None of these dangling threads is as potentially mind-blowing and Lost-like as the reveal that comes at the end of the episode. As Kevin gets ready to burn the gospel Matt has been writing for him, he looks into the sky and sees a bird, which the camera follows to what appears to be a dove farm in Australia. Like the ones from the prologue, these birds also have little messages tied to their feet.
A woman with her face obscured then uses her bike to transport these possibly prophetic doves to a nun at a church. "Don't usually get so many so close together," says the nun. "Love is in the air." After paying the dove-transporter for her troubles, the nun asks her a question: "Sarah, does the name Kevin mean anything to you?"
That's when we get the big reveal: The dove-transporter is an older Nora, Kevin's romantic partner throughout most of the series and probably the show's most compelling character. "No," says Nora, denying her relationship with Kevin in a way that brings to mind Peter's denial of Jesus in the New Testament. Besides the Bible, the final moment might also remind you of the spine-tingling "we have to go back" scene from Lost's Season 3 finale, when the concept of the "flash-forward" was first introduced.