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Episode 165 – His Leading Lady

We all deal with personal strife in different ways.  Personally my different ways are all “vodka”, but the kids on the creek have their own methods.  Joey likes to paint, Dawson makes movies, and Andie retreats into her own personal hell, from which only a strong cocktail of meds can pull her back from the brink.  That and a strapping young boy in a velour track suit. This week we dive deep into these characters’ strife, and their coping methods.  We also meet Devon, the sexy tomboy actress whom Dawson casts to play the role of the young lady who has become the source of all his teenaged angst.  In an effort to get into character, Devon stirs up a whole mess of trouble between Dawson and Joey, which sucks for them, but is sweet nectar to us, the viewing audience.   Cameos, angst, nudity, this is a good one folks.  Also Tobygate 2017 continues in this week’s Email From Mike, so please join us! Theme by Sound of Days. Please visit our sponsors The Memes of Production and use the code “CREEK” for 10% off your order. http://media.blubrry.com/creekoftheweek/p/content.blubrry.com/creekoftheweek/CotW_165-2x13_1.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Episode 164 – The Anti Prom III

There comes a time in every podcast, in which the hosts watch a randomly selected episode of their favorite TV show (I know… so many), where you have to say goodbye to an old favorite.  Today is the day.  It is our third and final viewing of The Anti Prom.  Unless we decide we want to viewer’s-choice it later or something.  Quick recap:  Dawson Loves Joey, Pacey loves Joey, Joey doesn’t know who she loves, and Barbara Johns loves homophobia.  So when Jack learns that he can’t bring his would-be boyfriend to the school prom, Dawson selflessly steps up and offers to host an anti-prom at his parents restaurant.  However, we know that Season 3 Dawson does nothing selflessly, and that it’s all a con to impress Joey.  What a snake.  Anyway it’s a classic episode with one of the most-tumblred moments of the series.  There’s also tribute to fallen rock stars and listener emails. So get all up in it with us, won’t you? Theme by Sound of Days. Visit our sponsors The Memes of Production and use the code “CREEK” for 10% off! http://media.blubrry.com/creekoftheweek/p/content.blubrry.com/creekoftheweek/CotW_164-3x22_3_1_.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Episode 163 – Separation Anxietwo

It’s been a bummer week, and we’ve got a bummer episode.  Separation anxiety is the one that takes place immediately after promicide.  Meaning Pay-Jo have split, Gretchen is about to split, and Grams is bankrupting herself to put Jen through school.  On the bright side, this is two season 4 episodes in a row.  Two eps with Drue, and Gretchen, and it contains some of our favorite moments with Jack, and Jen/Grams.  So sweep all the bad news aside, plug us in your ears, and let to us make juvenile penis jokes, and stream-of-consciousness ramblings directly into your brain.  Please.  We need this. Theme by Sound of Days. Visit our sponsors The Memes of Production and use the promo code “CREEK” for 10% your order. http://media.blubrry.com/creekoftheweek/p/content.blubrry.com/creekoftheweek/CotW_163-4x21_2.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Episode 162 – The Two of Dawson

Lao Tzu once wrote: ““A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving.” I don’t know what that means, but it would look great in fancy script over a heavily filtered picture of a pretty girl’s back as she leads the cameraman by the hand into the sunset.  Lao Tzu also got a writing credit on this week’s episode, The Tao of Dawson.  It’s true, look it up.  Anyway, this week finds us with 3 story arcs.  Big D is digging on Gretchen hard, and he’s learning the best way to get them digits, is to do nothing.  Pacey meanwhile is escorting Gretchen to her old college haunt to pick up her truck, and comes face to face with her ex-wig model, whom he learns is a bit of a douche.  The C story is that Joey and Drue get trapped in a closet overnight and surprisingly don’t fall in love.  Jack’s around to offer advice, and Jen is off doing molly at a Phish concert, so she unfortunately does not appear in this episode.  We also read an email from Mike, and dramatically interpret movie reviews from 2002.  You won’t want to miss it. Theme by Sound of Days. Visit our sponsors The Memes of Production and use the promo code “CREEK” for 10% off your order. http://media.blubrry.com/creekoftheweek/p/content.blubrry.com/creekoftheweek/CotW_162-4x11_2.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Episode 161 – 100 Light Years From Home

  Hello Creek of the Weeklings!   The great Stupin, in his infinite wisdom, decided to make the centennial episode of Dawson’s Creek a vacation ep, heavily promoting another WB TV show, and who are we to say if that was a good or bad idea?  Whatever the case, the episode may be dumb, but it’s just dumb good fun, that breaks up the boredom of most of season 5.  Basically Pacey, Jack, Jen, Joey, and Audrey are heading down to Audrey’s parent’s vacation home in Florida for some fun in the sun, while Dawson is doing something boring with Oliver.  Audrey and Pacey fight, Charlie shows up unannounced, and Jack spends the weekend hammered out of his gourd.  Meanwhile Oliver convinces Dawson to chase after the object of his desires (Joey) because he doesn’t realize the toxic nature of their relationship.  I’m doing a bad job of describing it, but just listen and it will make sense.  Trust me, have I ever steered you wrong? Don’t answer that. Theme by Sound of Days. Visit our sponsors The Memes of Production and use the promo code “CREEK” for 10% off your order. http://media.blubrry.com/creekoftheweek/p/content.blubrry.com/creekoftheweek/CotW_161-5x19_1.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...