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  • The only problem is that you never know how the DVD is going to be set up
  • Even though I was an adult when the series came out and subsequently, the DVD boxed set, I still enjoyed watching the teenagers on the series toss around their rather high class dialect and banter

    • by Dawn Hawkins
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      Dawson’s Creek DVD Series Seasons 1 Through 6

      Dawson’s Creek was a television series from the late 1990’s to the early part of the 2000’s. It covered a vast array of topics that spread awareness among teenagers of the time frame. Looking back on the series now as a mother of adult children rather than a mother with teenage children, I see why that series was so important then and how it can still speak volumes to teenagers around the world about teen topics.

      The DVD collection itself is fairly good. The only problem is that you never know how the DVD is going to be set up. For instance, in one season, you might find that the Menu items are hard to navigate but in the next season they have made it much easier


      to only return to the difficult menu set up on the next season. There doesn’t seem to be any rhyme or reason to it. It doesn’t matter that much but it is something notable about the DVD collection of the television series of Dawson’s Creek.

      This television series brings back many good memories of my family sitting around the television set to see what would happen with Dawson and Joey each week. We cheered them on and cried with them when the topic warranted it. We even became outraged at some of the things that happened on the show. It was a very enlightening series and having it preserved on DVD to watch at any time helps as a reminder that even in the fairy tale like setting of Capeside, kids have problems.


      • It shows kids that life is never perfect, no matter where you live. That is one reason that many people, once teenagers who watched the show and once parents of teenagers who watched the show, are purchasing the DVD box set.

        The Dawson’s Creek series itself was a wonderful series for teenagers. The only problem that I see with the series overall is that the adults in the lives of the teenagers is fairly non-existent and would not occur in most scenarios as it was with Dawson’s Creek. At times, I felt as though I was watching a much more sophisticated version of Charlie Brown. There were adults in Dawson’s Creek but most of them were fairly hands off. The teenagers were able to get involved in a vast number of things because

        quite honestly the adult factor was sorely missing in the series. Sure, Dawson’s father gave advice every now and then and Jen’s Grams was fairly prominent throughout the series, there lacked what would be considered by any standards, normal adult/teen interaction. In other words, I felt the series had a lot to offer in the way of helping teenagers deal with whatever teen angst they may be feeling. What it does not offer is any good solutions for parents to help their children along through the teenage years. That could be cause the series was meant to help teenagers and not adults. Even though I was an adult when the series came out and subsequently, the DVD boxed set, I still enjoyed watching the teenagers on the series toss around their rather high class dialect and banter.




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