Javier comes to Elena's room. He walks in and says that Almondina gave him something to return to Elena. Javier hands Elena a picture of a woman in a wedding dress and says, "It's your mother, isn't it?" Elena acknowledges that it is. Javier says he didn't know that she was trying to copy her mother's dress, and that he forgot that her mother's not around anymore for her. Javier concludes, "That would be so hard for me." Elena says that she thought if she wore the dress, her mother would be there with her. Okay, I know this is sappy, but it's really sad. Javier tells Elena that they will call Almondina and get the dress perfect. Elena gives Javier a big hug. Snif.
Mr. Porter knocks on Felicity's apartment door. She opens it and asks whether he wants to come in. Mr. Porter says he has a car waiting downstairs, so Felicity follows him into the hall. Mr. Porter gives the signed papers back to Felicity. She looks down at them, and then says thanks, as if she's not sure those are the right words in this situation. Mr. Porter confesses that this is not how he wanted this trip to go, and that he loves her. Felicity says she knows, and that she loves him too. She continues, "I just...I think this is important. I'm not a little girl anymore." Mr. Porter asks how Cavallo liked her stuff. Felicity lies that he loved it, and that she got into the class. She smiles for her dad, who responds, "Good for you." The elevator arrives, so he hugs Felicity goodbye and leaves. Felicity stares down at the papers in her hand. While I do think that what Mr. Porter did kind of sucks, Felicity only has to take out loans for one year of college. One year! That's like nothing. But I guess she's more upset about the lack of parental support and her own lack of direction than the money.