|“||This is it!||”|
— Zoltan to the ANTs
Everyone accompanies Zoltan to the opening of the new flagship Z-Store in NYC. Chyna connects with a street performer named Hudson, who puts on a tough guy persona to impress her. Meanwhile, Fletcher gets the opportunity to move to NY as an artist in residence at a museum. 
- China Anne McClain as Chyna Parks
- Sierra McCormick as Olive Doyle
- Jake Short as Fletcher Quimby
- Stefanie Scott as Lexi Reed
- Aedin Mincks as Angus Chestnut
- Roshon Fegan as Hudson
- This is the final episode of the series, it was revealed by China Anne McClain 
- This episode marks the last appearance of Chyna Parks, Olive Doyle, Fletcher Quimby, Angus Chestnut, Lexi Reed, and Zoltan Grundy.
- The last words ever spoken on A.N.T. Farm were spoken by Olive, which were, "Holla!"
- it is possible that Fletcher and Olive were dating a few months as of this episode because Angus said "of course, your bed will be replaced with a soft pretzel machine" then Fletcher responded with "I know, you did that two months ago" but in the past episodes like UnwANTed when Fletcher and Olive started dating, Fletcher's bed was there. Although, the machine might have been removed.
- Fletcher and Olive break up due to Fletcher leaving.
- Fletcher leaves the A.N.T. Farm for a fellowship in New York.
- Fletcher's grandma Dottie is shown and revealed to be his step-grandmother.
- Some fans believe that it is possible that this wasn't supposed to be the series finale, because it just could've been Fletcher leaving since his portrayer starred in the new show Mighty Med. However, this rumor is probably false, considering that MM had already aired at this point. Some fans have argued that Fletcher could've been replaced with Hudson for Season 4 as they saw in the final scene, just like how Hannah Montana removed Oliver from Season 4.
- A.N.T. Farm offically ends with Fletcher moving to New York to follow his dream of being an artist, Olive and Fletcher breaking up, and Hudson moving to Palo Alto to go to the Z-school.
To view the The new york experiANTs gallery, click here.