Joey is chosen to be part of a group of students to paint a school mural, but when hers is defaced before the unveiling, Dawson offers words of encouragement while Pacey takes action and ... See full summary »

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Joey is chosen to be part of a group of students to paint a school mural, but when hers is defaced before the unveiling, Dawson offers words of encouragement while Pacey takes action and risks suspension when he goes in search of the culprit whom he suspects to be Matt. When Andie's PSAT scores rank among the best in the country, she feels tremendously guilt-ridden and gambles with everything she has worked for by telling Principal Green about the previously stolen PSAT test. Also, Pacey moves in with his brother, Doug, when their divorced sister and her kids move back into the Witter house and take over Pacey's room. Written by Anonymous

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Joey mentioned that the Chinese character that she'd painted in her mural for the school meant "possibility". The character actually means "problems" or "frustrated". See more »

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Joey: Well, Principal Green said the mural should focus on what unifies us as a school. And if you think about it, nothing really unifies us. Even our mascot is divisive. The Minute Man - right there you've alienated half the student population. So, the only thing that I could think of that unites us all, that we all have in common, is that... well it's that we all start off in kindergarten thinking that we can be anything that we want to be, and by the time we get here, we... we've somehow lost that...
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The One With Joey's Mural...
19 January 2016 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I really love this episode. I think it's mainly because it continues with Pacey's crush on Joey, which I was obsessed with.

In this episode, Joey is chosen to be one of the students to paint a mural at the school. But hers is eventually defaced before it's unveiled to the school. So, Pacey takes action against those responsible. Meanwhile, Andie discovers that her PSAT scores rank among the best in the entire country, she starts to feel even guiltier than she already did. So, she decides to tell Principal Green.

Fun Fact: Joey said that the Chinese character she painted meant possibility, but it actually means problems, and frustrated.

Best part of the episode: Pacey.

Overall, I give this episode an 8 out of 10, which in my ratings book is: Awesome.


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