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100 "Pilot" (formerly titled "Emotions In Motion")
Episode #1/128   Original Air Date: 01/20/1998
Episode #1 on the Season 1 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields 

Dawson irks his best friend Joey with his attraction to a new neighbor, while Pacey flirts with his new English teacher.


Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for.
 
  "Hey Pretty Girl" - BoDeans
Album: Blend (Reprise)


Scene: Jen is walking over to Dawson, Pacey and Joey as they are filming at the docks.

  "As I Lay Me Down" - Sophie B. Hawkins
Album: Whaler (Sony)
Website:
www.thecreamwillrise.com

Scene: Jen is sitting on the dock alone as Dawson walks over to her.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#219 #601 #602 #603 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#601  #602  #603

  "Tubthumping" - Chumbawamba
Album: Tubthumper (Universal)
Website:
www.chumba.com

Scene: School scenes right before Nellie meets Jen. After when Pacey is in class balancing the book on his head.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#209 

 
"Mercy Me" - Say-So
Album: Say-So (Organic Records)
Website:
members.aol.com/saysofans/

Scene: Dawson, Jen and Joey in the school cafeteria.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#103 #203 #402 #409 

  "Good Mother" - Jann Arden
Album: Living Under June (Universal/Polygram)
Website:
www.jannarden.com

Scene: Bessie is putting lipstick on Joey...and the 4 walking down the street to the Rialto.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#101 #110 #320 #323 #422 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#422

  "I'll Stand By You" - The Pretenders
Album: Last Of The Independents (Warner)


Scene: After the "walk the dog" comment by Joey and Dawson yelling out the famous "Katie Couric" line.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#301 
#101 "Dance" (formerly titled "Dirty Dancing")
Episode #2/128   Original Air Date: 01/27/1998
Episode #2 on the Season 1 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields 

Dawson causes a scene at the school dance for leading lady Jen, while Joey calls Mrs Leery on her liaisons.


Featured Songs

 

"Am I Cool" - Nowhere Blossoms
Album: Charm


Scene: Hallway scene right before Dawson begins to speak to Mr. Gold.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#108 #201 #206 

 Contact band member
Darren Vanstone for info on purchasing this CD.

  "Flames Of Truth" - Sarah Masen
Album: Sarah Masen (Justice/EMI)


Scene: Jen is washing Joey's body of fake blood and complementing her on her body.

  "I Want You" - Savage Garden
Album: Savage Garden (Sony)
Website:
www.savagegarden.com

Scene: First scene at school dance. Cliff and Jen begin to dance. Pacey is talking to Ms Jacobs. Dawson and Jen enter the gym.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#108 #313 #316 

  "Happiness" - Abra Moore
Album: Strangest Places (Arista)


Scene: Dawson and Joey are slow dancing as Dawson searches for Jen on the dance floor.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#509 #523 

"Ooh Ahh...Just A Little Bit" - Adam Fields (Composer)
Album: N/A


Scene: Dawson is following Jen into hallway and then girl's room just after she stops dancing with Cliff. (Song can be barely heard.)

 Artist also heard in episode:
#409 

 This song was specially mixed by the music composer so it would sound like the song of this title made popular by Gina G.

"Pretty Strange" - Paul Chiten
Album: N/A


Scene: Dawson and Joey are talking at a table. He tells her Jen reminds him of her. Joey gets up and leaves Dawson alone at dance.

 This song came from a demo CD sent in by the artist which was never released.

  "Apple" - The Autumns
Album: Suicide At Strell Park (EP)
Website:
www.theautumns.com

Scene: Dawson tries to cut in on Cliff and Jen as they dance... making a fool of himself as he does.

"But You" - Paul Chiten
Album: N/A


Scene: Mr and Mrs Leery are in the kitchen, reminiscing about their first kiss.

 This song came from a demo CD from the artist which was never released.

  "You Don't Know Me" - Jann Arden
Album: My Best Friend's Wedding (soundtrack) (Sony)
Website:
www.jannarden.com

Scene: Right near end of show. Jen and Dawson are dancing on the dock as Joey woefully looks on.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#100 #110 #320 #323 #422 

 Song is not available on any recording released by Jann herself..
#102 "Kiss" (formerly titled "Prelude To A Kiss")
Episode #3/128   Original Air Date: 02/03/1998
Episode #3 on the Season 1 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields 

Dawson tries to plot the perfect kiss for Jen; Joey is wooed by a stranger (Anderson) and Pacey graduates to manhood.


Featured Songs

 
  "First Time" - Billie Myers
Album: Growing Pains (MCA)


Scene: The town/school scenes right at the beginning of the show.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#202 


"Kingdom" - The Slugs
Album: Fort Fun
Website:
www.theslugs.com

Scene: Dawson is riding his bike to the Icehouse.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#107 #108 #209 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#209

 Visit
The Slugs DC Page

 
"Too Many Times" - Wake Ooloo
Album: Stop The Ride


Scene: Dawson is putting stickers on helmets for the class movie project. Jen comes over and talks to him -- Cliff interrupts.

"The Right Place" - Eddi Reader
Album: Eddi Reader (Warner)


Scene: Joey and Anderson are sailing to the island. Moments later they are seen throwing the frisbee.

  "Pretty Deep" - Tanya Donelly
Album: Lovesongs For The Underdogs (Reprise)


Scene: Jen, Dawson and Joey at the Icehouse bar. Anderson walks in and Joey is pretending not to work there.

  "All I Want" - Toad The Wet Sprocket
Album: Fear (Sony)
Website:
www.toadthewetsprocket.com

Scene: Jen and Dawson are filming in the ruins.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#103 

  "I'll Remember You" - Sophie Zelmani
Album: Sophie Zelmani (Sony)
Website:
www.zelmani.com

Scene: At the boat when Anderson and Joey kiss before they say goodbye to each other.

  "What Would Happen" - Meredith Brooks
Album: Blurring The Edges (Capitol)
Website:
www.meredithbrooks.com

Scene: Near end of episode at the ruins when Jen and Dawson kissed for the first time.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#306 
#103 "Discovery" (formerly titled "Carnal Knowledge")
Episode #4/128   Original Air Date: 02/10/1998
Episode #4 on the Season 1 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields 

Dawson uncovers his mom's affair with Bob, Joey's lie, and Jen's secret past. Pacey seeks out Dawson's secret video tape that inadvertently captured Pacey and Tamara.


Featured Songs

 

"Beautiful Thing" - Kyf Brewer
Album: Me And My Big Mouth (Ryf Records)
Website:
www.kyf.com

Scene: Very beggining of show. Dawson is watching a videotape of Jen in his room with Joey.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#216 

  "Top Of Morning" - The Hang Ups
Album: So We Go (BMG/Restless)


Scene: The four are at the Icehouse talking about Tamara on the videotape.

  "I Know" - Barenaked Ladies
Album: Born On A Pirate Ship (Reprise)
Website:
www.barenakedladies.com

Scene: Joey and Dawson are walking across the street, right before enteringthe store where they meet Mrs Leery and Bob.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#207 #213 #220 #422 #523 

  "Amnesia" - Toad The Wet Sprocket
Album: Coil (Sony)
Website:
www.toadthewetsprocket.com

Scene: Right as Dawson sees his mom kissing Bob.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#102 

  "World Outside" - The Devlins
Album: Waiting (MCA)
Website:
www.thedevlins.com

Scene: Pacing is parking his bike outside the video store. He spots Tamara and Mr Gold at the cafe.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#215 

"That's What Love Can Do" - Tom Snow
Album: N/A


Scene: This is the song that is playing when Dawson shuts off the radio when he wants to tell his father about his mother's affair.

 Vocalist may not be Tom Snow but it is his recording. No further info is available.

 
"Stand By Me" - Say-So
Album: Say-So (Organic Records)
Website:
members.aol.com/saysofans

Scene: Jen and Joey at the resteraunt. Jen is asking advice on Dawson.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#100 #203 #402 #409 

  "Full Of Grace" - Sarah McLachlan
Album: Surfacing (Arista)
Website:
www.sarahmclachlan.com

Scene: Right at end of the episode... Joey and Dawson are sitting by the water talking.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#112 #407 #624 
#104 "Hurricane" (formerly titled "Blown Away")
Episode #5/128   Original Air Date: 02/17/1998
Episode #5 on the Season 1 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields 

During a hurricane, Dawson blows off his friends and Mitch storms out after catching wind of Gale's affair.


Featured Songs

 
  "Healing Hands" - Marc Cohn
Album: Burning The Daze (Warner)
Website:
www.marccohn.org

Scene: Opening scene..Joey and Dawson are watching Gail and Bob on TV. Also at end of episode when Mitch and Gail are talking on the porch.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#624 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#624

  "It's The End Of The World As We Know It" - R.E.M.
Album: Eponymous (Capitol)
Website:
www.remhq.com

Scene: Coming Soon

 Artist also heard in episode:
#208 #508 
#105 "Baby" (formerly titled "Look Who's Talking")
Episode #6/128   Original Air Date: 02/24/1998
Episode #6 on the Season 1 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields 

A rumour at Capeside proves fateful for Pacey and Tamara. An unfriendly face helps Bessie during labor at the Leerys.


Featured Songs

 

 

  "Sitting On Top Of The World" - Amanda Marshall
Album: Amanda Marshall (Epic/Sony)
Website:
www.amandamarshall.com

Scene: Bessy, Bodie and Joey in the kitchen.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#111 #216 #623 

  "Insecuriosity" - Andrew Dorff
Album: Hint Of Mess (Sony)


Scene: Pacey in school hallway after learning that rumours of him and Tamara are running through school.

  "All I Want" - Susanna Hoffs
Album: Susanna Hoffs (Polygram)
Website:
www.susannahoffs.com

Scene: Miss Jacobs is driving away from the school board meeting.

  "Seven Shades Of Blue" - Beth Nielsen Chapman
Album: Sand And Water (Reprise)
Website:
www.bethnielsenchapman.com

Scene: Joey is holding the baby. Pacey is walking along the beach.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#112 #201 #215 #623 #624 
#106 "Detention" (formerly titled "Breakfast Club")
Episode #7/128   Original Air Date: 03/03/1998
Episode #7 on the Season 1 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields 

In this episode themed after the movie "The Breakfast Club", the gang all lands Saturday detention, where bitter rivalries arise between Dawson and Pacey; and Joey and Jen.


Featured Songs
"Stupid" - Chickenpox
Album: At Mickey Cohen's Thursdaynight Pokergame
Website:
www.burningheart.com/chickenpox/index.html

Scene: Joey in front of the class at the map. Dawson sees Jen and Pacey talking in the hallway together laughing.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#111 #203 #216 

  "Saturday" - Colony
Album: Siren (MCA)
Website:
www.colonyband.com

Scene: Heard in various scenes during detention.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#204 

  "A Lot Like You" - Colony
Album: Siren (MCA)
Website:
www.colonyband.com

Scene: When the gang goes to the bathrooms.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#204 

  "Grace" - Michelle Malone
Album: Beneath The Devil Moon (Velvel)
Website:
www.michellemalone.com

Scene: Joey and Dawson are kissing on a dare from Pacey.

  "Will Tomorrow Ever Come" - Dance Hall Crashers
Album: Honey I'm Homely (MCA)
Website:
www.dancehallcrashers.com

Scene: The gang realizes they must get back to the library so they scrambleto get back ("Breakfast Club" scene).

 Artist also heard in episode:
#218 
107 "Boyfriend" (formerly titled "Escape From New York")
Episode #8/128   Original Air Date: 03/10/1998
Episode #8 on the Season 1 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields 

Dawson feels the heat when Jen is visited by her old boyfriend. Joey lets off too much steam at a beach party.


Featured Songs

"We'll Get Through" - The Slugs
Album: Fort Fun
Website:
www.theslugs.com

Scene: Billy almost runs over Pacey.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#102 #108 #209 

 Visit
The Slugs DC Page

"Being Right" - Cush
Album: N/A
Website:
www.otherw.com

Scene: Jen is talking to Billy in the school hallway.

 Song is not unavailable on any released recording.

  "Dammit" - Blink 182
Album: Dude Ranch (MCA)
Website:
www.blink182.com

Scene: Music at the beach party.

  "Elegantly Wasted" - INXS
Album: Elegantly Wasted (Polygram)
Website:
www.inxs.com

Scene: Joey is drunk at the beach party.

  "Green Apples" - Chantal Kreviazuk
Album: Under These Rocks And Stones (Sony)
Website:
www.chantalkreviazuk.com

Scene: Song is playing as Mr and Mrs Leery are dancing.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#111 #218 #305 #306 #322 #624 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#624

  "Evaporated" - Ben Folds Five
Album: Whatever And Ever Amen (Sony)
Website:
www.bffweb.com

Scene: At end of episode when Jen breaks up with Dawson.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#219 #310 
#108 "Road Trip" (formerly titled "In The Company of Men")
Episode #9/128   Original Air Date: 03/17/1998
Episode #9 on the Season 1 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields 

Dawson joins Pacey and Billy on a boy's night out. Jen does damage control as a not so nice rumour about Joey circulates around school.


Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
  "Truly, Madly, Deeply" - Savage Garden
Album: Savage Garden (Sony)
Website:
www.savagegarden.com

Scene: Opening of show in Dawson's bedroom with Joey. Also at end while Joey waits in Dawson's bedroom as he arrives home.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#101 #313 #316 

  "Touch, Peel & Stand" - Days Of The New
Album: Days Of The New (Outpost)
Website:
www.daysofthenew.com

Scene: Billy is climbing ladder to Jen's bedroom. Also plays moments lateras he climbs out the window.

  "We Are The Supercool" - Space Monkeys
Album: Daddy Of Them All (Interscope)


Scene: Dawson and Billy are talking at car. Also 2 songs later as Billy meets Jen in the school hallway.


"Requiem For A Lightweight" - The Slugs
Album: Fort Fun
Website:
www.theslugs.com

Scene: Joey is riding in the Jeep with Warren the football player.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#102 #107 #209 

 Visit
The Slugs DC Page

  "Your Pleasure's Mine" - Super Deluxe
Album: Via Satellite (Warner)


Scene: On the ferry boat. Dawson is underneath the car.


"Carry Me" - Boom Hank
Album: Nuisance (Pravda)


Scene: First song at bar. Pacey is playing pool.


"I'm Not Sleeping" - Nowhere Blossoms
Album: Charm


Scene: Warren at his locker ripping off bumper sticker and taking the doll out of his locker.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#101 #201 #206 

 Contact band member
Darren Vanstone for info on purchasing this CD.


"Nashville" - Judge Nothing
Album: Riveter
Website:
www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/2226/judge.html

Scene: Background music at the bar.

"The Step Inside" - Sounder
Album: Info Not Available


Scene: Dawson introduces himself to the girl at the bar.

 No other information is available on the artist.


"Monkey Mind" - Judge Nothing
Album: Riveter
Website:
www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/2226/judge.html

Scene: Dawson talking to girl at the bar when Billy comes over to the table.


"Right Today" - Swerve
Album: Sugarfix


Scene: Dawson, Billy and Pacey at the bar before Billy leaves.

  "Thinking Out Loud" - Ron Sexsmith
Album: Other Songs (MCA)
Website:
www.ronsexsmith.com

Scene: Song starts as Dawson and Joey are sitting on bench. Jen and Joey eating ice cream on Jen's porch.
#109 "The Scare" (formerly titled "Friday The 13th")
Episode #10/128   Original Air Date: 05/05/1998
Episode #10 on the Season 1 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields 

Dawson has a Friday the 13th party and pulls out all the pranks.


Featured Songs
  "Nobody Cares" - Vaporhead
Album: Vaporhead (Paradigm)


Scene: Pacey and Dawson in the school hallway.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#110 


"Will U Drive Me?" - The Rosenbergs
Album: Ameripop
Website:
www.therosenbergsband.com

Scene: First heard when Joey enters Dawson's porch. Moments later when Pacey picks them up in the jeep to go to the market to pick up goodies for the seance.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#508 

"Do You Dream?" - Mary Thornton/Adam Castillo
Album: N/A


Scene: Jen and Dawson are in his room talking and are just about to kiss but Jen pulls away.

 This song is only available on a demo cd and is unavailable commericially.

"Temptation" - The Tea Party
Album: Transmission (Atlantic)
Website:
www.teaparty.com

Scene: Cliff walking Jen to her door. Pacey checking the bushes before getting into the truck.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#307 
#110 "Double Date" (formerly titled "Modern Romance")
Episode #11/128   Original Air Date: 04/28/1998
Episode #11 on the Season 1 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields 

Dawson tries to make Jen jealous by bringing a date to the fair as they tag along with Jen and Cliff, but Dawson ends up the jealous one when Pacey sports a fondness for Joey. Mitch wonders if Gale's affair is really over.

Note: The Melissa Etheridge song was only heard during USA/Canada airings. The Bryan Adams song "I Wanna Be Your Underwear" was heard in all other international airings in it's place.


Featured Songs

 
  "Come Back" - Vaporhead
Album: Vaporhead


Scene: Dawson stops to talk to Jen in hallway.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#109 

"She" - Louie Says
Album: Gravity, Suffering, Love And Fate (RCA/BMG)


Scene: Jen and Dawson agreeing to a double date. Also later on when Dawson and Mary Beth are talking at the car outside fair.

"What's Goin' On" - Shelby Craft
Album: N/A


Scene: Pacey and Dawson are on line in the cafeteria. Right before Dawson asks Mary Beth to go to the carnival with him.

 Song only made available on a demo CD.

  "I'm The Only One" - Melissa Etheridge
Album: Yes I Am (Polygram)
Website:
www.melissaetheridge.com

Scene: Pacey is watching Joey change out of her wet clothes from the side view mirror of the truck.

 This song was only heard in the USA/Canada airing. International airings heard Bryan Adam's "I Wanna Be Your Underwear".
  ------- OR ------
  "I Wanna Be Your Underwear" - Bryan Adams
Album: 18 'Til I Die
Website:
www.bryanadams.com

Scene: Pacey is watching Joey change out of her wet clothes from the sideview mirror of the truck.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#414 

 This song was heard only in international airings of this episode, in place of the Melissa Etheridge song. It is also the song that is played in the season one DVD release.

  "Hangin' By A Thread" - Jann Arden
Album: Happy? (A&M/Polygram)
Website:
www.jannarden.com

Scene: Jen and Dawson are at the top of the ferris wheel.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#100 #101 #320 #323 #422 

"She's The One" - World Party
Album: Egyptology (Virgin)


Scene: Pacey driving Joey home from fair. Outside her house.
#111 "Beauty Contest" (formerly titled "Pretty Woman")
Episode #12/128   Original Air Date: 05/12/1998
Episode #12 on the Season 1 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields 

Joey enters a beauty pageant for a chance to win money for college, and causes Dawson to see Joey in a whole different light. Pacey strikes a blow for men's lib by also entering the beauty pageant.


Featured Songs
  "Small Town Trap" - Eve 6
Album: Eve 6 (RCA/BMG)
Website:
www.eve6.com

Scene: Opening at Ice House with the gang.


"Girl With All The Goodbyes" - Susan Sandberg
Album: Stripping For Jesus
Website:
www.susansandberg.com

Scene: Pacey and Dawson talking at the locker.

 CD available for purchase at
CDBaby.com.

"Pretty Face" - Chickenpox
Album: At Mickey Cohen's Thursdaynight Pokergame
Website:
www.burningheart.com/chickenpox/index.html

Scene: Pacey at the Miss Windjammer contestants meeting.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#106 #203 #216 

"New York, New York" - Joshua Jackson
Album: N/A


Scene: Pacey belts a few lines of this song to Dawson and Mitch to get their opinion as he wants to sing it at the beauty contest.

  "Fall From Grace" - Amanda Marshall
Album: Amanda Marshall (Epic/Sony)
Website:
www.amandamarshall.com

Scene: Pacey is on stage for the "evening gown" portion of the beauty contest.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#105 #216 #623 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#623

  "Superman" - Goldfinger
Album: Hang-Ups (Universal)


Scene: Pacey on stage.

"On My Own" - Katie Holmes
Album: N/A


Scene: Joey sings this song for the talent portion of the beauty contest.

 Song is from the Broadway play "Les Miserables".

  "Surrounded" - Chantal Kreviazuk
Album: Under These Rocks And Stones (Sony Canada)
Website:
www.chantalkreviazuk.com

Scene: Dawson and Joey outside at the docks after the pageant is over.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#107 #218 #305 #306 #322 #624 
#112 "Decisions" (formerly titled "Breaking Away")
Episode #13/128   Original Air Date: 05/19/1998
Episode #13 on the Season 1 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields 

Season Finale. Dawson finally admits to his feelings for Joey and they kiss for the first time. Jen looks to get back Dawson's affection after her grandfather passes away.


Featured Songs
  "What Do You Do?" - Dog's Eye View
Album: Daisy (Sony)


Scene: Pacey his riding his bicycle when Doug pulls up in the police car.

  "Angel" - Sarah McLachlan
Album: Surfacing (Arista)
Website:
www.sarahmclachlan.com

Scene: Jen and Dawson are lying in Dawson's bed. Later when Joey is talking to her dad at the jail fence.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#103 #407 #624 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#624

  "I'll Be" - Edwin McCain
Album: Misguided Roses (Atlantic)
Website:
www.edwin.com

Scene: Joey finds Dawson and Jen lying in bed. Dawson goes after her.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#318 #421 #623 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#623

 The "radio" version of the song was heard in the episode. It's a little different than the version found on the album.

  "Broken Road" - Melodie Crittenden
Album: Melodie Crittenden (Elektra/Asylum)
Website:
www.melodiecrittenden.net

Scene: Song played when Dawson is searching for Joey all over town.

  "Say Goodnight" - Beth Nielsen Chapman
Album: Sand And Water (Reprise)
Website:
www.bethnielsenchapman.com

Scene: Dawson and Joey kiss as the episode ends.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#105 #201 #215 #623 #624 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#201  #623  #624

SEASON 1 DVD EDITION MUSIC GUIDE (CHANGES)

 
(USA/Canada cover)

(UK/Europe cover)
Dawson's Creek: The Complete First Season
Release Date: April 1, 2003 (USA)

There are no changes to the songs heard during scenes from when the episodes originally aired. Although, note below the special case for episode #110 (#11 on the DVD).

Complete season 1 music listing

Episode #110 - "Double Date" (a.k.a. "Modern Romance")
"I Wanna Be Your Underwear" by Bryan Adams will be the song playing in the scene where Joey is outside the truck changing out of her wet clothes, as Pacey is trying to sneak a peek in the sideview mirror.

When the episode originally aired in the US/Canada market, "I'm The Only One" by Melissa Etheridge was the song heard during that scene. Due to licensing issues, all international airings of the show used the Bryan Adams song during that scene.


Theme Song/Opening Credits
"I Don't Want To Wait" is the opening credits theme song heard in this DVD release. "Run Like Mad" by Jann Arden, which was only heard in during season one international airings, will not be included on international releases of the Season 1 DVD.
More on Theme Music


Closing Credits Music
The closing credits are the actual credits and music placed by Sony/Columbia when the show was originally produced. When the show aired on the WB Network, they used their own version of the closing credits in obvious attempt to promote other shows.

For season one, the music was composed by Adam Fields. It's also the same closing music used in seasons 4, 5, and 6. It is available on the Score Music soundtrack sold at
www.dawsonscreekcds.com. Visit the theme music section for more info on the closing credits.


DVD Extra Features
Filmmakers Audio Commentary During Pilot Episode
If you viewed the pilot episode with the filmmakers audio commentary feature enabled, Paul Stupin and Kevin Williamson make a couple of references to music that was different or had changed. Specifically, you may have heard them mention the bands Stone Temple Pilots and No Doubt. The songs they are referring to were heard in the original, unaired pilot episode. Actually, most of the songs in the unaired pilot episode were replaced in the broadcasted version.
Music listing for the original, unaired pilot episode.

Season One Time Capsule
The opening song played during this features has not been identified at this time.

Retrospective "Dawson's Creek: From Day One"
The opening song played during this features has not been identified at this time.

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All material 1998-2006 Dawson's Creek and Columbia TriStar Television.

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