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Mitch Leery (Character)
from "Dawson's Creek" (1998)

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"Dawson's Creek: Coda (#4.23)" (2001)
Dawson: It's become obvious to me that in life you're either a Mac person or a PC person, and the choice defines you. Let me put it to you this way: Beatles or Elvis?
Mitch Leery: Beatles.
Dawson: See? Exactly. This is no different.

[Mitch is giving Dawson fatherly advice, before Dawson leaves for college the following morning]
Mitch Leery: You know not to have sex without a condom, right?
Dawson: Oh, dad, please. I was the only kid in kindergarten who knew what Trojans were.
Mitch Leery: Right. Erm, drugs.
Dawson: I can't swear to you that I'll never try some variety of narcotic. But I can promise you I'll never get so strung out I'll steal your TV.
Mitch Leery: Can you promise me... you won't join a frat?
Dawson: That I can promise.
Mitch Leery: Okay.

"Dawson's Creek: Crossroads (#2.2)" (1998)
Mitch Leery: Remember, Dawson, no hat, no glove.
Gail Leery: No Mitch, honey, that's "no glove, no love."
Mitch Leery: Yeah, well, you get the point.

"Dawson's Creek: Hurricane (#1.5)" (1998)
Mitch Leery: So... why did you do it? Why did you cheat on me?
Gail Leery: Get ready, Mitch. If you think it can't get worse, it can. The reason why I was unfaithful is preposterous. I have no reason. I woke up one day a few months ago and I realized that my life was perfect. Everything I've ever wanted from the time I was six, has been realized. I've discovered that perfection obtained is a discomforting state. And I got restless. What do you do when everything in your life is right? When everything is just what you wanted it to be? I have the perfect home, career, the most gifted child, a husband who stimulates me mind, body, and soul every day of my life. I wanted for nothing. And I guess that made me feel empty not wanting. I just wanted to "want" again. Anything out of life. So, I set out to achieve it. And... oh boy, oh boy, did I succeed. But I want now, I want back everything I've lost. Mitch, I'm so sorry.
Mitch Leery: Shhh! Let's just sit here. I don't want to talk anymore.

"Dawson's Creek: Dance (#1.2)" (1998)
Mitch Leery: It's all about romance. And chapstick.