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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
          (84 more)

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From "Everwood: Just Like in the Movies (#2.9)" (2003)
Tommy Callahan: [Amy moves through the crowd, carrying a cup and her coat, clearly bored. She walks past Tommy Callahan, not noticing he's there. She sits down on some steps] You still in a hurry? Three sightings in two days. It's gotta mean something.
Amy Abbott: Sorry. I didn't see you there.
[She gets up, away from Tommy]
Tommy Callahan: It's OK.
[She turns back towards Tommy]
Tommy Callahan: I'm Tommy, by the way.
Amy Abbott: Yeah, I know who you are.
Tommy Callahan: You know, you probably shouldn't drink that. Alcohol doesn't mix well with, um... you know, you could get really sick.
Amy Abbott: Yeah, I know. It's soda. And it's actually none of your business, so...
Tommy Callahan: Sorry. I didn't mean to be an ass. I just - I... I usually don't know anything worth anything, so when I do, I have to say it.
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