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"Everwood" (2002)
So touching, meaningful, educational and extremely enjoyable!, 14 February 2009
10/10

I only watched the 3rd and 4th seasons (after reading about the first two), but loved every second spent living it. I said living it because you are so drawn into the plot, maybe because it feels so real, real stories from real people, who make mistakes and learn from them, are rewarded from every effort they make into building a relationship, and make choices which defines the path they will cross. We can only cross one path in our lives, and it's a one way street. This series show us the routes taken by these peoples, and the decisions made at every junction shape their lives. Bottom line, the whole series is highly recommended for everyone, especially to the target audience: young people who can relate to the characters in both age and what life asks of them, which is to make life-shaping decisions, and are asked to choose a path to walk on, while being aware of the difficulties each road presents.

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Another great episode..., 14 February 2009
10/10

I already watched the whole 3rd and 4th seasons, and I still get amazed at every episode. They are so meaningful, with lots of life lessons, and I guess we are so drawn into the plot because it's so real, these are like real stories from real people, where they make mistakes and learn from them, and make choices which defines the direction of their lives, and ultimately the path they will cross. We can only cross one path our whole lives, and here we see the routes these characters follow, and the decisions made at every junction shape their lives. Regarding this episode, it's surprising how an episode which was bound to be sad (and therefore not of my liking), turned out to be so touching yet enjoyable. Bottom line, the whole series is highly recommended for everyone, especially to the target audience: young people who can relate to the characters in both age and what life asks of them, which is to make life-shaping decisions, and are asked to choose a path to walk on, while being aware of the difficulties each road presents.