Episode 17, “Cinderella Story”: Joey’s fling with college boy A. (Robin Dunne) comes to an end when she realizes he’s actually in love with someone else.
She calls Pacey to pick her up from the station, prompting him to make Joey analyze her feelings for him.
Episodes 23 and 24, “All Good Things…” and “…Must come to an End”: The series finale of “Dawson’s Creek” time-jumps five years so that everyone is really an adult now.
Dawson is the showrunner of a popular TV show called “The Creek” (go figure).
It’s also a good setup for how Joey and Pacey start off hating each other — except for one episode.
Episode 17, “Sex and Violence”: Joey needs some extra cash, so Pacey hires her as his secretary, but she’s actually awful at it.Most importantly, Grams (Mary Beth Peil) drops some very important knowledge about how to tell when you really love someone — when you can spend all night sitting by the fire, watching them sleep.You can take a guess how Pacey spends that evening.While “Dawson’s Creek” has been taken off Netflix Instant, all episodes are available on Amazon Instant Video, and a box set of the entire series can be yours for just over .So grab the popcorn and tissues and set sail with True Love. preoccupied with sexy new neighbor Jen Lindley (Michelle Williams) to notice that his best friend, Joey, is in love with him.