Dawson's Creek
Set in a small coastal town near Boston called Capeside, Dawson's Creek tells the story of four teenagers as they struggle through adolescence. This is particularly true for 15-year-olds Dawson Leery (James Van Der Beek), an introspective dreamer and Joey Potter (Katie Holmes), a precocious tomboy unaware of her beauty. Best friends since childhood, they are about to enter that confusing time in life where nothing is the way it was and nothing is as it seems.

EPISODE 2.17: Reunited - FOLLOW YOUR HEART - Dawson's confidence as a filmmaker is shaken when his new teacher (guest star Mädchen Amick) turns out to be a movie studio executive on sabbatical in Capeside and tells Dawson the painful truth about his amateur movie. The future is unsure for Joey as well, when a fortune teller (guest star Rebecca Koon) advises her to be open to every new opportunity that crosses her path, and she stumbles into Colin (guest star Nick Stabile, "Sunset Beach"), a gorgeous photographer who brings out Joey's free-spirited side during a wild photo shoot. (Originally aired March 10, 1999)

EPISODE 2.18: A Perfect Wedding - LOVE WILL KEEP US TOGETHER - Joey is distraught when her just-paroled father (guest star Gareth Williams) will be making his reintroduction into society by catering a posh wedding attended by all the bluebloods of Capeside, but the drama at the ceremony pales in comparison to the night's tragic end. Meanwhile, Dawson and his mom (Mary-Margaret Humes) share a pep talk about her desire to win Mitch back, but Mitch's (John Wesley Shipp) new squeeze Nicole (guest star Mädchen Amick) stands in their way, while Abby (Monica Keena) and Jen (Michelle Williams) decide to crash the wedding for a little excitement, and Pacey (Joshua Jackson) tries to put a chink in Andie's (Meredith Monroe) armor of cynicism. (Originally aired April 28, 1999)

EPISODE 2.20: Psychic Friends - ...AND IT FEELS SO GOOD? - As an attempt to inject some much-needed spontaneity into their relationship, Dawson takes Joey to a fancy French restaurant, but the dining experience deteriorates into a farce when a reservation mix-up forces them to share a table with Mitch and his date Nicole (recurring guest star Mädchen Amick), while Jen and Gale are having a girls' night out across the room. Meanwhile, Andie's deteriorating mental state has Pacey and Jack (Kerr Smith) deeply concerned as she appears more and more disoriented and anxious, but are at a loss as to how to bring her back from the emotional edge. Melanie Mayron directed the episode written by Greg Berlanti. (Originally aired May 12, 1999)

Dawson's Creek (1998) (TV-Series)
Directors: Patrick Norris / Greg Prange / Melanie Mayron
Starring: James Van Der Beek / Katie Holmes / Joshua Jackson
Guest Stars: Mädchen Amick / Rebecca Koon / Nick Stabile
Production: Columbia TriStar Television / Granville Productions
Distributor: The WB Television Network
Country: USA Genre: Drama
Official Site: www.dawsons-creek.com