Episode 18 of Finding Felicity is titled Happy Birthday (Or, This Is Some Bullsh*t), because Carol actually being Julie's mom? Even after she lied to her face and told her she was not her mom, and we were all okay with that? That's some straight-up bullsh*t.
Teresa is joined in the Fanbase Press studio by producer extraordinaire David Schatanoff Jr. (You might remember him from Episode Nine.) who, after celebrating "Thanksgiving" with us, returns for Julie's birthday. In this episode, David and Teresa talk about the ridiculousness (and slight evil?) of Julie's mom, Ben's budding gambling addiction, and the many ways in which our families - much like Megan's parents - give a new insight into our lives when seen out of context.
PLEASE NOTE: For the first 4-5 mins of this episode, there was an unforeseen issue with our guest mic, so Dave's voice sounds really low compared to Teresa's. You'll have to turn your volume up. But after that, his mic kicks in, and it's absolutely normal for the rest of the podcast. Apologies for the technical glitch.
David Schatanoff Jr. on Twitter: @davidschatanoff
David's production company: D Studios Productions
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This week's listener question: Tell us about your unlikely friendships! Megan and Felicity have started to become unlikely allies (and maybe even friends?). Is there someone in your life that you consider a friend now that you never would’ve thought you would’ve been friends with when you first met? Is there a Megan to your Felicity, or a Felicity to your Megan?
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Host/Executive Producer: Teresa Jusino
Produced by: Pomonok Entertainment and Fanbase Press
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Edited by: Bryant Dillon of Fanbase Press
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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.
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