Dawson's Creek

Season 5 Episode 11

Something Wild

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Jan 16, 2002 on The WB
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Joey and Audrey go to a nightclub to celebrate both Joey's grades and fall break. There, Audrey tries to convince Joey to have some real fun. Charlie is also there and he hits on Joey, who turns him down for what he did to Jen. But Charlie doesn't give up so easily and dares Joey to do something wild. She accepts the dare and goes on the stage to sing with the band. Excited about it, she kisses Charlie. Meanwhile, Pacey sees himself hanging out with Audrey after he joins the ladies at the club to celebrate his new promotion. And Dawson and Jen go back to Capeside, where they have their first fight over what Dawson will do with his life. At the end he decides to move in to Grams' attic in Boston and move on with his life.moreless

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  • Audrey, Joey, and Pacey go to a night club and Joey shows her wild side. Dawson takes Jen home for the break.

    9.0
    There's not too much drama in this episode, but there's a lot of excitement. I'm guessing this is Winter Break, or Christmas Break. Pacey shows up at Joey's door, brings her back to Boston in his new car, and when they get to the dorms, there's Audrey. I love how Joey get's an A in every class. Audrey and Joey go to a nightclub where Charlie's band is playing. Charlie decides to flirt with Joey until she tells him about Jen. I love how witty Joey is. I also love the wild streak in Joey. I love that she sings in front of everyone and her singing has improved since the last time she sang. I also love how she just kissed Charlie for no reason. I also love how she threatens Charlie to not tell anyone. I like how Audrey and and Pacey have a moment. And I like that Pacey's dad said he was proud of him. Dawson takes Jen back to Capeside for the some vacation time. Dawson was so rude to Jen, but I love how they made up in the end. I am glad that Dawson decided to go back to school. I give this episode a 9/10.moreless
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

Andrew Hamrick

Andrew Hamrick

Cute Guy

Guest Star

Ken Marino

Ken Marino

Professor David Wilder

Recurring Role

Busy Philipps

Busy Philipps

Audrey Liddell

Recurring Role

Chad Michael Murray

Chad Michael Murray

Charlie Todd

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Goof: Joey makes fun of Charlie referring to him as the "Bass player to take home to mom", but later in the episode we see Charlie playing either electric lead or electric rhythm but not bass.

  • QUOTES (14)

    • Pacey: I am a firm believer that things happen for a reason and things have a wonderful habit of working themselves out regardless of how you may plan them to the contrary...

    • (Lying together in front of a fire)
      Jen: So when do you think the fun stops in a healthy relationship?
      Dawson: I have no idea, but I think we're going to have a blast finding out.

    • (Joey talking to a guy Audrey grabbed for her in a bar.)
      Joey: You know, uh, I'd love to make out with you but until my tongue completely heals I just think it's too risky.

    • Dawson: Jen do you think that living under the same roof is going to screw everything up?
      Jen: Not if you quickly learn to deal with the toilet seat.

    • (Talking to Dawson)
      Jen: It's so weird how things work out. For years living right next door to each other, but we had to move away to a different city to get together.

    • Gale: Dawson, until you can start waking up everyday and thinking about yourself, I don't think you're ever going to be able to be in a relationship, go to school and begin the life that you deserve to have.

    • Joey: Ok. I'm an excessive freak, I freely admit it; there is no hope for me.
      Pacey: That's not true. There is a part of you that knows how to let loose, you just have to let her loose every once in a while.

    • Audrey: Tell me something. Does this sort of thing usually work with the ladies?
      Pacey: What sort of thing?
      Audrey: The 'if I'm this passionate about the sensual art of cooking, imagine how good I am in bed' thing?
      Pacey: Mm hmm.
      Audrey: Imagine how good you'd do if you actually trimmed your nails.

    • Audrey: I am so perfect for this job. I'm basically just gonna have dinner with lots of fun, new people every night.
      Pacey: No, the job is to bring them dinner, not date them.

    • Audrey: That can't be the same girl that sleeps in my room! Who is that girl?!
      Pacey: That is "other Joey."

    • Audrey: Come on, Joey. That guy is gorgeous.
      Joey: Ok, he's gorgeous and... familiar.
      (She realizes that it's Charlie)
      Audrey: We have to plot some smart, subtle way for you to meet him.
      Joey: How about I go up to him and say, "Aren't you Charlie, the guy who dicked over Jen?"
      Audrey: That's Charlie? Charlie the jerk?
      Joey: In the flesh.

    • Audrey: You wanna know why else I love pool? Because the chalk matches my eye shadow! How cute is that?

    • Joey: So tell me. Does this sort of thing actually work?
      Charlie: I wouldn't know. I'm not like the rest of these pre-epoch Neanderthals in this place.
      Joey: No?
      Charlie: I've never done this before.
      Joey: Really?
      Charlie: Yeah.
      Joey: So, you must've used a different tact with Jen Lindley, huh?
      Charlie: Hmm. Joey, the smart girl from Worthington.
      Joey: Charlie, womanizer from Boston Bay.

    • Bessie: Come on, Joey. When's the last time you did something wild?
      Joey: I'm wild quite frequently.
      Bessie: Letting your hair air-dry doesn't count.
      Joey: I'll run with the scissors later, ok?

  • NOTES (2)

    • Music featured in the episode included:
      Spit It Out by Cara Jones
      Girl Daredevil by Bomb Pops
      Double Dutch by Iffy
      DWWYU by Linda M.
      Jessie's Girl by Feel Love Fury
      What The Hell by Feel Love Fury
      Son Of A Preacher Man by Busy Philipps / Feel Love Fury
      Right Place by Lava Baby
      In My Room by Moxie
      Devoted by Julie Plug
      I Want You To Want Me by Katie Holmes / Feel Love Fury
      Lure And Cast by Rebecca Gates
      Sins by Glen Echo
      Shadows by Our Man Paul
      Taxi by Red Chord

    • Although featured in the opening credits, Kerr Smith does not appear in this episode.

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