From 1998-2007 Joey, Pacey, Dawson and Jen shed light, and an impressive vocabulary, on teen angst during the turn of the millennium. This box set includes every heartbreaking decision Joey had to make (Pacey or Dawson? School or family?), every good-intentioned mess up by Pacey (remember when he slept with his teacher?) and every ode to Stephen Speilberg by Dawson. Along with the quick-witted teenage dialogue found in each episode, and bound in an anthology filled with photos and trivia, you’ll get a bonus disc with new DVD extras plus a CD with music from the series. Everyone knows someone who was a little too familiar with the happenings of Capeside – get this for them.
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