Felicity 4 Seasons 2002

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Season 4
(78) IMDb 6.8/10

18. Time Will Tell TV-PG CC

Felicity becomes distant and withdrawn after Elena dies in a car accident.

Keri Russell, Scott Speedman
45 minutes
Original air date:
May 1, 2002

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Time Will Tell

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Season 4

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Genres Drama
Director Harry Winer
Starring Keri Russell, Scott Speedman
Supporting actors Tangi Miller, Greg Grunberg, Amanda Foreman, Ian Gomez, Scott Foley, Amy Aquino, Sarah Jane Morris, Erinn Bartlett, Rob Benedict
Season year 2002
Network Not Specified
Producers J.J. Abrams, Robyn-Alain Feldman, Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Marcy G. Kaplan, Tony Krantz, Jennifer Levin, Todd London, Laurie McCarthy, Matt Reeves, Josh Reims, Tiffany Rocquemore-Delorme, Stan Salfas, Alex Taub, Gerrit van der Meer, Harry Winer
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I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE being able to watching Felicity and friends at my leisure!
A bittersweet ending to this series, I loved this season and know that if you followed it faithfully, that any viewer will too!
Great season, superior than seasons 2 & 3, and a strong competitor for season 1.
Ed Palacios

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57 of 61 people found the following review helpful By J. Toteda on November 19, 2004
Format: DVD
If your looking for consistently amazing acting, then "Felicity" is the show for you. Sadly the fourth was the last season of "Felicity" and thus the graduating season. Nonetheless, many fans would have loved to see Felicity's life unfold outside of collage. This season of Felicity deals with the hardships of commitment. Many characters this season deal commitment issues, such as relationships, education, and with following a particular career path. Most viewers would assume that by now Felicity would know exactly what it is that she's meant to do, and who she is meant to be with, however this is not the case. No show has come closer to displaying this sense of regret and uncertainty as "Felicity" does this season. Just because we get older doesn't mean we know everything. Felicity's confidence has grown with each passing season, but much of her season one and two uncertainties come back to haut her. So just when you the viewers think they know her, she does something completely out of character. It keeps the show interesting, and along with the funny and charismatic cast, this show deserves much praise.

Because Felicity was only signed on for 17 episodes this season, like season three, the writers and directors wanted to make sure that the fans got their graduation episode. However, the show was picked-up for another five episodes. Because of this, the writers decided on a neat twist, and unrealistic twist of Felicity going back in time. Many complained of the unrealistic direction this took, others like myself enjoyed the lightness and comedy that these episodes portrayed. It was a nice change from the dramatic, and often melancholic undertone of the first 17 episodes.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Miles W. Mathis on December 20, 2005
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I am a big Felicity fan, but the Senior Year really hit a terrible wall. One of the creators admitted in interviews later that he had already moved on to Alias, and it shows. This is a mess. He and all the producers and writers should be ashamed to have let their fine project peter out like this. The scripts no longer make any sense. Characters act out-of-character, many things go unexplained, plotlines are dropped right and left, minor characters are played by the same person, and so on. Apparently, people at NYU have multiple jobs, working in the mailroom one month and in counseling the next, working in the health center one month and in the library the next. The producers can't even take the time to hire separate people to play these parts. But the worst is having Felicity copy her final paper and then be allowed to graduate. This after they had a show about cheating in season 2, making it a very big deal. Now, suddenly, there are no consequences. It is apparently OK to plagiarize papers and throw library books in the garbage and steal dissertations. I am not being a moralist here, I am just pointing out that all this completely goes against Felicity's character, a character developed over three long seasons. The Senior Year has many similar examples, which show that the new writers could not even be bothered to become familiar with the previous material. The scripts don't just have a different feel, they are nonsense. There is no continuity even week to week. And this is before all the additional mess caused by extending the season. I own all four years now, but I think I will stick with the first two. I doubt I will ever subject myself to the 4th year again. It is too depressing in too many ways.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By H.F. on September 24, 2005
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I've seen all the felicity episodes countless times. I think the season I get most involved in is the 1st and 3rd, but the senior year was good. If you enjoy her thought patterns and her indecision between ben and noel, this is a fun ending. Sometimes it's fun to go back to college with her. I personally never lived in a dorm, but this kinda lets you know what it was like, and also all the post-dorm, apartment living too.

I'll also comment that I think everyone on the show did great acting. Scott Speedman's portrayal of Ben is the hottest pain-in-the-ass with a heart who repeated screws up. Its so easy to sympatize with Scott Foley's character, Noel, and get frustrated with him every single time. Sometimes Felicity drives me crazy, but you can understand how she arrived at different conclusions time and again. And may I also say, Javier always adds the much needed dose of comedy, and most of the time steals the show. I love felicity, and I thought it was an awesome show.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By The Opinionista on March 27, 2005
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I am a huge Felicity fan. I have loved and will always love this series. I do not normally write reviews, but I just finished a 3-night marathon of watching this final season. Do not read any more if you don't want to know what happens.

I was at first skeptical about the time-travel storyline, but found that it brought a much-needed lightness to the show which was very heavy in this final season.

This is where I have my main complaint. Felicity and Ben were facing very difficult times due to her insecurity about the future and Ben's dad illness (by the way, an outstanding dramatic performance by John Ritter). The added sub-plot with Lauren's pregnancy and Ben becoming a father, was too much. For me, this was the element that spoiled this series from being perfect. I don't think they really needed to include this in the show, for many reasons, but mostly because in our dream world it would have been nice to imagine what the show could not give us, their life after college. It would have been nice to imagine Felicity and Ben getting married, and experiencing the joys of parenthood together and for the first time for both. For me, this sub-plot is a dark cloud that will stay with them forever.

Another problem with the show is the final episode's omission of the scenes which explain how Elena is present at Noel's wedding after we know she dies. Before seeing the bonus material, I thought it was her spirit, even though I could not explain Tracy's presence. This was a huge thing, and it was very disappointing to see the creators explain that they had to cut out some scenes from the last show because it was too long; when they used many clips from previous shows that we did not need to see again. This said, I was glad for this twist.
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