Anyway, Andie shrugs elaborately and says she's fine, "why do you ask?" Pacey comments that they haven't "touched base" in a while, and he wanted to "check in, see how you're doin'." Andie tees Pacey up high and hits him long, wondering why guys always want "to be the nice, polite friend after the break-up" and reminding him that he made a decision, "so at least have the strength to believe in your convictions." Well, I have the strength to believe in a conviction of my own, i.e., to wit, and viz. that Andie slept with another guy and then manipulated Pacey into sleeping with her after they'd broken up in order to get him back, therefore rendering herself totally undeserving of the wronged-woman position she has since adopted, and she needs to lose the 'tude pronto. To my distinct annoyance, Pacey says that Andie is "absolutely right" and announces his intention to leave. Jack rolls his eyes. Andie protests that, since they came at the last minute, she should leave. Jack rolls his eyes again. More back-and-forth in this vein before Jack gets to his feet, tells them both that neither of them is going anywhere, reminds them that Grams has generously agreed to "play host to this group of misfits," and says that if they can't get forget their history for a couple of hours and enjoy Thanksgiving with their friends, "you should be home eating a TV dinner under a bare bulb, 'kay? So get over yourselves already. God." Heh! Go, Jack. Jack stomps off. Andie smiles weakly. I resolve to marry Jack, gay or not.
Episode Report CardSars: D | 355 USERS: C+
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