Take Another Little Piece of My Heart, Now, Baby

4/17/2014 4:30 AM PDT, by
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"We joked about [a reunion back] then: 'What’s gonna happen if we do the reunion movie? Jen’s dead'. 'Well, she’ll be in heaven narrating the whole story'. But ultimately, I don’t want to see it. I want it to be that little piece of the ’90s that’s forever in its proper place. And it was a complete story: I know how everyone ended up because of the five-year push in the finale. I love that there are so many people out there that would love to see a reunion. I love that it has a life that has gone on and on beyond its initial run. But I like how we ended it."

--"Dawson's Creek" creator Kevin Williamson on the horror that is never having an opportunity to experience a "Dawson's Creek" reunion in our lives, living solely on the bread rendered from the one and only series finale back in 2003. HOW CAN WE EVEN GO ON AS A MODERN CIVILIZATION? 
 
Anyone else feel the compulsion to go ahead and dust off the old Netflix so they can rewatch the whole entire series all over again, for -- what -- the 3rd or 4th time now?

This is sad news, guys. Honorable, of course, that Kevin and company refuses to exploit another '90s treasure solely for monetary gain, but it's still somewhat like dangling that damn hot dog in front of your animal -- with no intentions of giving it to him -- and expecting him not to salivate to flood the floors. 

Sad, sad news.  

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