The Fine Brothers have already spoiled the endings of fifty great movies for you in under five minutes (all in one take, as they point out), so now let them fill you in on the endings of fifty well known novels. (I was going to write "classic" or "great" there, but the Twilight books are on the list, so no. Also, technically the Odyssey is an epic poem. And Raisin in the Sun is a play. I'll stop now.) If you want to go into high school English blissfully ignorant of what happens to George and Lenny, Hester Prynne, and Ethan Frome, do not watch this:
I hate to be a jerk, but as a former Classics major I feel that it's my duty to point out that it's really more correct to say that Odysseus and his son, not his father, return home and kill everyone who would oppose them. Jeez, I am really being a jerk about this video. I'm sorry, Fine Brothers! I enjoyed this, I swear.
Quiz time: what was the last book from that video that you all read? I'm pretty sure for me it's The Great Gatsby.