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Dawson's Creek 6 Seasons

Season 6
4.3 out of 5 stars (113) IMDb 6.5/10

Teenage friends come of age in a small New England town.

Starring:
James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes

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Season 6

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1. The Kids Are Alright

An end-of-summer reunion in Boston re-ignites Dawson and Joey's long-simmering romance.

CC TV-PG October 2, 2002 43 minutes
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2. The Song Remains The Same

Dawson's efforts to woo Joey are upended by the news of his summertime romance in LA.

CC TV-PG October 2, 2002 43 minutes
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3. Importance Of Being Too Earnest

Joey accidentally sends a heartfelt e-mail to Dawson to the entire Worthington campus; Pacey's first week at work provides a harsh lesson in corporate ambition and greed.

CC TV-PG October 9, 2002 42 minutes
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4. Instant Karma!

As the arrival of the film's star creates problems for Dawson, Audrey catches Pacey out on the town when he's supposed to be studying.

CC TV-PG October 16, 2002 43 minutes
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5. The Imposters

As Dawson goes all out to keep Natasha in the picture, Audrey is offered a chance to sing with Emma's band.

CC TV-PG October 23, 2002 42 minutes
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6. Living Dead Girl

Already worried that a ghost is haunting the set, Dawson suspects Todd and Natasha of rekindling their affair.

CC TV-PG October 30, 2002 44 minutes
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7. Ego Tripping At The Gates Of Hell

Audrey's drinking forces Joey to see how her roommate's life is spinning out of control; news that Professor Freeman is moving to Chicago presents Jack with some decisions of his own.

CC TV-PG November 6, 2002 43 minutes
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8. Spiderwebs

Jen's efforts to reunite Pacey and his girlfriend at a No Doubt concert backfire upon learning the truth about C.J. and Audrey.

CC TV-PG November 13, 2002 43 minutes
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9. Everything Put Together Falls Apart

Spending the night at Eddie's puts Joey at risk of losing her scholarship; Emma agrees to be Pacey's date for an office party, unaware that she's been drawn into a "hot date contest."

CC TV-PG November 20, 2002 43 minutes
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10. Merry Mayhem

An out of control Audrey brings Christmas dinner at the Leery's literally crashing down.

CC TV-PG December 11, 2002 43 minutes
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11. Days Out Of Days

As completion of the film creates an unanticipated opportunity for Dawson, Joey lands back in Boston where she comes face to face with Professor Hetson's unruly teenage daughter.

CC TV-PG January 15, 2003 43 minutes
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12. All The Right Moves

As Audrey gets a second chance and Pacey is offered an unexpected promotion at work, Joey is reunited with Eddie.

CC TV-PG January 22, 2003 42 minutes
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13. Rock Bottom

Joey enlists Eddie for a cross-country trek to get Audrey into rehab; Dawson finds that directing in Hollywood is going to be harder than he thought.

CC TV-PG January 29, 2003 43 minutes
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14. Clean And Sober

Pacey and Jack throw a party that is replete with surprises; a visit to see Audrey in rehab brings Dawson face to face with a moviemaking legend.

CC TV-PG February 5, 2003 43 minutes
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15. Castaways

In his rush to make a hastily arranged date with a beautiful stranger, Pacey ends up locked inside a store for the night with Joey.

CC TV-PG February 12, 2003 43 minutes
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16. That Was Then

As Dawson returns to Capeside High to discuss his career, Pacey is drawn back home by his father's heart attack.

CC TV-PG March 26, 2003 43 minutes
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17. Sex And Violence

As Joey is drafted to fill in as Pacey's assistant, Dawson is tempted with an offer to make a film that he doesn't really believe in.

CC TV-PG April 2, 2003 43 minutes
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18. Love Bites

As Eddie's unexpected return throws Joey for a loop, Dawson returns home to complete his script.

CC TV-PG April 9, 2003 40 minutes
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19. Lovelines

A benefit session of Lovelines exposes the problems brewing between Joey and Eddie, Jen and C.J., and Jack and David.

CC TV-PG April 16, 2003 41 minutes
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20. Catch-22

As Eddie surprises Joey with an elaborate end of the school year gift, Pacey's dreams come crashing down on the heels of a favorite stock's meltdown.

CC TV-PG April 23, 2003 43 minutes
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21. Goodbye, Yellow Brick Road

As Pacey struggles to tell Dawson about his costly investment debacle, Jen conspires to enlist her mom in helping Grams face her bout with cancer.

CC TV-PG April 30, 2003 43 minutes
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22. Joey Potter And The Capeside Redemption

With the future of his movie in doubt, Joey rallies their friends to help Dawson finally realize his dream.

CC TV-PG May 7, 2003 43 minutes
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23. All Good Things...

Five years into the future, Dawson and his friends reunite for his mother's wedding in Capeside.

CC TV-PG May 14, 2003 43 minutes
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24. ...Come To An End

As the seriousness of Jen's condition becomes apparent, Dawson and his friends seek to resolve their longstanding differences.

CC TV-PG May 14, 2003 42 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Gregory Prange
Starring James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes
Supporting actors Michelle Williams, Joshua Jackson, Kerr Smith, Busy Philipps, Mary Beth Peil, Oliver Hudson, Megan Gray, Roger Howarth, Sebastian Spence, Jack Osbourne, Ann Lincoln, Sean Dennison, Jeffrey West, Zach Hanner, Brian Lafontaine, P.J. McCarthy, Nina Voltaire, Hal Ozsan
Network Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Producers Tom Kapinos, Drew Matich, Gregory Prange, Cynthia Stegner
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Format: DVD
All good things must come to an end. That sentence, divided in two, was the title of the two-hour series finale of Dawson's Creek, which aired at the end of the show's sixth season, ending a show that helped to bring about the rise of the WB as a television network.

Season six picks up not long after where season five left off, with Joey Potter (Katie Holmes) back at Worthington, Dawson Leery (James Van der Beek) working for a director in Los Angeles, Pacey Witter (Joshua Jackson) returning to the east coast after a summer on the road with his girlfriend Audrey Liddell (Busy Phillips). Jen Lindley (Michelle Williams) and Jack McPhee (Kerr Smith) return for another year at Boston Bay College, and as the season begins, they are both still living with Jen's Grams (Mary Beth Piel).

Things certainly change pretty quickly for a number of the young adults who viewers watched grow up on the creek for the previous five seasons. Joey finds herself involved with a gentleman from one of her classes, who as it turns out, doesn't actually go to school at her college, but simply sits in on the classes, while working at a bar nearby. Of course, Joey ends up working at the bar/restaurant, Hell's Kitchen. Joey's new boyfriend Eddie (guest star Oliver Hudson) eventually heads to California for writer's school, but returns for a few final moments with Joey. Joey and Dawson continue to have a cold spell after their ill-fated hooking early in the season, but come to realize their friendship for each other is something that can't be denied.

Dawson enjoys his experience working with movie director Todd Carr (guest star Hal Oskan) and gets an opportunity to be a director when parts of the movie need to be reshot.
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Season 6 was a giant step up from season 5, particularly in the second half of the season when the show returned to form. Dawson is largely absent the whole season and has totally isolated storylines the majority of time. Things really pick up midway through when Pacey and Joey finally get together again. this is good as Holmes and Jackson have more chemistry together than all the other couples in the show combined. Show #615 "Castaways" is probably the most well written and enjoyable episode of the series run when Joey and Pacey get locked inside a K-Mart overnight. ...The season finale is also an amazing ending. would recommend.
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Ok, so there were admittedly a few flaws - like we barely see Dawson...but by the 6th season his droning on and on and over analysis are a bit annoying anyway. And I miss seeing the Jack/Jen combo as much as before. They work so well together. I liked the new characters. Audrey (introduced in the 5th season) I thought annoying at first, but I really ended up liking her character...though it was disappointing that they made her go crazy (kind of like Andy...hmm...the Dawson's Creek way of getting rid of people - make them go nuts). But Andy really was a sucky actress, where Audrey was not (she was ceaselessly peppy and had the party girl attitude down to a T, but don't we all know people like that?). Eddie I just loved and I thought he and Joey fit really well together. I would have been happy with her ending up with him or w/Pacey - thank God for a good ending!! Overall Dawson's Creek is amazing b/c I have similar situations occur in everyday life where I think "wow, this is SO Dawson's Creek" - every moment is worth it. I only wish there were more seasons...I miss the innocent, sweet Katie Holmes...pre-brainwashing.
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Why do all good things have to come to an end??!! It's not fair!! I am going to miss Dawson's Creek soooo much!! It has been such a big part of my teenage life and the thought of not being able to follow the journeys of Joey, Pacey, Jack, Jen and Dawson makes me sooo upset!! But the final episode was just perfect! All the actors really gave it their all, and I now have a new-found respect for Kerr and Michelle, they really did an amazing job and I still cry everytime I watch their scenes together!

Josh and Katie are always amazing, I love the show so much mostly because I love watching the chemistry they share on screen. I love how they used to go out in real life, it kinda makes watching them more exciting!

The whole season is definatly my second favourite (after Season 3). If Pacey wasn't in the picture I think Eddie would have been a good boyfriend for Joey, but I'm happy to say that Pacey is still very very much in the picture!!!! 'Castaways' has definatly got to be one of my all time favourite episodes!!

It is sooo sad to think that I will never be able to see Josh and Katie act side by side together ever again........here's to praying they bring out 'Dawson's Creek the movie'!! (WISHFUL THINKING, HUH?!)

Special thanks goes out to all the episode writers over the years, thank you so much for creating these wonderful stories for the characters we have grown to love! It's been a great 6 years!
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When the series finale first aired, part of the commercial breaks included vignettes in which a member of the cast would talk about their experience working on "Dawson's Creek". I would have liked those to make the Special Features of this DVD.

Other than that, this series was a treasure to experience when it originally aired, and words cannot express how lovely it is that I can pop in a DVD anytime I want and recapture the experience. Lovely show.
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