When a major hurricane strikes Capeside, all the principal characters take refuge in the Leery home, including Joey's very pregnant older sister Bessie and her boyfriend. Boie. where Jen's overly religious grandmother does not hide her bigotry towards them. Also, Dawson rages at Jen about her past and at Joey for not confiding in him about her mother's philandering. But when Mitch learns about Gail's affair, he angrily storms out of the house, leaving a tormented Dawson to deal with the fallout. Meanwhile, Pacey takes shelter at Tamara's beach house with his brother Doug, a local policeman, where he ruins his brother's chances to hook up with Tamara by secretly telling her that Doug is gay. Written by
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What do you object to, Mrs. Ryan? The fact that I'm black and she's white? Or the fact that we're unmarried and about to have a child born out of sin?
Evelyn 'Grams' Ryan
What I object to, more then any of that, is when children raise children. Is when young people like Bessie and yourself have no background in parenting of a mixed race baby. Get ready, Bodie. When that child is born, people will look upon him as different.
Half-black, half-white, it doesn't matter what this child will be. Reguardless of how he ...
It's The End Of The World As We Know It
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