Season 6, Episode 20: Catch-22

You don't think I'm capable of being the bigger person here?
I know that you are the bigger person. I just think you're underestimating how small he can be.

Aired: Wednesday, April 23, 2003

Rating: 2.4/4


Written by Laura Glasser
Directed by Robert Duncan McNeill

Special guest star Oliver Hudson as Eddie Doling

Guest starring
Roger Howarth as Professor Greg Hetson
Dana Ashbrook as Rich Rinaldi
Sarah Shahi as Sadia Shaw
Greg Rikaart as David
Irene Ziegler as secretary
Chris Snyder as co-worker
Melissa Claire Egan as waitress
J. Matthew Stevens as random hot guy
John Copeman as stunt coordinator
David Shumbris as Pacey stunt double
Featured music
"Just a Boy (For Now)" by Nemochrome ("The Dean can bite me.")
"East of Anywhere" by Lamya ("That is definitely one of the better ways to start the day.")
"Blue Streak Cadillac" by Katrina Carlson ("I want every moment we spend together this summer to be historic.")
"Love in Vain" by Steve Tannen ("I have a serious Tom Cruise/Vampire Lestat fantasy that I need to fulfill while I'm still young.")
"Radio" by Crushing Velvet ("I might just have to implement a rule that limits you to only one writer's grave per country.")
"Promised" by Brian Sullivan ("I've felt sick to my stomach all day.")
"Soda Jerk" by Buffalo Tom (ending song)

Originally, the following storyline was supposed to be in this episode, but it looks like it was modified at the last minute:

Pacey is ordered by his superiors to sell stock owned by his biggest client just days before a federal ruling, but the consequences are severe when Pacey is accused of insider trading and realizes that the money he invested for Dawson is gone.