Everwood (2002–2006)
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Where the Heart Is 

With Ephram gone and no longer feeling any significant ties to Everwood, Andy consults with Delia and contemplates accepting a prestigious position with a Chicago hospital. ... See full summary »


David Petrarca


Greg Berlanti (created by), Michael Green | 1 more credit »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Treat Williams ... Dr. Andrew ''Andy'' Brown
Gregory Smith ... Ephram Brown (credit only)
Emily VanCamp ... Amy Abbott
Debra Mooney ... Edna Harper
John Beasley ... Irv Harper
Vivien Cardone ... Delia Brown
Chris Pratt ... Bright Abbott
Stephanie Niznik ... Nina Feeney
Merrilyn Gann ... Rose Abbott
Tom Amandes ... Dr. Harold Abbott
Scott Wolf ... Dr. Jake Hartman
Sarah Drew ... Hannah Rogers
Jimmy Bennett ... Sam Feeney
Lukas Behnken ... Topher Cole
Freda Foh Shen ... Dr. Chao


With Ephram gone and no longer feeling any significant ties to Everwood, Andy consults with Delia and contemplates accepting a prestigious position with a Chicago hospital. Uncharacteristically upset over this bit of news, Harold takes it upon himself to give Andy a reason to stay. Meanwhile, Jake moves in with Nina, causing Andy to question whether he should rock the boat by telling her how he really feels, and Bright finally admits his feelings to Hannah. Written by Alex

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23 May 2005 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Finally season 3 is over
16 September 2009 | by smallrage1See all my reviews

Finally season 3 is over, when I thought this show after season 2 couldn't get any worse it fools me and it did. I'm shocked even speechless but I feel compelled to write this for anyone who is thinking at buying the DVD or watching this series online, please heed my warning.

First of all how can a show go totally off script from the first to the second was beyond me, the first season focuses on a doctor and his family moving to a new town and setting up a medical practise. It also focuses on the different medical emergencies in a small town throw in another doctor who competes for patients and you have a very good family show. There is also the new relationships that are formed but its not the shows priority mission.

Next comes season 2 a total disaster if you ask me because it's a little less about the patients and it generally focuses on relationships. There is however there are medical emergencies in almost every episodes, boring but for the season finale which makes up for the whole seasons failures.

Now this is were it gets worse there are only 3 or 4 real medical emergencies throughout the whole season, with the main character being a Doctor rarely goes to work anymore. The 3rd season is all about relationships so much so it makes General Hospital worth watching. The third season is so bad I won't be watching season 4 because there won't even be doctors anymore.

I just can't believe this show got a 4th season after having 2 awful seasons in a row, if I wanted to watch a soap operas I would only watch daytime soaps, but I don't. Personally this show should of been cancel after the second season knowing how bad the 3rd was. To have a 4th is just adding to the boredom besides the 3rd season is so phony it makes Alice in Wonderland seem like it could be possible.

It's a desperate housewives for teen's, it went from a possible adult situations to teenage farce. A 4th season save me from a certain death from boredom it's as bad as One tree hill, 90210 and all the other teenager shows out there.

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