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The series revolves around the fictional college experiences of the title character, Felicity Porter (portrayed by Keri Russell), as she attends the "University of New York" (based on New York University).While Felicity works to sort out her emotions, she continues the basic motions of student life and moves into her dorm.Felicity struggles to tell Noel about her own indiscretion.Noel and Felicity are driven to distraction when Sean (Greg Grunberg), seeking a selling angle for his documentary, latches onto their shattered relationship and pesters them to discuss their feelings on-camera.After Noel acts on his feelings for Felicity and kisses her during a game of Boggle, the two decide to go on a "maybe date" to discuss the future of their relationship. Noel tires of hearing about Felicity's goings-on with Ben and forbids her to talk about it with him. Meanwhile, Sean tries to sell fruit to students in the library.Felicity returns from winter break and tells Noel she wants to have sex, an endeavor that brings about much scheduling, research and preparation; Julie dreads telling Felicity about her new bond with Ben; and Elena wonders how to use a gift from Blair.When Felicity learns a male called the admissions office requesting a copy of her application essay, she assumes it was Ben — the subject of said essay — and sends him a copy.Meanwhile, Felicity's parents pop up in New York again. Felicity's hurt when Noel downplays their friendship to his girlfriend, Hanna (Jennifer Garner), who's visiting for Thanksgiving but may transfer to New York.
At the end of episodes like this, Felicity is often shown to be listening to a tape that Sally has sent in reply.
In 2007, Felicity was one of Time magazine's "100 Best TV Shows of All-Time."On her day of graduation, Felicity (Keri Russell) asks a longtime high school crush, Ben (Scott Speedman), to sign her yearbook; after she reads his message, in which he says that he would have liked to have known her better, Felicity changes her lifelong college plans to follow Ben to a New York school.
There, she meets her quirky (and smitten) resident advisor Noel (Scott Foley) and her first new friend Julie (Amy Jo Johnson).
Changing her courses then puts Felicity in the same class as Noel, who fears she's out to sabotage him.
Meanwhile, Julie finally moves out of the loft — much to Sean's chagrin.