Me too. And that song by Sia was a great way to end. It comes up on my iPod at least once every 2-3 weeks, and I'm still not sick of it. The only time I didn't like the show was when David was such a sniveling character and was kidnapped. I felt that storyline was over the top. If they'd been more convincing that David couldn't have escaped, or that he secretly was titilated by his kidnapping, maybe I would have understood what they were trying to do, but it just came across as sensationalistic to the point of exploitative.
THAT said, I still enjoyed the show and the buttons it pushed and the topics it explored. It was pretty fearless about getting under the skin. It felt pretty real at times. Nothing else comes close.