Dawson’s Creek Season 6 Episode 602 The Song Remains the Same  » TV  »
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  • Except, Dawson and Joey, unfortunately, their character, “Remain the Same,” as the title of the episode says
  • And in my opinion, this episode just goes to show, what is true of the storyline between Dawson and Joey, that they are not right for each other, that they are not meant to be together

    • by Caramia Rae
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      The Song Remains the Same, Episode 602, opens with Joey and Dawson in bed, kissing after a night of love-making. And then when Joey wakes up Dawson is walking in with coffee and roses that he picked for her. It’s a really sweet scene, but there is something that feels so off about these two being together and the concept of them as soul-mates, in this episode starts to reveal just how much of a fairytale this is. And how it is not real, how the love story is not going to last and start to

      see a glimpse of how it’s not meant to last.

      Jen meets a guy who wants her to help people, to join a peer counseling group. CJ’s character is brought into shake Jen up, but the dynamic between these two is irritating because he is a bit of a jerk to her and she allows him to be. When Jen had been once such a strong character in season 5 with the guy who she dated and then dumped, it’s a disappointment that her character gets so easily swayed by him.

      Pacey begins a career in stock-broking ...


      • and has the worst hair cut of all six years. He also has this dreadful facial hair. His character fits the sleezy type, that it is not long before he becomes. This episode, sort of sets up all the characters for what seems like a fall, but at the same time, it also sets up the character in a way where they are all acting very out of character from who they had been up until season six.

        Except, Dawson and Joey, unfortunately, their character, “Remain the Same,” as the title of the episode says.

        And after Joey finds out the Dawson had a girlfriend. He broke up with her the morning after, but it doesn’t change the fact Joey is upset and Dawson gets angry. And they break up, before they are ever really together.

        And in my opinion, this episode just goes to show, what is true of the storyline between Dawson and Joey, that they are not right for each other, that they are not meant to be together.

        And we get introduced to Joey’s soon to be new love interest, Eddie. I guess, Dawson and Joey, just aren’t meant to be.




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