Back in Capeside, Joey sits on the dock and reads her letter from Dawson. She's interrupted by Pacey, who takes a seat next to her. "You probably don't want to get too close," she tells him. "Head lice?" Pacey asks. Joey grins. "No, I seem to have fallen victim to the Capeside Disease," she says. Is that the advanced stages of It? No, apparently, it's "feeling trapped, feeling sorry for yourself, the general inability to see the future." Pacey reminds her that this is also known as "being a teenager." They laugh, and Joey tells him that he might be the "most adult person [she] knows." He never looks back, she says. Pacey shrugs. "Why would you look back? The future's out there," he says. Joey says some stuff about how he needs to believe in himself that I totally tune out because it's so boring. "You miss her, don't you?" she asks. "Audrey? I don't really think that's an appropriate conversation for last year's class couple, do you?" Pacey asks. Joey shrugs and says that she misses Audrey already. "She changed my life, you know." Pacey smiles that he knows. "Of course, there's always the other option. That you changed," he suggests. Joey smiles at him. "Fine, I guess I did," she says. "I guess you did," Pacey tells her. And he has the feeling that, "in true Joey Potter fashion," she wishes she could unchange it. Joey thinks about this. "No, I don't," she says. "Let's go." Pacey looks askance. "Where?" he asks. Joey rolls her eyes at him, like he's an idiot. "You want her back, don't you?" she asks. Pacey thinks it's too late. Joey shakes her head. "No, we're going to go to airport, we're going to find them and we're going to say everything that we really want to say," she explains. "Why?" Pacey asks. "Because we can. Come on!" Joey says, taking him by the hand and pulling him off his ass and out of the shot.
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