On the days that Aric has school, the evenings feel slow and dragged out. I long for adult conversation. If it weren't for Bett and Ivy's phone calls, I think that I would have gone a little stir crazy. "Dawson's Creek" is also a bit of salvation for my quiet Wednesdays.
Tonight's DC marked their
100th episode. It was pretty good...especially the flashbacks. I got a little tired of Joey and Charlie's constant over-analytical banter. But I think it's because I'm not crazy about Charlie. Dude's gotta do something about that hair. Anyhow, there was a part in the episode where a frustrated Audrey goes off about an ex-boyfriend being her "Dawson" to Pacey. That raised my eyebrow....just for the simple fact that "Dawson" is a representation of a guy that has, and always, will have a place in her heart. It made me think, and yeah...I guess I have a "Dawson", too. *smile* Anyhow, the most gut-wrenching part was when Dawson drove for miles to seek out Joey, giving a touching dialogue: "As long as I still feel something, it's not over. And believe me, sometimes I wish it was. But it's not. I can feel it. I know you don't believe in any of this, Pacey. You're the cynic, I'm the idealist. That's how we work, I guess. So you can keep telling me that I'm making a mistake. I'm not gonna stop you. But when I feel something this strong pulling me... I'm gonna act on it. It's the only thing I know how to do. So can you just tell me where she is?" ...only to find out that she was with Charlie.
*sigh* Gawd, I'm a sucker for these teen romances. "Felicity" was alright I guess...I haven't really been following.

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