Dawson's Creek

Season 6 Episode 18

Love Bites

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Apr 09, 2003 on The WB

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  • Trivia

    • Goof: When Jen and Grams are talking, Jen pours herself a glass of juice and the fridge behind her is open. In the next shot of her, the fridge is closed and the jug of juice has disappeared. It wasn't long enough between shots to put the juice back in the fridge, close it and get back to where she was standing.

    • At the end of the episode, Joey takes a taxi from Boston to Eddie's house, and the cab leaves as she walks up to the front door. She doesn't know if Eddie is home so it doesn't sound logical to dismiss the taxi until she finds out.

  • Quotes

    • Joey: Eddie, you walked away.
      Eddie: I came back.
      Joey: I moved on.

    • (To Harley)
      Joey: I swear to keep my Mrs. Robinson claws off your boyfriend.

    • Pacey: (To Patrick) Hobbit, at least I can grow facial hair.
      Patrick: (Pointing to the side of his face) What do you call this?
      Pacey: Lint!

    • Joey: Hey. Ooh.
      Pacey: Yeah, I know. Kids today, huh?
      Joey: That damn rap music.
      Pacey: And those baggy pants. Even with the damage to my unsuspecting eardrum.

  • Notes

    • Spanish title: Pedazos de Amor, meaning Love Bits.

    • Music featured in the episode included:
      Paper Umbrella by Shamra
      Chevy Malibu by The Dingees
      Round And Round by Bob Schneider
      Goodbye by Nancy Weisler
      She Will Return by Ballistic Edna
      Just Another by Pete Yorn
      The Blower's Daughter by Damien Rice

    • Kerr Smith (Jack McPhee) and Busy Philipps (Audrey Liddell) don't appear in this episode, although they are featured in the opening credits.

  • Allusions

    • The episode title, Love Bites, is a song by a band popular in the 80's, Def Leppard.

    • Pacey: (To Patrick) Hobbit, at least I can grow facial hair.

      In J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium, Hobbits are a diminutive race that inhabit the lands of Middle-earth.

    • Joey: I swear to keep my Mrs. Robinson claws off your boyfriend.

      This is the second episode that makes a reference to the character of Mrs. Robinson from the movie The Graduate . The first episode in which a reference to it was made was in Pilot.

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