I loved it.
Emotionally It was the worst for me actually during the scene with Jim and the goodbye to Pam. It started to get difficult when Dwight read his letter. I thought the episode was just about perfect. I am satisfied. I got misty, actually, at Michael's slow realization that as a good manager he actually has created a self-sustaining branch. He did a good job. When he looked back and your gut wanted to scream "YOU IDIOTS HE'S LEAVING SAY BYE OR AT LEAST LOOK AT HIM" - he didn't need that --things were operating smootly enough for him to look back and walk away. Huge jump in maturity.
Pam getting to the airport in time
Carell obviously crying - wow. Redline.
The behind the scenes blooper thing they do for this season's DVD is going to be brutal when they reveal how hard a time they had getting through a couple of those exchanges. Jim's eyelashes reveal that their exchange was not completed on the first try. So moving.
When they're all really, actually crying... I mean without exception it got me.
On a brighter note, Michael's reaction to Oscar's present was amazing, how hard he laughed. That was super well done.
I'm satisfied. Seriously. Going into this season I realized they had a lot of ground to cover and I was hoping we'd learn something about where "Threat Level Midnight" is, and where Michael's book "Somehow I Manage" is, but I really didn't expect it. It's nice that it happened. Both.
It was a standout for Andy, Jim, Pam, Dwight, but GOOOOODDDD I am going to miss Steve Carell on the show