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Finding Felicity: Episode 10 – ‘Finally (Or, Maybe These Drugs Will Help)’

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 10 of Finding Felicity is titled Finally (Or, Maybe These Drugs Will Help) and, among other things, we find several Felicity characters either ingesting or offering various substances to get through finals week: pills, “smart powder,” and “nature’s candy” (a.k.a. fruit. Come on, Sean!)

Joining Teresa is writer/producer/director Katherine Murray-Satchell whose digital series, The New Adult, is perfectly in line with the Finding Felicity tagline: Because coming-of-age never seems to stop. Listen as Teresa and Katherine discuss Katherine’s die-hard devotion to Noel, how “Finally” can be interpreted as a feminist episode of the series, and how Sean is actually a creepy old dude.

Katherine Murray-Satchell on Twitter: @katstreet1
IG: @katstreet1
Katherine’s website
Watch The New Adult

This week’s listener question: How do you feel about “defining” relationships?

Answer on Twitter using the hashtag #FelicityPodQ
Email your stories to: findingfelicitypod (at) gmail (dot) com
Comment on the discussion posts on Facebook and Instagram
**If you answer by Monday at 5 p.m., your response may be chosen to be read on next week’s podcast!**
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Host/Executive Producer: Teresa Jusino
*Twitter/IG: @teresajusino
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.




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