Movie set. Instead of explaining how Whitney is gone for the afternoon, but will be coming back to watch the dailies later, and how Todd is going to fire Natasha if she doesn't nail the next scene, I'd like to discuss Roald Dahl's book The Twits, which was my favorite book when I was seven years old. I made my Daddy read it to me every night. The Twits is about an enormously unpleasant married couple. They hate each other and spend the entire book playing increasingly mean, albeit hilarious, pranks on one another, calling each other terrible names, and being mean to their trained monkeys. I recommend it highly! Next on Jessica Talks About The Books On Her Coffee Table Instead Of Recapping A Boring Scene On Dawson's Creek: Britney Spears' Heart to Heart, by Britney and Lynne Spears. Shouldn't that be "Britney Spears's Heart to Heart"? ["Yes." -- Sars] How appropriate that there would be a grammatical error on the cover of Britney's little book.
Elsewhere on set, Dawson walks in on Natasha while she's changing. Don't ask why she's picking out her own wardrobe. This must be a very low-budget film. Anyway. His seeing her naked leads to her calling him a "prude," but also to her admitting that they both have "room for improvement" as far as their relationship goes. She then admits that she knows she needs to nail this scene but she has no idea what her motivation is, so Dawson, because he's a genius, gives it to her. "Don't think. Just act," is his stellar advice, like, thanks, Stella Adler, but that's pretty crappy motivation. And there's actually even more extremely boring dialogue, but I'm really very busy reading about how Britney was voted Most Beautiful in her high school yearbook.