This week there isn't a "previously on Felicity" round-up of events that have happened in the last few episodes. Instead, the episode begins in the girls' apartment with Knoll boring, uh, I mean, "showing" Felicity a cartoon that he's made with Flash, on his laptop. Felicity reacts like she's viewing a two-year-old's drawing and misapprehends the entire thing. Knoll gets bummed out because one of his professors works for Icebox.com, and he's mentioned that if Knoll can come up with something good, he'll get it up on the site. Felicity offers to help him with the cartoon because she's taken "Life Drawing and Motion" courses. He gets her set up with a stylus so that she can do some drawing. Elena comes home. Felicity asks her what's going on and Elena tells them that she's been called before a university disciplinary committee hearing against Dr. McGrath, as one of eight women who had affairs with him. Felicity is incredulous until Elena reveals that she did have a relationship with Dr. Feelgood. Felicity glances at Knoll, who yips, "I already knew."
At an Al-Anon meeting, an extra talks about confronting her alcoholic sister and how she couldn't have done it without the group's support. After some applause, the leader asks, "Who's next?" Ben shifts in his seat and looks like he's about to get up and say something until Molly starts talking about "the ongoing saga of Molly and James." Long story short: James is being evicted from his apartment and they're both "using" more frequently. She's doing coke and he's doing crack, which she's trying to stay away from. Ben looks shocked and he stares at Molly. He looks well and truly like a naïve, young Canadian.
After the meeting is over, Ben waits for the leader out in the hall. He complains that they only sit around and talk and when "someone says she's going to start using crack, we sit around and nod our heads." The leader counters, "You heard me tell Molly about the other program she should look into." Ben thinks that there's more to be done to help, and the leader suggests that Ben just be Molly's friend; if Molly, doesn't want his help, he has to be prepared to accept that fact.
Felicity is drawing with the stylus in her living room when Ben walks in. She asks how the meeting was. He gives her a big hug and asks what she would do if she knew someone who was struggling with an addiction. Felicity claims that she would listen and "be there for them [sic]" as much as she could. Ben tells her that he's been thinking about his dad, which causes her to hug him again.