The concluding chapter pulls together some reminders about the original efforts by Garfinkel and Sacks to investigate locally organised actions without resorting to constructive analysis. As we have argued throughout this volume, the fundamental claim is that there is no need to engage in constructive analysis in order to make ordinary actions analysable: they already are analysable as a constitutive feature of their concerted production. For ethnomethodology and conversation analysis (EMCA), ‘analysis’ is, in the first instance, intrinsic to the local accomplishment of observable, recognisable, and reportable actions.