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Analyzing the Creek Dawson Leary throughout a majority of the show is pretty indecisive about the numerous issues with which he is faced He spends a great amount of time in the middle of the Identity Moratorium and Identity Achievement states during this episode From the moment the first scene appears on the television screen you are greeted by the image of a blond-haired blue-eyed male adolescent who speaks as though he is actually twice his age He is somewhat entranced by a blond-haired blue-eyed overly-promiscuous female adolescent named Eve You can see that he is interested in her but is surprised and somewhat overwhelmed by her frankness and overpowering demeanor He has always lived up to the good boy reputation that he has made for himself throughout the years Now he has this girl who he met just a week ago in front of him He knows that she is totally wrong for him and that she is trouble in the making but he cannot help but to think that maybe she is what he wants Eve is everything that Dawson has never been the whole concept of right versus wrong excites him to a certain extent and now he has to make a decision between the two He allows Eve to manipulate him into thinking and doing things that he normally would never do When she gives him a copy of the PSAT he jumps at the chance to bring his friends in on the jewel When the test turns up missing he immediately blames his friends but allows them to make the decision to return the test anonymously He trusts his friends enough to believe that they will return the test When he finds that no one has confessed to swiping the test Eve hints to him that Pacey was the culprit Dawson allows her to manipulate him into believing that Pacey actually did it He and Pacey get into
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