The J.J. Abrams collegiate drama will first and foremost be remembered for The Haircut Heard 'Round the World, which is good because the less said about its final five episodes, the better. Jumping into the near future post-graduation, Felicity finds herself dissatisfied with her life choices, but instead moving forward and learning from them, Meghan sends her back in friggin' time a year so Felicity could pursue Noel instead of Ben. Of course, she ends up cheating on him in the alt-verse and longing for Ben anyway, which sends her back to the present. The whole thing was completely weird and out-of-tone, but in hindsight, it foreshadowed Lost's flash-sideways.
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