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There's an interview with Katie Holmes in the new issue of Jane. Here are some pieces of it dealing with Katie and Josh:
...Katie told me that during one of the many takes, Josh bit her lip as a joke. "So I bit him back" she said, grinning. See, this could get interesting.

"Katie is very clean-cut," says a congested-sounding Josh Jackson, Katie's former boyfriend in real life. He's on medication for a throat infection. "The only thing that's changed over the years is maybe she's been to a bar. The wild Katie is still something any parent can be proud of." Josh and Katie dated for about eight months right when Dawson's went on the air in '98. "Before the show was even on the air, she asked me out," he says. "It was the first time I was ever tracked down by a beautiful woman. Life was good." They ended up splitting because, as Josh says, their lives were "heading in opposite directions." But Josh is still a big booster for Katie: "In the beginning, it was breathtaking to watch. She was new at acting and completely unself-conscious. I'm still continually in awe of her."

She asked him out.

JOSH & KATIE: LAURA, Josh and Katie are great friends. They joke around on set but also have a lot of respect for each other. They play off each other really well in scenes together. I remember in #317, they were really concerned about getting their "first kiss" just right -- the scene wasn't coming together as they wanted it to and Katie was getting frustrated. Josh was really sweet about talking to her and seeing what they could do to make it work - it was so important to them to have it be perfect. On the next take, it was magic! They both hugged and smiled. It was a really sweet moment between them.


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See...they are just adorable together. That is so wonderful that they support each other like that even though things didn't work out for them. That's pretty cool that she asked him out!


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Katie Holmes Article - Twist magazine
Posted March 22, 2001
Thanks so much to Megs for typing this up :)

I know you had to do it twice :(

From the latest issue of Twist magazine

Shy No More

Kate Holmes overcame guy insecurities and a fear of sending the wrong message to her teen audience. Read on to find out how the Dawson's Creek star came into her own.

We bet you don't know Katie Holmes as well as you think. For instance, can you believe that this stunning superstar was once totally tongue-tied around guys? Katie says she used to get super flustered around her older brother's friends, who she totally crushed on.
"They'd come to the house and I'd stand there blushing madly if one of them spoke to me," she says. "I just couldn't cope with having these boys nearby because I didn't know how to talk to them at all. This went on for years. I was lucky, I was sent to an all-girl school run by nuns. No trouble with boys there!" Read on to find out more about the Dawson's Creek beauty, including what it's like smooching her former flame Josh Jackson, and the scoop on how she hooked up with real-life boyfriend, actor Chris Klein.

The Episode Where Joey Loses Her Virginity

"Well, initially, I was very apprehensive about it, because I am aware of the impact that our show has on such a large teenage audience. And you know, I don't necessarily as a person want to give the message that, "Oh kids, go out there and have sex." But as an actor, playing this character, it was actually very exciting because these two characters have grown together and have been dating for nine months and have been talking about it exploring those fears. And I'm very proud of the show, because I think we've handled it very responsibly, talking about prevention [of STDs] and condoms and, like I said, the fears."

Working With Her Ex, Josh Jackson

"We're great friends. We did date. We fell in love. And I love him and now we have a friendship, which is nice."

Picking The Best Guy

"Well, you know...it's exciting. Dawson just wasn't kind of paying enough attention to Joey, and I think Pacey and Joey have a lot in common. You know, we're kind of exploring that time in high school, It's such an anxious time with college looming...and they're in love..."


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Katie interview from French magazine "One"
Posted May 04, 2001

Q: In the fourth season of Dawson's creek, your love story with Pacey is stable. Do you sometimes have the feeling to live again your own love story (you with Joshua Jackson) ?
A: Not at all! (laugh) I'm dating Chris Klein and I'm really in love with him. Josh and me are still really good friends and there's no ambiguity with us. When we shoot kiss scenes, Josh always bite my lips, he trys to destabilize me... There's nothing romantic in that. Josh is a real clown and he always has me laughing. Our couple seems really realistic on screen, but I can assure you that nothing happens behind the cameras...

I didn't know that he always did that during kiss scenes Very interesting.


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:kiss LMAO. He bites her lip? :lol :lol :rollin How funny. Cause she still loves him and he brings her back to reality. ;)


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He bites her lip? How cute!


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I like how she's trying to convince us that nothing is going on. Why did she say that he bites her in the first place if she is trying not to make a big deal about their offscreen and onscreen personas.


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Exactly. But isn't she really serious with Chris Klein? And is JJ still dating Rosario Dawson?


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Yes, she is still dating Chris. I heard Rosario cheated on him with J-Lo's ex Chris. I was just trying to be funny with my comment. I don't want to offend. Thanks.


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OH, no...you didn't offend! I was just curious. That just popped into my head so I figured I'd ask!
She cheated on JJ!? With J-Lo's ex? What's wrong with her?


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: I must say Jem, your question peaked my curiosity as well. So much so that I went back and reviewed the tape with my co-worker Adam Moskowitz and we both concluded that you are right! Katie does mouth "I love you." I also checked the script and yes, it seems it was an ad-lib. In fact, in the original script, it was planned for Mrs. Witter to be holding the cake. Good thing it wasn't Jack, that woulda been a little weird, huh?

This is from the Te of Pacey. It's his birthday. She adlibbed it to Pacey when she is holding the cake and he comes in the door.


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Oh...how cute! I don't really remember that for some reason, but it sounds adorable. What elses happened in that episode? I might be able to recall it then.


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It was Pacey's eighteenth birthday from the fourth season. It was the one with his whole family. His father was mean and kept making comments about him and Joey stood up for him. Pacey got mad and left where Joey went with Dawson to find him. They couldn't so they came back and Joey was holding the cake in her hands when Pacey came in the door and saw her. Originally, it was suppose to be his mother.


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OK! Now I remember. I loved that one! Her holding the cake was precious! I'm glad they went with her holding the cake instead of Pacey's mom...it meant more. :) Thanks for clearing that up!


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I wasnt sure where to put this, I guess this is the right place. I had the chance to watch a deleted scene from the episode "Appetite for Destruction", it involves Joey and Pacey chatting while chopping tomatoes. They are discussing whether or not she has the right to be upset at Dawson for sleeping with Jen. They kept talking and Pacey says somehting like: "You know better than anyone what its like to wake up in the morning and see someone in a different light". They called each other JO and Pace ,and Pacey said"You dont get to tell me how much I should care about you" I guess they cut it because what was probably meant to be a discussion about Joey and Dawsons relationship turned out to be a scene that aknowledged the Joey/Pacey relationship with a lot of chemistry between the actors.THOSE BASTARDS.BURN IN HELL DC!

Just wanted to let you know about the secret scene they cut out and how other people notice the sparks.

Read this reviews from Television Without Pity

Like A Virgin
By Wing Chun | Season 3 | Episode 1 | Aired on 1999.09.29 pg 14 of 14

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Joey cries on her dock. Pacey appears in Dawson's boat and tells her he got in and it took him to her dock of its own volition. Because it's Dawson's boat. And Dawson likes her so much that even the boat knows. Geddit? She tries to warn him off with threats of murder, which he ignores, hopping up beside her. She pauses a moment, and then says, "He told you what happened, didn't he?" Pacey doesn't answer until she repeats the question, at which point he mutters, "Well, what do you think?" Okay, in those two lines of dialogue, Katie Holmes and Joshua Jackson had more chemistry than she and the Beek have ever had, and I am not joking. Anyway, Joey says she thinks she hates them both. Pacey says he's really going to hate him when he tells her what he has to say -- that Dawson was right, and that the two of them need to be apart right now. Joey asks how Pacey would know what she needs. Pacey chuckles ruefully like the man of the world that he is…not, and says words to the effect of, she's right, how would he know how hard it is to have to give up someone you love, only he says it in nine different ways and talks for about twenty minutes, like, yeah, you had to do that with Andie, it's parallel, WE GET IT. She cries some more and says, "Of all the people to see me like this, it had to be you." Pacey says that, it's a new year, and they might even become friends. She pouts, "I'm upset enough as it is." He puts her arm around her. She continues to cry. That was actually a nice scene.

Capeside Revisited
By Jessica | Season 5 | Episode 3 | Aired on 2001.10.24

The Cutest Scene Of This Entire Season. Joey, wearing The Low-Cut Pants Of Doom, ambles toward Pacey's new boat (I'm calling it the True Love Two: Electric Boat-a-loo). On board, Pacey's fiddling with some nautical paraphernalia, sporting a red shirt and a vaguely better haircut. The Piano Music Of On-Screen Chemistry twinkles in the background as Pacey takes a swig from his root beer. Joey, unnoticed, watches him look up at the sky. "Can't see them very well, can you?" she asks. He looks over at her and smiles, startled. "At night, in the city," she continues. "What, the stars?" Pacey asks. "No, you can't see them very well, but what the hell? I've seen them all before, right?" Joey smiles up at him. "Me, too," she says. Pacey comes over and helps her onto the boat. They stare at each other, and Pacey mumbles something about "Lindley" selling him out. Joey tells him that she saw him herself, at the restaurant, but, when confronted, Jen "unraveled like a cheap suit." Pacey hypothesizes that Jen's shame over betraying him explains her absence of late, but Joey explains that Jen has "met a boy." The look at each other, all cute and awkward. "Good for her," Pacey says. More staring. "So I guess, um, [Jen] told you about these Sunday dinners we've been having," Joey offers. Pacey shifts. "Um, yeah. I seem to remember something to that effect." Joey tells him that the dinners are nice, "because it's easy to get lost in the big city." Pacey agrees. "You don't have the stars to guide you," he points out. Joey tells him he ought to come to one of the dinners, sometime, and Pacey drops his voice and tells her that he'll "try and do that." Joey fiddles with her sleeves and hems and haws and finally tells him that she would hate if he skipped the dinners because of "anything to do with [her]." Pacey looks at her quizzically. "Or this thing we shared, called 'a romance,'" Joey offers, half-smiling. "You know. It ended really badly? And there was bitterness? And tears? And recriminations?" Pacey smiles at her. "Yeah, I think I remember that," he says. "We dated once, right?" Joey screws up her face in mock consternation. "Yeah, we did, didn't we? But, you know, I've practically forgotten, now that I've slept with half the football team." Pacey grins, and helps her over toward the wheel of the boat. "Just half?" he asks. "I think that shows incredible restraint on your part." Joey tells him that she had to save the other half for her roommate. Pacey sits down, after sticking his butt in the camera for a nice, long shot, and asks about Audrey. They get to talking, comfortably, complete with banter about small spaces and snoring. Joey, sitting by the wheel, tells him that she read something for class recently about how, soon, humans may be able to regrow brain cells. "I think what it means is some point in the not so distant future, it may be possible to forget all the bad stuff and just remember the good," she offers, shyly. Pacey tells her he thinks that's already possible. They smile at each other, and Joey tells him that she wants to know all about the boat. "This is one mother of a boat," she says, grinning at him. Aww. Joey and Pacey 4EVA! Wow, I have no idea where that came from. It's just refreshing to see actors who appear to be having some small measure of fun with each other, instead of looking like they're about two seconds away from throwing themselves in front of a truck wearing a "Teen Suicide" t-shirt.

The Kids Are Alright
By Jessica | Season 6 | Episode 1 | Aired on 2002.10.02

Later, Joey and Pacey meet at the jukebox. She complains that it hasn't played her song yet. "Maybe the jukebox rejected it," Pacey says, "on the grounds that there's been enough whiny chick rock for one night, I think, pretty much." Personally, I simply don't believe that jukeboxes ought to contain any variation on whiny ovary music whatsoever. The jukebox is the sole domain of oldies, classic rock and Bon Jovi and that's really about it. Joey pouts. "Bite me," she whines. Pacey leans over and nips her upper arm. "Pacey, gross!" Joey squeals. He chuckles. Aw, that was a cute, if fifth-gradey, moment. Joey demands an explanation of the day's earlier dorm room shenanigans. "Do you remember our particular summer together?" he asks. Wow, I can't believe the writers remember their particular summer together. Joey indicates that she does. "Remember when we came back, we were all lovely-dovey and we didn't really want the summer to end, as such?" he asks. Joey grins. "Speak for yourself," she retorts. "But I do recall something to that effect." Pacey smiles down at her. "Let's say for the sake of argument that I am not at all unhappy that this summer is ending," he admits. Long story short: Hollywood Audrey is a little exhausting. Joey listens to this quietly, then tells Pacey that she has a bit of a conflict of interest. The part of her that is his good friend and "erstwhile paramour" thinks that "life's too short" and he needs to do what makes him happy. "Erstwhile Paramour" is the name of my Morrisey cover band. On the other hand, she says, the part of her that is Audrey's friend and roommate says, "you know what? You breaka her heart, I breaka your face." Joey pokes him in the chest. "You got it?" she asks. Pacey grimaces and rubs his left pec. He gets it. Joey grabs his hand and drags him into the corner to make out. Er, I mean, "back to the table."

Just wanted to let you know that there are still sane reviewers out there who see the Pacey and Joey sparks.


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True confessions from a 'Dawson's' addict
by Eden Kerr-Perkinson

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"Dawson's Creek" might not be what a television critic would call "quality." Maybe it doesn't have "good ratings" or "intelligent plot lines." So "Dawson's Creek" is "sappy" and "unrealistic." Wait, scratch that, I think I've been watching too many of those Chris Farley news commentaries on the "SNL: Best of Chris Farley" tape my friend recently gave me for my birthday. Back to the real review.

I am sure it would be very easy to just watch one episode of "Dawson's Creek" and rail on it. For all of the aforementioned ailments, the show will never win an Emmy or get critical respect. But I really don't care about that. I watch "Dawson's Creek" for the simple reason that I'm addicted to it.

Maybe I just have an addictive personality. I'm also addicted to cigarettes, food, InStyle Magazine and another WB teen drama, "Roswell." But, then again, millions of other young people are addicted to "Dawson's" also. Web sites for the show and the show's stars, Katie Holmes, Joshua Jackson, James van der Beek and Michelle Williams, flood the World Wide Web.

There must be something about the show. Something only teens and people reliving their teen years vicariously through the characters can see. It doesn't seem to appeal to anyone else.

"Dawson's Creek" has been plagued with low ratings lately, making its future about as murky as that water that's been standing in the big ashtrays outside of campus buildings for a couple of months.

The best way to figure out why one is addicted to something is to figure out what would be lacking in his or her life if said substance were removed from it. Let's look at what we "Dawson's" fans would be missing if the show was to be tragically murdered by evil ad execs.

We would miss the sexual tension that radiates from each of the characters on screen. We would be forced to seek out sexual tension in our own lives (too much work) in order to fill the void left without "Dawson's." We'd miss the chance to see Jen (Williams) rapidly flip-flop from being the wisest character on the "Creek" to being the most immature.

We'd miss the chance to see Dawson's parents having sex on the couch. We'd miss the surprisingly realistic lessons about rampant high school homophobia from the point of view of the show's gay character, Jack (Kerr Smith). We'd miss the angst and the love and the self-reflexive humor. We'd be left with only our own much less interesting adolescent memories. We'd miss the chance to make fun of Dawson's (van der Beek) ridiculously bitchy frowns and grimaces.

Most of all, we would miss one of the greatest love triangles to ever grace the small screen. Last year, Joey (Holmes) fell in love with Pacey (Jackson) and left the ex that couldn't let go, Dawson, high and dry. All three had been best friends for most of their lives.

I'd be willing to bet the farm that those who watched Joey and Pacey agonize over their feelings for each other last season would riot with at least the same intensity of the Bobby Knight fans who uplifted the fish from Showalter Fountain last month if they were not allowed to see the Joey-Pacey thing play out naturally.

There is way too much vicarious emotion placed in this relationship for anything less. There are even petitions online pleading with producers to save the couple from what inevitably happens when TV lovebirds get too comfortable with each other. More than anything else, the natural chemistry between Holmes and Jackson is what keeps sucking me and many others like me back into the show.

Let's assume that the the show doesn't get cancelled, that avid fans keep it alive. Does it matter to us what the critics say? Will I ever be embarrassed by my love for the show? As long as I get my weekly fix, anyone can say anything about the show and I won't care. I am in full and complete acceptance of this one particular addiction.

I wouldn't be surprised, however, if once my friends finish reading my devoted and serious contemplation on the merits of "Dawson's Creek," they stage a full-out intervention. Maybe the next time you hear from me, you'll get the complete sob story of my recovery and the road to progress for a "Dawson"-free me.

Now, when are the writers going to realize that Pacey and Joey make the show together. At least, I found a sane person out there. It makes me so mad that the writers have treated them like crap and they even know it.

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MERCEDES: I am just writing to thank whomever it was that put up a London Trivia. I LOVE YOU SO MUCH! I really hope that you get that gag reel thing going. Also I was wondering whether you had any connections with the British TV people. The documentary thing called "Up the Creek" from the beginning of the first season has only been on once and I forgot to tape it but would love to get it on tape. Please could you pull some strings (seeing as how great you are)? I'm sure you could charm them into making something happen

JASON: Hi Mercedes. I'm sorry, but I've never even heard of this documentary that you mention, but I'd love to see it. As for the gag reel, you will be happy to know that it is completed and we actually got to watch it here in the office last week. It was freaking hilarious! The people in post-production had slaved for weeks over it and did an incredible job. There's too much stuff to mention, but personally my favorite was a montage from a ton of different shows showing Katie tucking her hair behind her ear, as she is prone to do. Another favorite of mine is when Katie ad-libs to Josh "But what about our history?" and Josh responds "Don't you know? We have no history on this show." This tape is gonna make me a bundle on Ebay.

You better believe they know how the show has treated their post relationship like crap. I will never blame them, only the writers. That @#%$ Jason thinks it is a joke, but they feel just like we do.


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Remember when Katie picked her favorite moment on the show when Pacey gave Joey the wall. I found out what Josh's favorite moment was.

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Joshua Jackson

Nickname(s): Josh
Date of Birth: June 11, 1978
Place of Birth: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Sign: Gemini
Stats: 6'2

Fave Flick: Josh's fave John Hughes movie is Weird Science.
Fave Book: House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski
Fave Band: Digs folk rocker Ben Harper.
Real Random: Last year, Joshua played the role of real-life hero when he rescued two women in trouble off the coast of North Carolina...Besides being a life-saver, Josh is a brain. That's right Josh has been known to read philophers like John Locke, Bertrand Russell, and Friedrich Nietzsche...His favorite Dawson' moment is when Pacey and Joey sailed away together on True Love.

I can't believe he actually said going away on the boat with Joey was his favorite moment. It was like the one of the most romantic moments on the show.

I know Katie picked her favorite moment when Pacey gave Joey the wall. It was more of a friendship moment, but also in True Love, Joey says that she knows she's in love with Pacey and says that maybe she knew before that. The wall was the episode before Cinderella Story. It could kind of be considered that she was falling in love with him then.

Here is the link. www.reelteen.com/profile_...%20Jackson

I just found this. Just yesterday I found this and had a feeling he was talking about this moment.

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In the first VSBI chat in February 2001, when asked about his favorite DC moment Josh said this:

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My fondest memory was an episode last season with the director James Whitmore. It's very rare when I find myself becoming an audience and you lose your place when you are so enraptured of what the other person is doing and you become [an]audience member. The other person was Katie.
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During the chat, I checked my list of episodes and saw that James Whitmore had directed Escape from Witch Island and Four to Tango in season three. Knowing there wasn't much P/J in EfWI, I asked him if it was FtT and he said "no." I was puzzled until after the chat I discovered that Whitmore had also directed True Love. My guess is that in the chat at least, he meant the dock scene at the end of the TL.

How sweet is this. I remember that scene and how blissfully happy they looked together.

I know I sound like a freak, but what am I suppose to think when he says something like this or when she adlibs "I love you."


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How cool is it that both Katie's and Joshua's favorite moments involve each other!? :grin


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Why don't they just come out of denial already? Just kidding. I found a few pictures of them filming offscreen.

The first is from the second season finale when Pacey rescues Joey from the fire. Let's just say he got a little too friendly.

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The next pic is from Appetite for Destruction. Someone told me that hug at the end was adlibbed.

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Pacey sits down, after sticking his butt in the camera for a nice, long shot,

:rollin Must go back and rewatch this at some point... :grin

Oh and that 1st picture you posted-- that's from the second season , right? That was when they were dating. And yes he is a little close and boy is she smiling. :kiss :kiss

(Hshap- btw have a nice holiday! :merryxmas Sorry I've been so far behind in here lately. I've been so busy and now I'm leaving for vacation on Sat. morning until the 30th so I won't be on for while. I'll be sure to read all this awesome stuff after I get back and settled after the new year! Thanks so much for posting it all! :wavey )


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