Unusual episode about four separate plots told in chronological order rather than concurrently as in previous episodes. "About Last Night": Left behind at the ski lodge, Pacey and Joey are forced to go home by bus where they talk about their sordid night before where he is insecure about his performance and she brings up her own insecurity. "The Big Picture": In Capeside, Dawson is forced to face Mr. Brooks' death by going through his belongings with Gretchen. But soon, Dawson gets surprised to find out that he is Mr. Brooks' will and finds himself with a lot of money in his hands, and no idea of what to do with it. "Excess Baggage": As punishment for breaking into her hotel mini-bar and getting drunk during the class ski trip, Jen is forced to see a psychologist where she can discuss her "inner teen issues." But Jen finds the psychologist, Dr. Tom Frost, to know more about Jen than she does about herself. "Seems Like Old Times": Joey's path with Dawson's collide when they spend an ...
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This episode is divided into 4 parts, each part having its own title and being a complete story centered in one character, as if they were four ten-minute episodes. They have the following names, in order of appearance: About Last Night, The Big Picture, Excess Baggage and Seems Like Old Times. They all share their titles with well-known movies. See more
When Dawson and Joey are talking outside the theater, Joey's bangs switch back and forth from long to short between shots. See more
Jo, you're not a bad friend. I don't get to say it much anymore, but... You're my best friend. You always were. No matter where you are, no matter where your life may take you, and no matter who you're with...
You'll always have a piece of my heart.
Something like that.
Yeah. Doesn't have to be a huge piece.
No, no, no, no. Not a huge piece. Just enough. You know, tiny piece.
References Cat on a Hot Tin Roof