“Girls” Season 6 stars Allison Williams, Lena Dunham, Jemima Kirke and Zosia Mamet officially said goodbye to their fans in the series finale on Sunday, April 16. HBO

“Girls” Season 6 aired its series finale episode on Sunday night, but co-showrunner Jenni Konner said there was one scene that was cut from the installment.

While speaking with TV Line, the executive producer said that they wanted to introduce Lena Dunham’s and Allison Williams’ stand-ins over the past six seasons. Cara Guglielmino and Lytle Harper should’ve made their television debut in the scene that was cut due to time constraints. “We were really happy to put Cara and Lytle in the show and it was heartbreaking to let go of that scene for that reason. We love them. They were the greatest,” she said.

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Konner also shared that the scene wouldn’t have made an impact on the entire finale episode. It would’ve merely showed Hannah eating and then realizing she didn’t have the money to pay for her food. As a result, she would skip out on the check.

Meanwhile, after “Girls” wrapped up, lead star, director, writer and executive producer Dunham shared a touching note via her Instagram account. She posted a photo of her handwritten letter which she addressed to all of the fans and collaborators. “Girls” director Judd Apatow also posted an equally heartfelt message to Dunham alongside their photo. In addition, the director thanked Konner and HBO for giving them the chance to tell their story for the past six seasons.

“Girls” Season 6 also stars Jemima Kirke as Jessa, Zosia Mamet as Shoshanna and Adam Driver as Adam. Unfortunately, all three characters were not featured in the finale episode. Jessa and Shoshanna were last seen in episode 9, while Adam was last featured in episode 8. The series also stars Andrew Rannells as Elijah.