Dawson’s Creeek Season 6 Episode 601 The Kids Are Alright  » TV  »
3.0
1 votes
Are you familiar with this?
Feel free to rate it!
  • I love this show, but there are still parts of it that annoy me
  • And his character unique and entertaining and the dynamic between Dawson and Todd is one of the best character interactions in the whole season
  • But I think that, the later is true because this episode seems to reveal something to the audience in a way that is seems fresh and open

    • by Caramia Rae
      TRUSTWORTHY

      all reviews
      The Kids Are Alright, episode 601, opens in almost a way you’d expect this to the be last season because there is a montage at the beginning of the episode of all the characters. I love this show, but there are still parts of it that annoy me. One of the things is the way the relationship between Pacey and Audrey starts to fall apart. It’s just done to abruptly.

      And the British roommate that comes into the show in the last season seems to be more of a plot device, than an actual character. It doesn’t work very well in the way the other characters interact with each other and the way the British roommate, Emma, interacts


      with the other characters.

      It’s a little to predictable for Pacey and Emma to have this type of banter in the beginning. This is the type of relationship he always has with girls, so it allude to some foreshadowing of what maybe to come.

      However, Todd Karr, the director who works with Dawson joins the show and he is a fantastic addition! His character adds an amount or clever, humor and tension to the show. And his character unique and entertaining and the dynamic between Dawson and Todd is one of the best character interactions in the whole season.

      The other new character who joins the show is Joey’s new professor, Hudson. He is Joey’s mentor for the season, but this professor adds a ...


      • high level of conflict and challenge for Joey. His character is one of those annoying, jerky-type character you love to hate. And Hudson is one of those. But his character also adds a level of humor to the show.

        And last but not least, there is the hook-up between Dawson and Joey, after six seasons! We finally get to see Joey and Dawson hook-up. All the back and forth between the two of them seems to be gone in the first episode, but even when it all seems right. Something between them just doesn’t feel right. This episode maybe the first episode through the whole series where the relationship between Dawson and Joey finally becomes clear and starts to make sense. For

        the first, be real as opposed of all the high levels of dramas.

        Maybe when the writers were writing this episode they, started to fully understand what the relationship of Joey and Dawson was all about and were it would go. Cause there is a sense of clarity in this episode, that isn’t in any of the previous ones, or maybe not, maybe they always knew.

        But I think that, the later is true because this episode seems to reveal something to the audience in a way that is seems fresh and open. And like the writers, themselves have been trying to figure out the relationship of Joey and Dawson, just as much the characters. That there is more going on here than just a plot.




    • Don't Be Nice. Be Helpful.

    The review was published as it's written by reviewer in June, 2011. The reviewer certified that no compensation was received from the reviewed item producer, trademark owner or any other institution, related with the item reviewed. The site is not responsible for the mistakes made. 1030061502930530/k2311a0630/6.30.11
    Your use of this website constitutes acceptance of the Terms & Conditions
    Privacy Policy