Previously on Felicity: Sean wants to skip the surgery; Finn and Elena kiss; Ben freaks out when Felicity confronts him about beating up Randy; Randy's frat brothers kick the hell out of Ben.
Felicity brings Ben home from the hospital. He's got his arm in a sling, not unlike a hanging chad, and she has to help him off with his coat and get him settled onto the sofa in the loft. Knoll appears and declares that Ben looks worse than he thought he would. Ben doesn't appreciate Knoll's commentary and tells him so. Felicity arranges with Knoll to cover Ben's shifts at Dean & Deluca, for which Ben is grateful. The phone rings and Felicity runs to get it. Ben asks Knoll where he's off to, and Knoll says he's going to a graphic arts lecture. It's Ben's father, Mr. "Jack Tripper" Covington on the phone. Felicity has to lie and say that Ben is in the shower because he won't take the phone. While she's getting Jack's phone numbers, Ben keeps telling her to hang up. Hearing your voice in the background is sure to convince your dad that you can't take the phone, Ben. It turns out that Jack flew into town because the hospital called him since his name "is on [Ben's] insurance." Ben claims that the only reason his father is doing this is because Mrs. Covington is in Europe, and his dad wants to say, "Hey, look what I did for Ben." Felicity urges Ben to call his dad but he says he has nothing to say to him.
Knoll is out on the street when he sees Jane. He runs up to her and starts talking to her. Clearly, she has no idea who he is. When he refreshes her memory, she doesn't look all that impressed. He asks if she was at the graphics lecture, and she breaks it to him that she only uses her computer for "e-mail and homework." Knoll wonders if she likes sushi, and Jane tells him about getting so sick the last time she ate it, that she won't even eat rice now. Knoll flounders and compares her experience to the time he ate Play-Doh, "which, it turns out you're not supposed to eat anyway." Jane claims that she has class and has to get going as she shiftily looks around for a way to get far, far away from Knoll. He mumbles, "Class is good. Class is good. That's why we're all here." Jane mindlessly agrees so that she can finally make her escape. When she's left, Knoll repeats to himself, "Class is good. I'm an idiot." While I happen to agree, I don't think that calling yourself an idiot in public will dissuade anyone from agreeing with you.