In fact, the entire battle wrapped up with a birth, a death and the clones finding their ultimate freedom within the first 30 minutes of the episode.
That left plenty of time to explore the theme of freedom and what it actually meant to Sarah, Helena, Cosima and Alison as the show jumped forward three months in time to a happier place where the family could finally celebrate being together.
It was a happy ending not often seen these days on television, and one that creators John Fawcett and Graeme Manson always had in their heads when they first began developing this show more than a decade ago. THR caught up with the duo to get their take on wrapping up the cult-favorite show, inserting one final Easter egg for fans and how the Clone Club might live on in the future.
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