The title of this episode is a reference to the list of names of past dorm residents that Felicity finds on her closet wall. At the end of the episode, Felicity signs her name at the end of the list.
Before leaving, Meghan gives Felicity an envelope that contains a note she wrote during the second week of school. The note reads "There is no chance in hell Felicity's going to make it through the whole year." Meghan tells Felicity that she intended to give it to Felicity as an "I told you so" when Felicity moved out early, but she was proud of Felicity for sticking it out all year.
Meghan and Felicity reveal to each other that each may be an RA during sophomore year.
The word "Hey" was used 6 during this episode. This was the fewest in any episode during Season 1. The most in an episode was 25 in Episode 1-10. During the season's 22 episodes, there were a total of 308 heys, for an average of 14 per episode.
The Advisor: Are you still thinking about becoming an R.A?
Felicity: I don't think so.
The Advisor: Really?
Felicity: Yeah, I'm...um, kind of feeling like who am I to be giving anyone advice?
The Advisor: You're someone who's been through it. (pause) So... see you next year?
Felicity: (to the advisor) I just hope this whole year wasn't for nothing. I hope I learned something. When I came here. I didn't know anyone. I mean, even the boy I followed to New York was a stranger, which,it turns out is why I followed him to New York. There were people here that I never met. Who,just became so important to me, it's like... I don't know... I guess they just felt like real friends. I bet you get this a lot, right? Kids at the end of their freshman year crying about their lives... about the way things turned out.
Felicity: (to Sally) Is it just me, or did this year go by faster than ever? I mean, it actually seems like time is speeding up. Lately, I have been getting up earlier everyday. I don't know why. I guess it's the excitement of the end of the year or something. I've only got a few days left.
Noel: Felicity and I are going to Berlin.
Ben: Yeah, that's what Felicity says.
Felicity: Julie, I am so sorry.
Julie: You know, I really don't care what the hell you are, you can be sorry or not, it doesn't matter to me. You're just a lying bitch.
Ben (to Felicity): How come everything has to have so much meaning? I mean, I've never met someone so desperate for meaning.
Felicity: I can't be having this conversation, because I am the devil.
Ben: You keep saying you're the devil. I'll tell you what: you are not the devil.
Felicity: What if I am? Then what?
Ben: Then I'd still want you to come with me.
Felicity: You would not!
Ben: Yes I would.
Felicity: First of all, you would not want me to go with you if I were the devil. And secondly, it's not just us. There are other people involved.
Ben: Yeah, but I like you. I can't help it.
Felicity: You and I both know that if we were to drive across the country, it would never be platonic.
Felicity: I can't go with you, because that would make me the devil.
Ben: Where are you going?
Felicity: I don't know. It's a flight reflex.
(Ben kisses Felicity. Felicity stares ahead in shock.)
Ben: I've been wanting to do that for a long time.
According to the commentary on the DVD, the writers were going to reveal Felicity's choice between Ben and Noel at the end of the episode but while filming they decided to make it a cliffhanger.
Maurice Ravel's famous 1928 composition Bolero is heard at various times throughout the episode.
"Tempted" by the Squeeze
"Sweet Rosalyn" by Sheryl Crow
"I Will Remember You" by Sarah McLachlan
"I've Got a Feeling" by Ivy
"Sullivan Street" by Counting Crows