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Set in a breathtaking town in the Rocky Mountains, the emotional center of Everwood is the visceral, often heartbreaking relationship between a father and son. Dr. Andrew Brown (Treat Williams) led a lucrative practice in New York City as a world-renowned neurosurgeon — until his loving wife died and his life changed forever. Faced with the daunting task of raising his kids, Andy moves his young daughter and wayward teenage son to an out-of-the-way town nestled deep in the Rockies, where surgical statistics mean little, where a grieving heart can start to mend, and where Andy can become the kind of doctor — and father — his wife would have wanted him to be. In Everwood, it's possible that small-town values can survive in a rapidly changing world. Both kids are deeply affected by the loss of their mother, but while 9-year-old Delia (Vivien Cardone) adjusts quickly to her new surroundings, the sudden shift in everything he knows is hardest on 15-year-old Ephram (Gregory Smith).

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Set in a breathtaking town in the Rocky Mountains, the emotional center of Everwood is the visceral, often heartbreaking relationship between a father and son. Dr. Andrew Brown (Treat Williams) led a lucrative practice in New York City as a world-renowned neurosurgeon — until his loving wife died and his life changed forever. Faced with the daunting task of raising his kids, Andy moves his young daughter and wayward teenage son to an out-of-the-way town nestled deep in the Rockies, where surgical statistics mean little, where a grieving heart can start to mend, and where Andy can become the kind of doctor — and father — his wife would have wanted him to be. In Everwood, it's possible that small-town values can survive in a rapidly changing world. Both kids are deeply affected by the loss of their mother, but while 9-year-old Delia (Vivien Cardone) adjusts quickly to her new surroundings, the sudden shift in everything he knows is hardest on 15-year-old Ephram (Gregory Smith).

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    Pilot

    After the death of his wife, Dr. Andrew "Andy" Brown (series star Treat Williams) trades his career as a world-renowned neurosurgeon for an opportunity to be a better parent and move his two children, 9-year-old Delia (series star Vivien Cardone) and 15-year-old Ephram (series star Gregory Smith) to Everwood, Colorado. The sudden shift is hardest on Ephram, who resents all the years his father lavished on his career at the expense of his family. When Andy opens a free medical clinic for the citizens of Everwood, people think that he is crazy, but a local woman, Edna (series star Debra Mooney), quickly applies for a job as his nurse and office manager. Edna's son, Dr. Harold Abbott, the only other doctor in town, is disturbed by the competition and forbids his children, 15-year-old Amy (series star Emily VanCamp) and 17-year-old Bright from associating with the Brown family. Traditions transform overnight for the residents of Everwood, as recounted by the school bus driver, Mr. Irv.

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    After the death of his wife, Dr. Andrew "Andy" Brown (series star Treat Williams) trades his career as a world-renowned neurosurgeon for an opportunity to be a better parent and move his two children, 9-year-old Delia (series star Vivien Cardone) and 15-year-old Ephram (series star Gregory Smith) to Everwood, Colorado. The sudden shift is hardest on Ephram, who resents all the years his father lavished on his career at the expense of his family. When Andy opens a free medical clinic for the citizens of Everwood, people think that he is crazy, but a local woman, Edna (series star Debra Mooney), quickly applies for a job as his nurse and office manager. Edna's son, Dr. Harold Abbott, the only other doctor in town, is disturbed by the competition and forbids his children, 15-year-old Amy (series star Emily VanCamp) and 17-year-old Bright from associating with the Brown family. Traditions transform overnight for the residents of Everwood, as recounted by the school bus driver, Mr. Irv.

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    • EPISODE 2

    The Great Doctor Brown

    Andy and Ephram's fragile relationship is further strained when it appears that Andy is once again giving priority to his work instead of his family. Meanwhile, as the town of Everwood celebrates its annual Fall Thaw Festival, Ephram's interest in Amy continues to develop, and Delia gets into trouble at school for questioning her teacher's antiquated rules.

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    Andy and Ephram's fragile relationship is further strained when it appears that Andy is once again giving priority to his work instead of his family. Meanwhile, as the town of Everwood celebrates its annual Fall Thaw Festival, Ephram's interest in Amy continues to develop, and Delia gets into trouble at school for questioning her teacher's antiquated rules.

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    • EPISODE 3

    Friendly Fire

    Dr. Brown's neighbor and friend Nina (recurring guest star Stephanie Niznik) is ostracized by the townspeople when they discover that she is a surrogate mother for a woman in her mid-50s. Dr. Brown's clumsy attempt to come to Nina's defense only makes the situation worse, but she turns to Dr. Brown and Ephram for help when the baby makes an unexpectedly early arrival. Meanwhile, in order to gain the approval of her friends, Amy cancels her party invitation to Ephram. And Delia tries to befriend the school bully, Magilla (Bret Loehr).

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    Dr. Brown's neighbor and friend Nina (recurring guest star Stephanie Niznik) is ostracized by the townspeople when they discover that she is a surrogate mother for a woman in her mid-50s. Dr. Brown's clumsy attempt to come to Nina's defense only makes the situation worse, but she turns to Dr. Brown and Ephram for help when the baby makes an unexpectedly early arrival. Meanwhile, in order to gain the approval of her friends, Amy cancels her party invitation to Ephram. And Delia tries to befriend the school bully, Magilla (Bret Loehr).

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    • EPISODE 4

    The Kissing Bridge

    Dr. Brown and Dr. Abbott must put aside their differences to educate the town of Everwood after several of their teenaged patients are diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease. To make sensitive matters worse, Dr. Abbott suspects that Bright may have been intimate with one of the patients. Meanwhile, Ephram ignores his romantic feelings in order to comfort Amy. She is distraught over not being able to go to the fall dance with her boyfriend, who has been in a coma since a car accident several months ago.

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    Dr. Brown and Dr. Abbott must put aside their differences to educate the town of Everwood after several of their teenaged patients are diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease. To make sensitive matters worse, Dr. Abbott suspects that Bright may have been intimate with one of the patients. Meanwhile, Ephram ignores his romantic feelings in order to comfort Amy. She is distraught over not being able to go to the fall dance with her boyfriend, who has been in a coma since a car accident several months ago.

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    • EPISODE 5

    Deer God

    After a lost deer makes its home in the Browns' backyard, Dr. Brown insists on accompanying Ephram while he helps the animal return to the wilderness. Meanwhile, Ephram finally admits to Amy that he never asked his father to consider operating on her comatose boyfriend. Also, Delia questions the existence of God.

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    After a lost deer makes its home in the Browns' backyard, Dr. Brown insists on accompanying Ephram while he helps the animal return to the wilderness. Meanwhile, Ephram finally admits to Amy that he never asked his father to consider operating on her comatose boyfriend. Also, Delia questions the existence of God.

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    • EPISODE 6

    The Doctor Is In

    Amy is heartbroken--and Ephram is furious--when Dr. Brown decides against performing a risky operation on Amy's comatose boyfriend. Meanwhile, Delia is forbidden from playing with her only friend, Magilla (recurring guest star Bret Loehr), after his parents witness them playing dress-up. And a traveling psychologist, Dr. Trott (Jane Krakowski - "Ally McBeal"), creates an uproar in the Everwood community.

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    Amy is heartbroken--and Ephram is furious--when Dr. Brown decides against performing a risky operation on Amy's comatose boyfriend. Meanwhile, Delia is forbidden from playing with her only friend, Magilla (recurring guest star Bret Loehr), after his parents witness them playing dress-up. And a traveling psychologist, Dr. Trott (Jane Krakowski - "Ally McBeal"), creates an uproar in the Everwood community.

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    • EPISODE 7

    We Hold these Truths

    With the help of his friend and surgical partner from New York, Dr. Brian Holderman (Lamont Thompson), Dr. Brown operates on Amy's comatose boyfriend, Colin (recurring guest star Mike Erwin). Amy relies on Ephram for support as she awaits the outcome. Meanwhile, an emotional Bright admits what actually happened on the day of the car accident.

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    With the help of his friend and surgical partner from New York, Dr. Brian Holderman (Lamont Thompson), Dr. Brown operates on Amy's comatose boyfriend, Colin (recurring guest star Mike Erwin). Amy relies on Ephram for support as she awaits the outcome. Meanwhile, an emotional Bright admits what actually happened on the day of the car accident.

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    • EPISODE 8

    Till Death Do Us Part

    As his wedding anniversary draws near, Dr. Brown loses hope and questions whether he will ever feel like his life is worth living again. Meanwhile, Ephram and Amy share their first kiss during a field trip. And Dr. Abbott has a panic attack when his wife, Rose (recurring guest star Merrilyn Gann), proposes that they take salsa dancing lessons.

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    As his wedding anniversary draws near, Dr. Brown loses hope and questions whether he will ever feel like his life is worth living again. Meanwhile, Ephram and Amy share their first kiss during a field trip. And Dr. Abbott has a panic attack when his wife, Rose (recurring guest star Merrilyn Gann), proposes that they take salsa dancing lessons.

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    • EPISODE 9

    Turf Wars

    Ephram and Delia's grandparents, Grandpa Jacob Hoffman (recurring guest star Mark Rydell) and Nonny Ruth Hoffman (recurring guest star Doris Belack), make an unexpected visit to check on their son-in-law--and they question Dr. Brown's parenting skills. Meanwhile, Ephram sneaks out of the house to see Amy, who is still recovering emotionally from the surgery on her boyfriend, Colin Hart (new series star Mike Erwin).

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    Ephram and Delia's grandparents, Grandpa Jacob Hoffman (recurring guest star Mark Rydell) and Nonny Ruth Hoffman (recurring guest star Doris Belack), make an unexpected visit to check on their son-in-law--and they question Dr. Brown's parenting skills. Meanwhile, Ephram sneaks out of the house to see Amy, who is still recovering emotionally from the surgery on her boyfriend, Colin Hart (new series star Mike Erwin).

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    • EPISODE 10

    Is There a Doctor In the House

    Delia and her grandmother, Nonny Ruth Hoffman (recurring guest star Doris Belack), host a festive birthday party for a grumpy Edna, who hates this particular day of the year. With everyone trapped due to a big snowstorm, Bright collapses from a burst appendix, and Dr. Brown and Dr. Abbott must improvise without a real operating room before the infection spreads. Meanwhile, Dr. Brown and Ephram express months of tension and hurt feelings in front of everyone, and Ephram threatens to move back to New York with his grandparents.

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    Delia and her grandmother, Nonny Ruth Hoffman (recurring guest star Doris Belack), host a festive birthday party for a grumpy Edna, who hates this particular day of the year. With everyone trapped due to a big snowstorm, Bright collapses from a burst appendix, and Dr. Brown and Dr. Abbott must improvise without a real operating room before the infection spreads. Meanwhile, Dr. Brown and Ephram express months of tension and hurt feelings in front of everyone, and Ephram threatens to move back to New York with his grandparents.

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    • EPISODE 11

    A Thanksgiving Tale

    Hoping to cheer up Delia, Ephram tries hard to recreate the Thanksgiving traditions of their mother as the Brown family spends its first holiday without her. Meanwhile, in order to save a patient's life, Dr. Brown must find the man's missing brother, who is believed to live in the woods. And antagonistic Dr. Abbott attempts to befriend the entire town after he has a health scare, and he wonders if anyone would attend his funeral.

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    Hoping to cheer up Delia, Ephram tries hard to recreate the Thanksgiving traditions of their mother as the Brown family spends its first holiday without her. Meanwhile, in order to save a patient's life, Dr. Brown must find the man's missing brother, who is believed to live in the woods. And antagonistic Dr. Abbott attempts to befriend the entire town after he has a health scare, and he wonders if anyone would attend his funeral.

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    • EPISODE 12

    Vegetative State

    When the owner of Everwood's flower shop dies, Dr. Brown discovers that she was growing marijuana in her backyard to help people who were suffering from cancer. Against Dr. Abbott's wishes, his wife, Rose (recurring guest star Merrilyn Gann), stores the marijuana in their basement until the town decides what to do with it. After much debate, the community decides to burn it. Meanwhile, Dr. Brown's neighbor and friend Nina asks for his advice when a teacher suggests that her son, Sam (recurring guest star Ryan Armstrong), take the therapeutic drug Ritalin. Dr. Brown accompanies Nina to the teacher's meeting and voices his opposition to the idea. But after volunteering to watch Sam for an afternoon, he experiences how unruly Sam really is. Also, Amy and the Harts celebrate Colin's homecoming from the hospital by hosting a party. Colin is overwhelmed and frustrated because he still does not remember most of the people there, including Amy, due to his formerly comatose state.

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    When the owner of Everwood's flower shop dies, Dr. Brown discovers that she was growing marijuana in her backyard to help people who were suffering from cancer. Against Dr. Abbott's wishes, his wife, Rose (recurring guest star Merrilyn Gann), stores the marijuana in their basement until the town decides what to do with it. After much debate, the community decides to burn it. Meanwhile, Dr. Brown's neighbor and friend Nina asks for his advice when a teacher suggests that her son, Sam (recurring guest star Ryan Armstrong), take the therapeutic drug Ritalin. Dr. Brown accompanies Nina to the teacher's meeting and voices his opposition to the idea. But after volunteering to watch Sam for an afternoon, he experiences how unruly Sam really is. Also, Amy and the Harts celebrate Colin's homecoming from the hospital by hosting a party. Colin is overwhelmed and frustrated because he still does not remember most of the people there, including Amy, due to his formerly comatose state.

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    • EPISODE 13

    The Price of Fame

    Much to the chagrin of Dr. Abbott, who considers himself Everwood's resident thespian, Dr. Brown begrudgingly auditions for and is offered the lead role in a local production of "The King and I." Meanwhile, Ephram tries to contain his emotions when his intense feelings for Amy are complicated by Colin's desire to be his friend.

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    Much to the chagrin of Dr. Abbott, who considers himself Everwood's resident thespian, Dr. Brown begrudgingly auditions for and is offered the lead role in a local production of "The King and I." Meanwhile, Ephram tries to contain his emotions when his intense feelings for Amy are complicated by Colin's desire to be his friend.

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    • EPISODE 14

    Colin the Second

    Although conflicted by his feelings for Amy, Ephram finds himself serving as confidante and friend to Amy's formerly comatose boyfriend, Colin, who continues to struggle to reclaim his life. Meanwhile, Dr. Brown hopes to convince Ephram to resume the piano lessons he abandoned after his mother's death. Nina (recurring guest star Stephanie Niznik), Dr. Brown's friend, is excited by a visit from her absentee husband, Carl Feeney (Dylan Walsh - "The Lone Ranger" 2003 telefilm), but old tensions return as well. And in a bittersweet moment, Amy and Colin are nominated for homecoming king and queen.

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    Although conflicted by his feelings for Amy, Ephram finds himself serving as confidante and friend to Amy's formerly comatose boyfriend, Colin, who continues to struggle to reclaim his life. Meanwhile, Dr. Brown hopes to convince Ephram to resume the piano lessons he abandoned after his mother's death. Nina (recurring guest star Stephanie Niznik), Dr. Brown's friend, is excited by a visit from her absentee husband, Carl Feeney (Dylan Walsh - "The Lone Ranger" 2003 telefilm), but old tensions return as well. And in a bittersweet moment, Amy and Colin are nominated for homecoming king and queen.

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    • EPISODE 15

    Snow Job

    On a church skiing trip chaperoned by curmudgeonly Dr. Abbott, Amy and Colin share their first kiss since his surgery; Ephram becomes intrigued with Colin's younger sister, Laynie (recurring guest star Nora Zehetner), who has recently returned home from boarding school; and Bright wants to make romantic progress with his girlfriend, Gemma Maxwell (Devon Reilly). Meanwhile, Dr. Brown hesitantly agrees to attend a party for single people with the recently divorced Reverend Thomas Keyes (recurring guest star Tim Dekay).

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    On a church skiing trip chaperoned by curmudgeonly Dr. Abbott, Amy and Colin share their first kiss since his surgery; Ephram becomes intrigued with Colin's younger sister, Laynie (recurring guest star Nora Zehetner), who has recently returned home from boarding school; and Bright wants to make romantic progress with his girlfriend, Gemma Maxwell (Devon Reilly). Meanwhile, Dr. Brown hesitantly agrees to attend a party for single people with the recently divorced Reverend Thomas Keyes (recurring guest star Tim Dekay).

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    • EPISODE 16

    My Funny Valentine

    When traveling psychologist Dr. Gretchen Trott (recurring guest star Jane Krakowski) comes back to town, Dr. Brown realizes how attracted to her he is. In other romantic entanglements, Edna and Irv have difficulty adjusting to life after his heart attack scare; Harold and his wife, Rose (recurring guest star Merrilyn Gann), argue after they attend couples therapy; and Ephram asks Laynie (recurring guest star Nora Zehetner) on their first date, in part to show Amy that he's moving on with his life.

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    When traveling psychologist Dr. Gretchen Trott (recurring guest star Jane Krakowski) comes back to town, Dr. Brown realizes how attracted to her he is. In other romantic entanglements, Edna and Irv have difficulty adjusting to life after his heart attack scare; Harold and his wife, Rose (recurring guest star Merrilyn Gann), argue after they attend couples therapy; and Ephram asks Laynie (recurring guest star Nora Zehetner) on their first date, in part to show Amy that he's moving on with his life.

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    • EPISODE 17

    Everwood Confidential

    Dr. Abbott's dementia-plagued, elderly godfather, Judge Marvin Harrison (Luke Askew), confesses to a murder that took place 30 years ago--and claims that Dr. Abbott's father was his accomplice. Dr. Abbott and Dr. Brown join the investigation in an attempt to find out what really happened and clear the men's reputations. Meanwhile, Ephram can't seem to stop thinking about Amy, causing major problems in his burgeoning relationship with Laynie (recurring guest star Nora Zehetner). Also, Dr. Brown clashes with Ephram's new piano teacher, Matt Lansing (Ian Vogt) over what is best for Ephram.

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    Dr. Abbott's dementia-plagued, elderly godfather, Judge Marvin Harrison (Luke Askew), confesses to a murder that took place 30 years ago--and claims that Dr. Abbott's father was his accomplice. Dr. Abbott and Dr. Brown join the investigation in an attempt to find out what really happened and clear the men's reputations. Meanwhile, Ephram can't seem to stop thinking about Amy, causing major problems in his burgeoning relationship with Laynie (recurring guest star Nora Zehetner). Also, Dr. Brown clashes with Ephram's new piano teacher, Matt Lansing (Ian Vogt) over what is best for Ephram.

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    • EPISODE 18

    The Unveiling

    As the anniversary of his mother's death approaches, Ephram confronts a repressed memory of his father cheating on his mother. The memory causes the existing rift between father and son to escalate into a major emotional event. Meanwhile, Amy worries that Colin might not be recovering as well as everyone thinks when he becomes violently ill on one of their dates.

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    As the anniversary of his mother's death approaches, Ephram confronts a repressed memory of his father cheating on his mother. The memory causes the existing rift between father and son to escalate into a major emotional event. Meanwhile, Amy worries that Colin might not be recovering as well as everyone thinks when he becomes violently ill on one of their dates.

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    • EPISODE 19

    The Miracle of Everwood

    Although Amy and Bright are still in denial regarding Colin's recovery, Ephram can't ignore the negative signs any longer after he witnesses Colin losing control and vandalizing the gym teacher's office. Meanwhile, a New York magazine reporter visits Dr. Brown, hoping to learn the truth of why the famed surgeon is still living in Everwood. And Delia decides to secretly stay overnight in a museum while on a school field trip.

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    Although Amy and Bright are still in denial regarding Colin's recovery, Ephram can't ignore the negative signs any longer after he witnesses Colin losing control and vandalizing the gym teacher's office. Meanwhile, a New York magazine reporter visits Dr. Brown, hoping to learn the truth of why the famed surgeon is still living in Everwood. And Delia decides to secretly stay overnight in a museum while on a school field trip.

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    • EPISODE 20

    Moonlight Sonata

    Nervous Ephram feels the pressure of performing his first piano recital in Everwood. Dr. Brown and Dr. Abbott attempt to diagnose a man, Chuck (Dan Merket), with a mysterious sleeping disorder that leaves welts on his body. Although her parents have revoked her privileges, Amy pretends that she wants to spend time with her grandmother, Edna, in order to secretly visit Colin.

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    Nervous Ephram feels the pressure of performing his first piano recital in Everwood. Dr. Brown and Dr. Abbott attempt to diagnose a man, Chuck (Dan Merket), with a mysterious sleeping disorder that leaves welts on his body. Although her parents have revoked her privileges, Amy pretends that she wants to spend time with her grandmother, Edna, in order to secretly visit Colin.

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    • EPISODE 21

    Episode 20

    In a controversial and moving episode, Dr. Brown confronts his deepest convictions while trying to help a local girl, Kate Morris (Kate Mara), who is in big trouble. At the urging of wise Edna, he gets a surprising new perspective on the situation from Dr. Abbott. Meanwhile, Ephram regrets attending the spring formal dance with a superficial girl, Sherri Seevers (Taylor Kellam), he has never met--but Amy takes pity on him, to Colin's chagrin. And Dr. Brown realizes how unprepared he is for Delia to grow into womanhood.

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    In a controversial and moving episode, Dr. Brown confronts his deepest convictions while trying to help a local girl, Kate Morris (Kate Mara), who is in big trouble. At the urging of wise Edna, he gets a surprising new perspective on the situation from Dr. Abbott. Meanwhile, Ephram regrets attending the spring formal dance with a superficial girl, Sherri Seevers (Taylor Kellam), he has never met--but Amy takes pity on him, to Colin's chagrin. And Dr. Brown realizes how unprepared he is for Delia to grow into womanhood.

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    • EPISODE 22

    Fear Itself

    After Colin has a seizure, Dr. Brown strongly advises Colin's father, James (recurring guest star Michael Flynn), to allow him to perform brain surgery on Colin. But Colin's parents resist the dangerous procedure, hoping for another miraculous recovery. In emotional turmoil, Colin rebuffs the sympathetic Amy. Meanwhile, as a favor to worried Edna, Dr. Brown accompanies Irv--who would much rather go alone--on a camping trip, forcing Ephram to come along as well and study for his final examinations. At the remote lake, an event occurs that changes father and son forever and enlightens Dr. Brown on how to deal with Colin's obdurate parents. Also, the Abbotts' neighbor, Nina, is overjoyed when her absentee husband, Carl (recurring guest star Dylan Walsh), vows to return home permanently. But a shocking surprise awaits her.

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    After Colin has a seizure, Dr. Brown strongly advises Colin's father, James (recurring guest star Michael Flynn), to allow him to perform brain surgery on Colin. But Colin's parents resist the dangerous procedure, hoping for another miraculous recovery. In emotional turmoil, Colin rebuffs the sympathetic Amy. Meanwhile, as a favor to worried Edna, Dr. Brown accompanies Irv--who would much rather go alone--on a camping trip, forcing Ephram to come along as well and study for his final examinations. At the remote lake, an event occurs that changes father and son forever and enlightens Dr. Brown on how to deal with Colin's obdurate parents. Also, the Abbotts' neighbor, Nina, is overjoyed when her absentee husband, Carl (recurring guest star Dylan Walsh), vows to return home permanently. But a shocking surprise awaits her.

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    • EPISODE 23

    Home

    As the day of Colin's brain surgery approaches, Dr. Brown travels with Ephram and Delia to New York to consult with his accomplished mentor, Dr. Donald Douglas (Philip Baker Hall - "Magnolia," "Boogie Nights"). Together, the men devise an innovative method to save Colin--and Dr. Douglas advises Dr. Brown not to perform the extremely risky procedure. When Ephram sees how revered his father is among the students and faculty of his alma mater, he gains a new perspective and makes a major realization. Meanwhile, Colin "kidnaps" Amy and Bright and takes them on an adventure on his last day before the operation, taking care of last-minute emotional tasks. Dr. Brown emerges from the operating room after the grueling surgery and faces Colin's expectant family and loved ones . . .

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    As the day of Colin's brain surgery approaches, Dr. Brown travels with Ephram and Delia to New York to consult with his accomplished mentor, Dr. Donald Douglas (Philip Baker Hall - "Magnolia," "Boogie Nights"). Together, the men devise an innovative method to save Colin--and Dr. Douglas advises Dr. Brown not to perform the extremely risky procedure. When Ephram sees how revered his father is among the students and faculty of his alma mater, he gains a new perspective and makes a major realization. Meanwhile, Colin "kidnaps" Amy and Bright and takes them on an adventure on his last day before the operation, taking care of last-minute emotional tasks. Dr. Brown emerges from the operating room after the grueling surgery and faces Colin's expectant family and loved ones . . .

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