Finding Felicity: Episode 28 - ‘Sophomoric’ (Or, the One Where They’re All A@@holes)

Finding Felicity is a podcast where Pomonok Entertainment's Teresa Jusino, a Felicity newbie, chats with rotating guest co-hosts who are already Felicity fans to talk about life, love, and the pursuit of happiness through the prism of this coming-of-age television drama created by J.J. Abrams and Matt Reeves.

WELCOME BACK TO FINDING FELICITY AS WE EMBARK ON SEASON 2! Episode 28 of Finding Felicity is called ‘Sophomoric' (Or, ‘The One Where They're All A@@holes’), because for a bunch of college students who've just had summer vacation, Team Felicity is the opposite of chilled out as they return to school, and the drama of the previous year has them all amped up to eleven.

Actor, writer, and activist Jen Ponton joins Teresa in a Zoom room from New Jersey to open the season. In addition to talking about Jen's Felicity-like college drama, they discuss the Season 2 opener of Felicity, titled "Sophomoric" and all of the toxic masculinity, boundary crossing, and friendship drama therein.

This season's gonna be a doozy.


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CREDITS
Host/Executive Producer: Teresa Jusino
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Produced by: Pomonok Entertainment and Fanbase Press
S2 Logo by: Brigid Donahue
Finding Felicity theme arranged and performed by Dayna Webber.
Original Felicity theme composed by Larry Klein and J.J. Abrams and performed by Judith Owen.
 


Finding Felicity: Because coming of age never seems to stop.





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