Jen: What about you, Joe? Are you a virgin?
Joey: You kidding? Years ago. Trucker named Bubba.
While Joey is talking to the Mugger in the hospital room, her hair frequently changes very suddenly between shots from being tucked behind her ears to hanging in front of them. This goes on during the entire scene; and towards the end as the Mugger dies her hair goes from being in front of her ears, to next shot of her hair being tucked behind her ears but not crying, to next shot of her hair being behind ears, pushed back off the forehead and she is openly crying with tears streaming down from both eyes. The changes are too sudden to be realistic, and at this point her hands are in her lap wrapped in her jacket. See more...
During this scene, Joey is giving her Graduation speech. At the end of the speech, she asks that everyone 'take a part of Capeside with them on their way through life'. Alan Cross wrote this speech, and Katie Holmes acted it about 99% of the original script. But she requested a slight change at the end. Originally, Alan had written the speech to be more personal about Joey, and end with her asking everyone to 'take a memory of me with you as you go through life'. But Katie Holmes felt that it shouldn't really be about her, but more about the spirit of the Community, the Class and the town of Capeside. So she had the speech changed at the end to say 'take Capeside with you wherever you go' instead. See more...
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|Original entry||When Jen comes through Dawson's bedroom window (near the end), a GhostFace mask from the "Scream" series can be seen on the shelf Dawson uses for his movie props. One of the "Creek" creators, Kevin Williamson was the independent writer of the original "Scream." It's even plausible that this is an actual mask from the movie.|