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It has been a long journey full of LSD and yoga, but it has all come to an end. This week the last episode of Nine Perfect strangers, the miniseries by David E. Kelley and Jonathan Levine about what it really means to be okay. And you better believe that the ending was just as shocking as anything else in this twisted series. Based on Liane Moriarty’s novel of the same name, Nine Perfect Strangers follows a group of people who go on a mysterious wellness retreat to heal from their personal demons. But once they find out they’ve been drugged as part of an experimental treatment plan, this retreat goes from heaven to hell. Wondering how? Nine Perfect Strangers ends? Here’s what happens to Carmel and how it differs from the book. You can watch the series on Amazon Prime Video.

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With a lot of drug use. But you expected it, didn’t you? At the end of episode 7, Carmel (Regina Hall) removed a contact and revealed her white eye. That revelation confirmed everything. Carmel was the one who shot Masha (Nicole Kidman) all those years ago, an attack that led to Masha founding Tranquillum House. Carmel found out that Masha was sleeping with her husband and went crazy before coming to this resort to see what Masha has been up to. So yeah, all the psychotic vibes you got from Carmel are right. But instead of kicking her out, Masha forgave Carmel and put her in a sensory deprivation room.

After literally confronting her enemy, Masha left with the Marconi family. Remember how Masha took LSD to make sure Napoleon (Michael Shannon), Heather (Asher Keddie), and Zoe (Grace Van Patten) thought it was safe to see their dead son on a drug trip? Yes, you left out some important details. The biggest omission was revealed by Lars (Luke Evans), who explained that the last time Masha drugged someone as intensely as the Marconis, they died. Although they knew the risks, the Marconis continued on the drug journey. And it worked! They saw the late Zach (Hal Cumpston) one last time and got closure. But they weren’t the only ones.

Another big reveal from Lars? Apparently, the only reason Masha was interested in reconnecting with deceased people through drugs was because she lost her own daughter. As the Marconis chase Zach, Masha caught a glimpse of her own daughter. That explains five of the strangers. And the other four?

Anyway, Frances (Melissa McCarthy) and Tony (Bobby Cannavale) and Jessica (Samara Weaving) and Ben (Melvin Gregg) decided to leave Tranquillum House. There was only one problem. None of them could find his car. While looking for a way out, they found Carmel locked in the sensory deprivation room. Masha and Yao (Manny Jacinto) opened the room for them, but when they were all inside, Masha and Yao closed the room again. What made it worse was that this time they could hear the crackling of the fire and smell the smoke.

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Finally, Frances realized the door was open so they could escape. By the way, that fake fire? It was all a life-threatening therapy tactic on the part of Masha herself. Towards the end of the finale, the police arrived thanks to a tip from Delilah (Tiffany Boone). Masha is arrested while rocking the lost girl.

Like the book it’s based on, the final episode of Nine Perfect Strangersoffers a kind of sequel. It starts as soon as Frances starts writing, we can’t be quite sure if this is really going on or if Frances is making it all up. But anyway, it’s a good thought. After that, France and Tony are still dating and Tony is back in touch with his daughters. The Marconis are once again closer to becoming a happy family. Lars returns to his friend, ready to have a child. Carmel has started her own therapy group, something she desperately needs since she was shot. And in the biggest twist of all, Jessica and Ben have used some of their lottery winnings to take over Tranquillum House. It’s a beautiful, happy ending that leaves little to no room for a sequel.

How does the ending of the book differ?

The Hulu adaptation basically followed the actual ending of the book. The fire during a drug trip was a big part of the novel, and just like in the series, Masha is arrested. But there were also some pretty big changes. The biggest has to do with Carmel. In the book, Carmel is just a rich and angry woman fighting for a divorce. She’s not the gunman who almost killed Masha. Instead, that shooter was a random person. Likewise, Masha never feels threatened by ominous phone calls or texts in the book. Then there’s the after. In the novel, Frances and Tony eventually get married, something that is implied but not explicitly stated in the series. Jessica and Ben broke up instead of staying together to take care of this retreat. It is even suggested that Ben and Zoe start some kind of relationship. Nine Perfect Strangers and the book is almost the same.

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