.

For the first time in months, Amy (Ferrera) was reunited with her ex-boyfriend, Jonah (Ben Feldman), when she flew back to St. Louis to help save the store from bankruptcy.

How "Superstore," an undervalued but brilliant NBC series, said goodbye in its final episode.

America Ferrera reprised her role as Amy in the series finale of “Superstore,” returning to her old store to say her goodbyes while wearing her Cloud 9 vest.

In the series finale of “Superstore,” America Ferrera’s Amy returned to her old store to say her goodbyes in her Cloud 9 vest.

By making Cloud 9 a “perfect store” when an evaluator visits, employees initially believe they can get one of Zephra’s remaining 5% of stores to be spared. If it doesn’t work, Cheyenne will have some more attractive friends serve as the greeters and clean up the usual messes.

How "Superstore," an undervalued but brilliant NBC series, said goodbye in its final episode.

However, when Justine (Kelly Schumann) discovers a bag of severed feet in the bedding section, the flawless store operation is jeopardised (a not-unusual occurrence). Jonah, Amy, Dina (Lauren Ash), Glenn, and Cheyenne surround them with a large display of La Croix seltzer boxes to conceal them from the evaluator.

Marcus (Jon Barinholtz) quickly sees the feet and (understandably) starts screaming, so it doesn’t work for long.

How "Superstore," an undervalued but brilliant NBC series, said goodbye in its final episode.

Amy confronts the Zephra evaluator and begs her to keep the store open after the police arrive. Jonah defends the store on the local news – when the reporter would rather he say something salacious about all the severed feet that have surfaced there over the years.

The evaluator concludes that the store will continue to operate, but only as a fulfilment hub. Only a few of the company’s employees will remain in their positions as it shifts its operations online. Amy quits because she is disgusted.

How "Superstore," an undervalued but brilliant NBC series, said goodbye in its final episode.
SUPERSTORE — “Costume Competition” Episode 404 — Pictured: (l-r) Nico Santos as Mateo, America Ferrera as Amy — (Photo by: Eddy Chen/NBC)

Liquidation signs and almost empty shelves are all left of the store. Glenn quickly enlists Amy’s assistance on the floor after she stops by to say her goodbyes, and she dons the blue Cloud 9 vest one last time. A gloomy atmosphere pervades the store. A job managing the fulfilment centre was offered to Dina, but she can only bring five employees with her.

Mateo (Nico Santos) is terrified of being an undocumented immigrant and having to find another job. Despite having worked at the store for two decades, Garrett (Colton Dunn) tries to act as if it were all for nought. Glenn is about to embark on an aimless, unanticipated phase of his life after work (and annoying Mateo as he sulks).

Saying Goodbye: 'Superstore' Ends Brilliantly on NBC

Amy tries to tell Jonah that she regrets breaking up with him before she moves to California. On the other hand, Jonah is wary of letting her back into his heart. However, he’s pleased that she’s finally figured out what she wants, but he hasn’t yet.

For the first time, we see a young Amy, Garrett, Dina, and Jonah in their pompous but warm-hearted state, thanks to Glenn’s old tapes of the interviews he secretly recorded with the employees. After a long time at Cloud 9, Amy inquires about Jonah’s reasons for staying.

Saying Goodbye: 'Superstore' Ends Brilliantly on NBC

She was the apparent recipient, he explains. Jonah kisses her right as she says she’ll wait for him as he did. And now everything is back to normal in the world of Cloud 9.

How "Superstore," an undervalued but brilliant NBC series, said goodbye in its final episode.

As Garrett bids farewell to the remaining customers, he attempts to be lighthearted. Nevertheless, he can’t help but give a heartfelt speech about how much the store and the people who work there mean to him in the final moments.

A look at everyone’s lives after Cloud 9, then a flashback to significant events in the series: Dina brought Sandra (Kaliko Kauahi), Marcus, and Justine to the fulfilment centre with her, and Amy and Jonah finally tied the knot.

How "Superstore," an undervalued but brilliant NBC series, said goodbye in its final episode.

Finally, we’re brought back to the present day, and the store has closed. We won’t miss the store, but we’ll miss the people who work there.

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