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.
Episode 5 of Finding Felicity is titled ‘Spooked‘ (Or, ‘Make Like Elsa’), Felicity finally starts learning how to let it goooooo, let it gooooo….
Joining Teresa for this episode is Laura Hunter Drago: actor, producer, and co-Editor-In-Chief of Ms.in the Biz. Listen as they discuss Halloweens past and present, how Julie and the Pink Guy are the most normal romantic interaction on Felicity, and why Noel continues to be the very fucking worst.
Laura Hunter Drago’s website.
Check out the podcast, Creative Herstories
J.J. Abrams honors Dick Smith (legendary make-up artist on The Exorcist among a billion other things) at the 2011 Governors Awards.
(Teresa brings this up when talking about Julie and Zach going to see The Exorcist and mentioning Smith in their convo.)
Binge Watch/Mindfully Munch: Felicity by Lynn Chen – wanna have themed snacks for your watch/rewatch of Felicity? This is the resource for you!
This week’s listener question: What is an old idea you’ve had about yourself that you’ve needed to let go?
Answer on Twitter using the hashtag #FelicityPodQ
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Host/Executive Producer: Teresa Jusino
Produced by: Pomonok Entertainment and Fanbase Press
Recorded at Fanbase Press Headquarters in North Hollywood, CA.
Edited by: Bryant Dillon of Fanbase Press
Logo design by: Noel Rivera
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.