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The Kissing Bridge 

"The Kissing Bridge" is an episode of Everwood starring Treat Williams, Gregory Smith, and Emily VanCamp. Dr. Brown and Dr. Abbott must put their striking differences aside to educate the town of Everwood after several of their teen-aged patients are diagnosed with a sexually transmitted ... See full summary »

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... Dr. Andrew ''Andy'' Brown
... Ephram Brown
... Amy Abbott
... Edna Harper
... Irv Harper
... Delia Brown
... Bright Abbott
... Dr. Harold Abbott
... Brenda Baxworth
... Rose Abbott
... Wendell
... Magilla
... Louise (as Jan Felt)
Valerie Welcker ... Kayla
Katie Millar ... Page
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Dr. Brown and Dr. Abbott must put their striking differences aside to educate the town of Everwood after several of their teen-aged patients are diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease. To make sensitive matters worse, Dr. Abbott has reason to suspect that his son Bright may have been intimate with one of the patients. Meanwhile, Ephram pushes his romantic feelings aside to comfort Amy, who is distraught over not being able to go to the Fall Dance with her boyfriend, as he is still comatose. Written by Alex

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7 October 2002 (USA)  »

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Hi Ephram... Ouch !!
27 January 2015 | by See all my reviews

As much as I like this series so far (I'm just at season 1, episode 4), I sometimes want to slap Ephram right across the face for having a chip on his shoulder and being so hostile towards his father! So.. do all doctors' sons really feel like that? Simply unable to accept that their parent may sometimes be absent due to the unpredictable nature of their work?? It's not like Dr.Brown was out in New York spending time with a mistress or a second family or something! I'm glad Greg Berlanti could come up with a clever and heartfelt drama like this, but Ephram is just too one-dimensional. And the way he acted out towards Amy in this episode.. gosh..! Snappy, sullen and sharp-tongued.. such a difficult boy!!! But of course, he's just a teenager and at that age supposedly unable to cope any better with what he's facing.. If I was also like this back then, how silly I must have looked :) Watching relational dramas like this makes me appreciate adulthood, lol.


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