Episode 19 of Finding Felicity is titled Docuventary (Or, Brewing for a While), because for a brief, shining moment, Felicity has the clarity to acknowledge that maybe her relationship with Noel is a mess for reasons other than Hanna….only to chuck all that insight out the window because Noel says he loves her. So they’re “figuring things out” now. Grreeeaaat….
Returning guest co-host Katherine Murray-Satchell (You might remember her from Episode 10.) joins Teresa this week in the Fanbase Press studio. In this episode, Kat and Teresa re-examine Noel as Kat explains her continued Noel support. They also talk documentaries! You know, real ones, as opposed to the hot garbage one that Sean is trying to make in this episode.
Here are our documentary recommendations from this week’s episode!
From Katherine: Dear Zachary Quincy, and one she told us about after recording – Horror Noire
From Bryant: Murder Mountain
From Teresa: 13th, Wild, Wild Country
Katherine Murray-Satchell on Twitter: @katstreet1
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