1.09 "Road Trip" Dawson is melodramatically mourning his breakup with Jen, staring moonily out of windows and refusing to eat or sleep.
I'm tempted to mock him here, but that is how literally every high schooler deals with being dumped, so I will give him a pass.
Billy invites Dawson to skip school and join him on a road trip to a dive bar in Providence that happens to lie "exactly equidistant between a pair of women's colleges.
Co-eds wall-to-wall, Dawson." UGH, I hate the word "co-eds." Especially since these are women's colleges - those students are actually the of co-eds.
are pretty heavy and overly serious, and Abby brings some much-needed levity and shenanigans to the proceedings.
So let's drink to levity, to shenanigans, and to Abby Morgan's mastery of mean girlness: The Dawson's Creek Drinking Game Joey purses her mouth or chews on her lip Joey tucks her hair behind her ear Joey climbs into or out of Dawson's window Sex makes Dawson and/or Joey extremely uncomfortable Jen brings up her atheism Grams says "Jennifaaah" Someone says the words "black boyfriend" in reference to Bodie Dawson mentions Spielberg You have literally no idea why Joey is mad Pacey gives someone a really good hug Cool Jen Lindley is totally crapped on by the universe Onto the episodes!
Joey is NOT impressed, but she's even less impressed with Dawson's crappy antics this week.
Turns out that pretty snail was a carnivore and now Pacey and Joey must spend the day finding new snails to observe.
His roles include Milo Pressman on the action-thriller TV series 24 and Duke Crocker in the supernatural series Haven.
But I’d also like to add ‘not a chance' and 'never again.’" Least likely dialogue: Dawson tells Pacey, "“Here you go equating fun with youthful indiscretions," and Pacey acknowledges the unlikelihood of that statement, replying, "? ” BFFs: Jen and Joey add fuel to my friendship 'shipping, sharing an "ice cream anti-social" and being sweeter and more mature than they've ever been with one another. Most recognizable song: Savage Garden's "Truly Madly Deeply." 1.10 "Double Date" This week, Jen does the thing that every Nice Guy fears above all else: she asks Dawson if they can be friends.
Dawson responds by losing his goddamn mind, and takes some highly stupid Pacey advice to show Jen he doesn't care about her by inviting her on a carnival double date with Cliff and a sweet girl named Mary Beth.
Joey, however, will not, and she tells him to sack up and get over it.
And Billy, the other member of the Dumped By Jen Lindley club, is here to help Dawson do just that.