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After all is said and done by Kilby

Rated: T (PG-13) • 0 Reviews
Summary: What if Joey was more hurt than she was willing to admit when she saw Dawson and Eve together at the Homecoming pep rally? What if Pacey looked to heal his wounds after he let Andie go? How do new-found friends quickly cross the lines to something more when they're just looking to ease their pain?

7.07 - Lose Your Way by Renae, Jessica, Christy

Rated: T (PG-13) • 0 Reviews
Summary: Joey gets a promotion at work and is thrown a cocktail party to celebrate her success. Not feeling well, she asks Dawson to take her home, which ultimately leads her to make a surprising confession. A normal day for Jack is interrupted by a crisis involving Amy, which could have disastrous results. Meanwhile, Pacey is enjoying his new job in New Orleans but after a night in town with his boss, he is starting to reconsider certain things he has done in the past. Back in NY city, Samantha and Ethan's relationship continues to grow.

7.06 - Harvest Moon by Elyse, Jessica, Renae, Paul

Rated: T (PG-13) • 0 Reviews
Summary: Dawson and Joey throw a Halloween party in New York for family and friends. Jack and Doug join the party after deciding that they need a breather from the stresses of daily life. Two masked party goers play a game of cat and mouse, a game that ends with a surprise neither expected. Everyone's night of fun turns frightening when it appears that the party has been invaded by an uninvited guest.

7.04 - What Can Never Be by BeatrizRC, Eden, Elyse

Rated: T (PG-13) • 0 Reviews
Summary: Dawson is getting used to his new place in New York and is full of expectations, anticipating the moment he can start working in the new project. Pacey and Joey ultimately face the state of their romantic relationship, making a resolution about it. Meanwhile in Capeside, Jack and Grams confronts Jen's mother about her intentions with Amy.

7.05 - Taking Chances by Anne, Karen, Paula

Rated: K+ (PG) • 0 Reviews
Summary: Dawson starts his new life in New York but his newly renewed dynamic with Joey is broken when someone enters the picture sooner than expected. Pacey is getting adjusted to his new life in New Orleans and is pleasantly surprised when an old friend shows up at the end of the day. Meanwhile, Jack is in the Big Apple meeting some interesting people willing to help him with custody battle for Amy.

7.03 - Ready For A Fall by BeatrizRC, Eden, Christy, Kimberley, Renae

Rated: K+ (PG) • 0 Reviews
Summary: Joey attends a social gathering with co-workers and Pacey is still fighting with problems at The Icehouse. Meanwhile, Dawson has the opportunity to help Samantha further her career as he prepares himself to moveto New York. Jack decides to take action and visits a lawyer about his parental rights and an unexpected guest shows up at his door.

7.02 - What Lies Beneath by Eden, Deb, Shelly

Rated: K+ (PG) • 0 Reviews
Summary: In the second half of the season premiere, Dawson and Joey part in Los Angeles, resuming their lives on separate coasts; Joey comes home to some unexpected and disturbing news while Dawson spends a night out with co-workers. Pacey seeks advice from his family on his career opportunity; Doug and Jack contemplate the idea of co-habitating.

7.01 - The Way Things Are by BeatrizRC, Deb, Jessica

Rated: K+ (PG) • 0 Reviews
Summary: The threads of their lives draw apart and weave together in new and familiar patterns in this season of Dawson's Creek. In the first half of the season premiere, Joey visits Dawson and observes his ascent in Hollywood firsthand and Dawson's filmmaking dreams become a reality; while Pacey reaches a crossroads in his career and personal life. In Capeside, Jack and Doug struggle with parenthood and the beautiful legacy that Jen has left behind.

Destiny by JoeyPotter16

Rated: K+ (PG) • 2 Reviews
Summary: Wie es nach der Episode (Coda) hätte weitergehen können.

Decisions by JoeyPotter16

Rated: T (PG-13) • 0 Reviews
Summary: Dawson bekommt überraschend Besuch, von wem könnt ihr euch ja sicher denken.