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Amy Abbott (Character)
from "Everwood" (2002)

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  1. "Everwood"
        - Foreverwood: Part 2 (2006) TV episode, Played by Emily VanCamp
        - Foreverwood: Part 1 (2006) TV episode, Played by Emily VanCamp
        - Goodbye, Love (2006) TV episode, Played by Emily VanCamp
        - Reckoning (2006) TV episode, Played by Emily VanCamp
        - Enjoy the Ride (2006) TV episode, Played by Emily VanCamp
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From "Everwood: Just Like in the Movies (#2.9)" (2003)
Tommy Callahan: [Cut to a record store. Tommy and Amy are browsing. Tommy picks out a Leonard Cohen vinyl] This guy is my hero - poet turned songwriter turned Buddhist. Went from living a completely indulgent musician's lifestyle that took him all over the world to monking out on Mount Baldy. "Chelsea Hotel" is just about the most amazing song ever written. You need to own this album.
Amy Abbott: I don't have a record player. Does it come in a CD?
Tommy Callahan: How can you not have a record player? This pains me.
Amy Abbott: Well, it's not like they're that easy to find. Where did you get yours?
Tommy Callahan: My grandma left me hers after she died. That's the only thing I ever got from anyone.
Amy Abbott: What about for Christmas or your birthday or whatever?
Tommy Callahan: Uh, I don't want to bum you out with the details of my, uh, "E! True Hollywood Story."
[beat]
Tommy Callahan: But I wouldn't mind hearing yours.
Amy Abbott: I don't have any sad stories.
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