In the Sanctum Dawsonorum, our hero mopes on his bed, then suddenly leaps up and tears down the stairs. As he hits the ground floor, he hears the phone ringing, and glances into the kitchen to see the Flash and the Bride of Flash with their arms around each other. He smiles at the sight, and leaves. In the Flash's arms, the Bride of Flash sort of pulls her head back, and he says, "Let it ring." She chuckles. It won't last.
A Three Stooges tape plays on the TV in the video store as Dawson comes stomping in to tell Pacey that he changed his mind again, and he doesn't want Pacey to kiss Joey. I almost wish Joey and Pacey had had sex just so that it would shut Dawson up. Pacey plays dumb, and then, seeing how agitated Dawson is, he toys with him by saying that Dawson is too late; not only did Pacey kiss her, but she kissed him back, they made out for an hour, she invited him in (but he declined), she's cooking dinner for him tomorrow, and they're going "up the coast" to a "B & B" this weekend. (What is it with Pacey and B & Bs?) It finally dawns on Dawson that Pacey is full of it. Pacey says, "Yes I am. And so are you. You know, it's time you started asking yourself some serious questions, Dawson, 'cause you exhaust [sic] way too much time and energy on a girl you call your friend. So, you know what? Let's just set the record straight, here. Who's it going to be? Is it Jen, or is it Joey? Do you like the blonde, or do you like the brunette?" Dawson starts to do his classic dismissive scoffing, but Pacey stops him: "These questions are not going to go away, Dawson. It's time that you provided some answers." Dawson's eyebrows are confused. I'm annoyed.