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....
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
I have been watching this show since they aired the pilot episode in 2002. And I have been a fan ever since. However don't expect this to be a sugarcoated "fan commentary". If I have to get real, then i will.
I enjoy Everwood because I am a big fan of drama, which Everwood is usually full of. There were eps advertised and you'd think it'd be a 7th Heaven-esque type of episode, but every ep has a point or a twist. Gregory as Ephram is very funny, in his own sarcastic way, very melodramatic. And he's cute to boot. The storyline is fantastic, and the characters continue to develop. I'll admit that sometimes the drama is a little over the top and unrealistic, but that's why we watch TV right? I also enjoy the characters Dr. Andy Brown, Amy, and Amy's father Dr.Abbott. Dr. Brown, for his eccentricity. I look at him as a lost soul, sort of. He seems torn between many things, which makes him interesting. It also gives his character the ability to develop. Amy for her realness. She's in the spotlight, with her father the town's family doctor and her mom the mayor(or something to that effect) of Everwood. However, she's not a goody-goody Lucy Camden. Neither is she the rebellious Mary. She's real. Period. Dr. Abbott for his sarcastic remarks, like Ephram. He hides his true feelings, fears, and beliefs behind a wall of tough love, and somber, yet funny, jokes. That's saying a lot considering I'm 17. The rest of the cast rounds out the show very well. And temporary characters, such as Colin Hart and Madison make for good plot. Overall, the show is entertainment well done, and that's very rare.
If you're missing this show, you're missing out on a good piece of meat. When everyone else is serving appetizers, this shows serves up the entire meal.
I might be saying this just because I'm hungry, lol.
Watch the show if you haven't. And continue to support it if you have. EVERWOOD ROX!
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