Cut to the hallway, where Dawson tears down Cliff's movie, Helmets Of Glory, and Joey sympathizes by looking contemptuous. He whines about Cliff writing, directing, and starring in the movie. He complains about Cliff entering it in the film festival, and refers to it as "my film festival." He calls it "a thin and pedestrian sports film." The ever-loyal Joey cringes. Just down the hall from them, we see Cliff introducing himself to Jen; Dawson mutters incredulously, "This isn't happening." Cliff offers to introduce Jen around, or take her out, to help her get acclimated, and Jen says she'll let him know once she gets settled. They banter a bit more, and Jen walks off while Cliff looks at her ass, and Jen turns to look over her shoulder at Cliff and blows right past Dawson and Joey, and Dawson looks depressed as Joey says, "I told you, Dawson. They move fast in New York."
Shake 'n' Bake is, as it turns out, the secret to juicy chicken. I can't speak for anyone else, but I know I'll sleep better tonight.
Dawson barrels down the stairs of the Nookie Hacienda, Joey's fake head in one hand and XXXL clothes a-flapping, to ask Mitch "The Flash" Leery if he's seen his camcorder. I don't think Mitch can see a whole lot with those novelty glasses he's got on, but anyway, he asks Dawson, "Filming today?" Dawson nods and says, "Joey gets decapitated." Mitch says the camcorder is in his and Gail's bedroom on the nighttable, and suggests that Dawson "might want to take the tape out." ["KHAN!" -- Wing Chun] Okay, let me get this straight. If Mitch keeps her so busy "performing" for the camera, why does Gail "Standard Poodle" Leery need a man on the side?