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Featuring illustrations by Jillian Barthold The first coming-of-age series for millennial consumption, Dawson's Creek created one of the most iconic memes before the word "meme" was mainstream. On January 20, 1998, the Capeside High School class of 2001 came into our lives. Dawson's Creek centered around the titular star--a white man with a lot of privilege--who proved to be anything but our hero. Our heroes were Jen Lindley, the "big city vixen" who turned out to be the third-wave feminist we desperately needed; Pacey Witter, the "lovable loser" and underdog we rooted for the entire series; and Joey Potter, the "poor tomboy" from the wrong side of the Creek who demonstrated what personal strength and independence could accomplish. Pulling quotes from all six seasons, I Remember Everything dissects the main themes of Dawson's Creek sex, mental health, relationships, classism, queerness, and much, much more. Erin Hensley and Julia Callahan, hosts of the podcast Dawson's Critique, break down why we still can't get enough of this iconic show.
About the Author
Erin Hensley. Angelena. National Park adventure pass holder. Del Taco Enthusiast. Small town museum hopper. Banana Slug. Leo. Julia Callahan has watched the entirety of Dawson's Creek at least six times. When not rewatching the six part season finale of Season 3, she can be found wandering the streets of Los Angeles searching for the perfect bookstore to get lost in. Don't ask her how many San Francisco Giants tattoos she has, it might get too intimate. She's never met a free bourbon she's said no to. She follows too many cat instagram accounts. Jillian Barthold is an artist originally from nowhere, but currently living in Portland, OR. Her personal work often centers around her relationship to objects and spaces. She collects many things, spends as much time as possible in bodies of water, loves a long road trip, once wore glitter every day for a year, and was always team Pacey.