Reporter Britney Sanders stands over Madison's grave telling about her heroic efforts to find the Origami Killer and that she died for it. The cameraman then calls her off and they both leave, with Britney complaining that she is hungry and proving she doesn't care about Madison's death. If Ethan is still alive, he stands from a distance behind the tree, watching over her grave, saddened at the death of his friend (and possible lover).
Britney: Journalist Madison Paige was laid to rest in Charity Cross Cemetery today. Her heroic death while investigating the disappearance of Shaun Mars had made a lasting impression on the whole country. Colleagues from the press are united in paying tribute to this courageous journalist who sacrificed her life in the search for truth. I'm Britney Sanders for ICN.
Cameraman: Ok Britney, it's a wrap...
Britney: Great. Let's get outta here. All this hokey claptrap's made me hungry...
- While this could be considered Madison's second worst ending because she is remembered for her efforts to catch the Origami Killer, it could also be considered her worst ending because she loses her life in the process.
- It can more easily be considered her worst ending if she is murdered by Adrian Baker, since she does not make enough progress or important discoveries to help bring the Origami Killer to justice, nor is she able to assist Ethan any further and determinately start a relationship with him.
- Britney Sanders also appeared in Norman's chapter "Crime Scene."
- This ending, along with "Helpless," "Smoking Mirror" and "Unpunished," are considered by many to be the worst combination of endings. This is because all the main characters except Scott die, including Shaun and Lauren.
- This is the only ending Ethan can appear in outside of his own.
- Ethan is shown wearing the same clothes he wore in "Tears in the Rain."