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|Dawson's Creek - The Complete Second Season|
Actors: James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes, Michelle Williams, Joshua Jackson, Mary-Margaret Humes
Directors: Arlene Sanford, Bethany Rooney, David Petrarca, David Semel, David Straiton
Genres: Drama, Television
The saga continues in this thought-provoking second season. Set in Capeside, a small coastal town near Boston, "Dawson's Creek" tells the story of five teenagers struggling through adolesence. Dawson Leary (James Van Der B... more »
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Second season: One of the best seasons.
jen | England,U.K | 11/09/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I'm a massive Dawson's Creek fan, always will be. If you ask me, season two is right up there on the top seasons list. Not only is this the season that everything begins to spark up but we see a lot of action happening on the creek as it's the season right after the first and everythings just starting to stir up. Season two is definitely one of my favourites because of its high entertainment. "Roswell High" star Jason Behr gest stars in a few episodes this season as Chris Wolf who becomes Jen Lindley's new love interest. Also you will see guest appearances by Rachael Leigh Cook as the naked model Devon, Scott Wolf as Clifford Elliot. This season is also the peak of Capeside's bitchiest character,Abby Morgan played by "Crime & Punishment in Surberbia" star Monica Keena.(I think that was the same of her film). The season also welcomes the new brother/sister duo, Jack & Andie Mc Phee. Believe me this season has so much going on that it's a MUST have!! Seriously, you must purchase this.
So what are the highlights of this season? Well without giving away too much detail, we witness:* A tragic death.
* Someone comes out of the closet.
* Pacey finds himself a girlfriend.
* "That" certain teacher returns.
* Jen Lindley switches back to her New York ways.
* Something happens to the Ice House.
* Dawson Leery directs his "Creek Daze" movie.
* The ups and downs of Joey Potter & Dawson Leery's relationship....So there you have some wonderful times on the creek. Overall, season two is a great season if you like lots of action and wanna begin to see those high school students grow up in the fictional sleepy town of Capeside! A MUST HAVE FOR HARDCORE DAWSON'S CREEK FANS... Won't regret it!! You'll reminse those sad,happy,funny and emotional times on the creek and of course remember how they coped on growing up..Take a walk down memory lane!"
C. Coleman | New York | 07/13/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Dawsons creek has to be one of my all time favorite TV shows, and season 2 was probably my favourite. With that in mind I cannot begin to tell you how awful this set is. What is wrong with you WB? Have you no respect for the fans of the show? No pride in what you put on the shelves? These sets are intended as keepsakes for people to remember the show.
The picture quality is almost as bad as the first season, but the real thing which is going to make me return this dvd is the replaced music. What WB or whoever made the changes obviously does not understand is that the music was a very very important part of the show, and scenes and episodes are connected to certain songs for all the fans. Well not with this DVD.Why can't Dawsons Creek get the same respect and treatment on DVD that shows like Buffy, or Smallville, or countless other shows get on DVD? Raise the price $10 or $20 - fans will pay it if you make it worthwhile - which its currently is not.I'm not going to purchase any more seasons of dawson creek until they stop with the cheap crap they are putting out and release a proper DVD set."
Dawson's Creek: Season Two
C. Coleman | 12/30/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)
"You should never change the music on a show! Especially Dawson's Creek where the music was part of the show and not just background. This DVD is appalling! Though the shows are technically the same, the music changes everything. I hope they don't mutilate the following seasons!"
~*~* Who Says Music Doesn't Matter ~*
Tara Plumeri | Virginia | 06/16/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"~* First I Just want to say music aside this was an enduring and heart warming season. It remains my top favorite season of Dawsons Creek.
However, yes I was saddened by all the big musical losses namely Tori Amos's "Northern Lad", Sophie B Hawkins, "Lose Your Way" & Billie Myers, "Kiss the Rain" !! I can't think of another TV show that relied on the music to compliment the mood of the acting ...it was a symbotic relationship that made the CREEK what it is to the fans ! To cut so much ..is very noticable.
All most every single song was altered .. a total count of 93 songs were lost and replaced by seemingly inferior ones!
"The Season Two DVD set will contain new music not heard during the actual broadcast airings. While Dawson's Creek fans will surely be upset by this, unfortunately this had to be done. Faced with the exorbitant prices of licensing music just for the DVD release, the show decided to replace some of the songs. This allowed Columbia/Tri-Star to release the set at an affordable price for all fans.
Dawson's Creek executive producer Paul Stupin, with collaboration from co-producer Drew Matich, and music supervisor John McCullough, selected the replacement songs"
Here is the Complete List of all of the Songs left off!!
A whopping total of 93 Songs -- YIKES !!
"The Lost Songs"
EPISODE Guide ..
"Sway" -Bic Runga
"Get 'Em Outta Here" -Sprung Monkey
"Kiss The Rain" -Billie Myers
"Save Tonight" -Eagle-Eye Cherry
#203 "Alternative Lifestyles"
"Flagpole Sitta" - Harvey Danger
"Four Eyes" - Sozzi
"Swan Song" - Bruce Hornsby
"The Party's Over" - Catie Curtis
"WooHoo" - Newsboys
#204 "Tamara's Return"
"Harvest Moon" - Donna Lewis
"Breathe" - Colony
"Half As Good" - Zoe
"Northern Lad" - Tori Amos
"And On A Rainy Night" - Shawn Mullins
"Each Little Mystery" - Seven Mary Three
#205 "Full Moon Rising"
"Catch The Moon" - Marc Jordan
"Secret Smile" - Semisonic
#206 "The Dance"
"Special" - Garbage
"Take Me Home" - Donna Lewis
"If You Sleep" - Tal Bachman
"Sell Out" - Reel Big Fish
"She's So High" - Tal Bachman
#207 "The All-Nighter"
"Hold On To Me" - Cowboy Junkies
"Candy In The Sun" - Swirl 360
"Losering" - Whiskeytown
"Nobody But Me" - Save Ferris
#208 "The Reluctant Hero"
"This Is Who I Am" - Shooter
"Hope" - R.E.M.
"Celebrity Skin" - Hole
"Got You (Where I Want You)" - The Flys
#209 "The Election"
Amnesia" - Chumbawamba
"Slingshots" - Morley
"Troubled Mind" - Catie Curtis
"You Look So Fine" - Garbage
#210 "High Risk Behavior"
"Hey Now Now" - Swirl 360
"The World Is New" - Save Ferris
"Please" - Chris Isaak
"Anything But Down" - Sheryl Crow
"Lover Lay Down" - Dave Matthews Band
#211 "Sex, She Wrote"
"Human Beings" - Seal
"Life's A Bitch" - Shooter
You Get What You Give" - New Radicals
#212 "Uncharted Waters"
Watch Your Step" - Matthew Ryan
If I Had A Boat" - Lyle Lovett
I'm Cool" - Reel Big Fish
C'est La Vie" - B*Witched
Peace In The Water" - Robynn Ragland
Best Of Me" - Far Too Jones
This Pain" - Adam Cohen
#214 "To Be Or Not To Be..."
"Slide" - Goo Goo Dolls
"I Do" - Lisa Loeb
"Walk Slow" - Chris Isaak
"Smoke" - Natalie Imbruglia
"In My Life" - Trina Hamlin
#215 "...That Is The Question"
"Tell Me" - Audra & Alayna
"Waterfall" - The Din Pedals
"Where Are You Tonight?" - The Devlins
"Reckless" - The Devlins
"Intimacy" - The Corrs
#216 "Be Careful What You Wish For"
"Give Up Giving In" - Amanda Marshall
"Freak Of The Week" - Marvelous 3
"Maria" - Blondie
"Frozen Charlotte" - Natalie Merchant
#217 "Psychic Friends"
"Completely Pleased" - Semisonic
"Run-around" - Blues Traveler
"I Could Be The One" - Donna Lewis
"Life Is Sweet" - Natalie Merchant
"How" - Lisa Loeb
#218 "The Perfect Wedding"
"All Mine" - Dance Hall Crashers
"Little Differences" - Save Ferris
"Shimmer" - Shawn Mullins
"You" - Shelby Starner
"Any Lucky Penny" - Nikki Hassman
#219 "Rest In Peace"
"Life's A Bitch" - Shooter
"So Young" - The Corrs
"Whatever Makes You Happy" - Paul Westerberg
"It's Over Now" - Neve
"Magic" - Ben Folds Five
"To Be Loved" - Curtis Stigers
"Lose Your Way" - Sophie B. Hawkins
"Mania" - Babel Fish
"This Is Where It Ends" - Barenaked Ladies
"Chasing You" - Seven Mary Three
"Ready For A Fall" - P.J. Olsson
"Everything Changes" - Bridget Benenate
"Goin' Our Way" - Gus
"Cry Ophelia" - Adam Cohen
"Paper Cup" - Heather Nova
"London Rain" - Heather Nova
"Chrome" - Matthew Ryan
#222 "Parental Discretion Advised"
"Hit So Hard" - Hole
"Why I'm Here" - Oleander
"Letting Go" - Sozzi
"Moon Beneath My Feet" - Kim Stockwood
"Music enhances everything around us -- it is especially so when we experience music in film. Music is the backdrop that helps draw the audience inside a scene, striking an emotional chord that exists in all of us."