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Part One: It's five years later and Dawson, Joey, Pacey, Jen and Jack are reunited in Capeside for Dawsons mom's wedding. But the celebratory mood comes to an end when they receive some heartbreaking news.
Part Two: As the gang faces a future more uncertain than ever before, Joey struggles to come to terms with her true feelings for Dawson, Pacey and her current boyfriend. When she finally does, she surprises everyone with her decision.
With its series-finale episode, Dawson's Creek summed up its six-year run on the WB Network with a sweet and sad tale of reunion and farewell for old friends, soul mates, and lovers. The friends are now 25 and living new lives: Dawson (James Van Der Beek) is in Hollywood executive-producing The Creek, obviously based on his own life and considered "the new hit teen soap at the WB"; Joey (Katie Holmes) is a book editor in New York with a serious beau; Jen (Michelle Williams) is a single mother; Pacey (Joshua Jackson) is now the relatively respectable owner of the reborn Icehouse Restaurant; and Jack (Kerr Smith) is teaching at the high school and struggling with his relationship. A wedding brings everyone together in Capeside, but tragedy strikes, and the remaining friends are left to consider their lives and what they want to do with them. Whether or not you agree with the final choices, of course, probably depends on who you've been rooting for.
The extended cut of the finale runs 104 minutes, about 16 longer than when it was broadcast in May 2003. Unlike deleted scenes on movie DVDs, each addition seems like a useful part of the story, and the DVD borrows a helpful feature from the Lord of the Rings extended editions by designating on the chapter menu which scenes are new or extended. Some differences are minor, but there are significant new scenes with Joey at work, Joey and her boyfriend (Jeremy Sisto of Six Feet Under), Joey and Dawson's reunion in Capeside, and Pacey's conversation with old flame Andie (Meredith Monroe).
As they did for two episodes of Dawson's Creek: The Complete First Season, creator Kevin Williamson (who co-wrote the finale) and executive producer Paul Stubin provide a commentary track in which they discuss the new scenes and which characters were originally intended to end up together. There are also four scenes that were filmed for the original pilot presentation (not the finished pilot shown in season one) then reshot. There's a small but important difference in the last scene, Pacey meets Tamara Jacobs in a different video store, and Dawson's dad is played by a different actor before the role was recast with John Wesley Shipp. --David Horiuchi
I wanted to but the finale season ans its only thé two last épisode of thé last season really notre clear it was a waste of moneyPublished 13 months ago by Client Amazon
Being a movie collector I am very fussy which I order usually from seeing previews. I enjoy watching the many hours of entertainment.Published on May 29 2013 by Sharon Johnson
good product cd itself is clean no scratches at all just the packaging is a little bit old :) it's ok at least i complete my collections thanks :)Published on May 27 2013 by Leahbabe
This series will always hold a special place in my heart. We can all relate to these characters and the story line at some point. The series finally is perfectly done. Read morePublished on April 11 2013 by Katrina Ethier
the description was confusing... i thought this was an add on to the already complete series..... so i have two copies of the last two episodes now. NOT IMPRESSEDPublished on Feb. 22 2013 by jennifer charman
I used to watch this show in my early teens and purchased this and for the price it was exactly what i was looking for...nostalgia.Published on Dec 26 2012 by Tiffany
I enjoyed this season finale, but I was bothered by the lack of a complete romantic scene between Joey and Pacey. Read morePublished on Feb. 13 2007 by Moya37
All in all, the series finale for Dawson's Creek is quite satisfying. Excellent performances, interesting storylines/scenarios, suspense, sheer conflict and resolution. Read morePublished on May 18 2004 by dwatson82