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Season 5, Episode 1: The Bostonians
Original Air Date: 10 October 2001
Joey begins her first day at Worthington University where she is struggling in her beginners writing class taught by Professor David Wilder who criticizes her first essay about her and Dawson. Audrey Liddell, Joey's brash new roommate from Beverly Hills, proves to be more of an annoyance than a friend with her wild and crazy personality. Dawson, who's continuing his studies at USC with an internship in Hollywood, begins his job on a shaky start when he meets Todd Carr, an arrogant, egocentric, hack film director who gives...
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I am a dire Dawson's Creek fan. My favorite couple from the very beginning was Pacey and Joey. People usually either love Dawson and Joey together or Pacey and Joey together. Dawson is a nice boy but he doesn't make Joey a better person like I think Pacey does. Joey helps make Pacey try harder to achieve his dreams and Pacey shows Joey she needs to loosen up and enjoy life more. They even each other out and look beautiful together. They needed one another and always found a way back to each other. I think it was a great decision to have Joey end up with Pacey in the season finale. Dawson was her soul mate but Pacey was her true love. This is just an opinion of a crazed fan.
Season 4, Episode 1: Coming Home
Original Air Date: 4 October 2000
Pacey and Joey return from their summer vacation at sea where they have to deal with Dawson's feelings, who has been deeply hurt for the past months while he and Jack made money by painting houses. At first, he doesn't want to talk to neither one of them, but at a drive-in theater, Jen convinces him to talk to Joey. Meanwhile, Pacey's other older sister, Gretchen, arrives in Capeside after taking time off from college and moves in with Doug, making Pacey homeless since he does not want to live with Doug or their hostile parents...
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Season 6, Episode 1: The Kids Are Alright
Original Air Date: 2 October 2002
During the summer, Pacey and Audrey rocked Los Angeles and spent time with her next door neighbors, the Osbournes, and Jack Osbourne even tags along with them to interview at Worthington. Jen spent her time in New York and got ecstatic to learn her parents are separating. Jack got dumped by Eric, but got over it. Joey spent her summer in Capeside doing a lot of reading, working and romancing. On their first week back at Boston Bay College, Jen is shocked to run into find that Grams Ryan has decided to go back to school....
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This is not mine, I got it from paceyandjoey.tumblr.com
I liked it so much, I just had post it!♥


For quite some time a debate has raged among Dawson’s Creek fans. Should Joey be with Pacey or Dawson? It seems like everyone has an opinion on this stormy love triangle. When Katie Holmes and Joshua Jackson sat down to answer the questions everyone is asking, their feelings proved to be just as strong as their fans’ on the issues facing their Capeside characters.

Who will Joey choose?

Katie: Well, I just want to, you know, keep them both wanting.
Josh: Exactly. Just keep all them...
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Season 3, Episode 1: Like a Virgin
Original Air Date: 29 September 1999
After spending the summer with his mother in Philadelphia, Dawson returns to Capeside and meets a beautiful, outgoing, young woman, named Eve Whitman, on the bus from Philadelphia. Eve soon brings trouble to Dawson's ho-hum life when he accidentally wrecks his father's boat during an outing with her and tries to come up with $3,000 to repair it before Mitch finds out. So, Eve helps out by throwing a rave party at the Leery house with strippers from the club she works at. Meanwhile, Joey, who has frozen Dawson out all summer...
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Pacey: You're off the hook.
Joey: What?
Pacey: You're off the hook. I've never really put much faith in all that "if you love someone, set them free" crap, as evidenced by everything I've done in my life up to this very moment, but I am determined to be happy, Joey. Happy in this life. And I love you. I mean, I always -- I have always, always loved you. But our timing has just never been right. And the way I figure it, time is no man's friend. So I have to get right with that and be happy, now. Because this is it. I mean, this is all that we get. If there's one thing I've learned from losing...
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Season 2, Episode 1: The Kiss
Original Air Date: 7 October 1998
The day after their first true romantic kiss, Dawson and Joey both begin to have doubts about the future of their relationship as Joey forgoes her plans of going to France to be near Dawson. Meanwhile, Pacey decides on a new hairstyle look for himself and becomes chummy to the new girl in town: the neurotic, stuttering Andie McPhee, after they accidentally collide with each other in their cars. Pacey then asks Andie to help him get the attractive head cheerleader, named Christy Livingstone, to notice him. Following the death of her...
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posted by twilighter4evr
It was a beautiful spring morning in New York when Joey woke up to her apartment filled with roses she smiled while taking it all in. Out of no where she felt arms around her and heard a familiar voice say “What do you think?” then he kissed her neck in a familiar way. She then turned around kissed him and then asked smiling “What’s this all about?” Pacey responded with a smirk and said “I have no idea what you are talking about.” Joey then snuggled with Pacey in silence after a short amount of time Pacey said “I want you to get dressed and meet me at the pier in an hour.”...
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Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot
Original Air Date: 20 January 1998
In the peaceful coastal New England town of Capeside, Massachusetts, Dawson Leery, a 15-year-old film buff, lives a fantasy life of movies and filmmaking with his lifelong friends, tomboy Josephine "Joey" Potter and the outgoing and clownish Pacey Witter. On the day before starting the new school year as a sophomore, Dawson meets and falls for newcomer Jennifer "Jen" Lindley who arrives from New York City into the house next door to Dawson's to help her grandmother care for her invalid grandfather. Dawson's new bonding with Jen makes...
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Ok, I don't know who else watches/watched Dawson's Creek but I find HUGE similarities to the Joey and Pacey's relationship(Jacey, JP) to Brucas (BL); and Joey and Dawson's realtionship (Doey, JD) to Leyton(LP).
Ok...
Doey and Leyton are 'platonic soulmates'. i.e. they share similar interests JD film, analyzing, academic fulfillment; LP music, abandonment, the arts (writing and drawing).
LP and JD seem to be unable to function normally with or without the other. Both share traumatic experiences and are there for each other which undoubtedly gives them a close emotional bond.

However, when they are...
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It was the morning after the proposal both Pacey and Joey were lying in bed snuggling Joey was the first to wake and peeked over her shoulder to see her soon to be husband smiling then heard him say “Good morning love” Joey turned over and eased her way into Pacey’s arms then they kissed Joey said “I love you Pace thank you for last night it was amazing” Pacey smiled and said “I am glad you loved it I wanted it to be perfect for you” Joey looked deep into his eyes and said “Pace do you want me to show you how perfect last night was?” she then pushed Pacey on his back and then...
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posted by princess_16
1. Because he was there for her when Dawson asked him.

2. Because her was her friend before he was her lover.

3. Because he picked her up when she called him.

4. Because he was not afraid to finally kiss her.

5. Because when he touched her, she felt alive.

6. Because he counted to 10 before he kissed her.

7. Because she chose him.

8. Because she went sailing with him.

9. Because after 3 months of being together, they didn’t get bored of each other.

10. Because he punched the guy who tried to take advantage of her when she was drunk.

11. Because her heart never left him, it never left True Love.

12....
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