With the end of the semester, Joey and Audrey pack their things and move out of their dorm room. Professor Wilder also says goodbye to Joey before he tells her that he has decided to leave Worthington to try writing novels again. In Capeside, while Audrey hangs out with Dawson, Joey decides to visit her dad in prison, only to find out he was released on parole four months ago. Meanwhile, Dawson receives a phone call from their agent saying that some big producer in Hollywood wants to make something out of their film. But Dawson doesn't know how to break the news to Oliver, whom he has barely spoken since their trip to New York. Alex is still ruling the Civilization like the devil-in-person and fires a waitress. Fed up with Alex, Pacey takes the opportunity of a meeting with investment executives to protest her employment tactics, which pushes her over the edge. Also, Jen and Jack decide to take an adventurous vacation in Costa Rica, but Grams tells Jen that her parents have invited ...
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Two scenes were cut: Audrey joins Joey and Bessie on some patio chairs in front of the Potter B&B. Audrey thinks Capeside is so nice that she asks Joey why she's always complaining about it, Joey explains that Audrey doesn't get it because she's just a visitor without the long sordid history of a Capeside resident. Audrey tells Joey that at least she gets to enjoy her baggage on a beautiful creek. Dawson shows Audrey around Capeside. She says that living in L.A. people only think that towns like Capeside exists in the movies, Dawson says that living in a town like Capeside people think L.A. exists only in dreams. Audrey then goes on to say that she still has fantasies about having someone like Pacey say all the right things and sweeping her away. The scene ends with Audrey asking "God, it sounds so pathetic, doesn't it?" and Dawson replies with "See that fountain?" (an in-joke to "Creek" fans who know that Pacey suffered a humiliating experience at that exact same fountain when he found out that a popular girl agreed to go out with him only because she thought he was dying).
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