Episode 302, originally aired October 6, 1999
Pacey: Marc seems like a pretty nice guy. What's he in here for anyway?
Andie: That's private, Pacey.
Pacey: Come on, it's just us.
Andie: Let's not talk about Marc, please?
Pacey: Well, it just seems a little odd. I mean, you guys seem to be so close yet you never mentioned him in any of your letters or your emails...
Joey: Pacey, drop the male jealousy thing.
Pacey: It's a long walk home, Potter.
Andie: Is that what this is about? You're jealous?
Pacey: How can I not be Andie? I've spent months counting the moments until I'd get to see you again, and the thought of some other guy getting to see you every day, and hear your stories, and eat dinner with you just kills me.
Joey: Finally, the reunion kiss we've all been waiting for so . . . . let's go.
Pacey: Personally, I think I've seen enough. What do you say we get out of here?
Joey: I agree.
Andie: Nope, we're here. We're staying put.
Joey: Do you see what I see?
Mitch: Wide receiver, Jack McPhee.
Pacey: When did this happen?
Joey: News to me.
Andie: Jen's a cheerleader? Jack's on the football team? I got sane and everyone else went crazy?
Joey: Well, I don't think we'll be attending any more pep rallies any time soon.
Pacey: Probably not.
Joey: Thanks for the ride.
Pacey: No problem.
Joey: Pacey, you probably don't want to hear this right now, and I'm sure you don't want to hear it from me, but you have to talk to her. Pacey: No, not right now. I couldn't even look at her right now. Joey: You have to, Pacey. You have to hear her out.
Pacey: Why? What's the difference, Joey, huh? No matter what she says the ending's still the same. She slept with somebody else.
Joey: You think that just because the two of you were together what she did hurts more? It doesn't. There's no difference, Pacey, I mean... Look, she's sixteen years old and so are you. We talk like we know what's going on, but we don't. We don't have any idea. Look, we're really young and we're gonna screw up a lot! You know, we're going to keep changing our minds and ... and sometimes even our hearts. And through all of that, the only real thing we can offer each other is forgiveness. And I couldn't do that. Or at least I did it too late. Don't let yourself get so angry that you stop loving because one day you wake up from that anger and the person you love will be gone.