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Come Here, Let's Cry About "The Leftovers" Finale Together

Nothing was answered. Everything was answered. And then I cried like a baby for two days straight.

Posted on June 6, 2017, at 6:13 p.m. ET

The Leftovers series finale aired this past Sunday, and I am still crying about how heartbreaking/hopeful/perfect it was. So we're gonna talk about it.

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Carrie Coon (Nora) was amazing, just mail her the Emmy now.

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Actually, just mail Christopher Eccleston (Matt) his Emmy in the same package to save on shipping costs.

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Oh, and the wedding speech. My heart.

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But the thing we really need to talk about is Justin Theroux's Face and how, over the course of the finale, it conveyed every human emotion on the spectrum.

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He displayed the entire spectrum in his FIRST SCENE ALONE, when Kevin showed up at Nora's door and saw her for the first time in years.

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And when Kevin sees Nora walk in at the wedding he was sure she wouldn't come to, his Face did this:

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Then she sat down, and his Face did this:

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When he explained to Nora why he never remarried after so many years, his Face did many exquisite things:

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And when they danced, my god, THE FACE:

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But this all pales, PALES, in comparison to everything Justin Theroux's Face did when he gave Nora his big speech about searching for her all these years:

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Come on:

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Come ONNNN:

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Just focus on that Face:

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Great, good talk, time to go cry for another two days.

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