Dawson's Creek (1998–2003)
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Like a Virgin 

After spending the summer with his mother in Philadelphia, Dawson returns to Capeside and meets a beautiful, outgoing, young woman, named Eve Whitman, on the bus from Philadelphia. Eve soon... See full summary »

Director:

Gregory Prange (as Greg Prange)

Writers:

Kevin Williamson (created by), Tammy Ader
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Van Der Beek ... Dawson Leery
Katie Holmes ... Joey Potter
Michelle Williams ... Jen Lindley
Joshua Jackson ... Pacey Witter
Kerr Smith ... Jack McPhee
Meredith Monroe ... Andie McPhee (credit only)
Mary-Margaret Humes ... Gail Leery (credit only)
John Wesley Shipp ... Mitch Leery
Mary Beth Peil ... Evelyn 'Grams' Ryan
Nina Repeta ... Bessie Potter
Brittany Daniel ... Eve Whitman
Niklaus Lange Niklaus Lange ... Rob Logan
Vanessa Dorman Vanessa Dorman ... Belinda McGovern
Obba Babatundé ... Principal Howard Green
Amelia Martin ... Stacey
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Storyline

After spending the summer with his mother in Philadelphia, Dawson returns to Capeside and meets a beautiful, outgoing, young woman, named Eve Whitman, on the bus from Philadelphia. Eve soon brings trouble to Dawson's ho-hum life when he accidentally wrecks his father's boat during an outing with her and tries to come up with $3,000 to repair it before Mitch finds out. So, Eve helps out by throwing a rave party at the Leery house with strippers from the club she works at. Meanwhile, Joey, who has frozen Dawson out all summer for forcing her to rat out her father, realizes that she still has feelings for him again when they meet during the first day back at Capeside High as juniors. While working at the Capeside Marina, Joey deals with the come-ons from her sexist boss Rob Logan. Jen gets more than she bargained for when she tries out for Capeside High's cheer leading squad and faces off in a war-of-wits against the mean-spirited head cheerleader, and acquires her position. Also, Mitch ... Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 September 1999 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

During the cheerleading tryouts at 15:35, Stacey sings a parody of the Paula Cole song "I Don't Want To Wait". This song was used as the shows opening theme during the shows run on tv. However, after being released onto dvd, only the first two seasons and the two part series finale retain this theme song. See more »

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Principal Green: Good morning, I'm Principal Green. Welcome to the new school year. Like all of you, in my junior year of high school, I had a new principal. My first day back, he stood before us and imparted some honest and touching words, words which were ment to usher into what he called one of the best years of our lives. This is not that speach. We live in a different time. You children are living and thinking like people twice your age, and why shouldn't you? The rites of passage which onced marked ...
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References Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) See more »

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