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 grandfather, Jen debates her own future after figuring out that Dawson and Joey are now a couple. Also, Mitch doubts the future of his marriage with Gayle when he goes to see a divorce lawyer.
Did You Know?
The episode starts off with Joey and Dawson kissing as in the season finale. James Van Der Beek cut his hair during the hiatus and was wearing hair extensions for the remainder of the scene. See more
Boom mic visible in the top of the frame when Dawson's mother is calling her husband a liar at 36:10. See more
The way I see it, the second kiss is always tougher then the first one.
We actually kissed more than once that night.
Yeah, but it only counts as one, and that first kiss? It's the passionate one. It's the one fueled by desire and attraction and all that. Well, the second kiss is rational. You've got time to think about it, to worry and overanalyze. Most women, they prefer that first kiss... but I'm partial to the second one because it's about something more. You'll get that second kiss, Joey, ...
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