The year is 2008. After five years, the gang returns to Capeside for a reunion and wedding after taking different paths in life. Joey is a successful book editor living in New York with her current boyfriend Chris. Dawson lives in Hollywood and is a successful executive producer of his autobiographical TV series, 'The Creek.' He is still single, but has not forgotten the love of his life. Pacey is now the manager to the re-opened restaurant, The Ice House, but still continues his brash lifestyle of dating older women. Jack is now a teacher at Capeside High and dating Pacey's brother Doug, now the sheriff, who is still closeted. Jen lives in New York with Grams and runs an art gallery in SoHo, and is now the mother of a baby girl, while Audrey has gone off to Europe on tour with a band. They all (sans Audrey) meet at Pacey's restaurant, and after a little too much wine they all start bringing back ghosts from the past. They all get dressed and ready for Gail's wedding, and between old ...
Did You Know?
The poem that Jack's student reads aloud and then complains about is "a poem by a guy about another guy. It's like a gay poem," is "We Two Boys Together Clinging" by 'Walt Whitman', from his 1855 book 'Leaves of Grass'. See more
[Doug pulls Jack over for speeding
Looks like somebody's in quite the hurry this morning.
Sheriff Doug. I'm sorry. I'm late, I'm trying to get to class...
Well, I have no choice but to issue you a citation for doing 40 in a 25.
Look, I already have all these, these points against my license. D'ya think maybe there's something I could to to... get you to look the other way?
May I remind you, Mr. McPhee, that attempting to bribe a public official is a serious offense.
Well, you know, I was just ...
Take My Hand
Written by Dido
(as Dido Armstrong) and Richard Dekkard
Performed by Dido
(as Dido Armstrong) See more