Dawn saves Jim's life, they are rescued, and the whole fiasco seems to be over.
Jim sees Push as not a town, but as a huge money-laundering operation, with Sloman as the head, and the three well-dressed men as the muscles. But Jim still wonders who sent the fax that led to his investigation.
Mary passes the Bible back to Job. Jim tries to leave Push, but some residents still have some unfinished business with him, including Mary, who kisses him.
When Jim goes home, he takes back his ex-wife. And suddenly, he feels his new life with Darlene is becoming very much like his experience in Push.
Derek Cecil, the actor who played Jim, tells viewers that the whole thing is a real conspiracy, and they should go to www.pushtimes.com.