Back in the classroom, Felicity is staring at her drawing and Knoll comes up and stands by the easel. Felicity blithers about possibly being "on a psychotic break" and having to rethink dropping out of Pre-Med. Knoll reminds her that Sherman Tank is notoriously hard on new students. Well, who else would be taking the class that is the prerequisite to all other drawing courses? Knoll tells her that her hair isn't so bad and that he likes it. Felicity says, "What was I thinking?" Knoll thinks she's referring to her haircut, and she says that's not what she meant. She apologizes again for hurting him. He says, "Turns out Brigid is gay, by the way." She says, "I know."
At the loft, Sean, Julie and Ben assemble for breakfast and Julie makes her patented mean bowls of cereal. Ben says, "Y'know, I'm not the biggest omelette fan." And Ben and Sean ask ratus girlus to stay. She accepts.
Knoll and Felicity meet in the dorm hallway and make almost pleasant small talk. She says she's sticking with art and invites him to come up to the roof with her to sketch. Just then, Ruby arrives and she invites Felicity to join them on a walking tour of Bleecker Street. Felicity declines and she watches Ruby and Knoll walk away. Knoll and Ruby on a date -- didn't I tell you that she was ditzy?
Then we get Sally's voice-over thanking Felicity for her tape, and commending Felicity's bravery for doing what she always wanted to do. Sally says, "The hardest part about moving forward is not looking back." With that, Felicity turns away from watching Knoll and Ruby leave. The end.