"Fllllluffay!" That guy is my boyfriend. That guy, and Stocky Bugging-Out-In-The-Woods guy.
It's later. Gretchen is on the opposite end of the couch from Dawson, a hand to her forehead; her body language says "seething." Dawson looks over at her, terrified; when she turns to stare back at him, he quickly looks away. She sighs, "What's this movie about, anyway?" "I have no idea," Dawson confesses, and points out that, every time Gretchen goes to get a glass of water, she sits further away from him on the couch when she sits back down. "You're right," she snips, "which is why I should go." Dawson calls that "a drastic solution to [their] problem," but Gretchen tells him not to start, and she's got to leave. She heads for the door, and Dawson scrambles to stop her, saying that "this is silly" and it's obviously a misunderstanding; Gretchen, putting her coat on over her shoulder bag (?), says she knows that, but she still has to go: "I was really wrong about something very wrong, so just don't ask me any more questions, okay? Just let me go." I don't know what she means by that -- what exactly is she wrong about, Dawson's readiness to have an adult relationship, or Joey's motivations for wanting her to keep quiet? I don't think she's wrong to leave; if anything, it's long overdue, but I don't get the whole "wrong" thing. Dawson makes a "zuh?" face as she leaves.