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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Everwood – An Ounce of Prevention

Harold Abbott writing “NO” on the adoption application under a question pertaining to any past Cancer or Heart conditions for wife Rose was probably as big of a shock as anything you can find on Prison Break. What wasn’t shocking was miniE’s (Kyle) big Outing cause I sensed that from day one when he was first introduced earlier this season (4 seasons and you KNOW they eventually had to introduce a gay character, and Nina’s ex-husband doesn’t count) but was surprising was that it was still emotionally heartfelt and somehow refreshing. I know that coming out story has been done to death, but I liked how we saw it through Ephram’s eyes as he realizes his own hesitations and mistakes in dealing with Kyle’s truth.
Meanwhile, Bright and Hannah have the seven-month itch (“Sounds like a long time to be scratching” says Bright) and try to spice up their life by contracting some weird fish disease. Weird and irritating watching them bicker (or maybe I’m just sad) but if only for that final hug on the bed at the end, it was all worth it!
Next week, whose car crashes? Supposedly the driver is drunk, but it’s not Jake since he’s with Andy Brown saving the guy.
Also, anybody know what that song was playing over the end montage?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is the song: http://www.sing365.com/music/lyric.nsf/The-Luckiest-lyrics-Ben-Folds/736F6FCF8344CE6348256DE9002E381E

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