Dawson's Creek

Season 6 Episode 17

Sex and Violence

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Apr 02, 2003 on The WB
8.5
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Sex and Violence
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Joey agrees to be Pacey's temporary assistant but their mutual jealousy leads to disaster in the office. Dawson sells his idea for a coming-of-age movie, but when the studio wants to change it to a teen sex film, he must decide whether to stick with his original concept.moreless

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  • Joey becomes Pacey's secretary. Dawson has a movie idea, and has to impress the studio. C.J. and Jen get into a fight.

    8.5
    Pretty good episode! Joey shows up at Pacey work place, and is asked to be Pacey's secretary. I love how she poured the milk on that reporter. I love even more how Pacey and Joey went from fighting to making out. I hated the ending though, when Eddie showed up. I mean, I like Eddie, but I love Pacey and Joey even more. Dawson has a movie idea, but he makes changes to it improve the studio. I actually though all those ideas were funny. But good for Dawson for wanting to make the movie his own. But it's too bad the studio wasn't interested. Jen and C.J. get into a fight. I love how Grams makes it all better and peaceful. I give this episode a 8.5/10.moreless
  • During spring break Joey fills in for Pacey's secretary, who has just been fired by Rich.

    8.4
    Joey fills in for Pacey when Pacey needs a new secretary with hilarious results. Pacey get jealous when the other guys in the office show her some attention and she gets jealous when an attractive reporter flirts with Pacey. Their fight and make up is one of the best in tv history!
James Van Der Beek

James Van Der Beek

Dawson Leery

Katie Holmes

Katie Holmes

Josephine "Joey" Potter

Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams

Jennifer "Jen" Lindley

Joshua Jackson

Joshua Jackson

Pacey J. Witter

Kerr Smith

Kerr Smith

Jack McPhee (recurring Season 2)

Mary Beth Peil

Mary Beth Peil

Evelyn "Grams" Ryan

Paul Gleason

Paul Gleason

Larry Newman

Guest Star

Sarah Shahi

Sarah Shahi

Sadia Shaw

Guest Star

Jill Jackson

Jill Jackson

Marcy

Guest Star

Oliver Hudson

Oliver Hudson

Eddie Dooling

Recurring Role

Johnny Alonso

Johnny Alonso

Broker Johnny

Recurring Role

Nicole Bilderback

Nicole Bilderback

Heather Tracy

Recurring Role

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • When Joey and Pacey are arguing in his office, Joey's hair changes from being split in two strands hanging off both sides of her face to being tucked behind her ears, even though during the entire time Joey's arms have been supporting her as she leans forward on Pacey's desk.

    • Goof: When Joey hands the reporter a cup of coffee in Pacey's office, the cup is obviously empty. It tilts noticeably to one side because it is light and lacks any fluid.

    • Goof: When Pacey and Joey start kissing in Pacey's office, her hair is tied up on top of her head. However, when they turn and fall on the couch, Joey's hair is completely loose. No one undid her hair at no point during this transition.

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Pacey: I wouldn't have arrived that far if I had you 5 feet away from me, or 25 feet for what matters, because every time I look at you there's only one thing I want to do.
      Joey: Do tell?
      (Pacey kisses her)

    • (After Joey throws the coffee over the reporter)
      Joey: It was an accident.
      Pacey: An accident? Really? Why do I find this so hard to believe?
      Joey: You better get going. You don't want to miss your fifteen minutes of fame.

    • Pacey: You forgot to make the coffee this morning.
      Joey: You were a chef, you know how to make it.

    • Heather: What's my point?
      Dawson: I don't know.
      Heather: My point is, if you want to make a movie with us, find a way to tell your story while still appealing to the lowest common denominator. Pitch Larry the same thing you pitched to me but throw in a stripper, a three way or like an affair with a teacher or something.
      Dawson: I can do that.

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Heather: My point is, if you want to make a movie with us, find a way to tell your story while still appealing to the lowest common denominator. Pitch Larry the same thing you pitched to me but throw in a stripper, a three way or like an affair with a teacher or something.
      Dawson: I can do that.


      This is an allusion the affair that Pacey had with Ms. Jacobs. Dawson's script is a story of his life and that story is one he is very familiar with.

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