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Catch-22 

Joey aces Professor Hetson's final exam and ends the semester with a C+, and Joey is finally relived that her ordeal with Hetson is over. However, she decides she wants him as her advisor ... See full summary »

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Dawson Leery
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Jen Lindley
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Jack McPhee
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Audrey Liddell
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Evelyn 'Grams' Ryan (credit only)
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Professor Greg Hetson
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Sadia Shaw
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David
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Joey aces Professor Hetson's final exam and ends the semester with a C+, and Joey is finally relived that her ordeal with Hetson is over. However, she decides she wants him as her advisor after she chooses English as her major. Eddie proposes they go backpacking through Europe before going their separate ways to college. Reluctant at first to jump so suddenly on such an intense trip, Joey decides to go, only to find a goodbye note from Eddie, this time for good saying that she deserves someone better than him. Elsewhere, David finally breaks up with Jack, who ponders if he was only with David to prove to himself that he could hold a steady relationship. Meanwhile, Pacey continues dating Sadia and selling stocks. But things change drastically, first when Sadia leaves him by returning to her fiancée. Then the biotech stocks that he and Dawson were investing in go bankrupt. Pacey then asks Rinaldi to borrow some money, but the cold-hearted Rinaldi refuses. Frustrated and angry, Pacey ... Written by Anonymous

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Rich Rinaldi: Here, take this pen and write down today's date. Because from this day fourth, you will amount to nothing. You are failure and a loser! You deserve to get what's coming...
Pacey Witter: Stop calling me a loser! Don't you ever call me a loser!
Rich Rinaldi: [taunting] Oh, what are you gonna do about it... loser? Loser! Loser...
[Pacey punches Rich, and attacks him, but stops seconds later looking disgusted at himself and realizing too late, that he fell into Rinaldi's ploy]
Rich Rinaldi: Don't worry, it's over. You're through. You're ...
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