A good ending to a great show.
In the last episode of the television series, Johnny asks Al Swearengen whether Jen suffered when Al murdered her. Afterwards, Al mutters to himself 'wants me to tell him something pretty'. Well, the show didn't tell us something pretty in its final moments, but this did. It sits atop a mountain of nostalgia and sentiment but there's a surprising amount of grit and substance too. It's much better than this type of thing usually is. Perhaps too, there is some added poignancy given the interval of time and how the characters have visibly aged since we last saw them.
This is the second time I've watched this but the first time I've watched it immediately after binge-watching the show, and I have to say that it benefits from that.