After many complications (including Mitch leaving the theatre at the last minute to go rose-shopping) the show goes off without a hitch. Mitch and Mickey even kiss onstage during their song "A Kiss at the End of the Rainbow." Six months later, we find that both Mitch (whose mental condition has improved) and Mickey (who now performs at her husband's catheter conventions) hope that the other wasn't misled by the onstage kiss, but agree that it was good to see each other. Meanwhile, the New Main Street Singers' manager has gotten them a (seemingly successful)T.V. show in which they play folk-music loving U.S. Supreme Court justices. The Folksmen, however, are now playing in front of the restroom of a casino, though bass player Mark Shubb has discovered that he was really a woman trapped in a bald man's body, and resolves to spend the rest of his (her?) life as one.