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What I am very aware of is how often her parents put their own shit onto her and once again her mom uses her past relationship experiences and transfers it onto Felicity.
Felicity isn’t entirely blameless in how her mom becomes yet another obstacle in the continuing ‘who/what is going to break up Felicity and Ben?
Ben is rightly pissed off about this and this is further compounded by the awful dinner experience with Felicity’s mom fawning over Noel and being super judgmental of Ben’s lack of future plans (he doesn’t have a major! If only she knew about his marriage status (which we are reminded of in this episode) and his email stalking behavior.
With Ben all she can see is this unambitious and dangerous guy she dated before Felicity’s dad.
The note he writes is thoughtful, and hints at missed opportunity and disappointment.
The time hop between the two episodes is unnerving, but quick research revealed that the two episodes aired 4 months apart and that is a lot of time to find out who had been shot and also explains why they opted to leap that far ahead.
Ben's mother, however, is a stable and loving parent.
Felicity's best friend Julie and Ben come to share a mutual attraction to one another, but Julie is hesitant out of concern for Felicity.
Ashley is a journalist and does makeovers for a TV show.
Her editor offers her the job of being the editor of a new fashion supplement, provided she does a makeover on a sports writer, who is an uncouth, loudmouthed, sexist slob.