Joey relies on the support of Pacey and A.J. to rally the students in a major school protest against the school superintendent, Dr. Fielding, after he forces Principal Green to resign for ... See full summary »

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Joey relies on the support of Pacey and A.J. to rally the students in a major school protest against the school superintendent, Dr. Fielding, after he forces Principal Green to resign for expelling Matt Caulfield who destroyed Joey's mural after the guy's wealthy and powerful parents threaten the school board with a lawsuit. Meanwhile, Dawson and Gail both go back to their respective places in back and in front of the camera to produce a piece about the ongoing school protest which ruffles more than a few feathers of the school board hierarchy as well as Gail's old rival; a reporter named Sherry Eisle who "stole" Gail's old job back in Philadelphia and is now covering the story in her own self-serving and bias way. Written by Anonymous

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The One With A Protest...
24 March 2016 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I don't mind this episode. It's not one of my favorites, but it definitely is worth watching, and is interesting.

In this episode, Joey, along with Pacey, and A.J. get the students of Capeside High to protest against the school superintendent, after he forced Principal Green to resign, because he expelled a student who deserved to be expelled. But because the kid's rich, he's fighting the decision. Because money totally means you can do whatever you want with no consequences (sarcastic voice). I absolutely hate entitled rich kids, and entitled rich adults.

Overall, I give this episode a 5, which in my ratings book is: Okay.


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