Anyway, Felicity and Javier go over to Mitchell's old apartment to check out the stuff. Everything that isn't up for grabs has a blue sticker on it. Felicity spies a cone-shaped lamp that she likes but it has been blue-tagged. Javier rips the sticker off and sticks it on something else. Felicity protests but Javier tells her not to worry because Mitchell has a big "dat comb" job, as in "www whatever dat comb, Internet." Meanwhile, the building manager appears and mentions that the apartment is going to be available the following week. Felicity asks if anyone has rented it yet and she is told that it is still available. She asks whether it is expensive and it isn't. Apartments in New York are always readily available and cheap -- on television. In reality, most studio apartments are filled with four adults who have to sleep in shifts in the bathtub, and they have to sell plasma to pay the rent.
So, Felicity is back out on the street and this time she's carrying a potted plant while Sean badgers her Docuventary-style. She's on her way to see Julie and Elena at their new apartment. Sean keeps asking why she is flustered, and she keeps putting him off. He begs her to talk because the Independent Film Channel -- which you'll remember from last season is the cable channel that's optioned the Docuventary -- wants to produce it as a weekly series and he needs a "hook" for every episode. Felicity and Sean enter the apartment and they're both impressed. Sean says, "This is a dorm? Welcome to college, Mrs. Trump." Felicity, Elena, and Julie, who looks as ratly as ever, all squeal and hug because they're reunited and it feels so good. Both Elena and Julie yell at Sean for shoving his camera in their faces. Felicity asks who the fourth roommate will be and all Elena knows is that "she's from England and she'll be here in a few weeks." Felicity eventually breaks the news that she's rented Mitchell's apartment in Brooklyn and plans to live there with Ben, even though he hasn't arrived from California yet or agreed to it yet. Felicity says that she can "get rid of it if he doesn't want to live there." That's some rental market in New York that you can find and turn down apartments at your convenience. Elena cautions her that she spent the summer with Tracy and being together all the time isn't what it's cracked up to be. Felicity suggests that Meghan could be her replacement. Elena and Julie veto Felicity's suggestion about two nanoseconds after she makes it.