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A double date finds Jen and Cliff joined by Dawson and a savvy sidekick, named Mary Beth, at Capeside's annual carnival which is revealed to be a plot to make Jen jealous while Mary Beth asks Dawson to help her out by trying to make Cliff jealous as well. Meanwhile, Pacey and Joey grow more close to each other when they work on a school biology project which a comedy of errors leave them stranded on a marsh bog. When Dawson later finds out of their misadventure, it's his turn to become jealous. Also, Mitch and Gail's marriage continues to become strained over him becoming more distrustful of her. Written by Anonymous

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In episode 1.11 Pacey drives Joey around in the Witter family truck, but Pacey doesn't get his license until season 2. See more »

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Joey: Wait a second. You're taking romantic advice from a guy who spent his evening trying to get 3 snails to sleep together?
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Septic Schizo
7 November 2010 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

This one is a bit schizophrenic. We have two main plots, one built around Dawson and Jen, the other one around Joey and Pacey. When there is a switch from one plot to the other, it's like watching two completely different episodes mixed together. One delivers, the other does not. Guess which is which?

There's no need to reveal spoiling details, but let's take a look from 1998 when this was made into the future, all the way to the year 2010... Here, Joshua Jackson exudes the charisma that makes him so cool in Fringe. Here, Katie Holmes, well... she's just too adorable for words and her versatility with facial expressions pretty much destroyed all competition on TV in 1998. And then there's the famous way Joey looks people - but that is *just* a bonus, brilliant though it is. Meanwhile, in the other plot, everything just fails to sparkle. So, this episode is half 9/10, half 5/10. While the rating for the episode as a whole cannot just be calculated as an average of those two ratings, this one actually *does* feel like a 7/10 as a whole.


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