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Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Everwood – Ghosts, Lost and Found

Nina dumps Jake but ends up taking him back, Harold and Rose realize the realities of adoption, Will Cleveland (James Earl Jones in former episodes) die, which ends up bringing back Ephram’s need to play piano again, which incidentally, his whole former piano cockiness seems to be mirrored by Kyle (Steven R. McQueen, Steve McQueen’s grandson). Delia and Andy fight like teenage daughter and father. Andy also reveals that Julia had cheated on him before she passed away, partially causing the continuing sadness in him, that Irv points out in his thinly disguised novel. Edna has some panic attacks while Irv is away on the book tour. Amy puts the breaks on hold between her and Ephram, despite still having strong feelings for him, meanwhile, volunteers at Planned Parenthood to take her mind off things, but only stirs up a huge disagreement with Hannah, slowly fracturing that friendship. The argument about abortion and the availability of condoms at PP is what this show does best, so people… WATCH EVERWOOD. And I haven’t even talked about Bright yet, possibly the best dumb-blond jock character ever written (and I’m not the only one calling him dumb, even his loving father Harold calls him out in the Lost and Found episode, in one of the funniest lines of the whole show).

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