You Had Me At Goodbye is the 7th episode on Season 4 of WB teen drama Dawson's Creek.


MEREDITH MONROE'S FAREWELL EPISODE – While Jen is branded as a pariah, Joey (Katie Holmes) is once again torn between the men in her life facing the conundrum over choosing between Dawson (James Van Der Beek) and Pacey (Joshua Jackson) to write her college application peer recommendation from "The Person Who Knows You Best" and Andie gets the opportunity of a lifetime.


Andie recovers and returns home. She has frequent visits from Pacey, which incurs jealousy with Joey. While trying to figure out what she wants in life, she takes her father up on spending the rest of the year in Italy with his sister, Georgia McPhee. Jack and Jen are not speaking, and before leaving, Andie arranges for a dinner with the gang and tells them to mend fences.


James Van Der Beek as Dawson Leery
Katie Holmes as Joey Potter
Michelle Williams as Jen Lindley
Joshua Jackson as Pacey Witter
Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee
Meredith Monroe as Andie McPhee[1]
John Wesley Shipp as Mitch Leery
Mary Beth Peil as Evelyn Ryan

Special Guest Stars

Sasha Alexander as Gretchen Witter
Mark Matkevich as Drue Valentine
Harve Presnell as Arthur Brooks

Guest starring

David Dukes as Joseph McPhee[2]
Carolyn Hennesy as Mrs. Valentine


  • Pacey tells Andie that they will miss her optimism and enthusiasm


wonderful | EVERCLEAR
Pacey and Andie in her room
freedom from shame | MICHELLE CUMMINGS
two wrongs and a right | THE NORMALS
i will remember you | SARAH MCLACHLAN
Farewell dinner


Notes and references

  1. This is the last episode to feature Andie McPhee as a main character on the series
  2. This episode is dedicated at the end to David Dukes who sadly passed away in October 2000
    In Loving Memory
    David Dukes
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