Felicity: Season 2 (1999 - 2000)

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Episodes

1
Air date: Sep 26, 1999
2
Air date: Oct 3, 1999
3
Air date: Oct 10, 1999
4
Air date: Oct 17, 1999
5
Air date: Oct 24, 1999
6
Air date: Nov 7, 1999
7
Air date: Nov 14, 1999
8
Air date: Nov 21, 1999
9
Air date: Dec 19, 1999
10
Air date: Jan 16, 2000
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Critic Reviews for Felicity Season 2

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This isn't your little sister's Felicity - it's a crackling comedy-drama, a caffeinated soap, and Russell is just one now-sleekly shorn member of a vivid, quick-witted ensemble.

Apr 25, 2018 | Rating: A- | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Felicity: Season 2

  • Jul 26, 2018
    Keri Russell cuts her hair and almost single-handedly gets Felicity cancelled in its second season. Actually, the hair cut is the least of the show's problems, as it somehow becomes a preachy, liberal, social activism show with multi-episode arcs about teen pregnancy, gay marriage, and health care. Also, the sexcapads of Felicity and her friends is getting a little tired. Some of the players may have changed, but it's still the same old. However, there are some interesting storylines with Felicity dealing with her parents' separation, attempting to mend some of the relationships she burned, and working with Megan as an RA. And there's a brilliantly crafted Twilight Zone parody episode that's extremely clever and incredibly funny. Also, Amy Smart makes for a welcomed addition to the cast and Robert Patrick Benedict takes on a larger role (exponentially increasing the comic relief). While it's not all bad, Season 2 of Felicity is a mess and doesn't have the same authentic feel that made the first season so compelling.
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