Dawson makes the radical move of dropping out of film class to spend some time re-evaluating his teenage years against Nikki's advice. Meanwhile, Joey is torn between attending Pacey's ... See full summary »

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Dawson makes the radical move of dropping out of film class to spend some time re-evaluating his teenage years against Nikki's advice. Meanwhile, Joey is torn between attending Pacey's opening night and her date with A.J., who has come to Capeside for the day. Before opening night of the school play of 'Barefoot in the Park', Andie must take over as director when the faculty director, Mr. Broderick, becomes ill and she tries to persuade Pacey to act out his feelings when he gets stage fright. Also, Jen agrees to go out on a date with Henry by taking him out to see the play. But she throws him another block by bringing Grams with her. Written by Anonymous

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When Joey is picked up by Eddie and throughout their date she is wearing a long skirt. At the end of the night when she comes back home and sits outside with Dawson, her skirt becomes knee-length. See more »

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The One With Pacey's Play...
24 November 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I really enjoyed this episode. I thought it was really good. I like that Pacey, and Joey are finally getting more time to develop their relationship. And the fact that Pacey was in a play, is just so funny.

In this episode, Dawson chooses to drop out his film class, so he can spend more time evaluating his life, and so he can be more of a teenager. Meanwhile, Joey is torn between going out with A.J., to look at the Northern Lights, and going to the opening night of Pacey's play. Eventually she goes out with A.J., but then changes her mind halfway through the night. And Andie gets the job as director of the play, once the faculty director gets sick.

Best part of the episode: Pacey actually liking doing a play.

Overall, I give this episode a 7 out of 10, which in my ratings book is: Great.


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