With Jen in the hospital, the gang tries not to be too sad about it. Dawson helps Jen make a video for her infant daughter, asking her to never stop loving and dreaming. Jen also asks Joey as her last wish to end the chasing and running and to settle down. Jack tells Jen that she's his soul mate and asks to raise baby Amy for her. Jen finally passes away and while mourning the death of their close friend, the gang has to move on. Doug tells Jack he's willing to spend his life with him and wants to help raise Amy. Joey breaks up with Chris over the phone while she tries to decide whom she will choose: Dawson or Pacey. After Jen's funeral, Pacey suddenly tells Joey that she's "off the hook". Pacey explains to Joey that despite his endless love for her, he can't hold her back any more. Since both Joey and Pacey had troubled and painful childhoods and adolescence's (Joey with her mother's death from cancer and her father's imprisonment for drug trafficking, and Pacey with his outrageously...
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When Grandma wakes up in the hospital room and looks at Jen, she checks her pulse using her thumb. As a former nurse, she would know a thumb has a pulse, so whatever she is checking would appear to have a pulse. See more
[Jen and Jack's final scene
Jen I want her. I want her. I don't know what you and Grams have discussed.
Grams is aware of her own situation, her health and all. We both think that you would make an excellent father. Now Jack, please help Amy to find a place to be. I feel like I never really quite fit in.
Which is why we're us.
I know. I mean from the second that I stepped out of that cab onto the creek I was the instigator, you know, the girl who caused problems and rocked the creek and upset ...
The two final episodes (6.23 & 6.24) when broadcast were limited to the usual 44 minutes per episode, but the DVD release presents the full 106-minute edit of the series finale. See more
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