"Mimasaka-san. You're the kindest and most mature member of F4. Nishikado-san. You're the biggest playboy among the F4, but you're actually a very genuine person. You always gave me that push in the back and encouraged me to live my own life. Hanazawa Rui. You were my first love. You were always there for me, and you understood me the bast. I truly can't say "thank you" to you enough times. And finally, to the guy I was destined to be with, Domyoji Tsukasa. From now on and forever and ever and ever I'll always be with you."
Umi Nakajima continues to take advantage of Tsukasa Domyoji's amnesia and tags along on the trip to the mountains. Tsukasa and Tsukushi Makino get lost in the snowstorm, and finally remembers her. At Tsukushi's prom, Tsukasa proposes to her as their friends congratulate them.
Tsukushi uses the proverb "hana yori dango" (花よりだんご,"hana yori dango" , lit. "dumplings over flowers"), meaning "someone who prefers practical gain to aesthetics". It is also a reference to the title of the show, which gets its name from the proverb.