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Season 1

1 :01x01 - Pilot

Jan/20/1998
After a typical movie night, Joey tells Dawson’s (who have been best friends since the age of 6) that she doesn’t really think if it is possible for them to share the same bed and continue a platonic relationship now that they are going into high school. But her fears are put to rest when Jen, the granddaughter of Dawson’s neighbor, moves to town and Dawson becomes infatuated with her. Pacey, Dawson’s pal starts to fall for the new English teacher and drags the entire group to a movie he knows she will be attending. It is during the movie that Joey gets bitchy with Jen, noticing that Jen is moving in on Dawson; but there relationship is patched up at the end when Dawson and Joey share some intimate information…
Guest Stars: Nicole Nieth as Nellie Oleson | Mitchell Laurance as Mr. Benjamin Gold | Leann Hunley as Tamara Jacobs |
Co-Guest Stars: Ed Grady as Gramps | Ted King as Newscaster Bob | Evan Kelly as Roger Fulford | Rick Forrester as Big Guy | George Gaffney as Bodie Wells
Director: Steve Miner
Songs: Sophie B. Hawkins -- As I Lay Me Down, Jann Arden -- Good Mother, BoDeans -- Hey Pretty Girl, The Pretenders -- I'll Stand By You, Say-So -- Mercy Me, Chumbawamba -- Tubthumping

2 :01x02 - Dance

Jan/27/1998
Joey finds out that Mrs. Leery has been cheating on her husband with her co-anchor and confronts her about it. Pacey starts to bug (and interested) Tamara with these openly public flirting styles, and Dawson casts Jen as the leading lady in his monster film (downgrading Joey’s role in the process). Meanwhile, a school dance puts everyone in a weird mood, especially when Dawson interrupt’s Jen’s date with the Quarterback.
Guest Stars: Scott Foley as Cliff | Leann Hunley as Ms. Jacobs | Nicole Nieth as Nellie Oleson |
Co-Guest Stars: Mitchell Laurance as Mr. Gold
Director: Steve Miner
Songs: Nowhere Blossoms -- Am I Cool, The Autumns -- Apple, Paul Chiten -- But You, Sarah Masen -- Flames of Truth, Abra Moore -- Happiness, Savage Garden -- I Want You, Gina G -- Ooh Ahh...Just A Little Bit, Paul Chiten -- Pretty Strange, Jann Arden -- You Don't Know Me

3 :01x03 - Kiss

Feb/03/1998
Joey tells a white lie to a customer at the Bait Shop about being rice and in capeside on vacation, but becomes conflicted when she falls for the boy, and he falls for her. Dawson’s film class is put in charge of helping Cliff get his movie off the ground, which causes tensions for him as well, and Jen. During the filming of the final scene of Dawson’s movie instead of capturing his first kiss on camera like he planned, he catches Pacey losing his virginity.
Guest Stars: Nicole Nieth as Nellie Oleson | Leann Hunley as Ms. Jacobs | Scott Foley as Cliff | Obi Ndefo as Bodie Wells | Ian Bohen as Anderson Crawford |
Co-Guest Stars: Patrick Tucker as Football Player #2 | Chris Blackwelder as Football Player #1 | Angela Ray as Student #2 | Mitchell Laurance as Mr. Benjamin Gold |
Uncredited: Christopher Berry as Cameraman
Songs: Toad the Wet Sprocket -- All I Want, Billie Myers -- First Time, Sophie Zelmani -- I'll Remember You, The Slugs -- Kingdom, Tanya Donelly -- Pretty Deep, Eddi Reader -- The Right Place, Wake Ooloo -- Too Many Times, Meredith Brooks -- What Would Happen

4 :01x04 - Discovery

Feb/10/1998
When Dawson finds out about his mother’s affair and Joey’s knowledge of it, Dawson feels betrayed by both of them. Seeking solace he turns to Jen to talk with, but learns more than he bargained for about her own past digressions – and the true reason she moved to Capeside. Meanwhile Pacey and Tamara’s fling gets more involved and intimate
Guest Stars: Leann Hunley as Ms. Jacobs |
Co-Guest Stars: Ed Grady as Gramps | Travis Stanberry as Carl | Mitchell Laurance as Mr. Benjamin Gold
Director: Steve Miner
Songs: Toad the Wet Sprocket -- Amnesia, Kyf Brewer -- Beautiful Thing, Sarah McLachlan -- Full Of Grace, Barenaked Ladies -- I Know, Say-So -- Stand By Me, Tom Snow -- That's What Love Can Do, The Hang Ups -- Top of Morning, The Devlins -- World Outside

5 :01x05 - Hurricane

Feb/17/1998
During a major hurricane Jen, Grams, Joey, and Bessie take refuge inside the large Leery house. And if tempers weren’t flaring enough between Grams and Bessie, Mitch overhears Dawson and Gail’s fight about her affair, realizing that his wife has been cheating on him; at the same time Jen tries to discuss with Dawson about her previous revelation. Meanwhile Pacey and his deputy brother take refuge in Tamara’s home, where Deputy Witter begins to suspect something is right.
Guest Stars: Leann Hunley as Ms. Jacobs | Dylan Neal as Deputy Doug Witter | Obi Ndefo as Bodie Wells | Ric Reitz as Bob |
Uncredited: Patt Noday as Weatherman
Director: Lou Antonio
Songs: Marc Cohn -- Healing Hands, R.E.M. -- It's The End Of The World As We Know It

6 :01x06 - Baby

Feb/24/1998
While discussing his relationship with Tamara to Dawson, Pacey accidentally allows a classmate to overhear – and within minutes the rumors are flying all around school. Meanwhile, Bessie goes into labor, but is miles from the hospital and the only local ambulance is broken down. Without options she agrees to allow Grams to deliver the baby, where Joey and Jean learn some life lessons.
Guest Stars: Dylan Neal as Deputy Doug Witter | Leann Hunley as Ms. Jacobs | Obi Ndefo as Bodie Wells |
Co-Guest Stars: Christopher Berry as Eric | Chris Blackwelder as Roger | Traci Dinwiddie as Waiter | Josh Crouch as Smoker/Kenny Leaverton | Dorothy Recasner Brown as Caroline Fields
Director: Steve Miner
Songs: Susanna Hoffs -- All I Want, Andrew Dorff -- Insecuriosity, Beth Nielsen Chapman -- Seven Shades Of Blue, Amanda Marshall -- Sitting On Top Of The World

7 :01x07 - Detention

Mar/03/1998
In an homage to ‘The Breakfast Club’ all the major characters (as well as bad girl Abby Morgan) are sentences to an 8-hour Saturday detention – supervised by the school librarian Mrs. Tringle. Abby starts trouble by suggesting a game of truth or dare that escalades into something totally different within mere minutes…
Guest Stars: Monica Keena as Abby Morgan |
Co-Guest Stars: Mike Pniewski as Mr. Pickering | Helen Baldwin as Mrs. Tringle | Barry Bell as Coach | Adrienne Harvey as Cheerleader #2 | Linda Bureau as Cheerleader #1 | Micah Leamer as Daniel | Mati Moralejo as Grant
Director: Allan Arkush
Songs: Colony -- A Lot Like You, Michelle Malone -- Grace, Colony -- Saturday, Chickenpox -- Stupid, Dance Hall Crashers -- Will Tomorrow Ever Come

8 :01x08 - Boyfriend

Mar/10/1998
While attempting to rebuild their marriage, the tension between Mitch and Gale finally hits a breaking point. Joey, feeling pressured about school and things between her and Dawson, lets off too much steam of at a beach party and gets herself into a sticky situation, which Pacey has to save her from. Meanwhile, Jen’s old boyfriend from New York shows up in town, causing tensions between her and Dawson – especially when the guy decides to crash on Dawson’s Floor.
Guest Stars: Scott Foley as Cliff | Eion Bailey as Billy Konrad |
Co-Guest Stars: Jeremy Moore as Tyler | Paula Davis as Complaining Officer
Director: Michael Fields
Songs: Cush -- Being Right, Blink 182 -- Dammit, INXS -- Elegantly Wasted, Ben Folds Five -- Evaporated, Chantal Kreviazuk -- Green Apples, The Slugs -- We'll Get Through

9 :01x09 - Roadtrip

Mar/17/1998
Hoping to get over Jen, Dawson’s agrees to Join Billy (Jen’s old boyfriend) and Pacey on a boys-only road trip, where he gets more than he bargained for when he realizes Billy’s true intentions. But the trip proves to not be a total failure when he meets a fellow film geek who helps him realize what he is really looking for in a girl. Meanwhile, when a jock says he slept with Joey, Jen helps Joey with damage control, which inadvertently makes the rumor get completely out of control.
Guest Stars: Eric Balfour as Warren Gary | Eion Bailey as Billy Konrad | Monica Keena as Abby Morgan |
Co-Guest Stars: Melissa Suzanne McBride as Nina | Helen Baldwin as Mrs. Tringle | Dean Mumford as Stunt Redneck | J.R. Rodriguez as Redneck | Jessica Chappell as Blonde
Director: Steve Robman
Songs: Boom Hank -- Carry Me, Nowhere Blossoms -- I'm Not Sleeping, Judge Nothing -- Monkey Mind, Judge Nothing -- Nashville, The Slugs -- Requiem For A Lightweight, Swerve -- Right Today, Sounder -- The Step Inside, Ron Sexsmith -- Thinking Out Loud, Days Of The New -- Touch, Peel & Stand, Savage Garden -- Truly, Madly, Deeply, Space Monkeys -- We Are The Supercool, Super Deluxe -- Your Pleasure's Mine

10 :01x10 - Double Date

Apr/28/1998
Dawson asks a classmate out (whom he knows has a crush on him) on a double date with Jen and Cliff; but very quickly his date catches on his plot to get Jen Back. Meanwhile, in order for Pacey to pass biology, and Joey to get enough extra credit to get her A+, their teacher assigns them on a group project – where they finally bond as friends, causing Dawson some jealously.
Guest Stars: Megahn Perry as Mary Beth | Scott Foley as Cliff |
Co-Guest Stars: Keith Flippen as Dr. Rand | Craig Edwards as Carnival Attendant
Director: David Semel
Songs: Vaporhead -- Comeback, Jann Arden -- Hangin by a Thread, Melissa Etheridge -- I'm the Only One, Louie Says -- She, World Party -- She's the One, Leslie King and Shelby Craft -- What's Going On

11 :01x11 - The Scare

May/05/1998
Dawson prepares scares for his friends but Jen feels left out when he doesn't plan anything for her. A real serial killer is on the loose as Dawson holds a seance.
Guest Stars: Jennifer McComb as Ursula | Scott Foley as Cliff |
Co-Guest Stars: Ed Grady as Gramps | Patt Noday as Reporter | David Blanchard as David | Justin Smith (2) as Eddie | Mitchell Laurance as Mr. Gold
Director: Rodman Flender
Songs: Mary Thornton and Adam Castillo -- Do You Dream?, Vaporhead -- Nobody Cares, The Tea Party -- Temptation, The Rosenbergs -- Will U Drive Me?

12 :01x12 - Beauty Contest

May/12/1998
Dawson is starting to see Joey in a new light since she entered a beauty contest, the more interest he seems to have the more Jen regrets in breaking up with him. Pacey decides he wants to move into his own apartment so in trying to get money he enters the beauty contest himself.
Guest Stars: Lori Rom as Hannah Von Wenning |
Co-Guest Stars: Robby Preddy as Pageant Sign-Up Lady | Cara Stoner as Roberta Crump | Marguerite Lowell as Mrs. Pennoyer | Tara Killian as Girl | Courtney Fendley as Contestant #1 | G. Martin Eckhardt as Soundman/Cameraman
Director: Arvin Brown
Writer: Dana Baratta
Songs: Amanda Marshall -- Fall From Grace, Susan Sandberg -- Girl With All The Goodbyes, Joshua Jackson -- New York, New York, Katie Holmes -- On My Own, Chickenpox -- Pretty Face, Eve 6 -- Small Town Trap, Goldfinger -- Superman, Chantal Kreviazuk -- Surrounded

13 :01x13 - Decisions

May/19/1998
Bessie forces Joey to go visit their father in prison on his birthday. Dawson accompanies Joey on the trip which opens some old wounds, but heals others. Joey and Dawson finally share their feelings together, but Joey is contemplating a chance of a lifetime: to spend a semester in France. Meanwhile, Jen struggles to keep her family together as her grandfather is rushed to the hospital.
Guest Stars: Gareth Williams as Mike Potter | Dylan Neal as Doug Witter |
Co-Guest Stars: Richard Fullerton as Guard | Helen Baldwin as Mrs. Tringle | Ed Grady as Gramps
Director: David Semel
Story: Jon Harmon Feldman | Teleplay: Dana Baratta
Songs: Sarah McLachlan -- Angel, Melodie Crittenden -- Broken Road, Edwin McCain -- I'll Be, Beth Nielsen Chapman -- Say Goodnight, Dog's Eye View -- What Do You Do?

Season 2

14 :02x01 - The Kiss

Oct/07/1998
Dawson and Joey try to figure out what to do next since they had their first kiss. Meanwhile Pacey plays a not so funny joke on a new girl. Jen deals with her grandfather's death. Mitch sees a divorce lawyer.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee |
Guest Stars: Ali Larter as Kristy Livingstone |
Co-Guest Stars: Juliet Cesario as Assistant |
Uncredited: Liesl Ehardt as Cheerleader
Director: David Semel
Songs: Phish -- Birds Of A Feather, John Hiatt -- Have A Little Faith In Me, Heather Nova -- London Rain, Fastball -- Out Of My Head, Beth Nielsen Chapman -- Say Goodnight, Nowhere Blossoms -- Swallow

15 :02x02 - Crossroads

Oct/14/1998
Dawson's is preoccupied in his relationship with Joey and forgots about Pacey's sixteenth birthday. Dawson looks at Joey's diary without her knowing. Mitch and Gale seek advice about their marriage. Jen begins hanging out with Abby. Andie's brother Jack gets a job at the Ice House.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee |
Guest Stars: Monica Keena as Abby Morgan |
Co-Guest Stars: Tom Nowicki as Cole | Amber Dority as Girl | Lorri Lindberg as Examiner
Director: Dennie Gordon
Writer: Dana Baratta
Songs: The Sterlings -- Always, Aryana -- Dear Mary, Sprung Monkey -- Get 'Em Outta Here, Aryana -- Good Intentions, Feeding Like Butterflies -- Killers, The MacAnanys -- Luckiest Guy, Eagle-Eye Cherry -- Save Tonight, Bic Runga -- Sway

16 :02x03 - Alternative Lifestyles

Oct/21/1998
A school economic assignment puts Dawson with Jen, Pacey with Andie and Joey by herself. Jen uses the opportunity to get closer to Dawson. Pacey misreads Andie's situation. Joey explores what life could be like as a successful career woman and accidently offends Bessie. Mitch and Gail consider an open marriage.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee | Monica Keena as Abby Morgan | Leann Hunley as Tamara Jacobs |
Guest Stars: Tamara Taylor as Laura Weston |
Co-Guest Stars: Chris Blackwelder as Jeff | Colin Fickes as Kenny | Jonathan Taylor Luthren as Trey | Jeff Pillars as Mr. Maddock | Nancy Saunders (2) as Landlady
Director: David Semel
Songs: Chickenpox -- Anything You Say, Harvey Danger -- Flagpole Sitta, Sozzi -- Four Eyes, Say-So -- Mary Be Merry, Bruce Hornsby -- Swan Song, Catie Curtis -- The Party's Over, Newsboys -- WooHoo

17 :02x04 - Tamara's Return

Oct/28/1998
Joey's newfound interest in art causes a rift between her and Dawson but common ground with Jack. Tamara returns to Capeside to sell some property and runs into Pacey. Andie reveals to Dawson that she likes Pacey. Jen's friendship with Abby is threatened when a hot older guy shows interest in Jen but not Abby.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee | Monica Keena as Abby Morgan | Leann Hunley as Ms. Jacobs |
Guest Stars: Joe Flanigan as Vince | Tamara Taylor as Laura Weston
Songs: Shawn Mullins -- And On A Rainy Night, Colony -- Breathe, Seven Mary Three -- Each Little Mystery, Zoe -- Half As Good, Donna Lewis -- Harvest Moon, Tori Amos -- Northern Lad

18 :02x05 - Full Moon Rising

Nov/04/1998
A full moon means bad luck for several residents of Capeside. Dawson comes to a realization about his parents marriage. Jen goes on a date with Vince that ends with Grams catching the two making out. Andie agrees to go out with Pacey but doesn't want him picking her up at her house. Pacey meets Andie and Jack's mother and Andie has to tell him the truth about her family. Jack kisses Joey.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee | Monica Keena as Abby Morgan | Leann Hunley as Ms. Jacobs |
Guest Stars: Joe Flanigan as Vince | Caroline Kava as Mrs. McPhee |
Co-Guest Stars: J.C. Quinn as Lone Customer | Robert Treveiler as Gary
Director: David Semel
Writer: Dana Baratta
Songs: Marc Jordan -- Catch The Moon, Jewel -- Hands, Semisonic -- Secret Smile

19 :02x06 - The Dance

Nov/11/1998
At the school dance, Andie tries to play matchmaker with Jack and Jen. Dawson finds out about the kiss. Pacey hurts Andie's feelings by dancing with Kristy. Gale and Mitch tell Dawson they are separating.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee | Monica Keena as Abby Morgan |
Guest Stars: Ali Larter as Kristy Livingstone |
Co-Guest Stars: Sean C.W. Johnson as Brett (as Sean Johnson)
Director: Lou Antonio
Songs: Nowhere Blossoms -- Cinnamon Waits, Jessica Simpson -- Did You Ever Love Somebody?, Kenny Loggins -- Footloose, Tal Bachman -- If You Sleep, Sixpence None The Richer -- Kiss Me, Grammatrain -- Less of Me, Wine Field -- Man On A Mast, Reel Big Fish -- Sell Out, Tal Bachman -- She's So High, Garbage -- Special, Donna Lewis -- Take Me Home

20 :02x07 - The All-Nighter

Nov/18/1998
The gang goes to Chris's house to study for a major test, even though not much studying gets doen at first.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee |
Guest Stars: Jason Behr as Chris Wolfe | Brighton Hertford as Dina Wolfe |
Co-Guest Stars: Edmund J. Kearney as Mr. Peterson
Director: David Semel
Songs: Swirl 360 -- Candy In The Sun, Cowboy Junkies -- Hold On To Me, Whiskeytown -- Losering, Save Ferris -- Nobody But Me, Bob Mair -- Push Me Over, Barenaked Ladies -- Who Needs Sleep?, Switchfoot -- You

21 :02x08 - The Reluctant Hero

Nov/25/1998
Dawson gets good news about his horror movie. Joey goes on a date with Jack. Andie vows to help Pacey improve his grades in school but her mother's deteriorating condition may get in the way. Jen continues to spiral out of control.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee |
Guest Stars: Jason Behr as Chris Wolfe | Caroline Kava as Mrs. McPhee |
Co-Guest Stars: Rasool J'Han as Manager | Richard K. Olsen as Mr. Milo | Todd Sheeler as Todd
Director: Joe Napolitano
Songs: Goo Goo Dolls -- Acoustic #3, Hole -- Celebrity Skin, The Flys -- Got You (Where I Want You), R.E.M. -- Hope, Dana Mase -- Sitting With An Angel, Shooter -- This Is Who I Am

22 :02x09 - The Election

Dec/16/1998
Andie and Joey are the victim in a smear campaign by Abby when they run for class officers opposite her. Dawson catches his parents having sex on the kitchen table but is stunned to learn they are still going through with the divorce. Jen encourages Dawson to take more risks. Jack notices that Andie's mood swings are become more frequent.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee | Monica Keena as Abby Morgan |
Guest Stars: Jason Behr as Chris Wolfe |
Co-Guest Stars: Colin Fickes as Kenny | Richard K. Olsen as Mr. Milo
Director: Patrick Norris
Songs: Chumbawamba -- Amnesia, Mud'l Head -- Dead Yet, Heather Nova -- Heart and Shoulder, The Slugs -- Kingdom, Kelly Brock -- Sacred, Morley -- Slingshots, Catie Curtis -- Troubled Mind, Switchfoot -- Underwater, Garbage -- You Look So Fine

23 :02x10 - High Risk Behavior

Jan/13/1999
Dawson precedes with his movie with Jen as his new producer. Jack spills his drink on Joey's drawing and offers to pose nude so she can redo it. Pacey and Andie consider taking things to the next level.
Special Guest Stars: Monica Keena as Abby Morgan | Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee |
Guest Stars: Jason Behr as Chris Wolfe |
Co-Guest Stars: John Bennes as Pharmacist | Sallie Hedrick as Cheerleader | Cora Holden as Girl With Braces | Brett Macke as Big Neck Football Player | Shane Callahan as James Lowell
Writer: Jenny Bicks
Songs: Sheryl Crow -- Anything But Down, Tia Texada -- Driving You Crazy, Swirl 360 -- Hey Now Now, Dave Matthews Band -- Lover Lay Down, Chris Isaak -- Please, Save Ferris -- The World is New

24 :02x11 - Sex She Wrote

Jan/20/1999
Mean girl Abbey finds a note at the school and it has details about a couple having sex for the first time, she then tries to figure out who they are and reveal the couple.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee | Monica Keena as Abby Morgan |
Guest Stars: Jason Behr as Chris Wolfe |
Co-Guest Stars: Edmund J. Kearney as Mr. Peterson
Director: Nick Marck
Songs: Seal -- Human Beings, Shooter -- Life's a Bitch, New Radicals -- You Get What You Give

25 :02x12 - Uncharted Waters

Jan/27/1999
A father-son fishing trip (that includes Jack) shows the delicate nature of Pacey's relationship with his dad. The girls participate in Gail's report on teenagers, which brings their individual insecurities to light.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee | Monica Keena as Abby Morgan | John Finn as John Witter |
Co-Guest Stars: Michael Hess as Perry | Deborah Hobart as Mrs. Morgan
Director: Scott Paulin
Songs: Far Too Jones -- Best of Me, Black Toast -- Bottoms Up, B*witched -- C'est La Vie, MacKeel -- Heaved Away, Lyle Lovett -- If I Had A Boat, Binge -- My Door Is Always Open, Black Toast -- Ode To Stevie, Robynn Ragland -- Peace In The Water, Black Toast -- Slowly I Turned, Matthew Ryan (1) -- Watch Your Step

26 :02x13 - His Leading Lady

Feb/03/1999
Old feelings return for Joey and for Dawson while he is making his new movie, about their relationship. Pacey finds the Xanax bottle in Andie's trash and confronts her about it.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee | Rachael Leigh Cook as Devon |
Guest Stars: Jason Behr as Chris Wolfe | Eddie Mills as Tyson "Ty" Hicks |
Co-Guest Stars: Cedrick Terrell as Lloyd | Scott Simpson as Professor Harris
Director: David Semel
Songs: Barenaked Ladies -- It's All Been Done, Bruce Springsteen -- Sad Eyes, Antonio Vivaldi (Composer) -- Winter II: Largo (F Minor)

27 :02x14 - To Be Or Not To Be ... (1)

Feb/10/1999
After Jack is made to read a private poem in front of the whole class, rumors circulate about his sexual orientation. Pacey stands up to Mr. Peterson's attacks which results in his suspension.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee |
Guest Stars: Eddie Mills as Tyson "Ty" Hicks | Edmund J. Kearney as Mr. Peterson |
Co-Guest Stars: Jesse Janowsky as Student #3 | Mike Johnson (1) as Student #2 | Jenifer Kruskamp as Sherry | Matt Lutz as Student #1 | Richard K. Olsen as Mr. Milo | Irene Ziegler as Jane Markey
Director: Sandy Smolan
Songs: Jenifer Kruskamp -- Come Rain Or Come Shine, Lisa Loeb -- I Do, Trina Hamlin -- In My Life, Sister 7 -- Know What You Mean, Hootie and The Blowfish -- Only Lonely, Goo Goo Dolls -- Slide, Natalie Imbruglia -- Smoke, Chris Isaak -- Walk Slow

28 :02x15 - ... That Is The Question (2)

Feb/17/1999
Pacey takes matters into his own hands when Mr. Peterson becomes increasingly vindictive. Andie and Jack's father comes to town. Jack must admit the truth about his sexual orientation. Jennifer and Ty relationship comes to a stand still when they have very different views regarding Jack.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee |
Guest Stars: David Dukes as Joseph McPhee | Eddie Mills as Tyson "Ty" Hicks | Edmund J. Kearney as Mr. Peterson |
Co-Guest Stars: Irene Ziegler as Jane Markey | Matt Lutz as Student | Jenifer Kruskamp as Sherry | Dean James as Waiter | Suellen Yates as Librarian
Director: Greg Prange
Songs: Jenifer Kruskamp -- Calling You, The Corrs -- Intimacy, Jenifer Kruskamp -- Queen Bee, The Devlins -- Reckless, Jenifer Kruskamp -- Sunday Kind Of Love, Audra & Alayna -- Tell Me, Beth Nielsen Chapman -- Wait For The Way, The Din Pedals -- Waterfall, The Devlins -- Where Are You Tonight?

29 :02x16 - Be Careful What You Wish For

Mar/03/1999
Dawson freaks out upon turning 16. Andie's therapist encourages her to be more open to new ideas which leads to her and Dawson getting drunk before the surprise party Joey has planned for Dawson. Gail and Mitch disagree over Dawson's birthday gift. Dawson tells off his parents and friends at his party.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Monica Keena as Abby Morgan | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee |
Guest Stars: Eddie Mills as Tyson "Ty" Hicks |
Co-Guest Stars: Gina Stewart as Waitress | Rhoda Griffis as Dr. Marle Sumner | Joanna Garcia as Girl #1 (Tracey) | Emilie Jacobs as Girl #2 (Kelly) | Sara Seidman as Random Singer | Brian Lee Powell as Jazz Musician
Director: David Semel
Writer: Heidi Ferrer
Songs: The Kickbacks -- Attic, James Van Der Beek/Meredith Monroe -- Born To Lose, Marvelous 3 -- Freak Of The Week, Natalie Merchant -- Frozen Charlotte, Amanda Marshall -- Give Up Giving In, Blondie -- Maria, Kyf Brewer -- Nothing To Do With Being In Love, Chickenpox -- Truth Of Our Time

30 :02x17 - Psychic Friends

Mar/10/1999
Dawson shows his film to the new film teacher and gets her honest but harsh response. Joey crushes on a guy who turns out to be more interested in Jack. Jen encourages Grams to go on a date. Joey's dad returns after being released from prison.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee | Rachael Leigh Cook as Devon | Madchen Amick as Nicole Kennedy |
Guest Stars: Nick Stabile as Colin Manchester | Gareth Williams as Mike Potter |
Co-Guest Stars: Rebecca Koon as Madame Zenovich | Alan Sader as Whit Hubley | Wilbur Vertus Green III as Kid
Director: Patrick Norris
Writer: Dana Baratta
Songs: Debra Davis -- Angels In The Attic, Semisonic -- Completely Pleased, Lisa Loeb -- How, Donna Lewis -- I Could Be The One, Natalie Merchant -- Life Is Sweet, around - Blues Traveler -- Run

31 :02x18 - A Perfect Wedding

Apr/28/1999
Joey is apprehensive when her father returns to Capeside after being paroled and immediately starts coming up with plans to help the Ice House with new business by booking an important wedding. Dawson's is jealous that Jack is Joey's go to person for advice. Gail sets her sights on getting Mitch back. Andie nearly ruins the wedding when she knocks off the top tier of the cake. Later, Andie throws wedding crashers Jen and Abby out and they steal a bottle of liquor on their way out. The two procede to get drunk when the unthinkable happens.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee | Monica Keena as Abby Morgan | Rachael Leigh Cook as Devon | Madchen Amick as Nicole Kennedy |
Guest Stars: Katy Selverstone as Pam the Bride | Gareth Williams as Mike Potter |
Co-Guest Stars: Karen Brigman as Gossiping Woman #1 | Cynthia Stegner as Gossiping Woman #2
Director: Greg Prange
Songs: Dance Hall Crashers -- All Mine, Nikki Hassman -- Any Lucky Penny, Johann Ludwig Krebs (Composer) -- Concerto #1 in G Major, Chantal Kreviazuk -- Feels Like Home, Josh Rouse -- Flair, Sixpence None The Richer -- Kiss Me, Save Ferris -- Little Differences, Vanessa Handrick -- Not The One, Michael Brandmeier -- Once Again, Jenna Music -- Reality Hurts, Shawn Mullins -- Shimmer, Shelby Starner -- You, The Spies -- You and Me

32 :02x19 - Rest in Peace

May/05/1999
Everyone is shocked by Abby's sudden death. Jen cannot stand everyone's hypocrisy when they all act like they liked Abby. Abby's mother thinks that Abby and Andie were friends and asks Andie to give a speech at the funeral. Pacey worries the Andie could have a breakdown especially after Jen blames Andie for kicking them out of the wedding. Gail tells Dawson that she got a job offer in Philadelphia. Abby's death brings up feelings for Joey about her own mother's death. Jen gives a eulogy at Abby's funeral blasting everyone and God. Grams throws Jen out over her actions. Andie returns to Abby's house to take Abby's journal before her mother can see the cruel things Abby wrote in it and Andie sees Abby's image in the mirror.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee | Monica Keena as Abby Morgan |
Guest Stars: Michele Scarabelli as Mrs. Morgan | Gareth Williams as Mike Potter |
Co-Guest Stars: Heather Lynch as Holly | Robin O'Dell as Elizabeth | Steve Boles as Minister
Director: David Semel
Songs: Neve -- It's Over Now, Shooter -- Life's A Bitch, Sophie B. Hawkins -- Lose Your Way, Ben Folds Five -- Magic, The Corrs -- So Young, Curtis Stigers -- To Be Loved, Paul Westerberg -- Whatever Makes You Happy

33 :02x20 - Reunited

May/12/1999
Dawson takes Joey to a nice French restaurant where they end up running into Mitch and Nicole and later Jen and Gail show up on a girls night out. Joey and Dawson take Nicole to task for her harsh critique of Dawson's movie. Jen works to put Gail and Mitch back together by playing their song and the two share a dance. Gail thinks she has received her sign about taking the job in Philadelphia but sees Mitch with Nicole again at the end of the night. Andie's mental health deteriorates as she begins seeing and talking to her dead brother, Tim. Andie locks herself in the bathroom and Pacey has to took her out before she hurts herself.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee | Madchen Amick as Nicole Kennedy |
Guest Stars: Scott Denny as Tim McPhee |
Co-Guest Stars: Rob Zapple as Maitre'D | Rhoda Griffis as Dr. Marlee Sumner | Carl Espy as Waiter
Director: Melanie Mayron
Songs: Seven Mary Three -- Chasing You, Babel Fish -- Mania, P.J. Olsson -- Ready For A Fall, Dennis McCarthy (DC Composer) -- Reunited, Binge -- Surrounded, Barenaked Ladies -- This Is Where It Ends

34 :02x21 - Ch... Ch... Ch... Changes

May/19/1999
Andie's father returns to Capeside and wants to move her and Jack away so Andie can get help. Jen is at a crossroads on where to live since her parents don't want her to return to New York. Dawson turns the camera on various people in his life for his final on "Casablanca" including Joey's dad. Dawson ends up caught in a hard place when he witnesses Joey's dad returning to his old ways.
Special Guest Stars: Meredith Monroe as Andrea 'Andie' McPhee | Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee |
Guest Stars: David Dukes as Joseph McPhee | Gareth Williams as Mike Potter |
Co-Guest Stars: David Dwyer as Pete
Director: Lou Antonio
Writer: Dana Baratta
Songs: Matthew Ryan (1) -- Chrome, Adam Cohen -- Cry Ophelia, Bridget Benenate -- Everything Changes, Gus -- Goin' Our Way, Heather Nova -- London Rain, Heather Nova -- Paper Cup, Grammatrain -- Sell Your Soul

35 :02x22 - Parental Discretion Advised

May/26/1999
When Mr. Potter's drug dealing causes the Ice House to be attacked and burned down, Dawson has to admit to Joey that he caught her father selling drugs. Joey has to turn against her father in order to keep the rest of her family safe. Pacey's relationship with his father reaches a boiling point when Mr. Witter makes a crack out Andie's mental state. Grams asks Jen to move back in and Jen eventually agrees but with a few conditions and another house guest.
Special Guest Stars: Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee | John Finn as John Witter | Gareth Williams as Mike Potter |
Guest Stars: Richard K. Olsen as Mr. Milo
Director: Greg Prange
Songs: Hole -- Hit So Hard, Sozzi -- Letting Go, Kim Stockwood -- Moon Beneath My Fee", Alanis Morissette -- That I Would Be Good, Oleander -- Why I'm Here

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: John Shearin as Emmett Creed | Aubrey Dollar as Marcy Bender | David Bridgewater as ETS Man | Devin C. Odom as Freshman Boy | Lindsay Leb as Freshman Girl | Janice Fincher as Joey's Mother | Kevin Martin Eller as Linebacker | Kalani McGinn Bullington as Young Joey | Preston Grover as Young Dawson | Kelly Cheston as Madison Blacker
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: Bianca Lawson as Nikki Green | Adam Kaufman as Ethan | Obba Babatundé as Principal Howard Green |
Co-Guest Stars: Stephen Michael Ayers as Mr. Broderick | Lee Norris as Actor # 2 | Caleb Burress as Bad Actor # 1 | Tyrone Hicks as Bad Actor # 2 | William Turell Hodges, III as Sort of Good Actor | Maribeth Ayers as Actress # 1 | Mohamed El Eman as Dude | Thad Mace as Bad Actor # 3
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: Michael Pitt as Henry Parker | Obi Ndefo as Bodie Wells |
Co-Guest Stars: Jeffrey Stepakoff as Boy | Kelly Jones Gabriele as Loan Officer | Lisa Mae Fincannon as Girl | Carl McIntyre as Fred Fricke
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: Michael Pitt as Henry Parker | Robin Dunne as A.J. Moller |
Guest Stars: Bianca Lawson as Nikki Green |
Co-Guest Stars: Stephen Michael Ayers as Mr. Broderick | Maribeth Ayers as Actress | Chris Hill (1) as Telephone Man
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: Dylan Neal as Doug Witter | Michael Pitt as Henry Parker |
Guest Stars: Michael Hagerty as Matt Caulfield | Alex Breckenridge as Kate Douglas |
Co-Guest Stars: Jennifer Keddy as Nurse Nicole | Robert Boris as Paramedic | Alison Robertson as Hostess
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: Dylan Neal as Doug Witter | Obi Ndefo as Bodie Wells |
Guest Stars: Michael Hagerty as Matt Caulfield | Obba Babatundé as Principal Howard Green |
Co-Guest Stars: Estes Tarver as Dude #2 | K.C. Poe as Freckly Girl | 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: Bianca Lawson as Nikki Green | Robin Dunne as A.J. Moller | Obi Ndefo as Bodie Wells |
Guest Stars: Lawrence Pressman as Dr. Fielding | Jessica Collins (1) as Sherry Eisler | Michael Hagerty as Matt Caulfield | Obba Babatundé as Principal Howard Green |
Co-Guest Stars: Elaine Nalee as PTA Board Member #2 | Lee Norris as Random Student # 2 | Dawn Spinella as Administrative Assistant | Michael J. Hunter as Robert Caulfield | John Baker (2) as PTA Board Member #1 | Melissa Bragg-Lumsden as Student | Taylor Webb as Random Student #1
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: Karen Kirschenbauer as Handsome Woman | Hank Troscianiec as Wannabe Chef | Andrea Powell as Social Worker | Corey Jackson as Bully #1 | Nick Prange as Bully #2
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: Jonathan Lipnicki as Buzz Thompson | Dylan Neal as Doug Witter | Michael Pitt as Henry Parker |
Guest Stars: David Dukes as Joseph McPhee | Adam Kaufman as Ethan |
Co-Guest Stars: Raymond J. Revnyak, Jr. as Buzz's Friend # 2 | Alex Wharf as Football Bud | Patrick Stogner as Buzz's Friend #1
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: Michael Pitt as Henry Parker | Rodney Scott as Will Krudski |
Guest Stars: Sarah Lancaster as Shelley | Julie Bowen as Dawson's Aunt Gwen |
Co-Guest Stars: Hank Troscianiec as Hank the Chef | Susan Williams as Megan | Sam Robison as Howard | William Flaman as Local Guy
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: Michael Pitt as Henry Parker | Rodney Scott as Will Krudski
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: Dylan Neal as Doug Witter | Michael Pitt as Henry Parker | Adam Kaufman as Ethan | Obi Ndefo as Bodie Wells |
Guest Stars: David Dukes as Joseph McPhee |
Co-Guest Stars: Burgess Jenkins as Brad | Chuck Kinlaw as Bus Driver | Harold Bergman as Elderly Reverend
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

Season 4

59 :04x01 - Coming Home

Oct/04/2000
As Summer comes to a close, Joey and Pacey return to Capeside where they have to deal with Dawson and everyone's questions about their sexual activity.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Dylan Neal as Doug Witter |
Guest Stars: Garikayi Mutambirwa as Jon | Danny Roberts (1) as Jean-Jean/JJ (as Jason Daniel Roberts)
Director: Greg Prange
Songs: Everclear -- AM Radio, Mary Beth Maziarz -- Souvenirs, -- Theme From Jaws, David Gray -- This Years Love

60 :04x02 - Failing Down

Oct/11/2000
Pacey finds out that he failed three subjects during his junior year and that he should of stayed in Capeside for summer school than go sailing. Joey gets a job at the yacht club by pretending to know some members. Henry e-mails Jack asking him to break-up with Jen for him.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine |
Guest Stars: Carolyn Hennesy as Mrs. Valentine
Director: Sandy Smolan
Writer: Tom Kapinos
Songs: The Lads -- Alone, Stew -- Cavity, Five Way Friday -- Homecoming, Say-So -- How Could We Know, Eels -- Packing Blankets, Five For Fighting -- Superman

61 :04x03 - Two Gentlemen of Capeside

Oct/18/2000
Pacey wants to celebrate improving his grades but Joey ends up getting roped into a project with Dawson and Drue so Jen volunteers to go sailing with Pacey. Andie has an interview with Mrs. Valentine for Harvard but Mrs. Valentine only wants to focus on Andie's mental condition. Pacey and Jen end up in trouble when bad weather suddenly moves in and Dawson and Joey rush to their aid.
Special Guest Stars: Harve Presnell as Mr. Arthur Brooks | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine |
Guest Stars: Carolyn Hennesy as Mrs. Valentine |
Co-Guest Stars: Steven Gregory Tyler as Harbor Master | David Downs as Mr. Kasdan | Christopher Marshall as Weatherman
Director: Sandy Smolan
Songs: The Jayhawks -- I'm Gonna Make You Love Me, Shawn Colvin -- Never Saw Blue Like That

62 :04x04 - Future Tense

Oct/25/2000
Just about everyone is worried about their future after college. Joey worries that all her hard work might be for nothing when she finds out she is only fourth in her class. Drue throws a birthday party for Jen though her birthday is months away. Jack ends up with a season ending football injury. Joey gets drunk at Jen's "birthday" party.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine |
Co-Guest Stars: Heather Avery Clyde as Ms. Watson | Sean Sullivan (1) as Random Student #2 | Nicole Arviso as Stacy | Ethan Wilcox as Random Student #1 | Casey Kelvington as Random Student #3 | Alex Wharf as Jason
Director: Michael Lange
Writer: Gina Fattore
Songs: Filibuster -- Backstreets, Wild Colonials -- Day Ditty, Medium -- Five Alive, Supreme Beings Of Leisure -- Never The Same, Julie Plug -- Please, Please (Stacy's Song), Train -- Respect, Mike Plume Band -- Something To Say, Moxie -- Sorry, Crushing Velvet -- Sugar Star, Katie Reider -- What You Don't Know, Lori Carson -- You Won't Fall

63 :04x05 - A Family Way

Nov/01/2000
Gail's surprise pregnancy shocks Mitch and Dawson but her decision to end the pregnancy is even more upsetting to Dawson. Dawson confides in Gretchen who realizes that she got pregnant a few month before but before she could have an abortion she had a miscarriage. Joey considers having sex with Pacey and Bessie finds her stash of birth control pills. Andie and Jack coach a youth soccer team and when one of the girls older sisters flirts with Jack, he reveals that he is gay causing a few parents to pull their kids from the team.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Obi Ndefo as Bodie Wells | Harve Presnell as Mr. Arthur Brooks |
Guest Stars: Bridgett Newton as Caroline Say | Carly Schroeder as Molly Say |
Co-Guest Stars: Avis-Marie Barnes as Counselor | Christian Durango as Billy
Director: Nancy Malone
Songs: Verbow -- Crest Of Mary, Five Way Friday -- Everyone, Bright Blue Gorilla -- Feel The Movement, Pete Yorn -- Just Another

64 :04x06 - Great Xpectations

Nov/08/2000
The gang decides to go to a rave. Andie does not feel overly excited about getting into her dream school, Harvard. Later, Andie catches Jen holding the Ecstasy that Drue gave her and Jen explains that the drug can make you feel really good. Andie ends up take a tablet and Jen tries in vain to keep an eye on Andie at the rave. Andie ends up passing out from the mix of drugs in her system. Gail and Mitch tell Dawson that they are keeping the baby. Joey tells Gretchen that Dawson might have feeling for her and Gretchen confronts Dawson. Dawson tells Gretchen that he just wants to hang out as friends.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine |
Guest Stars: David Dukes as Joseph McPhee |
Co-Guest Stars: Todd Thompson as Driver #1 | Kendrick Cross as Medic | Jed Carpenter as Map Point Guy
Writer: Nan Hagan
Songs: Chemical Brothers -- Block Rockin' Beats, Granian -- Far From Saved, Eva Cassidy -- Fields Of Gold, Poe -- Hey Pretty, Chemical Brothers -- Leave Home, Symbiosis -- Protocol, Chemical Brothers -- Setting Sun, OneMusic Library -- So In Love

65 :04x07 - You Had Me at Goodbye

Nov/15/2000
Joey has to choose between Dawson and Pacey yet again for a peer review recommendation for a college application. Andie's dad suggest that she take the rest of the school year off and visit Italy. Jack refuses to forgive Jen for her role in Andie taking Ecstasy. Drue gets Jen and himself in trouble for the drugs and they are sentenced to community service.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine | Harve Presnell as Mr. Arthur Brooks |
Guest Stars: David Dukes as Joseph McPhee | Carolyn Hennesy as Mrs. Valentine |
Co-Guest Stars: Tammy Christine Arnold as Office Assistant | Michael Harding (1) as Officer Morris | Heather Avery Clyde as Ms. Watson
Director: John Behring
Songs: Michelle Cummings -- Freedom From Shame, Sarah McLachlan -- I Will Remember You, The Normals -- Two Wrongs And A Right, Everclear -- Wonderful

66 :04x08 - The Unusual Suspects

Nov/22/2000
Jack, Pacey and Dawson all come together to do the best senior prank-ever.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Dylan Neal as Doug Witter | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine | Harry Shearer as Principal Peskin | Harve Presnell as Mr. Arthur Brooks |
Guest Stars: Bridgett Newton as Caroline Say | Carly Schroeder as Molly Say | Carolyn Hennesy as Mrs. Valentine |
Co-Guest Stars: David Andrews as Gus Weiner | Chris Jarman as Mike | Joe Rickman as Lone Student | Austin Taylor as Little Student
Songs: Dar Williams -- After All, Evan and Jaron -- Crazy For This Girl

67 :04x09 - Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

Nov/29/2000
Dawson tries to rediscover his love for film making and seeks advice from Mr. Brooks. Joey brings Pacey to a dinner party hosted by a top college where she applied. Gretchen convinces Gail and Mitch to host their annual Christmas party saying that she will take care of everything. Grams and Jack take matters into their own hands when Jen delays applying for college.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine | Harve Presnell as Mr. Arthur Brooks |
Guest Stars: Carolyn Hennesy as Mrs. Valentine | Peter Jurasik as Walter |
Co-Guest Stars: Heather Avery Clyde as Ms. Watson | Aubrey Dollar as Anxiety Girl | Jessica R. Watson as Screaming Woman
Director: Perry Lang
Writer: Tom Kapinos
Songs: The First Noel -- Adam Fields (Composer), String Quartet In C Major "Emperor" -- Franz Joseph Haydn (Composer), String Quartet No. 15 -- Franz Joseph Haydn (Composer), Sorry Charlie -- Hathaway, Piece of Soul -- Katie Reider, Jingle Bells -- Mark Shane, Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas -- Mary Beth Maziarz, Souvenirs -- Say-So, Love Came Down At Christmas -- Shawn Colvin, Christmastime -- Smashing Pumpkins, O Holy Night -- Sue Medley, The Christmas Song -- Vikki Carr, Teenage Dirtbag -- Wheatus

68 :04x10 - Self Reliance

Dec/20/2000
Joey is overwhelmed dealing with the B&B, Alexander, school work and her feelings over seeing Dawson and Gretchen kiss. Dawson begins his documentary on Mr. Brooks. Jen brings Jack to a gay/straight alliance meeting where he butts head with the leader. Dawson and Gretchen both try to ignore their feelings over their kiss.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | David Monahan as Tobey | Harve Presnell as Mr. Arthur Brooks |
Co-Guest Stars: Elaine Nalee as Nurse | Tim Grant as Family Guy | David Downs as Mr. Kasdan
Director: David Petrarca
Writer: Gina Fattore
Songs: Don't Need A Reason -- Beth Orton

69 :04x11 - The Tao of Dawson

Jan/10/2001
Dawson decides to be upfront to Pacey about his feelings for Gretchen. During a road trip to retrieve Gretchen's car, Pacey tries to get Gretchen back together with her ex-boyfriend unaware that he is a complete jerk. Dawson is surprised that Mr. Brooks and Grams are pursuing a relationship even though they are both aware of his failing health. Drue and Joey get locked in the country club storage closet.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine | Harve Presnell as Mr. Arthur Brooks |
Guest Stars: Christian Kane as Nick Taylor | Carolyn Hennesy as Mrs. Valentine
Director: Keith Samples
Songs: Broken Boy -- Michal, If I Am -- Nine Days, Want Me -- Red Delicious, Siren -- Red Delicious, Nocturne -- Red Delicious, I Think God Can Explain -- Splender, Love Is The Movement -- Switchfoot, Understand -- The Lads

70 :04x12 - The Te of Pacey

Jan/17/2001
Pacey is less than thrilled when Joey surprises him with a family birthday dinner which turns into a make fun of Pacey event. Jen continues her community service by driving drunk young adults home and ends up working with Tobey who is volunteering.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | John Finn as John Witter | Dylan Neal as Doug Witter | David Monahan as Tobey |
Guest Stars: Jane Lynch as Mrs. Witter |
Co-Guest Stars: Mary Holt Fickes as Drunk Girl's Friend | Laura Anne Green as No Neck #1 | Graciela Marin as Saferide Woman | Isaiah Pretulak as No Neck #2 | Bing Putney as Crying Guy | Griffin Taylor as No Neck #3 | Lauren Vaughan as Drunk Girl | Julia Wright as Kerry Witter
Director: Harry Winer
Songs: Rock Out -- 6X, Jello -- Arlibido, Lean On Me -- Beth Orton, Night and Day -- Ella Fitzgerald, Camelot -- Sweetsalt, Loving You -- Tammy Raybould

71 :04x13 - Hopeless

Jan/31/2001
Joey is roped into going on a double date with Drue and a country club regular in order to get time off for an upcoming senior class trip. Pacey wonders when he and Joey will take the next step in their relationship. Mr. Brooks has Dawson sign papers telling him it is just to allow Dawson to get his medication which he has stopped taking. Dawson has an evening out with Gretchen and her friends which calls attention to their age difference. Tobey uses tutoring young kids to get closer to Jack.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine | David Monahan as Tobey |
Guest Stars: Rachel True as Kira | Carolyn Hennesy as Mrs. Valentine | Sabine Singh as Anna Evans |
Co-Guest Stars: Deron Barnett as Will | Anthony Mauro as Bouncer | Jeanette Weegar as Jessica |
Musical Guests: Mary Beth Maziarz as Herself
Director: Krishna Rao
Writer: Nan Hagan
Songs: Hopeless -- Dionne Farris, Firecracker -- John Lardieri, What A Wonderful World -- Louis Armstrong, Waiting For A Sign -- Mary Beth Maziarz, Give You The World -- The Flying Cordovas

72 :04x14 - A Winter's Tale

Feb/07/2001
Dawson is entrusted with making a very adult decision about Mr. Brooks. Joey, Pacey, Jack and Jen attend their senior class ski trip. Joey finally makes a decision about taking the next step with Pacey. Jen and Jack nearly make a big mistake.
Special Guest Stars: Andy Griffith as Mr. Brooks' Friend | Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine | Harve Presnell as Mr. Arthur Brooks |
Guest Stars: Sabine Singh as Anna Evans |
Co-Guest Stars: Tony Hale as Dr. Bronin | Michael Horvath (1) as Student | David Downs as Mr. Kasdan
Director: Greg Prange
Songs: Impossible -- Brian Charles, Dumb Love -- Brian Charles, Summer Of '69 -- Bryan Adams, Sugar Star -- Crushing Velvet, Hideaway -- Epstein's Mother, How Does It Feel -- Radford, Sucker For The Count -- Revelation Darling, Do It Again -- Splytz, Takes My Breath Away -- Tuck & Patti

73 :04x15 - Four Stories

Feb/14/2001
Joey and Pacey deal with having sex for the first time together. Jen is sent to see a psychiatrist after getting caught drinking on the class trip. Dawson deals with Mr. Brooks death.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine |
Guest Stars: Rob Nagle as Dr. Tom Frost |
Co-Guest Stars: Arian Waring Ash as Kissing Girl | Andrew Masset as Patrick Kelker | Aaron Guilmette as Kissing Guy | David Downs as Mr. Kasdan
Director: David Petrarca
Writer: Tom Kapinos
Songs: Heart And Soul -- Bruce Patch, Color Blind -- Counting Crows, But Not For Me -- Elvis Costello, In The Sun -- Joseph Arthur, The White Trash Period Of My Life -- Josh Rouse, Spectre Chase -- King Lear Jet, They Can't Take That Away From Me -- Lisa Stansfield

74 :04x16 - Mind Games

Feb/28/2001
Jen becomes obsessed with finding out more about her therapist's personal life and enlists Jack in helping her spy on him. Drue rigs the senior class polls to make Dawson and Joey win class couple. Gretchen finds out that Joey didn't tell Dawson the truth about her and Pacey.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine |
Guest Stars: Rob Nagle as Dr. Tom Frost |
Co-Guest Stars: Melissa Ponzio as Robin
Director: David Straiton
Writer: Gina Fattore
Songs: Windows -- Amy Cook, Laughter -- Josh Rouse, In Metal -- Low

75 :04x17 - Admissions

Apr/11/2001
Joey gets accepted to Worthington but finances may stand in her way. After Dawson makes Joey an offer to give her the money Mr. Brooks left him she admits to him that she lied about sleeping with Pacey. Jen continues to deal with her past in New York while trying to decide what college to attend. Dawson gets accepted to USC.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine | Obi Ndefo as Bodie Wells |
Guest Stars: Rob Nagle as Dr. Tom Frost |
Co-Guest Stars: Heather Avery Clyde as Ms. Watson | Tammy Christine Arnold as Secretary
Director: Lev L. Spiro
Songs: More Than This -- Anne McCue, The Sound Of Fear -- Eels, Bye Bye -- Marcy Playground, Chemistry -- Semisonic

76 :04x18 - Eastern Standard Time

Apr/18/2001
Jen and Joey head to New York City for senior ditch day where Jen takes the opportunity to confront her father. Dawson and Gretchen head out on a road trip but end up stranded when their tire blows. Pacey ends up skipping out on his tests at school to spend time with Drue.
Special Guest Stars: Pat Hingle as Irv | Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Dylan Neal as Doug Witter | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine |
Guest Stars: Rob Nagle as Dr. Tom Frost | Don McManus (1) as Theo Lindley |
Co-Guest Stars: James Martin Kelly as Mack | Mike Pniewski as Dr. Rochford | Cedric Pendleton as Tyfo | Shea Broom as Big Ace Waitress | Jenifer Crowell as Vera Waitress | Julie Ann Horanski as Donna | Josh Moore as Junior Boy | Toi Svane Stepp as Junior Girl (as Toi Svane)
Director: David Grossman
Songs: Sweet Jane -- Cowboy Junkies, Love In 2 Parts -- Erin McKeown, The Preacher -- Frostbit Blue, You Belong To Me -- Hypnogaja, The World Is Crazy -- John Campbelljohn, I Can't Wait To Meetchu -- Macy Gray, Bring You Down -- Red Delicious, Last Lament -- Susan James, Sad Eyed Woman -- Tricky Woo, Show Me -- Vanessa Daou, Letters From The Wasteland -- Wallflowers

77 :04x19 - Late

Apr/25/2001
Gail is two weeks overdue but her and Mitch still cannot decide on a name for their baby. Joey worries that she may be pregnant when she is late. Pacey lies about going on a fishing trip with his brother. Gretchen has an interview for a magazine in Boston. Tobey is attacked.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | David Monahan as Tobey |
Guest Stars: Nance Williamson as Doctor |
Co-Guest Stars: Deron Barnett as Will
Director: David Petrarca
Songs: Forever Young -- Joan Baez, Why Walk When You Can Fly? -- Karen Blake, Family Circus -- Micah Green

78 :04x20 - Promicide

May/02/2001
Senior Prom becomes a turning point for the gang. Pacey and Joey's relationships shows its cracks. Gretchen makes a decision about her future. Jen tries to self medicate herself with booze.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine | David Monahan as Tobey |
Co-Guest Stars: Steve Vernon as Limo Driver
Director: Jason Moore
Songs: Take My Hand -- Dido, Talk Show -- Dig Deeper, Sundrop -- Ego, Ruby's Gone -- Eva Trout, Whadify -- Everett Bradley, You're An Ocean -- Fastball, I've Changed (Alternate Version) -- Josh Joplin Group, When We Collide -- K.D. Lang, Aftershocks -- Mary Beth Maziarz, 20one -- Sid Six, Roses Around My Feet -- Tish Hinojosa, Wonderful Thing -- Vagabond Lovers

79 :04x21 - Separation Anxiety

May/09/2001
Jen finds out the Grams plans to sell her house and move into a retirement home to help pay Jen's college tuition. Gretchen makes plans to take a road trip before returning to school and Dawson considers going with her. Pacey gets a summer job offer from a Dean at Worthington.
Special Guest Stars: Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine |
Guest Stars: Peter Jurasik as Walter |
Co-Guest Stars: Leslie Riley as Realtor | Rob Zapple as Snooty Man | Liz Ernest as Snooty Woman | Eric Paisley as Dean Newman | Martha Terry as Guard Sylvia | Lucas Waterworth as Brad
Director: Krishna Rao
Writer: Rina Mimoun
Songs: Windows -- Amy Cook, Waiting For My Real Life To Begin -- Colin Hay, Write Me A Song -- Edwin McCain, Show Me Heaven -- Jessica Andrews, Around And Around -- Mark Kozelek, Dead Yet -- Mud'l Head, One Small Year -- Shawn Colvin

80 :04x22 - The Graduate

May/16/2001
Joey has trouble writing her commencement speech until Bessie gives her a letter from their mother. Pacey is in danger of not graduating if he doesn't pass his final. Drue recruits Jen for one last senior prank. Andie returns to Capeside for Graduation.
Special Guest Stars: Dylan Neal as Doug Witter | Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine | David Monahan as Tobey | Harry Shearer as Principal Peskin |
Co-Guest Stars: David Downs as Mr. Kasdan
Director: Harry Winer
Writer: Alan Cross
Songs: Dream Too Small -- Amy Dalley, Pinch Me -- Barenaked Ladies, If -- Dragmatic, Fields Of Gold -- Eva Cassidy, Good Mother -- Jann Arden, If It's Hurting You -- Robbie Williams

81 :04x23 - Coda

May/23/2001
Dawson and his dad argue when Dawson wants to spend his final night before leaving for USC film school with his friends. Joey and Dawson have a hard time coming up with words to say goodbye. Pacey settles into his summer job and calls Dawson to wish him luck.
Co-Guest Stars: Wesley Whitney Morris as Rasta Dude | G. Martin Eckhardt as Salesperson
Director: Greg Prange
Songs: Mary Beth Maziarz -- Daydream Believer, Natalie Merchant -- How You've Grown, Eels -- Packing Blankets, Jill Sobule -- Rock Me To Sleep, Les Vegas/C.J. Webbe -- Two By Two

Season 5

82 :05x01 - The Bostonians

Oct/10/2001
Joey, Jen and Jack settle into college in Boston. Dawson gets an internship with a film studio.
Special Guest Stars: Chad Michael Murray as Charlie Todd | Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Ken Marino as Professor David Wilder |
Guest Stars: Ned Brower as Elliott Sawyer | Hal Ozsan as Todd | Nicole Bilderback as Movie Exec | Alan Fudge as Officer Langer |
Co-Guest Stars: Matthew Smith (1) as P.A. | Sallie Hedrick as Nearest Girl | Rand Courtney as Farley | Brianne Davis as Hot Assistant (Ashley) | Colter Allison as Writing Snob | Corie Berkemeyer as Sensitive Girl | Feel Love Fury as The Band | John Driscoll as Blossom
Director: Greg Prange
Writer: Tom Kapinos
Songs: Feel Love Fury -- 194, Mary Beth Maziarz -- Daydream Believer, Arson Welles -- Easy On Me, Wellville -- Goodbye, Weezer -- Hash Pipe, Feel Love Fury -- I Ran, Feel Love Fury -- Leadbelly, Love Spirals Downward -- Psyche, Feel Love Fury -- Seductive Sexy, Bahu-Rang -- Strange Imagination, Bahu-Rang -- Suckerman, Trickside -- Superstar, Jennifer Paige -- These Days, Breech -- Thistle

83 :05x02 - Lost Weekend

Oct/17/2001
Dawson flies across country after being fired from his internship to visit Joey unaware that she left him a message telling him she was letting him go. After spending the weekend together, Dawson finally hears the message and things are awkward between him and Joey. Joey spends Dawson's last day in Boston chasing after her writing professor so she can drop her class while Dawson spends it with Audrey. Jen runs into Charlie the guy she met at the party. Pacey gets a job at a restaurant.
Special Guest Stars: Chad Michael Murray as Charlie Todd | Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Ken Marino as Professor David Wilder | Dylan Neal as Doug Witter | Lourdes Benedicto as Karen Torres | Ian Kahn as Danny Brecher |
Guest Stars: Jennifer Morrison as Melanie Shea Thompson |
Co-Guest Stars: Jesse Janowsky as Guy | Annie Morgan as Megan | Candy Aston Dennis as Clerk | Lynn O'Connell as Airline Employee
Director: David Petrarca
Writer: Gina Fattore
Songs: Schiavo -- Fly, The Smiths -- Girlfriend In A Coma, Old 97's -- Question, The Pills -- Spork, Little Red Rocket -- Star, The Verve Pipe -- Wonderful Waste

84 :05x03 - Capeside Revisited

Oct/24/2001
Dawson returns to Capeside to inform his parents that he is dropping out of USC, a decision his father does not support. Joey finds out that Pacey is in Boston. Jen and Charlie try to go twelve hours with no physical contact. Jack gets a bid into a fraternity but considers turning it down when he finds out they wanted him because he is gay. Tragedy strikes the Leery family.
Special Guest Stars: Chad Michael Murray as Charlie Todd | Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Mary-Margaret Humes as Gail Leery | John Wesley Shipp as Mitch Leery | Lourdes Benedicto as Karen Torres | Ian Kahn as Danny Brecher |
Co-Guest Stars: Chris Blackwelder as Pete Willard | Richard Reed (1) as Polar Bear | John Driscoll as Blossom
Director: Michael Lange
Songs: Edmund's Crown -- Complete Me, Dobie Gray -- Drift Away, Pop Unknown -- Head In The Sand, John Maragos -- I Belong To You, Evan Olson -- I Can't Forget, Eva Trout -- Ruby's Gone, David Gray -- Say Hello, Wave Goodbye, Eels -- Selective Memory, Howie Day -- She Says, The Tories -- Superconductor, Binge -- The First Time, The Supers -- Turn

85 :05x04 - The Long Goodbye

Oct/31/2001
After Mitch is killed in a car accident, Dawson tries to hold his mother and sister together while blaming himself for his father's death.
Special Guest Stars: Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Mary-Margaret Humes as Gail Leery | John Wesley Shipp as Mitch Leery | Nina Repeta as Bessie Potter |
Guest Stars: Jodi Thelan as Susan |
Co-Guest Stars: Terrence Currier as Mr. Brennan | Benjamin Shelfer as Funeral Director | Lia C. Long as Young Couple | Michael J. Long as Young Couple
Writer: Tom Kapinos
Songs: Lori Carson -- Down Here, Michaela Foster Marsh -- Fallen Angel, James Taylor -- Fire and Rain, eastmountainsouth -- Ghost, Mark Kozelek -- Ruth Marie

86 :05x05 - Use Your Disillusion

Nov/07/2001
Jack puts getting into his fraternity a priority overing spending time with a visiting Tobey. Dawson visits Joey in Boston where he has a panic attack and Joey has a hard time knowing what to say and do around Dawson. Pacey thinks he has found a mentor in his boss but learns he is being unfaithful to his wife. Jen over reacts when she sees Charlie with a girl who turns out to be his sister.
Special Guest Stars: Chad Michael Murray as Charlie Todd | Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Ken Marino as Professor David Wilder | Mary-Margaret Humes as Gail Leery | Lourdes Benedicto as Karen Torres | David Monahan as Tobey | Ian Kahn as Danny Brecher |
Co-Guest Stars: Bourke Floyd as Brady | Melissa Claire Egan as Ilyse Todd | Janie Brookshire as Carla | Pam Hurley as Emily Brecher | Jonathan Parks Jordan as Moskowitz
Director: Perry Lang
Writer: Rina Mimoun
Songs: Cross My Heart -- Angels & Gargoyles, Dragmatic -- Coming Around Again, Ethyline -- For Now (Get Up), Shawn Colvin -- Kathy's Song, Matt Nathanson -- Loud, Chris Pierce Liberation -- Static Trampoline, Universal Honey -- Won't Find You

87 :05x06 - High Anxiety

Nov/14/2001
Dawson goes to Boston to see a grief specialist but ends up skipping his appointment. Jack takes Dawson to a frat party where Dawson gets drunk and later says something regrettable to Joey who he had been avoiding. Jen seeks revenge after seeing Charlie with another woman. Audrey's overly critical mother comes for a visit.
Special Guest Stars: Chad Michael Murray as Charlie Todd | Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Lourdes Benedicto as Karen Torres | Ian Kahn as Danny Brecher |
Guest Stars: Brenda Strong as Kay Liddell | Andrea C. Pearson as Nora (as Andrea Pearson) |
Co-Guest Stars: Jonathan Parks Jordan as Moskowitz | Bourke Floyd as Brady | Ronn Carroll as Doctor | Rebekah D. Hofmann as Secretary
Director: Jason Moore
Songs: Jane Fontana -- 12 O'clock Forever, Tait -- Empty, Lizzie -- Funky Young Flower, Lure -- Grace, Little Red Rocket -- I Believe, Sabrina Judge -- I Remember, Ides Of Space -- This Side Of Screen, The Gentlemen -- Top Heavy, Arson Welles -- Wash My Hands, The Elms -- Who Got The Meaning

88 :05x07 - Text, Lies and Videotape

Nov/21/2001
Dawson returns to the shrink with Jen's help. Joey throws herself into solving a legendary Worthington writer's mysterious letters with Professor Wilder. Pacey finds out more details about Karen's affair with their boss.
Special Guest Stars: Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Ken Marino as Professor David Wilder | Mary-Margaret Humes as Gail Leery | Lourdes Benedicto as Karen Torres | Ian Kahn as Danny Brecher |
Guest Stars: Gwendolyn Whiteside as Cassandra | Pauley Perrette as Dr. Rachel Weir |
Co-Guest Stars: Corie Berkemeyer as Whitney | Pam Hurley as Emily Brecher | Chris Childers as Geeky Freshman | Gavin Gregory as Mike | Jason Horgan as Alan | Robert Longstreet as Mr. Brenzy | Daniel Richani as Cook
Director: Marita Grabiak
Songs: The Rosenbergs -- After All, Pete Yorn -- EZ, Gran Torino -- Fall From The Night, Howie Day -- Ghost, Vanessa Daou -- Mess Around, R.E.M. -- Nightswimming

89 :05x08 - Hotel New Hampshire

Nov/28/2001
Dawson invites Jen to attend a film festival in New Hampshire and they take their friendship to a new level. Jack invites Joey and Audrey to his fraternity formal. Pacey goes on a date with Karen.
Special Guest Stars: Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Lourdes Benedicto as Karen Torres | Ian Kahn as Danny Brecher |
Guest Stars: Andrea C. Pearson as Nora | Jordan Bridges as Oliver Chirchick | Pauley Perrette as Dr. Rachel Weir | Ryan Bittle as Eric |
Co-Guest Stars: Kate Vernon as Woman | George Lee as Festival Director | Chris Blackwelder as Random Brother | Richard Reed (1) as Polar Bear | Katie Kneeland as Tina | Willie Talbott as Trevor
Director: Lev L. Spiro
Songs: Brandtson -- 12th & Middle, Smalltown Poets -- Every Reason, Abra Moore -- Four Leaf Clover, Arlibido -- Jello, Liz Phair -- Ride, The Underwolves -- Stay A While, Heidi Berry -- The Moon And The Sun, Deb Talan -- Thinking Amelia

90 :05x09 - Four Scary Stories

Dec/12/2001
Jack, Pacey and Joey sit around and tell scary stories, and Grams adds one too.
Special Guest Stars: Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Lourdes Benedicto as Karen Torres |
Guest Stars: Jonah Blechman as Tad | Bryce Johnson as Library Guy |
Co-Guest Stars: Richard Fullerton as Vic | Joanne Pankow as Wench | Jonathan Parks Jordan as Moskowitz | Bourke Floyd as Brady | Steve Coulter as Hopper | Jason Loughlin as Goateed Student
Director: Krishna Rao
Writer: Jed Seidel
Songs: Edmund's Crown -- Complete Me, Shivaree -- Goodnight Moon, Blake Morgan -- It's Gone, Phil Phillips & The Twilights -- Sea Of Love, The Ashgrove -- Spin Your Head, Marilyn Manson -- Sweet Dreams (Are made of this), Schnockered -- Vinyl Suits

91 :05x10 - Appetite for Destruction

Dec/19/2001
Pacey cooks dinner for the group at Gram's house and things get awkward when Dawson and Jen arrive home and are caught kissing by everyone else.
Special Guest Stars: Chad Michael Murray as Charlie Todd | Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell
Director: Harry Winer
Writer: Anna Fricke
Songs: Geller -- Everybody Loves You, Salteens -- Nice Day, Sinead Lohan -- You're In My Love

92 :05x11 - Something Wild

Jan/16/2002
Jen accompanies Dawson back to Capeside to visit Dawson's mother. Anxious to see her grades, Joey returns to school early. Pacey gets a promotion at work. Joey, Audrey and Pacey celebrate Joey's straight A's with a night on the town where Joey runs into Charlie and lets loose on stage.
Special Guest Stars: Chad Michael Murray as Charlie Todd | Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Ken Marino as Professor David Wilder | Mary-Margaret Humes as Gail Leery | Nina Repeta as Bessie Potter | Ian Kahn as Danny Brecher |
Co-Guest Stars: Feel Love Fury as The Band | Andrew Hamrick as Tom
Director: Michael Lange
Songs: Julie Plug -- Devoted, Iffy -- Double Dutch, Linda M. -- DWWYU, Bomb Pops -- Girl Daredevil, Katie Holmes / Feel Love Fury -- I Want You To Want Me, Moxie -- In My Room, Feel Love Fury -- Jessie's Girl, Rebecca Gates -- Lure And Cast, Lava Baby -- Right Place, Our Man Paul -- Shadows, Glen Echo -- Sins, Busy Phillips / Feel Love Fury -- Son Of A Preacher Man, Cara Jones -- Spit It Out, Red Chord -- Taxi, Feel Love Fury -- What The Hell

93 :05x12 - Sleeping Arrangements

Jan/23/2002
Pacey gets a job offer to travel to the Greek Islands from his summer fling, Melanie. Joey turns down a guy from class that she thinks slept with Audrey. Dawson moves into Grams but things get weird with him and Jen. Jack moves into the frat house but discovers that another guy didn't want to room with him because he is gay.
Special Guest Stars: Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Ken Marino as Professor David Wilder | Ian Kahn as Danny Brecher |
Guest Stars: Jennifer Morrison as Melanie Shea Thompson | Ned Brower as Elliott Sawyer | Ryan Bittle as Eric |
Co-Guest Stars: John Driscoll as Blossom
Director: Mel Damski
Writer: Jed Seidel

94 :05x13 - Something Wilder

Jan/30/2002
Dawson's first day in his new film school arrives. Oliver (an acquaintance from the Hooksett festival) starts showing him around and wastes no time in asking Dawson to direct a movie he wrote. Reluctant to direct someone else's work, Dawson starts giving notes to Oliver on the script, and ends up accepting the job, thanks to Jen's incentive. Jen has problems of her own. Her current state of happiness from her relationship with Dawson is reflecting in her on-air performance. Now she has to go back to the sharp-tongued, edgy advice she used to give instead of the romantic, love-themed offerings. Elsewhere, Jack is on academic probation. Irritated, he goes out and has a few too many drinks, which results in a fight with his fraternity brothers.
Special Guest Stars: Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Ken Marino as Professor David Wilder |
Guest Stars: Jordan Bridges as Oliver Chirchick | Ned Brower as Elliott Sawyer | Ryan Bittle as Eric |
Co-Guest Stars: Dikran Tulaine as Film Professor | Josie Maynard as Waitress | John Driscoll as Blossom
Director: David Petrarca
Writer: Rina Mimoun

95 :05x14 - Guerilla Filmmaking (1)

Feb/06/2002
Dawson begins shooting Oliver's script and immediately realizes that Oliver has no acting talent and will need to be replaced. Charlie ends up taking the role. Audrey lands the lead female part and when she is practicing her lines with Pacey the two kiss. Eric comes out to Jack and makes a pass at him but later tries to turn it around on Jack. Jack quits the fraternity. Joey contemplates how to proceed with Professor Wilder. Joey gives Audrey and Pacey her blessing to date.
Special Guest Stars: Chad Michael Murray as Charlie Todd | Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Ken Marino as Professor David Wilder |
Guest Stars: Jordan Bridges as Oliver Chirchick | Ryan Bittle as Eric |
Co-Guest Stars: Dustin Keene as Student #1 | Rasool J'Han as Student #2 | Alaina Huffman as Hot Girl | John Driscoll as Blossom | Richard Reed (1) as Polar Bear
Director: Julia Rask

96 :05x15 - Downtown Crossing (2)

Feb/13/2002
Joey is mugged and forced to clean out her bank account and hand over her coat. Later, the mugger is hit by a car. Instead of leaving him, Joey calls for an ambulance. At the hospital, Joey meets the man's estranged wife and young daughter.
Guest Stars: Stephen Moore (1) as Cop | Mercedes McNab as Grace | Sam Ball as Mugger |
Co-Guest Stars: Keith Flippen as Young Doctor | Olivia Milo Pence as Sammy
Director: David Petrarca
Writer: Tom Kapinos

97 :05x16 - In A Lonely Place

Feb/20/2002
Audrey worries about karma after sleeping with Pacey at the same time Joey was being mugged. Jen's lands an interview with a band that has her questioning her relationship with Dawson. Professor Wilder doesn't let Joey explain why she never returned to his house and he breaks things off. Pacey accompanies Jack to a gay bar.
Special Guest Stars: Ken Marino as Professor David Wilder | Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell |
Guest Stars: Nick Cornish as Wynn | Drew Wood as Steve |
Co-Guest Stars: Amy Wray as Female Colleague | Michael Kroeker as Bar Patron
Director: Keith Samples
Writer: Gina Fattore

98 :05x17 - Highway To Hell

Apr/03/2002
Dawson, Jen, Jack and Grams return to Capeside for Lily's first birthday. Dawson is surprised to find out his mother has a new man in her life. Jen decides to break up with Dawson. Joey agrees to sing with Charlie's band which results in a tense road trip with Pacey and Audrey.
Special Guest Stars: Chad Michael Murray as Charlie Todd | Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Mary-Margaret Humes as Gale Leery |
Co-Guest Stars: Feel Love Fury as The Band | Scott Stevens as Nathan
Writer: Anna Fricke

99 :05x18 - Cigarette Burns

Apr/10/2002
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Special Guest Stars: Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Chad Michael Murray as Charlie Todd |
Guest Stars: Jordan Bridges as Oliver Chirchick | Meredith Salenger as Amy Lloyd |
Co-Guest Stars: Afemo Omilami as Clifton Smalls | Jonathan Kasdan as Gawky-Looking Kid | Denny Zartman as Film Geek
Director: Les Sheldon

100 :05x19 - 100 Light Years From Home

Apr/17/2002
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Special Guest Stars: M2M as Themselves | Chad Michael Murray as Charlie Todd | Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell |
Guest Stars: Jordan Bridges as Oliver Chirchick | Tac Fitzgerald as Chris Hartford |
Co-Guest Stars: Brian McFayden as Male V-Jay | Hilarie Burton as Female V-Jay
Director: David Petrarca
Writer: Rina Mimoun

101 :05x20 - Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)

Apr/24/2002
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Special Guest Stars: Chad Michael Murray as Charlie Todd | Sherilyn Fenn as Alex Pearl | Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell |
Guest Stars: Jack Plotnick as Andrew Waller | Jordan Bridges as Oliver Chirchick |
Co-Guest Stars: Feel Love Fury as The Band

102 :05x21 - After Hours

May/01/2002
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Special Guest Stars: Sherilyn Fenn as Alex Pearl | Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell |
Guest Stars: Meredith Salenger as Amy Lloyd | Ryan Bittle as Eric |
Co-Guest Stars: Richard Reed (1) as Polar Bear | John Driscoll as Blossom
Director: Mel Damski

103 :05x22 - The Abby

May/08/2002
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Special Guest Stars: Ken Marino as Professor David Wilder | Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Nina Repeta as Bessie Potter | Sherilyn Fenn as Alex Pearl |
Guest Stars: Jordan Bridges as Oliver Chirchick |
Co-Guest Stars: Steve Boles as Balding Man | J.R. Rodriguez as Guard | Jason Little as Trevor | Stephanie Wallace as Marie
Director: Michael Lange

104 :05x23 - Swan Song

May/15/2002
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Special Guest Stars: Mary-Margaret Humes as Gale Leery | Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell | Nina Repeta as Bessie Potter | Ian Kahn as Danny Brecher |
Guest Stars: Hal Ozsan as Todd | Ryan Bittle as Eric | Afemo Omilami as Clifton Smalls |
Co-Guest Stars: Ashley Williams as Glory | Lynn O'Connell as Ticket Girl | Brian LaFontaine as Counter Guy | Logan R. Berkshire as Security Guy | Jennifer Ferrin as Nervous Girl
Director: Greg Prange

Season 6

105 :06x01 - The Kids Are Alright (1)

Oct/02/2002
After a short summer romance in Capeside, Joey returns to Boston for a new school year. In the hallway she runs into Professor Greg Hetson, she immediately receives homework. Joey wants to prove herself at all cost and starts working, until a message from Dawson confuses her. Meanwhile Audrey also arrives in Boston. Pacey wants to get a job and luckily finds someone who can help him. Jen learns her parents want to get a divorce and jack deals with a broken relationship.
Special Guest Stars: Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling | Jensen Ackles as C.J. |
Guest Stars: Roger Howarth as Professor Greg Hetson | Megan Gray as Emma Jones | Hal Ozsan as Todd | Dana Ashbrook as Rich Rinaldi | Sebastian Spence as Professor Matt Freeman | Jack Osbourne as Himself |
Co-Guest Stars: Brian LaFontaine as Counter Guy | Ann Lincoln as Secretary | Sean Dennison as Cute Boy | Jeffery West as Art History Professor | Zack Hanner as Drunken Townie | Nicholas Sean Gomez as Co-Worker #1 | Melissa Ponzio as Female Student | Chandler McIntyre as Head Counselor | Johnny Alonso as Co-Worker #2
Director: Greg Prange
Writer: Tom Kapinos
Songs: Laura Doyle -- 1000 Questions, Sophie B. Hawkins -- As I Lay Me Down, Melanie Doane -- Bionic, Jonah -- Found, Rose Falcon -- Fun, Anna Waronker -- Goodbye, Joan Jett and The -- Love Is All Around, Kristin Hoffmann -- Mary, The Tom Kitt Band -- Road To You, Sci-Fi Lullaby -- Slide, Laura Doyle -- Your Love

106 :06x02 - The Song Remains the Same (2)

Oct/02/2002
Pacey and Jack become roomies. Dawson and Joey become closer then ever before untill she finds out that he has a girlfriend back in California.
Special Guest Stars: Jensen Ackles as C.J. | Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling |
Guest Stars: Megan Gray as Emma Jones | Hal Ozsan as Todd | Dana Ashbrook as Rich Rinaldi | Roger Howarth as Professor Greg Hetson | Sebastian Spence as Professor Matt Freeman | Jack Osbourne as Himself |
Co-Guest Stars: Johnny Alonso as Co-Worker #2 | Melissa Ponzio as Female Student | Nicholas Sean Gomez as Co-Worker #1 | Ann Lincoln as Secretary | Sean Dennison as Cute Boy | Jeffery West as Art History Professor | Zack Hanner as Drunken Townie | Brian LaFontaine as Counter Guy | Chandler McIntyre as Head Counselor
Writer: Gina Fattore
Songs: Rosey -- Afterlife, Sophie B. Hawkins -- As I Lay Me Down, Lea Longo -- Confessions, Ryan Adams -- Gimme A Sign, Dispatch -- Here We Go, Anna Waronker -- I Wish You Well, Aimee Mann -- It's Not

107 :06x03 - The Importance of Not Being Too Earnest

Oct/09/2002
Joey ignores good advice from Audrey and writes a letter to Dawson with her feelings. By the time she is done she was so tired she mailed it to the whole school in stead of Dawson. Meanwhile Pacey goes to work for the first time and notices everybody has already started.
Special Guest Stars: Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling |
Guest Stars: Roger Howarth as Professor Greg Hetson | Megan Gray as Emma Jones | Sebastian Spence as Professor Matt Freeman | Dana Ashbrook as Rich Rinaldi |
Co-Guest Stars: Nicholas Sean Gomez as Co-Worker #4 | Johnny Alonso as Co-Worker #2 | Liz Knight as Female #1 | Bobbi Baker as Female #2 | Drew Seeley as Male | Jeremy Fischer as Co-Worker #1 | Micah Cover as Co-Worker #3 | Brandon Hirsch as Guy In Line | Angela Timmerman as Sympathetic Girl
Director: Joanna Kerns
Writer: Anna Fricke
Songs: Lee Hester -- Above All This, Sophie B. Hawkins -- As I Lay Me Down, Casual Blue -- Blur, Kelly Brock -- High On The Sunshine, Lee Hester -- Hold It Down, Laura Doyle -- I Love You So, Eli -- Now The News, Pop Unknown -- Tattoo Your Image (On The World), David Poe -- The Drifter, The Juliana Theory -- We're At The Top Of The World, Plankeye -- When It Comes

108 :06x04 - Instant Karma!

Oct/16/2002
Dawson is confused when he finds himself wondering about Joey........and Natasha. Audrey gets herself attention from a new guy.
Special Guest Stars: Jensen Ackles as C.J. | Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling |
Guest Stars: Sebastian Spence as Professor Matt Freeman | Hal Ozsan as Todd | Dana Ashbrook as Rich Rinaldi | Bianca Kajlich as Natasha Kelly |
Co-Guest Stars: Maya Tai Dorsey as Crew Member | Andrew McGinnis as Jason | Marcus Hester as Stunt Killer | Wayne Roberts as Adam
Songs: Rebecca Timmons -- Alive, Rubber Snake -- Amsterdam, Geller -- Judas, Moxie -- Just Like Me, Heavy Stud -- Over The Top, A-Delic Groove - Mr. Spike -- Spike, The Crash Poets -- Superstar, Beth Orton -- Thinking About Tomorrow

109 :06x05 - The Impostors

Oct/23/2002
Joey wants nothing but the truth from Eddie. Meanwhile, Audrey gets to be lead singer in Emma's band but Pacey is so busy with his job he ends up ignoring Audrey, again.
Special Guest Stars: Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling |
Guest Stars: Roger Howarth as Professor Greg Hetson | Nicole Bilderback as Heather Tracy | Megan Gray as Emma Jones | Sebastian Spence as Professor Matt Freeman | Hal Ozsan as Todd | Bianca Kajlich as Natasha Kelly |
Co-Guest Stars: Johnny Alonso as Random Guy | Maya Tai Dorsey as P.A. | Wendy Fowler as Hell's Belles Singer #1 | Rebekah Dean as Hell's Belles Singer #2 | Sam Robison as A.D.
Director: Michael Lange
Writer: Gina Fattore
Songs: Schnockered -- Bye Bye Baby, Busy Philipps -- California Dreamin, Catfight -- Frustrated, Busy Philipps -- Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, Binge -- Lately, Heavy Stud -- On 2, Mike Freedman -- Only Human, Jonah -- Reunion, Brian Sullivan -- Spaceshot, Reed Foehl -- Turn Your Lights Down Low

110 :06x06 - Living Dead Girl (aka Halloweenie)

Oct/30/2002
Joey ends up "babysitting" Harley, Prof. Hetson's daughter. Dawson believes he is seeing a ghost while he is trying to put on a Halloween party for Todd.
Special Guest Stars: Jensen Ackles as C.J. | Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling |
Guest Stars: Mika Boorem as Harley Hetson | Roger Howarth as Professor Greg Hetson | Megan Gray as Emma Jones | Hal Ozsan as Todd Carr | Greg Rikaart as David | Bianca Kajlich as Natasha Kelly |
Co-Guest Stars: Sam Robison as A.D. | Marcus Hester as Killer | Camille Canellas as Hot Girl | Barrett O'Brien as Shaggy Hair Guy | Daniel Valverde as Editor | The Murder Dolls as The Band
Director: Les Sheldon
Writer: Tom Kapinos
Songs: Murderdolls -- 197666, Movie Scream Queen - Murderdolls -- B, Murderdolls -- Dead In Hollywood, Mr. Spike -- Hard Core, The Undecided -- Land Of Opportunity, Rob Zombie -- Living Dead Girl, Murderdolls -- Love At First Fright, Josh Rouse -- Miracle, MxPx -- Move To Bremerton, The Kickovers -- Put Me On, Dislife -- Reverend Rider, Dead Poetic -- The Corporate Enthusiast

111 :06x07 - Ego Tripping at the Gates of Hell

Nov/06/2002
Audrey's friends think she may have a drinking problem after she gets really wasted before performing with Emma's band.
Special Guest Stars: Jensen Ackles as C.J. | Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling |
Guest Stars: Megan Gray as Emma Jones | Sebastian Spence as Professor Matt Freeman | Dana Ashbrook as Rich Rinaldi | Greg Rikaart as David | Jaime Bergman as Denise |
Co-Guest Stars: Nicholas Sean Gomez as Co-Worker #1 | Johnny Alonso as Co-Worker #2 | Wendy Fowler as Hell's Belles Singer #1 | Rebekah Dean as Hell's Belles Singer #2 | Candice Cabbo as Lovely Girl | Nicole Brooks (1) as Hot Girl
Director: Jason Moore
Writer: Anna Fricke
Songs: Nigel Mack -- Bad Girls, Kenny Greenberg -- Greasy Money, Annie Minogue -- Kind Of Girl, Azure Ray -- No Signs Of Pain, Walter "Wolfman" Washington -- On The Prowl, Busy Philipps -- One Way Or Another, Alexi Murdoch -- Orange Sky, JP -- The Seduction Of Mrs. Nielsen, Ali Handal -- While You're Here

112 :06x08 - Spiderwebs

Nov/13/2002
The whole gang goes to a No Doubt concert. Joey AND Dawson spend their time with their new "close friends" while ignoring eachother. The big secret comes out to Pacey that while he was still with Audrey she slept with Jen's crush CJ.
Special Guest Stars: Jensen Ackles as C.J. | Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling | No Doubt as Themselves |
Guest Stars: Megan Gray as Emma Jones | Hal Ozsan as Todd | Greg Rikaart as David | Bianca Kajlich as Natasha Kelly |
Co-Guest Stars: Jim Grimshaw as Police Officer | Steve DuMouchel as Foreman | John Copeman as Security Guard | Cydnee Welburn as Concert Goer | Kathleen Thompson-Parker as Ticket Taker #2 | Stuart Ward as Door Guy | Donny De Castro as Ticket Taker #1
Director: Bethany Rooney
Writer: Gina Fattore
Songs: Josh Zandman -- Beautiful, Pillbox -- Every Song On The Radio, Lake Boone -- Fall, No Doubt -- Hella Good, Love Candy -- I Can't Let You Go, Nemochrome -- Just A Boy (For Now), No Doubt -- Magic's In The Makeup, Anna Waronker -- Peek, Fine Machine -- Right Here, Choo Choo La Rouge -- Say It Twice, Gina Young -- Supergirl, No Doubt -- Underneath It All

113 :06x09 - Everything Put Together Falls Apart

Nov/20/2002
Joey decides to spend the night with Eddie and then misses her important exam. Dawson is getting really jealous of the new actor flirting with Natasha.
Special Guest Stars: Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling | Eddie Cahill as Max Winter |
Guest Stars: Megan Gray as Emma Jones | Hal Ozsan as Todd | Dana Ashbrook as Rich Rinaldi | Bianca Kajlich as Natasha Kelly |
Co-Guest Stars: Mick Walker (2) as Proctor | Kelly Heyniger as Candace | Mercedes Renard as Thelma | Mayte Arguello as Louise | Tyhm Kennedy as Featured Dancer | Thomas Blake as Featured Dancer | Paula Jones as Featured Dancer | Lanny Scott as Featured Dancer | Brett Claywell as Featured Dancer | Roger Howarth as Professor Greg Hetson
Director: Kerr Smith
Songs: River City Rebels -- Friday's Salvation, K.C. & The Sunshine Band -- Get Down Tonight, C60 -- Gone, Out of Eden -- Good Time, 45 Dip -- Green Tomatoes, Life - Iffy -- Hi, Alice Peacock -- Into The Light, No Knife -- Parting Shot, The Figgs -- Static, Reed Foehl -- The Remedy, Sister Sledge -- We Are Family, Glenn Graham & -- Whispers From Heaven

114 :06x10 - Merry Mayhem

Dec/11/2002
The whole gang decides to go to Capeside to spend Christmas with Gail. Everyone's relationships fall apart.
Special Guest Stars: Mary-Margaret Humes as Gale Leery | Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling | Nina Repeta as Bessie Potter | Obi Ndefo as Bodie |
Guest Stars: Gareth Williams as Mike Potter | Dylan Neal as Doug Witter | Hal Ozsan as Todd | Bianca Kajlich as Natasha Kelly | John Copeman as Stunt Coordinator |
Co-Guest Stars: Jennifer Badger as Stunt Double | Tree O'Toole as Stunt Double | Joshua Hall as Alexander
Director: David Petrarca
Writer: Tom Kapinos
Songs: Mary Beth Maziarz -- Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas, Booker T. & The Mg's -- Jingle Bells, Bionica -- Like An Alien, Shawn Colvin -- Love Came Down At Christmas, Lynsey Bartilson -- Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree, Brenda -- Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree, Chris Trousdale -- Wild Christmas, Shawn Colvin -- Windy Nights

115 :06x11 - Day Out of Days

Jan/15/2003
Joey is confused about not hearing from Eddie since Christmas.
Special Guest Stars: Jensen Ackles as C.J. | Paul Gleason as Larry Newman |
Guest Stars: Jack Osbourne as Himself | Roger Howarth as Professor Greg Hetson | Mika Boorem as Harley Hetson | Megan Gray as Emma Jones | Hal Ozsan as Todd | Dana Ashbrook as Rich Rinaldi | Nicole Bilderback as Heather Tracy | Greg Rikaart as David | Bianca Kajlich as Natasha Kelly |
Co-Guest Stars: Veda Wilson as Nurse | Kate Leahey as Teacher
Writer: Gina Fattore
Songs: Brian Sullivan -- Crazy, Nemochrome -- Hole In Your Head, Colin Hay -- How Long Will It Last, Phantom Planet -- Lonely Day, Frou Frou -- Only Got One

116 :06x12 - All the Right Moves

Jan/22/2003
Emma lets Audrey sing in her band again but still gets trashed right before the show starts so she messes up.
Special Guest Stars: Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling |
Guest Stars: Ray Wise as Roger Stepavich | Jennifer Badger as Audrey Stunt Double | Roger Howarth as Professor Greg Hetson | Mika Boorem as Harley Hetson | John Copeman as Stunt Coordinator | Sarah Shahi as Sadia Shaw | Megan Gray as Emma Jones | Dana Ashbrook as Rich Rinaldi |
Co-Guest Stars: Loudermilk as The Band | Robert Treveiler as Carl Rosen | Wendy Fowler as Hell's Belles Singer #1 | Rebekah Dean as Hell's Belles Singer #2 | Jacob Billingsley as Roady Type | Scott Helm as Business Man | Rob Priester as Roady Type | Bobby Tyson as Another Partygoer
Director: Arlene Sanford
Songs: Chad Lawson Trio -- Are We There Yet?, Busy Philipps -- Bad Times, Chad Lawson Trio -- Dear Dorothy, Jennie DeVoe -- Does She Walk On Water, Chad Lawson Trio -- Fair Sky In Wichita, Failsafe -- Kozy Claustrophobic, The Snaggs -- Lost At 22, Busy Philipps -- Love Is All Around, Tommy Holmes -- One More Day, Jacobstone -- Prince Of The City, Loudermilk -- Rock 'n' Roll & The Teenage Desperation, Kirsten Proffit -- Something I Can't Be, C60 -- Zombie Lincoln

117 :06x13 - Rock Bottom

Jan/29/2003
Eddie, Joey and Audrey head for California to drop Audrey off at rehab.
Special Guest Stars: Jensen Ackles as C.J. | Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling |
Guest Stars: Geoffrey Lewis as Uncle Bill | Josh Hammond as Mullet | Seth Rogen as Bob | Nicole Bilderback as Heather Tracy | Bianca Kajlich as Natasha Kelly |
Co-Guest Stars: Jon Stafford as The D.P. | Barrett O'Brien as Shaggy Hair Guy | Brett Claywell as Set P.A. | Zach Lee as Giggling Camera Guy | Fedele Folino as The Gaffer | Jennifer Badger as Audrey Stunt Double | John Copeman as Stunt Coordinator
Writer: Tom Kapinos
Songs: MxPx -- Move To Bremerton, Heavy Stud -- Over The Top, Foo Fighters -- Overdrive, The Gentlemen -- Sour Mash, Cornershop -- Staging The Plaguing Of The Raised Platform, Big Bad Bollocks -- Tidza, Wild Colonials -- True (With You)

118 :06x14 - Clean and Sober

Feb/05/2003
In L.A. Dawson decides to see how Audrey is doing at rehab. Back in Boston Pacey decides to throw a party and very drunk Joey ends up telling her friend's old secrets to everyone at the party.
Special Guest Stars: Jensen Ackles as C.J. |
Guest Stars: Alicia Coppola as Toni Stark | Megan Gray as Emma Jones | Greg Rikaart as David | Esteban Powell as Gus |
Co-Guest Stars: Dean Mumford as Stunt Coordinator | Dino Muccio as Stock Broker Type | Adrian Monte as Agent | Daniel J. Hurlbutt as Gus Stunt Double/Punker Type | Elaine Halee as Front Desk Woman | R. Keith Harris as Counselor | John Copeman as Stunt Coordinator
Director: Michael Lange
Writer: Anna Fricke
Songs: Red Chord -- Beacon Street, Schnockered -- Crazy, Moxie -- Don't Kiss Me Now, Heavy Stud -- Drop Out, Universal Honey -- Find Yourself, Glen Echo -- Hole In My Heart, Joseph Arthur -- Honey & The Moon, Lava Baby -- If I Didn't Have U, Annie Palmer -- My Friend, Choo Choo La Rouge -- Ragged Dick, Morella's Forest -- Shining Stars, Jay Hansen Project -- Sometimes, The Donnas -- Take It Off, Nemochrome -- Thanks Dave, The Andersons -- The Truth Is Out, Danny Blitz -- To Be Alone

119 :06x15 - Castaways

Feb/12/2003
Pacey and Joey get locked in a K-mart after closing.
Guest Stars: Jud Tylor as Sure Thing | Noah Segan as George |
Co-Guest Stars: Kevin Scanlon as Security Guard | Lucia Forte as Cashier | Nicholas Sean Gomez as Broker Nick | Johnny Alonso as Broker Johnny
Director: Greg Prange
Writer: Gina Fattore
Songs: Bob Schneider -- Big Blue Sea, The Salads -- Hot Damn, Universal Honey -- How Big Is Your World, Michael Brandmeier -- I'm All Right (Help Me), Vanessa Daou -- Juliette, Sinéad O'Connor -- You Do Something To Me

120 :06x16 - That Was Then (aka Before and After)

Mar/26/2003
Joey babysits for Harley and finds Patrick in her room.
Guest Stars: Lukas Behnken as George | Taylor Handley as Patrick | Roger Howarth as Professor Greg Hetson | Mika Boorem as Harley Hetson | John Finn as John Witter | Dylan Neal as Doug Witter |
Co-Guest Stars: Mitchell Laurance as Mr. Gold | Rob Zapple as Doctor | Leigh Jones as Female Student | Christopher Desroaches as Another Student
Director: Perry Lang
Writer: Anna Fricke
Songs: Alexi Murdoch -- Blue Mind, Anna Waronker -- Break My Heart, Off By One -- On My Way, Anna Waronker -- Today Is Tomorrow

121 :06x17 - Sex and Violence

Apr/02/2003
Joey decides to be Pacey's secretary to make some extra money.
Special Guest Stars: Paul Gleason as Larry Newman | Jensen Ackles as C.J. | Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling |
Guest Stars: Sarah Shahi as Sadia Shaw | Nicole Bilderback as Movie Exec | Hal Ozsan as Todd Carr | Dana Ashbrook as Rich Rinaldi |
Co-Guest Stars: Jill Jackson as Marcy | Micah Cover as Buffoon | Greg Thompson as Guy Executive | Susan Stox as Female Executive | Satu Rautaharju as Singer | Brian Rankin as Singer | Johnny Alonso as Broker Johnny | Mehera Blum as Bass Player | John Copeman as Stunt Coordinator | Tymoteusz Dvorak as Singer | Sam Tyler as Singer | Nicholas Sean Gomez as Broker Nick
Director: Frank Perl
Songs: Frou Frou -- Hear Me Out, Straight Razor Seduction -- Over You, John Lardieri -- The Beautiful Ones, Cynthia Catania -- Without Sleep

122 :06x18 - Love Bites

Apr/09/2003
Gram's reveals that she has breast cancer and Jen is crushed by the news.
Special Guest Stars: Jensen Ackles as C.J. | Mary-Margaret Humes as Gale Leery | Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling |
Guest Stars: Mika Boorem as Harley Hetson | Taylor Handley as Patrick |
Co-Guest Stars: Adam Nee as Jaime | Morgan Johnson (2) as Harley's Friend
Director: Bethany Rooney
Songs: The Dingees -- Chevy Malibu, Nancy Weisler -- Goodbye, Pete Yorn -- Just Another, Shamra -- Paper Umbrella, Bob Schneider -- Round And Round, Ballistic Edna -- She Will Return, Damien Rice -- The Blower's Daughter

123 :06x19 - Lovelines (aka The Eddie)

Apr/16/2003
Dr. Drew and Adam come from Lovelines to the college to help them with their love and sex problems.
Special Guest Stars: Jensen Ackles as C.J. | Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling |
Guest Stars: Dr. Drew Pinsky as Himself | Adam Carolla as Himself | Greg Rikaart as David | Matt Funke as Fred |
Co-Guest Stars: Alice Rogers as Girl #2 | Melissa Bragg-Lumsden as Girl #3 | Wesley Whitney Morris as Guy #1 | Cullen Moss as Fellow Counselor | Matt White as Guy #2 | Torrey DeVitto as Girl #1
Director: Joshua Jackson
Songs: Caesars -- Jerk It Out, Grey Eye Glances -- Oh No, Marianne Faithfull -- Sex With Strangers, Touch and Go -- Would You...?

124 :06x20 - Catch-22

Apr/23/2003
Pacey looses all of Dawson's money on the stock market.
Special Guest Stars: Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling |
Guest Stars: Roger Howarth as Professor Greg Hetson | Dana Ashbrook as Rich Rinaldi | Sarah Shahi as Sadia Shaw | Greg Rikaart as David |
Co-Guest Stars: Irene Ziegler as Secretary | David Shumbris as Pacey Stunt Double | Melissa Claire Egan as Waitress | Chris Snyder as Co-Worker | J. Matthew Stevens as Random Hot Guy
Songs: Katrina Carlson -- Blue Streak Cadillac, Lamya -- East Of Anywhere, Nemochrome -- Just A Boy (For Now), Steve Tannen -- Love In Vain, Brian Sullivan -- Promised, Crushing Velvet -- Radio, Buffalo Tom -- Soda Jerk

125 :06x21 - Goodbye, Yellow Brick Road

Apr/30/2003
Pacey finally tells Dawson that the money is all gone. Dawson is totally crushed by the news and is not sure where to go from there. Jen invites her mother to Boston to tell her about Gram's cancer.
Special Guest Stars: Jensen Ackles as C.J. |
Guest Stars: Geoffrey Lewis as Bill Braxton | Jack Osbourne as Himself
Writer: Anna Fricke
Songs: Leah Erbe -- Hand In Hand, Josh Kelley -- Home To Me, Josh Kelley -- Old Time Memory, Kim Richey -- Place Called Home, Busy Philipps -- Way Beyond Empty

126 :06x22 - Joey Potter and the Capeside Redemption

May/07/2003
Joey tries everything she can to help Dawson make the movie even though all the money for it is gone. She recruits everyone to help.
Special Guest Stars: Mary-Margaret Humes as Gale Leery |
Guest Stars: Mika Boorem as Harley Hetson | Dylan Neal as Doug Witter | Hal Ozsan as Todd Carr | Lukas Behnken as George | Nicole Steinwedell as Kristie Livingstone | Taylor Handley as Patrick |
Co-Guest Stars: Rick Warner as Store Owner | Matthew Stanton as A.V. Geek | Troy Rudeseal as Police Officer | Megan Blake as Dentist | Michael Genevie as Café Man | Allen Edwards as Restaurant Owner | Calvin Brown (2) as Prep Cook
Songs: Alexi Murdoch -- Blue Mind, Phantom Planet -- Nobody's Fault, The Wedding Present -- Pleasant Valley Sunday, Glen Echo -- Sins, A Girl Called Eddy -- Soundtrack Of Your Life, The Hollies -- The Air That I Breathe, Red House Painters -- Void

127 :06x23 - All Good Things... (1)

May/14/2003
[ Part I ]

The series finale finds the gang 5 years older and everyone is meeting up in Capeside for a wedding. Dawson is a director for a tv show called "The Creek". Jack is a Capeside school teacher in love with the town sherrif. Pacey re-opened the Ice House. Jen is a single mother still living with Grams. And Joey is a book editor living in NYC with her current boyfriend.
Special Guest Stars: Virginia Madsen as Maddie Allen | Mary-Margaret Humes as Gale Leery | Nina Repeta as Bessie Potter |
Guest Stars: Mary Beth Peil as Evelyn "Grams" Ryan | Jeremy Sisto as Christoper | Dylan Neal as Doug Witter | Kyle Searles as Colby | Sam Doumit as Sam |
Co-Guest Stars: Jason Davis (4) as Writer #2 | Corey Jackson as Corey | Ashleigh Sumner as Assistant | Steve Roten as Writer #1 | Elizabeth Roberts (2) as Writer #3 | Robert Pralgo as Cute Guy | David Jenkins (2) as Jock Kid | Kristen Solt as Lilly | Mark Joy as Maddy's Hubby | Michael Hartson as Stan | Logan R. Berkshire as Director | Dean Mumford as Buddy #1 | Denis Larouche as Buddy #2 | Matthew Slate Wells as Alexander | Vincent Peeples as Lead Singer | Terry Loughlin as Doctor | Michael O'Connell as Mr. Dudley | Ann Pierce as Mrs. Dudley | John Copeman as Stunt Coordinator
Songs: Phantom Planet -- Always On My Mind, Amanda Marshall -- Fall From Grace, Painted Man -- Have A Little Faith In Me, John Hiatt -- Have A Little Faith In Me, Edwin McCain -- I'll Be, Dragmatic -- If, Painted Man -- Reflections, Beth Nielsen Chapman -- Say Goodnight, American Hi-Fi -- The Art Of Losing

128 :06x24 - ...Must Come to an End (2)

May/14/2003
[ Part II ]

All the friends try to cope with the revealtion that one of them will pass away very soon. Jen rebuilds her bond between all of her friends, as well as gives her daughter some words of Wisdom. Jack continues to struggle with the curveballs life has thrown him, but starts to think positively about his future. Meanwhile, Joey is forced to choose once and for all between Pacey and Dawson, and finally realizes that the answer has been with her all this time...
Special Guest Stars: Mary-Margaret Humes as Gale Leery | Nina Repeta as Bessie Potter | Virginia Madsen as Maddie Allen |
Guest Stars: Dylan Neal as Doug Witter | Sam Doumit as Sam | Kyle Searles as Colby | Jeremy Sisto as Christoper |
Co-Guest Stars: Laura Silverman as Kelsey | Ashleigh Sumner as Assistant | Kristen Solt as Lilly Leary | Steve Roten as Writer #1 | Jason Davis (4) as Writer #2 | Elizabeth Roberts (2) as Writer #3 | Corey Jackson as Busboy | Robert Pralgo as Cute Guy | David Jenkins (2) as Jock Kid | Mark Joy as Maddy's Hubby | Michael Hartson as Stan | Logan R. Berkshire as Director | Dean Mumford as Buddy #1 | Denis Larouche as Buddy #2 | Matthew Slate Wells as Alexander | Vincent Peeples as Lead Singer | Terry Loughlin as Doctor | Michael O'Connell as Mr. Dudley | Ann Pierce as Mrs. Dudley | John Copeman as Stunt Coordinator
Director: Greg Prange
Songs: Sarah McLachlan -- Angel, Chantal Kreviazuk -- Green Apples, Alanis Morissette -- Hand In My Pocket, Jewel -- Hands, Marc Cohn -- Healing Hands, Beth Nielsen Chapman -- Say Goodnight
Warning: Dawson's Creek guide may contain spoilers
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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