Everwood, Season 2Closed Captioning
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Until the Brown family arrived last year, it seemed like nothing ever changed in Everwood, a charming little town in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Now that Dr. Andrew "Andy" Brown (Treat Williams) has made the transition from a world-renowned neurosurgeon to a small-town clinician, he realizes that moving there was only the first step in reclaiming his family — bright 10-year-old Delia (Vivien Cardone) and troubled 16-year-old Ephram (Gregory Smith). Andy won't soon forget his promise to be a better father. Recurring guest stars this season include Marcia Cross (Desperate Housewives) as Dr. Linda Abbott; Sarah Lancaster (Chuck) as Madison Kellner, Delia's caretaker; Paul Wesley (The Vampire Diaries) as Tommy Callahan, the town "bad boy" who understands Amy (Emily VanCamp); and James Earle Jones (The Great White Hope, Field of Dreams) as miner Will Cleveland, a jazz pianist who has recently become Ephram's mentor. Dylan Walsh, Kristen Bell, and J.K. Simmons also guest star.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Last of Summer||Until the Brown family arrived last year, it seemed like nothing ever changed in Everwood, a charming little town in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Dr. Andrew "Andy" Brown has made the transition from a world-renowned neurosurgeon, whose career overshadowed his parental obligations, to a small-town clinician and attentive but struggling father to bright 10-year-old Delia and troubled 16-year-old Ephram. Plainspoken Edna Harper (series star Debra Mooney) serves as Dr. Brown's nurse and office manager, despite being the mother of the only other doctor in town, irascible Dr. Harold Abbott, whose children, 16-year-old Amy (series star Emily VanCamp) and 18-year-old Bright (series star Chris Pratt), have become friends with Dr. Brown's at school. Dr. Brown has also found his neighbor, Nina Feeney (series star Stephanie Niznik), to be a reliable confidante. And the school bus driver, Mr. Irv Harper (series star John Beasley), keeps watch over it all.||44:29||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoExtra Ordinary||Dr. Brown is concerned that Ephram needs more extracurricular activities in order to be accepted at a top college, but Ephram is only focused on his Juilliard music school audition--which has surprising results. Amy's lack of interest in college preparation alarms her mother, Rose (recurring guest star Merrilyn Gann), more than her father, Dr. Abbott. And Bright's poor grades result in him being ejected from the football team, possibly jeopardizing the scholarship his father believes may be Bright's only chance to get into a decent school. Meanwhile, Dr. Brown tries to help a cheerleader, Stacey Wilson (Kristen Bell), who has ruptured breast implants but cares more about looking good than being healthy.||44:28||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoMy Brother's Keeper||The entire Abbott family is agitated by the return of Dr. Linda Abbott (recurring guest star Marcia Cross - "Melrose Place"), Dr. Abbott's sister, who has been practicing Eastern-based medicine in exotic locations around the world. Edna is so proud of her daughter's accomplishments that she doesn't notice how lonely Linda is, and Edna needs to be reminded what a wonderful life she's built with Irv, even without travel and excitement. Linda encounters major resistance from Dr. Abbott when she announces her decision to join his practice. Meanwhile, Dr. Brown learns that some local adolescents may be practicing unsafe sex, and he is shocked at their parents' reaction to the situation. Also, Bright asks Ephram to watch over Amy, whose odd behavior has everyone worried.||44:31||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoEast Meets West||Dr. Brown's well-intentioned plan to give Ephram more free time by hiring college student Madison Kellner (recurring guest star Sarah Lancaster) as a caretaker for Delia ends up making things worse. Madison treats Ephram like a child and embarrasses him in front of Amy. Meanwhile, Dr. Brown's concern for the deceased Colin's alcoholic father, James (recurring guest star Michael Flynn), distracts him from Nina's struggle with her divorce proceedings. Dr. Abbott continues to clash with his physician sister, Linda (recurring guest star Marcia Cross), when she tries to take over his office. The differences in their personalities and medical philosophies become alarmingly clear.||44:17||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoDaddy's Little Girl||When Dr. Brown invites Linda (recurring guest star Marcia Cross) to dinner at the Brown house to discuss a patient, Delia lashes out, using foul language. With some insight from Delia's caretaker, Madison Kellner (recurring guest star Sarah Lancaster), Ephram figures out the reason for his sister's bad behavior. Meanwhile, Amy's depression deepens, but when her therapist recommends medication, Dr. Abbott refuses to write a prescription to help his daughter cope with Colin's death.||44:44||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoBlind Faith||Much to his chagrin, Dr. Abbott suspects that Linda (recurring guest star Marcia Cross) and Dr. Brown are far too attracted to each other, so he decides to select more appropriate suitors for his sister. Meanwhile, Ephram finally has the courage to tell Amy how he really feels about their relationship, but he is confused by his interest in Madison (recurring guest star Sarah Lancaster), who comes to his aid when Ephram needs help passing his driving test. Dr. Brown tries to help the soon-to-be-remarried Reverend Keyes (Tim DeKay - "Carnivàle") cope with his impending blindness, but the minister would rather leave his fate to God than attempt a new treatment that might save his sight.||44:28||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoThree Miners from Everwood||When a coal mine collapses, Dr. Brown rushes to the scene, along with Edna, Linda (recurring guest star Marcia Cross) and Dr. Abbott. One of the miners, Will Cleveland (recurring guest star James Earl Jones - "The Great White Hope," "Field of Dreams"), is a jazz pianist who has recently become Ephram's mentor. Another, Daniel Sullivan (Beau Bridges - "The Second Civil War"), lives next door to Dr. Abbott, who has attempted to thwart Sullivan's outrageous building plans. And the third victim is Ellie Beels (Kirsten Nelson - "The West Wing"), who has been trying to conceive a baby. Dr. Brown, Dr. Abbott and Linda utilize their special skills under terrible conditions, but it is Dr. Brown who must confront his biggest fears in order to save lives.||44:30||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Burden of Truth||When Phil (J.K. Simmons - "Oz"), a mechanic, correctly "diagnoses" Dr. Brown's young patient with meningitis rather than with the flu, the townspeople believe Phil is a seer. Ephram confronts Madison (recurring guest star Sarah Lancaster) about his feelings for her. Amy agrees to seek professional help from Linda (recurring guest star Marcia Cross). But out of desperation, Amy steals Linda's medical notepad to forge a prescription for antidepressants. Meanwhile, Edna learns the disturbing truth about why Linda does not want to pursue a relationship with Dr. Brown.||44:27||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoJust Like In the Movies||Dr. Brown courts Linda (recurring guest star Marcia Cross), despite Edna and Dr. Abbott's insistence that he's wasting his time. But Dr. Brown persists, forcing Linda to inform him that she is HIV positive. Meanwhile, Bright tells Ephram to ignore Madison (recurring guest star Sarah Lancaster) in order to win her affections, but that becomes difficult when she breaks up with her boyfriend and comes to Ephram for friendly comfort. And Amy meets the flirtatious and attractive town "bad boy," Tommy Callahan (recurring guest star Paul Wasilewski - "The O.C."), who has compassion for her problems and awakens emotions that she hasn't felt since Colin's death.||44:21||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoUnhappy Holidays||Outraged to discover that Ephram and Madison (recurring guest star Sarah Lancaster) have gotten romantically involved, Dr. Brown almost terminates her job. However, Madison quits anyway, leaving the Browns with a very unhappy holiday. The situation worsens when Delia discovers another troubling relationship--the one between her father and Linda (recurring guest star Marcia Cross). Stressed by having to spend Thanksgiving with his cantankerous mother-in-law, Carol Roberts (Betty White - "Golden Girls," "Bringing Down the House"), Dr. Abbott reacts badly when Amy brings town "bad boy" Tommy Callahan (recurring guest star Paul Wasilewski - "The O.C.") to dinner. Amy finally becomes so exasperated that she runs away from home.||44:27||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoFamily Dynamics||Within an hour of the discovery that Amy has run away from home, the authorities are at the Abbott house to scour for clues and interview her devastated parents and brother. However, Edna arrives, bewildered by the fuss, and explains that Amy spent the night at Edna's house. This sets off a series of harsh family crises, between Edna and Dr. Abbott, Rose and Edna and--perhaps most damaging, Dr. Abbott and Rose, who asserts herself for the first time in her turbulent marriage. Amy opts to remain at her grandparents' house, but she soon discovers that she cannot evade adult responsibility. Meanwhile, with Delia furious at him for dating Linda (recurring guest star Marcia Cross), Dr. Brown tries desperately to reconcile with his daughter and find out what's bothering her--but a father/daughter camping trip may not be the best idea. And Dr. Brown copes with a woman who wants to get pregnant using the frozen sperm of her dead husband, despite the objections of her current husband.||44:57||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoControlling Interest||Dr. Brown tries to intervene when a bulimic high school champion wrestler, Gavin Curtis (Douglas Smith, real-life brother of series star Gregory Smith), puts his life in jeopardy while preparing for an important tournament. Bright is suspended from school after he fights with Amy's boyfriend, Tommy Callahan (recurring guest star Paul Wasilewski). Meanwhile, Linda (recurring guest star Marcia Cross) suspects that Dr. Brown is reluctant to become more intimate with her because of her HIV status. And Ephram is convinced that college student Madison (recurring guest star Sarah Lancaster) is embarrassed to be seen with him.||43:57||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|13||Closed CaptioningVideoForget Me Not||Distracted by her first fight with Tommy (recurring guest star Paul Wasilewski), Amy forgets to prepare her father's birthday dinner, making a reconciliation with him more difficult. Madison (recurring guest star Sarah Lancaster) lies to Ephram about liking a love song he wrote, leading to an argument when she refuses to show the song to her band. And Nina finally confronts Dr. Brown about his neglecting their friendship in favor of Linda (recurring guest star Marcia Cross).||43:53||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|14||Closed CaptioningVideoNo Sure Thing||Ephram gets the wrong idea when Madison (recurring guest star SARAH LANCASTER) tells him her||43:57||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|15||Closed CaptioningVideoThe L Word||Ephram is horrified and heartbroken after he impulsively tells Madison (recurring guest star Sarah Lancaster) that he loves her, and she doesn't reciprocate. Meanwhile, Linda (recurring guest star Marcia Cross) naïvely agrees to take care of Delia overnight so Dr. Brown can accompany Ephram and his piano teacher, Will (recurring guest star James Earl Jones), to a jazz competition in Boulder. Also, Amy breaks up with Tommy (recurring guest star Paul Wasilewski) after realizing she might not be able to trust him.||43:53||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|16||Closed CaptioningVideoUnspoken Truths||Bright helps Ephram get a fake identification card so he can get into a bar to see Madison (recurring guest star Sarah Lancaster) perform with her band. Meanwhile, Nina relies on Dr. Brown for emotional support after she is served with divorce papers--and the genuine affection between the two worries Linda (recurring guest star Marcia Cross). Dr. Abbott and Rose (recurring guest star Merrilyn Gann) schedule a meeting with Amy's guidance counselor after receiving her disappointing grades. And Tommy (recurring guest star Paul Wasilewski) takes Amy to a party where she finds closure over the loss of Colin (former series star Mike Erwin)--but the evening takes a life-threatening turn.||43:49||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|17||Closed CaptioningVideoUnfinished Business||Amy moves back home but finds adjusting to her old life difficult, especially after her parents discover that she is taking birth control pills. Also, Amy's former friends rebuff her. Meanwhile, Ephram thinks Madison (recurring guest star Sarah Lancaster) is going to break up with him. And Dr. Brown testifies on behalf of Nina as she and her ex-husband, Carl (recurring guest star Dylan Walsh - "Nip/Tuck"), who recently admitted that he is gay, battle for sole custody of their son.||43:58||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|18||Closed CaptioningVideoLast Looks||Against Dr. Brown's judgment, ex-sweethearts Ephram and Madison (recurring guest star Sarah Lancaster) decide that she should resume her job as Delia's baby-sitter. Meanwhile, Amy contemplates stopping her antidepressant medication after Linda (recurring guest star Marcia Cross) suggests that Amy might be ready. And Bright anxiously awaits his college acceptance letters.||43:13||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|19||Closed CaptioningVideoSick||Amy confides to Bright that she may have developed feelings for Ephram, but Bright begs her to have mercy on poor Ephram, who is still nursing a broken heart from his recent breakup with Delia's baby-sitter. Meanwhile, when Linda's (recurring guest star Marcia Cross) HIV status is accidentally revealed to her patients, Dr. Abbott faces a potential malpractice suit. And Dr. Brown is forced to admit the truth about Linda's condition to Ephram, who becomes upset with his father for risking his life by dating Linda.||43:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|20||Closed CaptioningVideoDo or Die||Ephram and Amy go to the prom together as friends, but after they encounter his ex-girlfriend Madison (recurring guest star Sarah Lancaster) and Amy realizes that Ephram is still brokenhearted, Amy decides not to tell him that she has romantic feelings for him. Meanwhile, Linda (recurring guest star Marcia Cross) ponders leaving Everwood. And Dr. Brown's mentor, Dr. Donald Douglas (recurring guest star Philip Baker Hall), asks him to perform risky brain surgery--on Douglas himself.||43:57||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|21||Closed CaptioningVideoYour Future Awaits||When Amy accompanies Ephram to Boulder for his audition to Juilliard, a romantic moment leads her to confess her newfound feelings for him. Meanwhile, Dr. Brown struggles to convince his mentor, Dr. Douglas (recurring guest star Philip Baker Hall), to undergo riskier brain surgery than originally thought necessary--and Dr. Brown wants to perform it. Dr. Abbott faces losing his medical practice after it appears that no company will insure him. And Bright decides not to attend his graduation ceremony, to the disappointment of his family.||43:56||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|22||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Day Is Done||Ephram is elated after being accepted into Juilliard's summer program, but he is overcome with emotion when Amy shares her feelings for him and asks him to stay in Everwood for the summer. Meanwhile, Dr. Abbott's family thinks he is a fool when he decides to open a bagel shop after losing his malpractice insurance. And Dr. Brown has a shocking revelation about his family.||43:56||$1.99||View In iTunes|
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EVERWOOD IS GREATNESS
First of all, wow..a little sad no one else has written a review. I just started watching Everwood. I just finished 2x05, I cannot believe the amazingness of the scene with Amy and her father in his office. GREAT ACTING/ WRITING. Cannot recommend enough.....and I also suggest Dawson's Creek for Everwood lovers. Greg Berlanti is the creator of everwood and wrote on DC also. He was the one who suggested the Joey and Pacey romance and saved DC from ending in season 3, and instead having 6 seasons. He is a genius and role model!!!!
I am waiting for THE REST OF THE SEASONS !
This show is great. As a physician, and a board certified family practicioner I was irritated that Andy called himself a Family Practicioner as we have board certification for that. He in reality should have opened a General Practrice. But it is tv and I do like the show.
Thanks for good thought provoking drama about going on when a loved one has passed away. It is hard and not pleasant and it is shown well here. Please get the rest of the seasons.
Also WAITING FOR THE REST OF THE SEASONS!
Thoroughly enjoyed Seasons 1 & 2! Wasn't aware of the series when it originally appeared but gave it a shot and found the location, character development and storyline very compelling. Am eager to see how things develop further. Please do continue with the rest of the episodes!
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- Genre: Drama
- Released: Sep 15, 2003
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- CCin English