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Rich Rinaldi (Character)
from "Dawson's Creek" (1998)

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Dawson's Creek: :  -- Four friends in a small coastal town help each other cope with adolescence.
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Dawson's Creek: :  -- Four friends in a small coastal town help each other cope with adolescence.
Dawson's Creek: :  -- Four friends in a small coastal town help each other cope with adolescence.

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  1. "Dawson's Creek"
        - Catch-22 (2003) TV episode, Played by Dana Ashbrook
        - Sex and Violence (2003) TV episode, Played by Dana Ashbrook
        - All the Right Moves (2003) TV episode, Played by Dana Ashbrook
        - Day Out of Days (2003) TV episode, Played by Dana Ashbrook
        - Everything Put Together Falls Apart (2002) TV episode, Played by Dana Ashbrook
          (4 more)

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From "Dawson's Creek: Catch-22 (#6.20)" (2003)
[Pacey has just asked Rich to borrow some money because Pacey lost all his in a foolhardy stock investment]
Rich Rinaldi: Pacey, you are so good at your job that often I forget how young, naive, and stupid you are.
Pacey Witter: Rich, I really don't need the speech from you right now.
Rich Rinaldi: Oh, I think you do. And in response to your request, I'm going to tell you what you should have told your friend in the first place: no!
Pacey Witter: Wait, that's it? I come to you, I embarrass myself, and all you can tell me is just a big, plain "no"?
Rich Rinaldi: Pretty much, yeah.
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