coda /KO-duh/ (noun) - 1 : The concluding passage of a piece of music, usually independent of the essential parts, added to bring it to a satisfactory close. 2 : An additional section at the end of a piece of literature, serving to summarize it or to add related information. 3 : Any concluding part.
"Then came the coda, in Pierpoint's press conference in which we were reminded what a wonderful flakehead he is."
From Italian coda (tail), from Latin cauda (tail), the source of other words such as queue, coward, French queue (tail) and Spanish cola (tail).