When we come back from the ads, they're shooting at the video store. Joey and Jack watch the production shenanigans, and I wonder where they procured this crew, in Capeside. Anyway, blah blah production blah. Eventually, Joey heads over to Craft Services -- also known as "Gale" -- and wonders where their "special delivery" is. Gale grins. "In transit," she says.
Meanwhile, across town, Dougie stands in his kitchen and complains loudly about the fact that Pacey hasn't cooked his breakfast yet. Pacey shrugs that he has other things to do today. "You really do owe it to yourself as a modern bachelor to learn some rudimentary cooking skills. Chicks dig that sort of thing," he adds, before skipping off. Doug looks thoughtful at the packet of cheese in his hand. Pacey pops his head back in the room. "And, you know, those other guys, too," he says.
Over at the video store, George and Patrick reenact the moment that Tah-MAH-ra Jacobs walked into all of our lives. Patrick, naturally, has to make several inappropriate comments about Audrey's hooters and whatnot, and Joey boxes his ears. Dawson simply looks amused, and does some more boring directorial business.
Meanwhile, Pacey forces the local merchants to pony up cash for the movie. He charms the local dentist, for example, into investing two hundred dollars in the project, to the delight of her hygienist. Whom we later learn is Pacey's high school dream girl, Kristy Livingstone. Of course, if Ali Larter hadn't been so busy with whatever it is Ali Larter is doing we all would have realized it was her, here in this scene, rather than later. That would have made for a much more effective reveal. It's my opinion that, as they couldn't get Ali Larter, they should have excised this bit. But no one ever asks me!