Back at Worthington, James Taylor continues to sing as Joey lets Audrey drag her out of the dorm. Elsewhere in Boston, Grams looks through her photo album, a bittersweet smile on her face. In Capeside, Gale feeds Lily her bottle, cooing at her daughter's sweet little face. In Boston, Audrey and Joey meet Jen and Jack at Liberty Hell, where they join Pacey for a nice meal. As they eat, Joey looks sadly at the empty place setting at their table. In Capeside, Dawson is still in his car, sobbing, snot running down his face. And, apparently, James Taylor has seen fire, and he's seen rain. Finally, Dawson wipes his face and sighs and starts the car. On the way home, he drops the giant block of cheese on which he was nibbling, and leans down to pick it up. When he finally retrieves it and returns to the upright position, he finds himself, tragically, unable to prevent his car from driving right into the creek. Okay, actually he just drives off safely into the night. A girl can dream.
Final Flashback of the Flash; the Leerys are posing for a group photo on the lawn. "Because what we need is another picture," Dawson snickers, not meanly. "Don't be so fresh," Gale tells him, cheerfully. "Yeah, lose the 'tude, dude," the Flash chirps. "Smile!" Everyone does, and the camera clicks. Post-photo, the family scatters, Dawson to the movies, Gale inside to feed Lily. The Flash stands in his yard, though, and takes a good look at his house, and his grass, and his son's creek. He looks satisfied, nodding and grinning, and finally trots, happy, into the house. Aw, man! Good old Flash. I'm going to miss him.