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Season 3

36 :03x01 - Like a Virgin

Sep/29/1999
Dawson meeting a mysterious girl named, Eve, who turns out to be a stripper, on his bus ride back to Capeside from Philadelphia. Joey realizes she was wrong to blame Dawson for having to turn in her father. Pacey encourages Dawson to take his dad's boat for a spin with Eve and they end up crashing into a dock in front of Joey's new job. When Eve helps Dawson pay for some of the damages with her stripping money, Pacey comes up with the brilliant idea to host a party with the strippers and charge admission. Jen tries out for the cheerleading squad and at her tryout calls out the head cheerleader which results in Jen being named head cheerleader. Dawson asks Pacey to look out for Joey when Dawson rejects her.
Guest Stars: Brittany Daniel as Eve Whitman | Niklaus Lange as Rob Logan | Vanessa Dorman as Belinda McGovern | Obba Babatundé as Principal Howard Green |
Co-Guest Stars: Amelia Martin as Bespectacled Girl | Fred Maske as Teenage Boy | Kelly Cheston as Madison Blacker | Aubrey Dollar as Marcy Bender
Director: Greg Prange
Writer: Tammy Ader
Songs: Buckcherry -- Dead Again, Mary Beth Maziarz -- Hold On, Tricky Woo -- Let Us Sing, Bob Seger -- Old Time Rock & Roll, Garbage -- Push It, Garbage -- Sleep Together, The Pretenders -- Who's Who

37 :03x02 - Homecoming

Oct/06/1999
Dawson is asked to make a video about the high school football team. Mitch convinces Jack to join the football team after seeing him catch several passes. The new freshmen quarterback has a crush on Jen. Jack's dad think it is best if Jack stays living with Grams and Jen. Joey accompanies Pacey to pick up Andie. Pacey notes that Andie has been distant since she got home and Andie admits that she slept with another guy at the care facility. Dawson and Eve are caught making out at the school pep rally.
Guest Stars: David Dukes as Joseph McPhee | Brittany Daniel as Eve Whitman | Michael Pitt as Henry Parker | Chris Demetral as Mark | Obba Babatundé as Principal Howard Green | Mary Lucy Bivins as Older Customer |
Co-Guest Stars: Rob Dator as Heavier Customer | Chris Nubel as Annoying Customer | John Bennes as Pharmacy Clerk | Beatrice Bush as Desk Clerk | Kelly Cheston as Madison Blacker | Aubrey Dollar as Marcy Bender | Christy Jo Wilburn as Cheerleader Veronica | Yolanda Camille Chambers as Cheerleader Betty
Director: Melanie Mayron
Songs: Moby -- Bodyrock, The Nines -- Days & Days, Not Identified -- Gonna Fly Now (Theme From Rocky), Capeside High Marching Band -- On Wisconsin, Tuck & Patti -- Time After Time

38 :03x03 - None of the Above

Oct/13/1999
Dawson is faced with an ethical dilemma when Eve gives him a copy of the PSAT's. Various members of the gang consider cheating but only one takes advantage when the fire alarm causes Dawson to leave the envelope behind. Joey faces sexual harassment at work when he refuses her bosses offer of a date. Pacey shows up drunk at Joey's work after Andie gives him a box filled with stuff he gave her while they were going out. Dawson accuses Pacey of stealing the test and the two get into a fight. Jack thinks the football team is being hard on him because he is gay. Henry seeks Jack help getting Jen's attention. On the morning of the PSAT, both Dawson and Pacey walk out on the test. An unlikely person is revealed as the thief.
Guest Stars: Brittany Daniel as Eve Whitman | Niklaus Lange as Rob Logan | Michael Pitt as Henry Parker | Obba Babatundé as Principal Howard Green |
Co-Guest Stars: Aubrey Dollar as Marcy Bender | Christy Jo Wilburn as Cheerleader Veronica | Yolanda Camille Chambers as Cheerleader Betty | Genevieve Barker as News Anchor
Director: Patrick Norris
Songs: Nine Days -- Absolutely (Story Of A Girl), Evan and Jaron -- From My Head To My Heart, Chris Isaak -- Speak Of The Devil, Train -- Swaying, Sue Medley -- You Won't See Me Cry

39 :03x04 - Home Movies

Oct/20/1999
Pacey encourages Joey to skip school with him but the two are caught by Principal Green. Jen quits the cheerleading squad but they beg her to honor the silent auction for a kiss with her. Mitch isn't thrilled about Dawson's piece on Jack running on Gail's TV station. Andie's begins to panic when she thinks Principal Green knows she cheated on the PSAT's.
Guest Stars: Michael Pitt as Henry Parker | Obba Babatundé as Principal Howard Green |
Co-Guest Stars: David Bridgewater as ETS Man | Kelly Cheston as Madison Blacker | Janice Fincher as Joey's Mother | John Shearin as Emmett Creed | Preston Grover as Young Dawson | Kalani McGinn Bullington as Young Joey | Kevin Martin Eller as Linebacker | Aubrey Dollar as Marcy Bender | Lindsay Leb as Freshman Girl | Devin C. Odom as Freshman Boy
Director: Nick Marck
Songs: Sue Medley -- Break The Chain, Mad Lion -- Go To War, Jude -- I Do, Jude -- I'm Sorry Now, Atomic Fireballs -- Man With A Hex, Bleach -- Static

40 :03x05 - Indian Summer

Oct/27/1999
After catching Eve exiting Grams house late at night, Dawson becomes more curious about her and begins digging around to find out more about her. Jen is irate when Jack sets her up with Henry. Joey continues to be harassed by Rob and becomes concerned when Andie goes on a date with him.
Special Guest Stars: Dylan Neal as Doug Witter |
Guest Stars: Brittany Daniel as Eve Whitman | Niklaus Lange as Rob Logan | Michael Pitt as Henry Parker |
Co-Guest Stars: Lou Criscuolo as Strip Club Guy | Felecia Rafield as Desk Clerk
Director: Lou Antonio
Songs: Chantal Kreviazuk -- Before You, Madonna -- Swim

41 :03x06 - Secrets and Lies

Nov/10/1999
Andie makes a hefty accusation towards Rob to gain Pacey's attention. As part of being elected Homecoming Queen, Jen must plan a party for former Capeside Homecoming Queens. Gail returns to Capeside with a secret.
Guest Stars: K Callan as Miss Freckling | Michael Pitt as Henry Parker | Niklaus Lange as Rob Logan |
Co-Guest Stars: Richard K. Olsen as Mr. Milo | Pat Gleason (1) as Mr. Mendick | Barbara Weetman as Mrs. Mendick | Thomas Joseph Martovitz, Jr. as Christy Amity | Shane German as Amanda Reckonwoth | Acie Hendricks as Summer Clearance | Dan Martin as Megan Whoopie
Director: Greg Prange
Songs: Johann Ludwig Krebs (Composer) -- Concerto #1 in G Major, Chantal Kreviazuk -- Eve, Natalie MacMaster -- Get Me Through December, The Weather Girls -- It's Raining Men, Meredith Brooks -- Shout, Bleach -- Super Good Feeling

42 :03x07 - Escape from Witch Island

Nov/17/1999
Dawson recruits Joey, Pacey and Jen to help with with a Witch Island documentary instead of doing a paper on "The Crucible." Pacey and Jen agree on a friends with benefits relationship. Andie goes full force on heading up the disciplinary committee.
Guest Stars: Vanessa Dorman as Belinda McGovern | Wayne Pére as Boat Guy | Obba Babatundé as Principal Howard Green | Liz Vassey as Wendy Dalrymple |
Co-Guest Stars: Saycon Sengbloh as Conspiracy Theorist | Derrick Justin as Student |
Uncredited: Nikki Griffin as Extra
Writer: Tom Kapinos
Songs: The Tea Party -- Gone, Dragmatic -- If, Kim Stockwood -- Puzzle Girl

43 :03x08 - Guess Who's Coming to Dinner

Nov/24/1999
Jen's estranged mother surprises everyone by showing up unannounced for Thanksgiving. Dawson confronts her with what he found out about her past. Jen and Pacey are still being friendly, in their own ways.
Special Guest Stars: Mel Harris as Helen Lindley
Director: Jim Charleston
Writer: Heidi Ferrer
Songs: Eurythmics -- 17 Again, Bree Sharp -- America, Ariel's Worm -- Beginner's Luck, Mary Beth Maziarz -- Better Than Anyone, Janis Ian -- Getting Over You, Alanis Morissette -- That I Would Be Good

44 :03x09 - Four to Tango

Dec/01/1999
Dawson catches Pacey acting awkwardly on more than one occasion and thinks Pacey and Joey are sleeping together. Meanwhile, Andie pressures Jack into meeting a man from the internet.
Co-Guest Stars: Amy Parish as Penny Pretty | Jason Davis (4) as Stan Kapinos | Tony Schnur as Ben Street | Gloria Crist as Teacher | Suellen Yates as Librarian
Writer: Gina Fattore
Songs: Parry Music Library -- Dear Heart, Peter Searcy -- Hateful, Wood -- Knock It On The Head, Vitamin C -- Me, Myself, and I, OneMusic Library -- So In Love, Wood -- Stay You, Chapell Music Library -- Walking In The Rain, Violin Road -- World You Want

45 :03x10 - First Encounters of the Close Kind

Dec/15/1999
Dawson, Joey, Jack and Andie visit Boston. Joey and Andy visit a college for a campus visit while Dawson enters his Witch Island film in a festival. Jack explores Boston's gay scene.
Special Guest Stars: Marla Gibbs as Mrs. Fran Boyd | Robin Dunne as A.J. Moller |
Guest Stars: Bianca Lawson as Nikki Green | Adam Kaufman as Ethan |
Co-Guest Stars: John Allore as Mr. Pruet | Annie Morgan as Student # 1 | Brandon O'Dell as Student # 2 | Mark Steelman as Student # 3 | Jason Saucier as Bartender | Greg Provance as Marky Mark | Jonathan Orgott as Bus Driver | Lisa Cafiero as Woman's Major Student | Maya Tai Dorsey as College Girl | Jonathan Frappier as Know-It-All Guy | Traci Dinwiddie as Bo Ho Chic | Richard Dorton as Gay Man # 1 | Jamie Cheatham as Gay Man #2
Director: Greg Prange
Writer: Leslie Ray
Songs: Ben Folds Five -- Kate, Counting Crows -- Mrs. Potter's Lullaby, Wood -- Never Ending, Last December -- Run Into You

46 :03x11 - Barefoot at Capefest

Jan/12/2000
Jen begins to rethink turning down Henry. Jack and Ethan spend time together at Capefest. Dawson spends time with Nikki and Principal Green. Andie pursues being associate director of the school play unknowing that Pacey is one of the leads.
Special Guest Stars: Michael Pitt as Henry Parker |
Guest Stars: Obba Babatundé as Principal Howard Green | Adam Kaufman as Ethan | Bianca Lawson as Nikki Green |
Co-Guest Stars: Thad Mace as Bad Actor # 3 | Mohamed El Eman as Dude | Maribeth Ayers as Actress # 1 | William Turell Hodges, III as Sort of Good Actor | Tyrone Hicks as Bad Actor # 2 | Caleb Burress as Bad Actor # 1 | Lee Norris as Actor # 2 | Stephen Michael Ayers as Mr. Broderick
Director: Jan Eliasberg
Songs: Rilo Kiley -- 85, Debra Davis -- Angels In The Attic, Pete Stewart -- Better Off, Declan Nine -- DeCapo, Weekend Excursion -- Finally Found You, John Lennon -- Imagine, Channeling Owen -- Scared Of Me, Rilo Kiley -- The Frug

47 :03x12 - A Weekend in the Country

Jan/19/2000
Bessie and Joey struggle to make ends meet after opening the Bed and Breakfast. Pacey tries to come to the rescue by inviting a famous critic to spend the evening. Andie pressures Jack to move back home. Mitch and Gale consider new business opportunities. Jen tells Henry about her past.
Special Guest Stars: Obi Ndefo as Bodie Wells | Michael Pitt as Henry Parker |
Co-Guest Stars: Lisa Mae Fincannon as Girl | Carl McIntyre as Fred Fricke | Kelly Jones Gabriele as Loan Officer | Jeffrey Stepakoff as Boy
Songs: Pancho's Lament -- Absence Of An Angel, Temptations -- Ain't Too Proud To Beg, Joni Mitchell -- Both Sides Now, Bryan Kelley -- Fear, Weekend Excursion -- Getting By, Pancho's Lament -- Promise Me This, Julie Plug -- Starmaker, Kind Of Blue -- Will You Ever Know

48 :03x13 - Northern Lights

Jan/26/2000
Pacey gets stage fright before opening night of his play. Joey has her first date with A.J. which causes her to miss Pacey's play. Dawson drops film class in his effort to find himself. Andie has to take over directing the play when Mr. Broderick gets sick. Henry makes another public declaration for Jen.
Special Guest Stars: Robin Dunne as A.J. Moller | Michael Pitt as Henry Parker |
Guest Stars: Bianca Lawson as Nikki Green |
Co-Guest Stars: Chris Hill (1) as Telephone Man | Maribeth Ayers as Actress | Stephen Michael Ayers as Mr. Broderick
Director: Jay Tobias
Writer: Gina Fattore
Songs: Savage Garden -- Affirmation, Trina Hamlin -- Even Now, Pancho's Lament -- Get On The Bus, Sue Medley -- No Regrets, Sinead Lohan -- What Can Never Be

49 :03x14 - Valentine's Day Massacre

Feb/02/2000
Henry goes to extreme measures to pay for his date with Jen. Jack's ex-girlfriend comes to town for a visit and reveals that her most recent boyfriend broke up with her and told her that he is gay. The rest of the group attends a party that is broken up by Doug. Pacey acts passive aggressive about his feelings for Joey and her back and forth relationship with Dawson.
Special Guest Stars: Michael Pitt as Henry Parker | Dylan Neal as Doug Witter |
Guest Stars: Alex Breckenridge as Kate Douglas | Michael Hagerty as Matt Caulfield |
Co-Guest Stars: Alison Robertson as Hostess | Robert Boris as Paramedic | Jennifer Keddy as Nurse Nicole
Director: Sandy Smolan
Writer: Tom Kapinos
Songs: DJ Rap -- Bad Girl, Bryan Kelley -- Charming The Gods, Susan Aglukark -- Never Be The Same, Patria -- Passion, Chevelle -- Point #1, Universal Honey -- Real World, Beanbag -- Taste Test, Debra Davis -- The Way Things Used To Be, Julie Plug -- What Can I Say

50 :03x15 - Crime and Punishment

Feb/09/2000
Joey's painting ends up being destroyed by the school's entitled bully. Pacey defends Joey's honor by confronting the bully. Andie resigns her position on the disciplinary committee and admits to stealing the PSAE test. Joey finds out the Dawson asked Pacey to look after her.
Special Guest Stars: Obi Ndefo as Bodie Wells | Dylan Neal as Doug Witter |
Guest Stars: Michael Hagerty as Matt Caulfield | Obba Babatundé as Principal Howard Green |
Co-Guest Stars: K.C. Poe as Freckly Girl | Estes Tarver as Dude #2 | Andrew Francis as Dude #1
Director: Joe Napolitano
Songs: Susan Aglukark -- Believe Again, Julie Plug -- Devoted, Trina Hamlin -- Flower Days, Susan Aglukark -- One Turn Deserves Another

51 :03x16 - To Green, With Love

Feb/16/2000
A small group of angry parents is upset over the kid that ruined Joey's mural being expelled from school make a lot of noise the Superintendent demands Principal Green reverse his decision or be asked to resign. Joey rallies fellow students at school to support Principal Green. Dawson helps his mother put together a story about Principal Green when the young reporter that she was replaced with only wants to tell one side.
Special Guest Stars: Robin Dunne as A.J. Moller | Obi Ndefo as Bodie Wells | Bianca Lawson as Nikki Green |
Guest Stars: Obba Babatundé as Principal Howard Green | Michael Hagerty as Matt Caulfield | Lawrence Pressman as Dr. Fielding | Jessica Collins (1) as Sherry Eisler |
Co-Guest Stars: Taylor Webb as Random Student #1 | Melissa Bragg-Lumsden as Student | Lee Norris as Random Student # 2 | Elaine Nalee as PTA Board Member #2 | John Baker (2) as PTA Board Member #1 | Michael J. Hunter as Robert Caulfield | Dawn Spinella as Administrative Assistant
Director: Kenneth Fink
Songs: That Lonesome Road -- James Taylor, Tracks Of My Tears -- Mary Beth Maziarz, Better Of -- Pete Stewart, Two Beds And A Coffee Machine -- Savage Garden

52 :03x17 - Cinderella Story

Mar/01/2000
Joey goes to visit A.J. and realizes that he is in love with his childhood best friend. Pacey begins is community service where he connects with a young boy. Dawson tries to help his mother get her restaurant ready for it's openin but Gail becomes upset when Dawson's asks his father to come and lend a hand. Joey and Pacey share a kiss.
Special Guest Stars: Jonathan Lipnicki as Buzz Thompson | Robin Dunne as A.J. Moller |
Guest Stars: Deborah Kellner as Morgan |
Co-Guest Stars: Nick Prange as Bully #2 | Corey Jackson as Bully #1 | Andrea Powell as Social Worker | Hank Troscianiec as Wannabe Chef | Karen Kirschenbauer as Handsome Woman
Songs: The Answer -- Brooke Ramel, I Can't Try Hard Enough -- Dag Juhlin, I Know -- Kind Of Blue, Gone -- Sue Medley, Dry Land -- Tara McLean, Settling -- Tara McLean

53 :03x18 - Neverland

Apr/05/2000
Pacey and Joey try to deal with their kiss. Pacey attempts to tell Dawson on their camping trip about his feelings for Joey but never finds the right moment. Jen is upset when Henry doesn't invite her to his birthday party. Jack's dad tries to spend time with Jack and Ethan but Jack acts rude to his father. Andie, Jen and Joey have a girl's night.
Special Guest Stars: Michael Pitt as Henry Parker | Dylan Neal as Doug Witter | Jonathan Lipnicki as Buzz Thompson |
Guest Stars: Adam Kaufman as Ethan | David Dukes as Joseph McPhee |
Co-Guest Stars: Patrick Stogner as Buzz's Friend #1 | Alex Wharf as Football Bud | Raymond J. Revnyak, Jr. as Buzz's Friend # 2
Director: Patrick Norris
Songs: Anything -- Brooke Ramel, Go Be Young -- Edwin McCain, I'll Stay Right Here (Moments) -- Eli, If You Leave -- Last December, Chosen Family -- Leona Naess, Give Me A Reason -- Mission Delores, In My Life -- Trina Hamlin, Even Now -- Trina Hamlin

54 :03x19 - Stolen Kisses

Apr/26/2000
The group, minus Jack and Jen, head to Dawson's aunt's house for spring break. Pacey and Joey deal try and deal with their feeling and share another kiss which Dawson's aunt witnesses. Jen gets jealous when a waitress at the restaurant flirts with Henry.
Special Guest Stars: Rodney Scott as Will Krudski | Michael Pitt as Henry Parker |
Guest Stars: Julie Bowen as Dawson's Aunt Gwen | Sarah Lancaster as Shelley |
Co-Guest Stars: Sam Robison as Howard | William Flaman as Local Guy | Susan Williams as Megan | Hank Troscianiec as Hank the Chef
Director: Greg Prange
Writer: Tom Kapinos
Songs: Walking In My Sleep -- Better Days, One And Only -- Better Days, Wild Thing -- Joshua Jackson, Louie, Louie -- Karaoke Gang, Daydream Believer -- Katie Holmes / James Van Der Beek, Ooh, Child -- Meredith Monroe, Goodnight Moon -- Shivaree, Idiot Waltz -- Shivaree, Wild Thing -- X

55 :03x20 - The Longest Day

May/03/2000
The reveal of Joey and Pacey's relationship is told by each characters point of view.
Special Guest Stars: Jonathan Lipnicki as Buzz Thompson | Dylan Neal as Doug Witter | Michael Pitt as Henry Parker | Rodney Scott as Will Krudski
Director: Perry Lang
Writer: Gina Fattore
Songs: Thank You -- Dido, Miss Fortune -- Eagle-Eye Cherry, Mend -- Jann Arden, In Your Keeping -- Jann Arden, Matter Of Time -- Jennifer Parsignault

56 :03x21 - Show Me Love

May/10/2000
Dawson uses Capeside's annual regatta to try and "win" Joey over. Henry is relentless in trying to get Jen to forgive him. When Jen finally does forgive Henry they spend the whole night talking but Grams gets the wrong impression. Gail finally takes matters into her own hands with Mitch.
Special Guest Stars: Rodney Scott as Will Krudski | Michael Pitt as Henry Parker
Songs: Sunday Morning -- Better Days, Music To My Ears -- Jenny Bruce, Somewhere In New Mexico -- Jill Sobule, Crush'em -- Megadeth, Fiction -- Nik Kershaw, Let That Be Enough -- Switchfoot, Hazel -- Troy Young Campbell

57 :03x22 - The Anti-Prom

May/17/2000
When Jack is refused admission to the problem if he brings Ethan as his date, Dawson arranges for an alternative prom to be held at his mom's restaurant. Jen is upset when she learns Henry is planning to attend football camp for 8 weeks over the summer and breaks up with him. Gail proposes to Mitch.
Special Guest Stars: Michael Pitt as Henry Parker | Adam Kaufman as Ethan |
Co-Guest Stars: Corri English as Barbara Johns
Director: Greg Prange
Songs: Little Things -- Chantal Kreviazuk, Foresight -- Granian, London Rain -- Heather Nova, In Every Corner -- Julie Plug, I Believe -- Kind Of Blue, My Invitation -- Sarah Slean, Once In A Life -- Twila Paris, This Misery -- Wild Colonials, It's Not Unusual -- Wild Colonials

58 :03x23 - True Love

May/24/2000
Mitch and Gail remarry. Joey makes a final choice between Dawson and Pacey. Jen and Jack chase down Henry and Ethan to tell them their true feelings, but with different end results.
Special Guest Stars: Adam Kaufman as Ethan | Obi Ndefo as Bodie Wells | Michael Pitt as Henry Parker | Dylan Neal as Doug Witter |
Guest Stars: David Dukes as Joseph McPhee |
Co-Guest Stars: Harold Bergman as Elderly Reverend | Burgess Jenkins as Brad | Chuck Kinlaw as Bus Driver
Songs: Walking In My Sleep -- Better Days, Days Like These -- Janis Ian, Sleepless -- Jann Arden, The Riverside -- Jessica Andrews, I Will Be There For You -- Jessica Andrews, Promise Me This -- Pancho's Lament, Jealous -- Sinead O'Connor
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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Soaps
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: WB ( USA)
Airs: Wednesdays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: January 20, 1998
Ended: May 14, 2003
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