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While Joey glows after being accepted into Worthington University, Dawson is forced to face a crushing rejection when he is denied to NYU. Joey's elated mood, however, is tempered by a... See more »

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Dawson Leery
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Joey Potter
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Jen Lindley
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Pacey Witter
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Jack McPhee
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Andie McPhee (creditOnly)
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Gail Leery
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Mitch Leery
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Evelyn 'Grams' Ryan (creditOnly)
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Bessie Potter
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Gretchen Witter
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Drue Valentine
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Bodie Wells
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Dr. Tom Frost
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Ms. Watson (as Heather Avery Clyde)
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Office Assistant (as Tammy Christine Arnold)
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Jeremy McLain ...
Student (uncredited)

Directed by

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Lev L. Spiro

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Kevin Williamson ... (creator) (creator)
 
Chris Levinson ... (writer)

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Greg Berlanti ... executive producer
Tom Kapinos ... supervising producer
Gregory Prange ... executive producer
Cynthia Stegner ... associate producer
Jeffrey Stepakoff ... supervising producer

Music by

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Adam Fields

Editorial Department

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Dan Judy ... colorist
Linda Olague ... final colorist

Casting By

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Craig Fincannon
Lisa Mae Fincannon

Production Design by

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Alan Hook

Art Direction by

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William G. Davis

Costume Design by

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Katina Le Kerr

Makeup Department

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Kelly Jefferson ... makeup department head

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Michael G. Jefferson ... second assistant director
Marianne M. Scanlon ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Robert Beck ... property master
Beth Giles ... set decoration buyer
Michael J. Hall ... construction coordinator
James F. Oñate ... scenic foreman

Sound Department

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Matt Fann ... cable person
Dan Giannattasio ... boom operator
Albert Ibbotson ... sound supervisor
Sherry Klein ... re-recording mixer
Larry Long ... sound mixer
Robert Nichols II ... sound recordist
John Peccatiello ... assistant sound editor
David Wadley ... post sound services

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Stacy Barnhill ... grip
Patrick Borowiak ... assistant camera
Simon Carey ... condor pilot (uncredited)
Scott Frye ... b dolly grip
Cristiano Palermi ... lighting technician
Tommy Ray Sullivan ... gaffer

Casting Department

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McLean Alley ... extras casting associate
Mark Fincannon ... location casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Teresa Field ... wardrobe shop coordinator

Music Department

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Paula Cole ... composer: theme music / performer: theme song

Transportation Department

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Edwin Bowden ... driver (as Edwin Bowden Jr.)
Greg Stancil ... driver
Russell Hicks ... driver (uncredited)

Other crew

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Ryan Bennett ... production assistant
James W. Croke ... script editor
Brenda Dalrymple ... assistant to producers
Jason S. Edwards ... production assistant
John T. Haun ... production accountant
Andy House ... production executive
Eric Johnson ... production assistant
Mary Beth Moore ... assistant production coordinator
Birdie Talanca ... payroll master
Kimberly Helms Stewart ... stand-in (uncredited)
George Mims ... stand-in (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

While Joey glows after being accepted into Worthington University, Dawson is forced to face a crushing rejection when he is denied to NYU. Joey's elated mood, however, is tempered by a sobering realization due to the fact her sister, Bessie, runs a B&B she can't afford the $15,000 tuition requirement, until Dawson proposes a surprising solution: loaning her the money Mr. Brooks left for him in his will, which increases her guilt for lying to him about sleeping with Pacey. Meanwhile, Jen and Jack have nothing but options when it comes to college. While Jack's convinced that New York is the place to go, Jen isn't so sure she's ready to return there because of unresolved issues with her parents. Jen tries asking Drue for advice on her past, but he's no help. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Admissions (United States)
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  • 43 min
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Did You Know?

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Movie Connections References The Twilight Zone (1959). See more »
Quotes Dawson: [to Joey] You're gonna have some of the best years of your life at Worthington. And I wanna hear all about them.
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