"In Plain Sight" came to end on May 4. While it was sad to see it go, it ended well and the conclusion was heartwarming and gratifying.
Keeping in mind the circumstances of the past season, the closure of the show couldn't be better. The highlight of the final episode was Marshall and Mary finally having the much-anticipated talk on the rooftop.
The love vibe between them had almost died out in the previous episodes, but viewers were still hoping for a heartfelt expression of love when he finally got Mary to listen to him. However, "In Plain Sight" decided to take a different route. In the series finale, Mary and Marshall acknowledge that they're soul mates but can not make each other happy. Marshall admits that he will always put Mary first if he feels like she needs him, and Mary says that above all she wants to see Marshall happy. Abigail makes him happy and he intends to have a life with her.
Marshall (Frederick Welller) and Stan (Paul Ben-Victor) both get promoted, while Mary finally makes peace with the memories of her dad and runaway bride Brandi (Nichole Hiltz) returns mature and wiser.
According to hollywoodreporter.com, series stars McCormack and Weller gave an interview to THR and talked about their feelings regarding "In Plain Sight".
Weller said, "There were moments between takes we were cracking up so much."
"It was nonsense and we couldn’t stop laughing. I tried to kick a door in for one scene and my foot went through the door and got stuck. Mary ruined three takes after that because she couldn’t get it together and that’s the stuff that’s hard to translate but it will stick with me forever,” Weller further said.
McCormack said that she would miss her relationship with Fred. She believes that the chemistry between Mary and Marshal is remarkable and most memorable for her. She said, "Mostly what I’ll miss is Fred because we worked really well together. I don’t think we ever had an argument. We are like best friends; I’m his Godmother to his daughter.”
McCormack also disclosed, "We are really partners in real-life. We have each other's backs and make each other laugh. We spend a lot of hours together and we always enjoy it. I think I’ll miss that most."