Dawson's therapist advises him to go to New Hampshire (where his documentary film of Arthur Brooks is being honored) and take a friend with him since he's been feeling so estranged from them. He takes Jen (who gets heartbroken after finding out that Charlie is trying to reconcile with his other girlfriend, Nora, and not her) and they pretend to be a couple, getting a very romantic honeymoon suite. Meanwhile, Jack brings Joey and Audrey to a frat party and Joey finds out they're only there for the fraternity brothers to score with them. Also, Pacey takes Karen on a non-romantic date and they accidentally sleep together, in which she reacts confused, quits her job, and hits the road.
Did You Know?
On Dawson's documentary of A.I. Brooks, the closing title card reads that Mr. Brooks lived from 1930 to 2001. See more
Four scenes where cut from episode:
- While on a date with Joey and Audrey at a party thrown by his fraternity, Jack advices his frat brother Eric to go easy on the stories about his sexual prowess and to just be himself.
- Joey tells Audrey that they should leave the party because Audrey was only invited due to the fact that the fraternity percieved her as a "slut." When Audrey hears this she gets angry and punches her drunken date Eric.
- At a film festival party in New Hampshire, Dawson and Jen have a silent and romantic slow dance with each other.
- Pacey takes Karen to a fancy restaurant where Karen suspects that it's his idea of a date, he reassures her that it's not a date and they're just out as friends. He plans to bribe the restaurant's maitre d' into giving them a table but his plan ends up backfiring when he only gives the maitre d' a five dollar bill.
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References The Hotel New Hampshire