Dawson's Creek (1998–2003)
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The Kids Are Alright 

During the summer, Pacey and Audrey rocked Los Angeles and spent time with her next door neighbors, the Osbournes, and Jack Osbourne even tags along with them to interview at Worthington. ... See full summary »



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Sean Dennison ...
Cute Boy
Jeffrey West ...
Art History Professor (as Jeffery West)


During the summer, Pacey and Audrey rocked Los Angeles and spent time with her next door neighbors, the Osbournes, and Jack Osbourne even tags along with them to interview at Worthington. Jen spent her time in New York and got ecstatic to learn her parents are separating. Jack got dumped by Eric, but got over it. Joey spent her summer in Capeside doing a lot of reading, working and romancing. On their first week back at Boston Bay College, Jen is shocked to run into find that Grams Ryan has decided to go back to school. At Worthington, Joey experiences nothing but bad luck when she decides to enroll in an intermediate writing class taught by the liberal, but manipulative and cynical, Professor Greg Heston who does not hesitate to ridicule and embarrass Joey in front of the class with her lack of knowledge of the current book topic. Pacey and Jack move out of Grams' house and Pacey tries to get the perfect apartment, owned by a feisty, punk rock British woman, named Emma Jones, who ... Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance






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2 October 2002 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Audrey Liddell: You think we should wake him?
Pacey Witter: Well, we should. As much as I've enjoyed his ramblings and his questionable taste in music, he has bragged about the number of times he's seen you naked.
Audrey Liddell: He has never seen me naked.
Pacey Witter: Really? He knows about the tattoo on you-know-where.
Audrey Liddell: Wake up you little pervert!
[Jack Osbourne rises from the back seat of their car]
Jack Osbourne: What the
Jack Osbourne: ?
Audrey Liddell: What's this about you seeing me naked?
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26 August 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Talking is not important. Memories are. "You're with me everywhere I go," said Dawson after getting back with Joey. And then, what did he do? He did what any man in his position would do. And she wanted it, of course; she's been waiting for it. An expected situation to happen but not a cheery one as Joey started flirting with Pacey once again.

Dawson finally gets to live his dream, to be busy, to be Hollywood material. And you don't need film school for that. You only need passion, at least that's what the show promotes.

There are a few new characters, the most memorable being Emma, brunette with pink fringes. Is Pacey gonna fall for her? Maybe because 1 - he's Pacey and 2 - he's started avoiding his current girlfriend.

Sophomore year started, the kids are back in town and Joey seems to be heading for a professor-classmate triangle again. Ah, and then there's Dawson. And maybe Pacey too? Yet again, she's considered to be the smartest straight As student.

Don't know why this show is called Dawson's Creek any more because Dawson only appeared for about five minutes. Instead we had Joey, Joey and Joey, again. Jennifer stopped shinning a couple of seasons ago, as did Jack.

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