At her sister Bessie's persuasion, Joey goes to visit her father in prison. Dawson tags along and leading them to spend the night in a motel where he finally reveals his true romantic ... See full summary »

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At her sister Bessie's persuasion, Joey goes to visit her father in prison. Dawson tags along and leading them to spend the night in a motel where he finally reveals his true romantic feelings for her, while Joey debates going to France for a semester abroad to escape from her troubled home life in Capeside. Meanwhile, Grams tries to persuade the atheist Jen to act through prayer as her comatose grandfather is admitted to the hospital. Also, the sarcastic Pacey continues quarreling with Doug over Pacey's failing grades, which all emits from Pacey's extremely low self-esteem. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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TV-PG
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19 May 1998 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The motel where Dawson and Joey stay is a real place - the Loveless Cafe in Nashville. See more »

Goofs

Dawson races around Capeside trying to find Joey, co-stars Michelle Williams and 'Joshua Jackson (I)' can be seen hanging around on the right-hand side of the screen watching the action. See more »

Quotes

Joey: I'm so tired of dancing around these big words... I just want to be honest with you... more that anything I want to be honest with you. But, do you think we're ready for that honesty? Because honesty is a big word and it changes things, and it complicates things. Are you sure you're ready for everything that goes along with telling the truth?
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References The Stepford Wives (1975) See more »

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Broken Road
by Melodie Crittenden
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