";s:4:"text";s:3477:" He may be imaginary but he's a good friend to Ryan and by getting answers to his past, realizing he's crazy and accepting help (from Wilfred) Ryan can finally be truly happy.
(I'm at work so I'm not gonna use proper punctuation because fuck) Was he really crazy? As Ryan gets into his car, trying to ignore Wilfred, he ends up hitting Wilfred with the car. Ryan comes to the realization of many things that just don't make sense or are not as they had seemed to him (like the basement), and everything will come crashing down and just like the alternative mental journey, the ending will wrap up for this version as well.I think the series will end with two parallel endings: reality and Ryan's mental journey. Because his dad said he believed everything So the possibility that is was all true is still out thereRyan was really crazy. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Let's look at what went down and what the swarms of rats haunting him really represent. I think Ryan is lost now. I saw the ending as his was of deciding to "stop digging" That he was just accepting this because he needed to move past all of this Anyone else see it that way?