The ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Series Finale Centers on Midge and Susie’s Friendship

Rachel Brosnahan thinks that the last episode of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel was the best one.

In an interview with Variety, the main character of the Amazon show talked about the ending and how close Susie and Midge were.

In the last episode of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, “Four Minutes,” Rachel Brosnahan, who has won many awards for her part as Midge, gives a powerful performance on “The Gordon Ford Show.”

Even though the show’s rules say that employees can’t be on it, Midge shows up as the house lady writer, with host Gordon Ford (played by Reid Scott). During the show, Midge thinks about making a brave and possibly risky choice, and her manager, Susie, backs her up.

With only four minutes left before a commercial break, Midge takes advantage of the time and performs an inspiring and emotional set, talking about how she wants to live a full life and break the rules.

Midge’s parents and ex-husband are in the crowd to see her amazing performance, which led Ford to call her “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”

The show is about Midge and Susie’s deep friendship and love story. It shows how their lives and dreams are affected by each other.

Brosnahan told Variety that the last scene, which included the famous line “Tits Up,” made everyone in the group cry, especially Brosnahan and Alex Borstein, who play Midge and Susie.

“It was emotional for everyone. But it was really special because we got to close out the chapter together with almost every part of the family, and almost everyone who had been there on the show over multiple seasons. We had to land the plane together, have our big feelings together, and say goodbye to this thing that has changed all our lives. It was the perfect way to end.”