After Kevin Williamson turned the horror genre on its ear with the stratospherically successful Scream, he became the writer he'd always dreamed of becoming -- John Hughes. Drawing heavily from his own childhood, Williamson created Dawson's Creek, the most dead-on portrayal of teen angst this side of My So-Called Life. The series centered on Dawson Leery (James Van Der Beek) and Joey Potter (Katie Holmes), two 15-year-olds dancing the thin line between friendship and relationship while navigating the hormonally charged maze that is modern high school life. Dawson's Creek also thrived thanks to Joshua Jackson (The Mighty Ducks) and Michelle Williams (Dick), two young actors who adeptly handled Williamson's hyperverbal scripts and made them sound somehow believable. The star, however, is Holmes, who came of age in Ang Lee's The Ice Storm and continues to mature throughout the series, ultimately overshadowing the eponymous Dawson as the show's true protagonist. This three-disc set includes all 13 episodes from the Creek's debut season, plus commentary by Williamson and the featurette "Dawson's Creek: From Day One."