Ozark Saison 4 Ending Explained: What’s Happened ?


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Season 4 of Ozark has ended. Even for critically-acclaimed shows, endings can be difficult. But, after five years, Ozark has finally reached its final chapter. Did it have a satisfying ending? It all depends on who you ask.

Ozark started in 2017. Marty Byrde, a Chicago accountant (Jason Bateman), made a deal for his safety. Marty and Wendy Linney, his wife his, were involved in the cartel by the time we reached season four ‘s second part.

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They had set up a casino in order to launder millions of dollars, had a lot of blood on their hands, and were trying to work with the FBI and the cartel to reach a deal that would allow them to leave town and start over.

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The couple found themselves in tight situations throughout Ozark’s four seasons. They were able to escape at the last moment. As season four’s second part began, the walls were closing in on them. Could they pull off a final Houdini trick?

Ozark Saison 4 Ending Explained: What's Happened ?

It can be hard to please devoted fans, as the petition to remake Game of Thrones’ last season shows. Fans are split by some of the events in the final episode. Here’s the ending. Warning!

A miraculous escape

Before we move on to the next big moment, let’s briefly touch upon the car accident that opened season 4 part 1. The scene shows the entire Byrde family in their family car, talking about their move to Chicago after they have finished with the Ozarks. Marty loses track of time in the euphoria and turns off the road, causing the car to flip over and tumble off the road.

A miraculous escape

It turned out that it was not a dream. The crash occurs in the middle episode. However, it is unlikely that anyone is injured. This happens after the second season’s most important subplot, Wendy’s dad Nathan Davis trying get custody of Jonah and Charlotte. He plays the role of worried grandpa and Wendy suffers a panic attack that leads her to a mental hospital.

Ruth Langmore interrogates Nathan and reveals that he is nothing but a vindictive dad who took Jonah, Charlotte away in order to spite Wendy. After Nathan Davis is held by Ruth at gunpoint, Jonah and Charlotte decide to reunite to Wendy and Marty.

A miraculous escape

The dramatic, but not insignificant crash that ends their happy car ride home is what makes them smile.

Camila is the new boss

Camila claims to be an expert on cartel politics, but she orders Omar to be killed in prison. Omar survived the assassination attempt. He suspects that one of the cartel ranks was responsible. Further treachery: Camila and the Byrdes plot to overthrow Omar. They organize yet another hit, and Camila agrees to the FBI deal that will see Omar wipe out the entire cartel.

Camila is the new boss

Camila is forced to leave Omar behind when her plan goes wrong. Realizing something was wrong, Omar tells Camila that Javi was n’t killed and that he does n’t know who he did he. He only knows what Wendy Byrde told Omar. Camila accepts him, but she continues with the assassination. Omar Navarro is finally taken out after four years of pulling strings.

Final scenes of the episode focus on the Byrde Family Foundation gala. Here, big donors come through to make the Byrdes’ dreams come true. This gala attracts big-ticket donors so that they can return to Chicago as charitable owners of a large non-profit. They did it. Until Camila joins the party.

Camila is the new boss

Clare Shaw is confronted by Camila about Javi’s death. Camila tells Shaw that she will forgive her for keeping the information secret if she discloses it now. However, Shaw would be exposed to all manner of unpublishable issues if she discovered Shaw had been lying. Shaw cries and tells Camila Ruth Langmore that she did it. Shaw lies though and tells Camila that Ruth Langmore did it.

Camila calls one of her henchmen and orders him to kill Marty and Wendy and their children if Wendy or Marty fail to notify Ruth in advance. Camila is coming for Camila. We see Wendy and Marty discussing their options, and they realize that none of them have any. After four seasons of struggling to get out of difficult situations, they are now completely powerless. They are safe but cannot save Ruth, which is both painful and frustrating for them.

Camila is the new boss

Ruth Langmore, a member of the Byrde family, takes to the stage at the gala. Camila confronts her outside her home her. She is aware of what’s ahead, but she refuses to give up until the end. Camila is told by her, “I’m not sorry.” “Your son was a murdering tyrant. I now know from where he got it.” Camila shoots Ruth in the heart.

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Chris Mundy, the showrunner of Ozark, explained to Vanity Fair that Ruth would have been too far removed from Ozark if she survived. Mundy stated to the publication that she wanted everyone to be able to make choices in the seven last episodes. “Ruth can take revenge or not. She knows that if she does, it will unleash things that could end up with her being hurt.”

Ruth Langmore: One for Ruth

Ruth Langmore: One for Ruth

Instead of the Byrde family, Ruth Langmore is the main news story from the Ozark final. Ruth Langmore is not happy, while the Byrdes might get a happy ending. Camila Navarro was the new boss of the cartel and shot Ruth to death.

Julia Garner plays Ruth. Her turbulent relationship her with Marty is particularly compelling in Ozark’s initial three seasons. Season four, part one concluded with Ruth running down a highway to find Javier, Omar Navarro’s nephew. Remember that much of the story of season four revolved around Omar’s fear of Javier, his ambitious, hotheaded nephew his. Omar makes a deal with FBI to stop Javi from taking control of the situation. Javi had just killed Darlene Snell, Wyatt Langmore. Wyatt was Ruth’s closest relative to her, and the one she hoped would end her “Langmore curse” that saw her die prematurely or get in jail.

Ruth Langmore: One for Ruth

Ruth wanted to exact revenge on her cousin’s murder. She got her revenge.

Season four, part 2, episode 2. Ruth traps Javi and kills him. It happened in Shaw Medical’s offices. Ruth steals the dinner between Clare Shaw, Shaw Medical CEO, and the Byrdes. (The cartel via Wendy made a deal in season four with Shaw to supply cheap heroin, which is a key ingredient of many pharmaceutical products. Shaw would then make a substantial donation to Wendy’s foundation. She demands Shaw bring Javi to the office and sign a contract giving stock to Javi’s mom.

Ruth Langmore: One for Ruth

Ruth is fortunate that Omar Navarro took credit for Javi’s murder. Navarro plots with the Byrdes while he is in prison to regain control over his cartel his. Marty is sent to Mexico by Navarro to inform the cartel about his involvement in the killing of Javi, an over-ambitious teenager. Marty also meets Camila, the sister of Omar, and mother to Javi.

Jonah is made a Byrde once more

The Byrde family arrives at their house moments after Ruth is killed during the gala. Marty and Wendy run in, while the kids are horrified at Ruth’s fate and their inability her of doing anything about it.

Jonah is made a Byrde once more

Marty is seated at the family table with his head in his hands. The camera pans out to show that the glass door has been broken. Someone has been in there.

It turned out to be Mel Sattem who is a disgraced excop and private investigator. In season four, part one, he made his Ozark debut as a private investigator investigating the disappearance Helen Pierce. In an attempt to find Ben Davis, he returns to Ozark and works for Nathan Davis. Because Ben’s antics could have literally caused the family to be murdered, Wendy ordered Ben’s death in season 3. Ruth and the Byrdes know this, of course.

Jonah is made a Byrde once more

Sattem finds out that Wendy had been lying about her last encounter with Ben. He also gets photo evidence that Wendy took Ben to the diner where he last appeared. Marty and Wendy take him out as a key asset to Nathan Davis’ effort to have a court separate Jonah from Charlotte. He is not violent, but sweet diplomacy.

Sattem has been seeking vindication since his arrival on the show. Sattem was fired by the Chicago PD after stealing cocaine from evidence, but he appeared to be a legitimate, well-intentioned officer. He is now drug-free and wants to return to the force. Marty and Wendy, who are well-connected with Midwest officials, help him get reinstated. There’s one catch. Sattem must leave immediately if he wants to be reinstated. He cannot testify in court against the Byrds.

Jonah is made a Byrde once more

He leaves when he wants. Sattem was at Ruth Langmore’s Lazy-O Motel. He checks out and heads back to Chicago. He notices the large goat cookie container he found in Langmore’s trailer at the Lazy O. Although he doesn’t realize it, Ruth had been keeping Ben’s ashes there.

He can’t get back to Chicago when he returns. He thinks about the Byrds and that cookie jar. It clicked: Ben wanted to purchase a farm and raise goats. Ruth was keeping Ben’s ashes in a cookie jar with a goat theme. The Byrdes were coldly beaten by the ashes of Wendy’s brother her. The Byrdes attempt to buy Sattem off, but he refuses.

Jonah is made a Byrde once more

“You don’t get to win. He says that you don’t get the chance to be the Kennedys or the Kochs. “The world doesn’t work that way.” Wendy responds: “Since when?”

We hear a gun cock. Jonah Byrde is the one who has been estranged for part one and two. His parents ‘immoral acts his are still a mystery to him, and he is particularly frustrated by his mother ‘s inexplicable behavior her. He is still there, firing a gun at an investigator who wants to do the right thing. Marty and Wendy watch with pride as Jonah accepts their family his and all that they have done.

Jonah is made a Byrde once more

We hear a gunshot as the screen fades into black. Jonah shot who or what? Is it possible that he shot Sattem or the cookie jar in an attempt to erase all evidence against his family his? Many speculate that Jonah would not have killed Sattem if he had the sharpest sense of justice.

According to Chris Mundy, Jonah was the one who shot Sattem. Mundy explained to Vanity Fair, that Jonah’s muder of Sattem was “the family being restored together through this act de violence.” The screen doesn’t show the killing, so it is left open-ended. What, if anyone, did Jonah shoot?

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