How else could "Being Human" have ended without its three leads doing exactly that? The best part about the UK supernatural show's series finale was that it not only showed them losing their supernatural affliction, but realizing that they retained their humanity all along by simply wanting to become human. Of course, what really makes this finale great is that it is so open to interpretation. After all, what does that origami wolf on the mantelpiece really mean: that Tom, Hal and Alex are actually living in a dream and the devil won, that they're using it as a reminder of what they overcame, or something else entirely?
-- Terri Schwartz, Zap2it