- „My parents taught me that love does not conquer all. That love ends – and begins again”
- —Dawson's best man speech
LOVE CONQUERS ALL IN CLIMACTIC SEASON FINALE – After an emotional day filled with love, tears and wedding vows, Joey (Katie Holmes) ultimately much choose between her love for Dawson (James Van Der Beek) and her new feelings for Pacey (Joshua Jackson). Across town, Grams (Mary Beth Peil) talks about love and regret with Jen (Michelle Williams), while Jack (Kerr Smith) and Andie (Meredith Monroe) make a decision to drive all night so that Jen can see Henry (guest star Michael Pitt) one last time.
Pacey gets ready to leave Capeside for the summer and doesn't plan on saying goodbye to Joey. Jen is reeling from her break-up with Henry, Jack is regretting letting Ethan go and Dawson is preparing for his parents' second wedding.
- James Van Der Beek as Dawson Leery
- Michelle Williams as Jen Lindley
- Joshua Jackson as Pacey Witter
- Katie Holmes as Joey Potter
- Meredith Monroe as Andie McPhee
- Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee
- Mary-Margaret Humes as Gail Leery
- John Wesley Shipp as Mitch Leery
- Mary Beth Peil as Grams
- Nina Repeta as Bessie Potter
- „I know there's people around, but I don't care. That's the point, I finally have the courage to do this”
- —Jack to Ethan
- The kiss between Adam Kaufman (Ethan) and Kerr Smith (Jack) was the first ever kiss between two men in network TV history.
Notes and references
- ↑ Kerr Smith On Jack McPhee From 'Dawson's Creek' & What It Was Like Playing An LGBT Character In The '90s FEB 2015
- ↑ 'Dawson's Creek's' Kerr Smith and Adam Kaufman remember their groundbreaking 'True Love' kiss MAY 2015
- ↑ Fifteen Years Ago, ‘Dawson’s Creek’ Gave Us TV’s First ‘Passionate’ Gay Kiss. How Far Have We Come? APR 2015