With all of the reboots that have been coming up such as the Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life series, we started thinking about some shows of the past that may make for some pretty hyped remakes. From that we decided to take on the task of pulling out 15 Classic Dawson’s Creek Quotes.
Dawson’s Creek featured, Joshua Jackson, Katie Holmes, James Van Der Beek and Michelle Williams living out the role of teenagers going through their adolescent years. It was the equivalence of some of those CWTV shows today, no, we don’t mean Arrow and The Flash.
Jackson once visited The Ellen Show and wasn’t too enthusiastic about a possible remake simply because of how old the show was and how much the cast has changed over the years. That being said, DeGeneres is still holding out for a Dawson’s Creek reunion. While you wait for the possible reboot you can check out our list of 15 Classic Dawson’s Creek Quotes.
15 Classic Dawson’s Creek Quotes
“You know, this town is the absolute embodiment of dull. Apart from the occasional sex scandal provided by yours truly, nothing happens here.”
“When you like someone proximity is a good thing, regardless of how they feel about you.”
“It’s a crock. The truth is you’re a well put together, knockout of a woman who’s feeling a little insecure about hitting forty. So when a young, virile boy, such as myself flirts with you, you enjoy it. You entice it. You fantasize about what it would be like to be with that young boy on the verge of manhood. ‘Cause it helps you stay feeling attractive. Makes the aging process a little more bearable. Well, let me tell you something. You blew it, lady. Because I’m the best sex you’ll never have.”
“It’s agony. Complete, excruciating agony. It’s like your heart has been ripped out of your chest and stomped on, and you can’t breathe… you don’t want to eat… you can’t function. It’s the most intense pain that you’ll ever feel, and the worst part is, there’s no way to relieve it. It’s unyielding, merciless torture, and you *know* that it’s yours for life.”
“No, not you. Us. I started this year thinking that I had to say good-bye to you, but I was wrong. Dawson, you’re a huge part of my life – past, present, and future – and I have to start getting used to that because… you make my life better, not worse.”
“There’s a fundamental difference between saying you’re gonna change, and actually doing it.”
“Yeah. In three years her above-average SAT scores will grant her admission into a small liberal arts college somewhere in New England where she’ll major in…art history before returning to Manhattan to marry a bond trader she meets some Saturday afternoon at America’s cup watching party. Within a year they move to suburban Connecticut, refurbish an old farm house, and raise three neurotically perfect children.”
“Don’t let yourself get so angry that you stop loving because one day you will wake up from that anger and the person you love won’t be around anymore.”
“This coming from the guy whose past two relationships have ended with the girl either leaving town to avoid prosecution or cool out in crazy camp for the summer?”
“Joey, if our friendship can survive last summer it can survive anything.”
“Well, let me tell you about Dawson. Granted he’s articulate for his age but he’s not exactly mature. He’s the classic only child. He pouts when things don’t go his way and he only sees things in black and white. Anything else confuses him.”
“I have to admit I fell in love twice…first was with you and the second was with the person you became when you were already mine.”