Previously on Felicity: Knoll wanted to be with his friends; Gnatalie cared enough about Knoll to let him go; Julie left.
In an obvious shout-out to my previous gig recapping the late, lamented Freaks and Geeks, this episode is titled Greeks and Geeks. See what they did there? Last week, the writers got rid of Julie and this week's title is an homage to moi. It doesn't get any better than this.
Sean and Knoll are in the kitchen at the loft; Knoll is reading a PC magazine. Sean says that he thought Knoll was "strictly Mac." Knoll reveals that he's trying to get a job as an on-call repairman for when students' computers crash, so he has to learn how to use PCs. Sean thinks Knoll's job sounds great and asks him when the next Star Trek convention is. Knoll claims that not all "computer guys" are Trekkies, and that he's going to make a lot of money at the job. Sean asks him not to be like Ben -- late with the rent -- before executing a perfect Ben head scratch and they laugh about it. Meghan arrives, takes the phone into another room, and begins talking smutty baby talk to someone. Is it Grandparents Day, again? It turns out that she's a phone sex operator. Meghan can't believe it bothers Sean that she took this job. She has to explain to her client that she's been talking to her boyfriend "Patrick" during the call and the client asks to speak to him. Sean takes the phone as "Patrick," then slaps Meghan on the ass because that's what the client asked him to do. When Meghan gets the phone back she discovers that the client has hung up.
The Philips CD recorder commercial touts its ability to make mixed CDs. Adam Sandler has a new movie called Little Nicky. The fact that he even has a career indicates that he has made a pact with the devil, in real life. McDonald's is flogging election versions of Ty Beanie Babies. One of them is a jackass named Dubya and its head is full of beans. Sears is holding a seventy-two-hour tool sale. Yoplait will donate ten cents to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation for every pink lid consumers send in, up to $500,000. I hope enough people participate that Yoplait donates the whole amount.
At the dorm apartment, Felicity's been sleeping on couch. She couldn't sleep in "that bed" because she's so distraught about Julie. She watched Julie's tape again last night and thinks the goodbye seemed final. Let's hope so! Elena is also out of sorts due to a poli sci paper she's been working on. Felicity complains about her French exam. The phone rings; Felicity gets it, and discovers that it's Julie's mother. Elena advises Felicity not to tell Julie's mother anything. Felicity covers for Julie and takes a message.