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Reunited ‘Felicity’ stars: The show was ‘like college’ for us

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As TODAY continues to team with Entertainment Weekly for reunions of some of America’s most beloved casts, Erica Hill sits down with Keri Russell, Scott Speedman and Scott Foley of iconic 1990s TV series “Felicity.” They reminisce about the powerful public reaction to Russell cutting her hair during the show’s run and discuss the series’ continuing appeal; it was “a simple, sweet story,” Russell says.