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In a Lonely Place 

Professor Wilder ends whatever romance he had with Joey, and refuses to listen to an explanation of why she stood him up the night before by saying it was for the best. Joey is shocked, but... See full summary »

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Dawson Leery
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Jen Lindley
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Pacey Witter
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Jack McPhee
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Evelyn 'Grams' Ryan (credit only)
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Audrey Liddell
Drew Wood ...
Steve
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Wynn
Amy Wray ...
Female Colleague
Michael Kroeker ...
Bar Patron Jeff
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Professor Wilder ends whatever romance he had with Joey, and refuses to listen to an explanation of why she stood him up the night before by saying it was for the best. Joey is shocked, but not as much as when she spots him at the movies with another woman during an outing with Dawson. Meanwhile, Jen has to interview a band for her radio show, but things aren't as easy as she hoped when she has to fight flirtation at all costs with one of the members of the band, while Audrey does the same with another member. After Audrey refuses to give her growing relationship with Pacey another chance, he goes out with Jack to a gay bar where Jack shows Pacey an inside look at what it feels like being a woman. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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20 February 2002 (USA)  »

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Audrey is telling one of the guys in the band about Pacey. First she says that Pacey is a cook, then she corrects herself and says that he bakes bread. This is wrong. Pacey is a chef, and he cooks every meal in the restaurant. Never once has he ever baked bread. See more »

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Joey: So what is the best ending in all of literature? Don't say Ulysses. Everyone says Ulysses.
Professor David Wilder: That's easy. Sentimental Education by Flaubert.
Joey: And what happens?
Professor David Wilder: Nothing, really. Just two old friends sitting around remembering the best thing that never happened to them.
Joey: How do you remember something that never happened?
Professor David Wilder: Fondly. You see, Flaubert believed that anticipation was the purest form of pleasure... and the most reliable. And while the things that actually happen to you would invariable ...
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References Breathless (1960) See more »

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