Oy vey -- okay, film shoot. Cliff: "This is the shot, I can feel it." Dawson rolling his eyes; Jen, from the sidelines, shooting him a sympathetic glance. The shot rolling again. Cliff: "Cut!" Pacey tooling up to Dawson in a wheelchair (huh?). Dawson greeting him; Nellie also greeting him by asking, "What's loser friend doing here?" Dawson kicking Pacey out of the wheelchair. Nellie telling Cliff the "moving tracking thing" won't work and asking if they can just give up on it and use the tripod. Dawson, whose hair looks like Siegfried but with bedhead, pushing the wheelchair around the camera and asking them to let him "do it." Nellie exploding that she has "had it" with Dawson. Sars nodding in complete agreement. Cliff telling Nellie to chill and wanting to hear Dawson's idea. Jump cut to Pacey pulling Dawson Iditarod-style in the wheelchair while Dawson holds the camera. They get the shot, everybody applauds, and Dawson's head swells up another size while Nellie pouts. What. Ever.
The Icehouse. Jen compliments Dawson for putting Nellie "right in her place." Dawson, smugly: "Thank you. The real filming is yet to come." Joey comes up and takes their order in an altogether uncharacteristically perky fashion. Jen and Dawson both try not to stare at her while ordering turkey clubs and Cokes and confiding their plans to shoot at "magic hour" in the ruins, and when she disappears into the kitchen, Jen asks, "What has gotten into Joey?" Dawson, shaking his head in disbelief: "I don't know, it's bizarre." As Joey puts up the order sheet, we hear Bessie bitch, "You were late. Look, I'm in charge until you turn eighteen or Dad gets paroled, whatever comes first." Joey bustles past her to set up the drinks as Bessie goes on, "We have to help each other out, Joey, that's just the way it has to be." Joey, unbothered, says, "I'm sorry -- ruin my good mood. I'm just trying to have a moment of happiness in an otherwise pathetic existence." When Bessie sort of sneers in response, Joey says drily, "You can relate, can't you?" Then Joey spots Richie Rich strolling up the front walk of the restaurant and freezes, and she grabs the sodas, plunks them down in front of Jen and Dawson, whips her apron off while mumbling something about "a break," scoots into a seat next to Dawson, and quickly faces front as Richie enters the Icehouse. Jen asks, "Who's that?" Joey, too fast: "Nobody." Jen: "Kind of a cute 'nobody.'" "Who?" Dawson butts in. Richie approaches Joey and says, "Hey, Deborah," and she chokes out, "Hey," and he asks, "What are you doing here? I thought you were going to meet your parents." Dawson: "Who's Deborah?" Richie says that Joey is Deborah, which Dawson incredulously denies, and Joey looks more and more mortified as Richie says, "Oh, she's not -- well, then, who did I spend the afternoon with? An impostor?"