There are tears, defiant stomping, waving off cameras, refusal to talk to producers, a sabotage accusation, and, of course, the requisite declaration that he will return and win it all."I swear to God I'm coming back next year and I'm going to win," he insists. More Than Words Award: had its most awkward goodbye when Sean realizes that his feelings for Sarah — the girl with whom he shared his first solo date — have not progressed. "I always liked that joke." What were your best moments?While on her death bed, she confesses to the president that she and the rest of the "Illuminati" rigged the election — information she plans to turn over to David Rosen. Suddenly Karen, Ivy and a couple of other random hot girls pop up, Robert Palmer-style, in hot-pink heels and skin-tight black dresses to belt the Eurythmics' classic "Would I Lie to You? She politely shakes Haskins' hand and offers a half-smile before getting on with the game. Little does Harris know, although he is protected by the law, he is not protected from Ann's wrath. She pulls a gun from her purse and shoots Harris in the chest. Most Cold-Blooded: As if hasn't been intense enough already this season, the person behind Fitz's shooting is finally revealed: It was Verna! Most Meta Reference, Part 3: You oughta know that Robin Sparkles went through a grunge phase back in the '90s on ?
, Mindy finally confronts the guy she's been dating — Jaime (B. Novak) — about his best friend, who seems to be the Sally to his Harry.
After an intense line of questioning from Mindy in the line to go to the top of the Empire State Building, Jaime realizes he actually in love with his best friend.