One of the most thrilling elements of the finale is Amy Sosa’s return. She arrives at the “SuperStore” determined to help her former colleagues avoid the closure of store 1217.

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Amy’s return to support her former colleagues illustrates who she is. The character of Amy will always be more concerned with her Cloud 9 family than with any corporate work. Employees at Store 1217 are now ready to take on Zephra and save their store, thanks to Amy’s constant updates. They are hopeful that they will be among the 5% of Cloud 9 locations that will remain available.

And with Amy by their side, there’s not much they can do. Despite a brave attempt, Zephra intends to turn the 1217 store into a distribution center, casting doubt on everyone’s future. All except Amy. But one thing we do know about Amy is that she is deeply loyal and protective of her Cloud 9 family. But it is very much in her character to step down from her leadership role at Sephora. .

Since everyone has lost their jobs, the entire finale revolves around the characters reflecting on their future plans while remembering their time at Cloud 9. Many characters, especially Mateo, find it difficult because their future is uncertain. Mateo deserved to be promoted to floor supervisor in Superstore Season 4. He excelled in all endeavors he pursued, including as a housekeeper, floor supervisor, eye center worker and assistant. of the director.

Mateo’s story is intertwined with that of Glenn, who faces a grim future after the closure of Store 1217, which forced him into retirement. Mateo, for his part, emphasizes that no one is pressuring him to withdraw; he can find a job elsewhere. Dina’s plot shows how far she’s progressed since Superstore’s first season. She thought that everyone could be replaced at the start of the show. Dina didn’t care about any staff member, and she despised most, if not all.

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Dina now understands the strengths and weaknesses of each employee. She is unable to make a decision as she loves and appreciates all of her workers which is a sign of her growth. There’s strong character development and engaging ongoing storylines … which makes for a perfect frenzy, but not so much that it’s unattainable to those who want to start watching right away without needing to catch up. .

The Superstore Finale met all of our expectations and more. It’s unusual to see a film’s finale so well done, but Superstore pulls it off.

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