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I started watching Everwood at the start of the second season. I cried so hard during that first episode I watched and I knew I was hooked.
I watched the show faithfully for the last three years and I fell in love with the little town and it's citizens. I laughed with them, cried with them, felt betrayed with them, and got through tough times with them.
When I found out the the show was canceled I nearly cried again. I couldn't believe that they would get rid of such an awesome show.
The series finale was a great send off for a brilliant show, and like that first episode and many others it left me in tears.
Everwood is a great show with real characters who bring you into their homes and you can't help but let them into your hearts.
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