Narrator: 1989 -- Kakyoin thought to himself:
Kakyoin (thinking): Well, it appears that I have died. I can't say it was entirely unexpected.
(Jotaro, Polnareff, and Joseph crowd around Kakyoin's body as his spirit watches over them.)
Polnareff (blowing nose): (honk)
Polnareff: They should cremate him with his sunglasses.
Joseph: It's what he would have wanted.
Kakyoin (thinking): I had fifty days of happiness, and in the end, there were people who understood even someone like me...so I won't curse my fate.
Joseph (off-screen): Has anyone called his parents?
(Scene of a pyramid at night.)
Kakyoin (thinking): If i had one regret, I suppose it would be that I died so far from home.
(View of the Buddhist family grave of the Kakyoins. Incense is burning for "Mee-maw" and "Poo-paw".)
Prayer Bell: Ding!
Kakyoin (thinking): I've never been particularly religious, but I suppose I'll be more at ease after a proper funeral.
(Cut to two Speedwagon Foundation agents with a large box in what appears to be an airport. A "Customs" sign in Arabic and English is overhead.)
Agent A: Shipping a dead body costs *how* much? Yeah, that's not happening.
Agent B: We totally never found this corpse.