Shiri: I want to thank everybody for all the support they have given to the show, and we are all really appreciative that you guys have rallied around the show, because we know if it wasn’t for you, the story wouldn’t have been told for such a long time. It really means a lot to all of us that people have enjoyed what we have been spending many hours doing. I don’t really know what to say, except for thank you.
Jason Behr: I just want to say thank you…thank you for all of your support, and the kindness in your hearts. We couldn’t do this without you.
Adam: I’d love to say that in the year I’ve been here, thanks for all the love and support, and the fans coming out to wherever we have been filming, and checking in on the website, and just being the reason the show even lasted a second and third season, because the fans cared about the show. I certainly appreciate them and I know the rest of the cast does. So there’s nothing left to say but thanks, and keep track of everybody on the show, because everybody’s going to go on to do bigger and better things, so stick with it…stick with us.
William: It’s been a great ride. Thank you. That’s the sentiment for my last day, if it is, in fact, the last day.
Garrett Lerner: I wanted to thank everyone for the outpouring of love and caring. The donations have been amazing, and the Roswell fans have shown their true good nature beyond all expectations. It’s just been incredible, and it makes something awful like this disease make you see something good in humanity. You realize that despite all that my wife and I are dealing with, it makes you see something good in the world. I’ve been lucky and I’ve been touched by the fans, and it’s just been great. And in addition to that, I understand that there’s a Philadelphia party coming up in May with the proceeds to go to FSMA. And hopefully, the Roswell fans will help push the doctors over the edge, and we’ll have a cure for this thing sometime soon. I’ll keep everybody posted as far as that goes.
Nick: (starts singing “Young Guns” by Bon Jovi) Adam, listen to me sing. How’s it go? How’s this f***ing song go again? Oh yeah: You tell me that I’m wanted / Yeah, I’m a wanted man / Lord, I never drew first blood / First blood on no one’s son / Call me young gun. Bon Jovi, everybody! You can see him on Ally McBeal, and the Olympics, when you buy the tape. Well, thanks, if this thing is still on. Thanks to the fans, and I’ll never see you again — I’m killing myself after this!