But what role is music going to play in the finale?
We've already seen Adam Scott rehearsing his rhinestone-speckled impersonation of the King for the big trivia night, which is "Audrey Hepburn and Elvis"-themed. In the sixth episode, jerky dad Nathan (James Tupper) was looking for a more obscure track with which to one-up Scott. Will the last episode end with them facing off in a bloody Elvis-off? Are you ready for some dad-on-dad action?
Sadly, that seems unlikely. While it's been entertaining, the huffing and puffing between Scott and Tupper about Madeline feels like a red herring. Instead, I bet the final confrontation erupts between two characters with the most violent pasts: gun-touting Woodley's Jane and Nicole Kidman's tennis racket-wielding Celeste. Will they join forces? Or will they be at each other's throats? And, most importantly, what song will be playing when the final confrontation goes down?
Whatever the solution, the fates of the characters seem linked to the lyrics in Michael Kiwanuka's theme song. "I can live or I can die," he sings, outlining the two fates for just about every character on this addicting prestige drama. "I believe if I just try."