After their house has been sold, Nina and Sam temporarily move in with the Browns. Wanting to take care of an unresolved issue in his life before he can propose to Nina, Andy takes a mysterious trip....
Ephram talks Kyle into accepting the invitation of a pretty classmate to go to a school dance, but when Kyle has a terrible evening, Ephram finally faces his suspicions that Kyle may be gay. Feeling ...
While packing up her house and preparing to leave Everwood with Jake, Nina tells Hannah that she knows Andy bought an engagement ring for her. Hannah convinces Nina to sneak into the house while the ...
When Manhattan surgeon Andrew 'Andy' Brown is widowed, he decides to start a whole new life in the idyllic Colorado town Everwood, but gets more than he bargained for - it takes an eternity for a city-boy to fit in the small community, which already had a popular physician, and it's even worse for his unearthed kids, whom he must now parent alone: Ephram, a sensitive kid and gifted pianist, and his little sister Delia. As they all get to know Everwood people and each other better, relationships develop and change. Written by
During the 4th season, two finales were filmed. One to be used if the show got picked up for a 5th season and the other if the show was being canceled. They ended up using the series finale. The alternate ending involved Madison Sarah Lancaster returning to town to find Ephram just as he was about to see Amy. She was supposed to be a part of season five, because her show, What About Brian (2006), was not expected to be picked up for season two, but it was. See more »
[Dr. L. Abbott is doodling an Alfalfa Gets Geronimo'd stick figure with an arrow through its head as Louise's voice drones ever onwards into somnolent bliss]
The proliferation of 15 minute coffee breaks to include more than three per day or the extension of said breaks to encompass greater than 20 minutes of downtime in the span of a three hour period should be avoided.
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I tend to get caught up in these "teen" dramas. I didn't want to start watching another "teen" drama like I did with 90210 and Dawson's Creek, but one day a few episodes into the first season I caught an episode. It was good. Figures. The thing different about this, than Dawson's Creek, was a larger focus on the adults of the show. Other shows would have adults and sometimes they would be a big focus, but they weren't every day characters. I like how "Everwood" is like that. I didn't get into this show for a while because I was still watching the creek. Finally after an "Everwood" marathon, I said forget it I am going to watch this. I caught up on missed episodes and watched this season fresh.
The show is about a family (The Browns) who move to Everwood, CO from New York after the death of their mother. The father was a brain surgeon and one of the best in the country. He didn't spend much time with his family, so after the move there was allot of rebuilding. There were many fights between Andy Brown (father) and Ephram Brown (son). There is also Delia Brown (little sister). Andy starts a free clinic and competes (so to speak) with the only doctor in town, Harold Abbott. There is Ephram's odd relationship with Amy Abbott. I am not going to go into it all because there is really allot, but I wanted to give a basic idea.
This show does a good job of exploring both the teen and parent lives. It has high quality episodes that are good for all ages and tackles important topics, like all "teen" dramas do. I would recommend this as a good show for all people to watch. Just because it is a "teen" drama doesn't mean you have to be a teen to enjoy or understand it.
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