Dawson's Creek - The Complete Second Season
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The only bonus feature is a commentary track on the first and last episodes just as with the first season, though executive producer Paul Stupin is by himself rather than accompanied by creator Kevin Williamson. The interplay is missed, but Stupin enthusiastically offers a lot of information about how the cast had become celebrities by the second season and had to juggle other projects, and random details and trivia. Stupin mentions how carefully he selected different pieces of music, which "would become forever part of our show." That's ironic because for this DVD set Stupin himself picked a lot of new music to replace the selections that originally aired, presumably because of the cost involved in securing the rights (a problem for many television DVD releases). A couple of episodes are unaltered, but others have had almost every song replaced. Newcomers to the series probably won't notice, but serious fans may want not want to tape over their VHS cassettes just yet. --David Horiuchi
- 22 episodes on four discs: The Kiss, Crossroads, Alternative Lifestyles, Tamara's Return, Full Moon Rising, The Dance, The All-Nighter, The Reluctant Hero, The Election, High Risk Behavior, Sex She Wrote, Uncharted Waters, His Leading Lady, To Be or Not to Be..., ...That Is the Question, Be Careful What You Wish For, Psychic Friends, A Perfect Wedding, Rest in Peace, Reunited, Ch...ch...ch...changes, Parental Discretion Advised
- Features brand new music selected by the executive producer
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So what are the highlights of this season? Well without giving away too much detail, we witness:
* A tragic death.
* Someone comes out of the closet.
* Pacey finds himself a girlfriend.
* "That" certain teacher returns.
* Jen Lindley switches back to her New York ways.
* Something happens to the Ice House.
* Dawson Leery directs his "Creek Daze" movie.
* The ups and downs of Joey Potter & Dawson Leery's relationship.
...So there you have some wonderful times on the creek. Overall, season two is a great season if you like lots of action and wanna begin to see those high school students grow up in the fictional sleepy town of Capeside! A MUST HAVE FOR HARDCORE DAWSON'S CREEK FANS... Won't regret it!! You'll reminse those sad,happy,funny and emotional times on the creek and of course remember how they coped on growing up..Take a walk down memory lane!
The picture quality is almost as bad as the first season, but the real thing which is going to make me return this dvd is the replaced music. What WB or whoever made the changes obviously does not understand is that the music was a very very important part of the show, and scenes and episodes are connected to certain songs for all the fans. Well not with this DVD.
Why can't Dawsons Creek get the same respect and treatment on DVD that shows like Buffy, or Smallville, or countless other shows get on DVD? Raise the price $10 or $20 - fans will pay it if you make it worthwhile - which its currently is not.
I'm not going to purchase any more seasons of dawson creek until they stop with the cheap crap they are putting out and release a proper DVD set.
Well here it finally is, the complete Second season of Dawson's Creek. This is agruablly the best season the show had. I remember when it was when, for me atleast, Dawson went from an "oh well i missed an episode" to a ... I MISSED ANY EPISODE (followed by a kick to a book). After this season the show lost its executive producer and creator Kevin Williamson, and his leaving can definatly be felt in the later seasons, but im getting ahead of myself. The second season starts right where the first season left of (to the second) and continues to tell the story of the gangs freshman year of Highschool.
The Second season is basically a continuation of the first season with one major difference... the addition of two characters. One character is Andie McPhee and pretty-blonde who hates Pacey, so they naturally become an item. And the other character is Jack McPhee Andies brother, who after a few month becomes Jen's best friend. These characters has a diffent effect on the show, and Jack stays for the remander of the series, while Andie sticks around for a few years.
This is a teen soap, so it would be pretty hard to explain the story-line of an entire season but I will try... Dawson and Joey go out until Joey realizes that she wants to find herself, and breaks up with DAwson, but then starts to go out with Jack until he realizes he is Gay, then joey floots until she wants to get back together with DAwson but won't because he helped put her father back in Jail. Pacey meets a girl, that he falls inlove with, but who has problems nobody could foresee. Jen becomes an drunk outcast that only sobbers up when her friend Abby is killed. And Dawson just floats as usually, trying to figure out what to do about his parents.Read more ›