Every senior knows that the last day of high school is a time for reflection — and none know this better than the graduating class in The Secret Life of the American Teenager. In an episode which gave us a nostalgic look back over the entire series, it may be hard to recall the finer details of our favorite characters' futures and how the show ended. But luckily, we're here to remind you!
Amy was determined to marry Ricky.
Despite everyone else thinking that she would bolt to New York as soon as she graduated.
And despite what everyone thought about the match.
Grace had second thoughts about her engagement to Jack.
In fact, she seemed to be regretting their entire history together.
But to be fair, she had a good reason to.
It's not like Jack had been entirely faithful to her, after all.
These two cuties got back together.
Love triumphed in the end for Henry and Alice.
Ben never really got over his infatuation with Amy.
There's just something about first loves that will do that to you.
Amy, Adrian, and Grace had this moving moment.
It was so nice to see them reconciled before taking their next big steps.
Grace called off her engagement with Jack.
She seemed pretty down about the decision, even though it was the right one.
Oh wait ...
Yep, she was fine!
Adrian came to accept her single status.
It was great to see her come to this place of inner strength.
But then ...
Yes, that's right — Omar came back for her!
Things didn't end so well for Amy and Ricky, though.
Amy realized she needed to go to college in order to be truly happy, even if that meant leaving Ricky and John.
There was an exchange of harsh words.
We know they didn't mean it!
But they managed to come to an agreement.
In order to ensure John had a happy childhood, they realized they needed to make things work as friends.
And we were left with this final, moving scene between Ricky and John.
[Sound of our hearts collectively breaking into teeny tiny pieces.]
Are you ready to binge The Secret Life of the American Teenager? Let us know!
You can watch the entire show right here on Freeform with no sign-in.