Not the theme of the popular production company, for those familiar with the end of the X-files credits, but rather what's becoming the tiresome theme of political factions in Gaza city, jockeying for credit for the Israeli withdrawal and credibility amongst ordinary Palestinians ahead of January parliamentary elections.
First it was Dahalan and co. valiant attempts to "reclaim gaza" (and his popularity, I might add) through overpriced Fateh-only celebrations, complete with 20, 000 "Gaza first" t-shirts, mugs, stickers and other withdrawal memorabilia (why am I beginning to feel like this is one big month-long county fair?).
In a more positive development, today Prime Minister Ahmad Qurei launched a city-wide clean-up day under the banner of "A free, clean Gaza", as he began to paint over the city's walls, which are covered with graffiti and political slogans.
It sounds wonderful, maybe now they can launch a "clean-up your act" day for the government.
Meanwhile, more city street shooting, as Islamic Jihad joined al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades by marching through Gaza's streets, firing their rifles into the air, to "remind" people who was responsible for the withdrawal.
Hamas joined the festivies by hanging banners throughout the city today in attempt to counter the PA's publicity campaign. "Four Years of Sacrifice have beat 10 Years of Negotiation". Ouch.
To their credit, they are not spending millions of dollars better spent elsewhere on celebrations, as the PA is doing, nor are they wasting money and scaring residents by firing rifles into the air, as other factions are doing.
The real test is who will deliver tangible improvements to the lives of Palestinians here. So far, Hamas has won that battle in the local municipalities, though it seems the PA may be quickly catching up.
It is interesting of course to see how all of this will evolve. These are very uncertain times for Gazans, no one really knows what the future will hold for us. Calling us "free" is a grand overstatement. We still have no state, no economic, political, or geographic viability, and no freedom of movement. I'm just wondering what's going to happen to our Israeli ID cards after withdrawal.
Not everyone is celebrating quite yet, however. Amidst all the fanfare, Palestinian communities living near Jewish settlements are bracing themselves for a month-long Israeli imposed closure effective tonight, as they stocked up on food and supplies yesterday.