On Sunday, HBO and the British Channel 4 aired the explosive first part of Leaving Neverland, which details allegations of sexual abuse from Wade Robson and James Safechuck against Michael Jackson. After the unrelenting two-hour first part, they returned tonight with the final chapter, which is just as disturbing.

As expected, this series has caused quite a stir online, even though Jackson's YouTube page tried to throw up his classic "Live in Bucharest" concert to divert eyes. With Part 2 (and Oprah's interview with Safechuck, Robson, and director Dan Reed following it), the conversation will dominate our timeline for at least another night.

Here are the five biggest takeaways from the second part of Leaving Neverland.