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, the end of “Hang the DJ” offers up a closing twist that forces the audience to rethink everything they’ve seen so far.

The setup and the flip work like this: Two attractive young people named Frank and Amy meet on a date, and we learn they’ve been matched together by a compatibility algorithm known as the “System.” They have a really good first date, but the System also gives their relationship a quick expiration date, so they part ways and move on to seeing other people.

No subsequent partner is ever as emotionally satisfying, and through various ups and downs, Frank and Amy decide they’re meant to be together, regardless of what the System wants to force on them.

They flee to the edge of the compound, climb up a massive ladder while the world around them begins to disintegrate, and then they do as well, surrounded by dozens of dissolving identical Frank and Amy doppelgängers.

In the last moments of “Hang the DJ,” we cut to a scene that suddenly registers as the “real” world, with real-life versions of Frank and Amy.

They’re in a crowded bar, much less sanitized and sparse than the world-size West Elm catalogue we’ve seen for most of the episode.

They look at their phones, and a dating app informs them that they’re a 99.8 percent compatibility match.

The Frank and Amy we’ve been following this whole time, we realize, were computer simulations, merely one pair in a collection of 1,000 dating scenarios.

In 998 of those simulations, Frank and Amy feel so dedicated to one another that they decide to rebel against the System, escape everything they know, and choose each other.

In the real world, Amy and Frank look at one another and smile, nervous and excited and hopeful about the prospect of this nearly guaranteed magic relationship.

episodes, “Hang the DJ” is most obviously in conversation with season three’s standout hour “San Junipero.” In that episode, two women named Yorkie and Kelly fall for each other in a post-death virtual-reality world, and one of them forgoes her earthly belief system, deciding instead to live forever with her new love.

“San Junipero” is far and away the most hopeful and optimistic of ’s anthology-style episodes.

Like the rest of the series, it plays with ideas from creator Charlie Brooker’s stable of obsessions: death and the afterlife, minds separated from their physical bodies, the complexity of human relationships when combined with paradigm-shifting technology.

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