Sam Wilson: Only thing bumming me out is the fact I have to live in a world without Captain America.

Old Steve: Oh. That reminds me… (takes out his shield and gives it to Sam) Try it on. (Sam looks around, Bucky nods and Sam picks up the shield) How does it feel?

Sam Wilson: Like it’s someone else’s.

Old Steve: It isn’t.

Sam Wilson: Thank you. I’ll do my best.

Old Steve: That’s why it’s yours.

Sam Wilson: Cap?

Old Steve: Hi, Sam.

Sam Wilson: So, did something go wrong or did something go right?

Old Steve: Well, after I put the stones back, I thought… maybe… I’ll try some of that life Tony was telling me to get.

Sam Wilson: How’d that work out for ya?

Old Steve: It was beautiful.

Tony Stark (recording of him): Everybody wants a happy ending, right? But it doesn’t always roll that way. Maybe this time. I’m hoping if you play this back, it’s in celebration. I hope families are reunited. I hope we get it back. And something like a normal version of the planet has been restored. If there ever was such a thing. God, what a world. Universe, now. If you told me 10 years ago that we weren’t alone… let alone to this extent, I mean, I wouldn’t have been surprised… but come on, who knew? The epic forces of darkness and light that have come into play. And for better or worse, that’s the reality Morgan’s gonna have to find a way to grow up in. So, I thought I’d probably better record a little greeting in the case of an untimely death. On my part. Not that death at any time isn’t untimely. This time travel thing that we’re gonna try and pull off tomorrow, it’s got me scratching my head about the survivability of it all. That’s the thing. Then again, that’s the hero gig, right? Part of the journey is the end. What am I even tripping for? Everything’s gonna work out exactly the way it’s supposed to. I love you 3000.