Everwood

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Season 4, Ep 22, Aired 6/5/06
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  • Episode Description
  • After making an important decision, Nina and Sam move in temporarily with the Browns. Ready to propose to Nina, Andy goes on a mysterious trip to take care of one last unresolved issue, but not before surprising Delia with her Bat Mitzvah gift. Meanwhile, Bright tries to help Hannah realizeher college dreams, and as Harold and Rose continue caring for baby Lily, Harold is shocked to learn that his mother is planning to move away. Also, Ephram and Amy are both finally starting to seewhat they've been wanting all along,but someone needs to make the first move.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • David Hudgins

  • Rina Mimoun

  • Perry Lang

  • Chris Pratt

    Harold Brighton "Bright" Abbott III

  • Debra Mooney

    Nurse Edna Abbott Harper

  • Fan Reviews (38)
  • Great ending to a terrific show.

    By xomelissxo, Apr 21, 2007

  • Series Finale of Everwood, an excellent show! Will be missed :)

    By Chanandler_Bong, Apr 23, 2008

  • Nina stays in Everwood&temporarily moves in with the Browns.Bright learns that Hannah's maybe going to Notre Dame and is not happy with it. Delia finally get her horse!Amy tells Stephanie that she plans to tell Ephram about her feelings for him.

    By alguna, Jun 09, 2008

  • The right way to end

    By InternetFiend, Jul 24, 2008

  • Wow, that was real kitsch... But sooo amazing! :D

    By diecaro, Jan 16, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (29)

    • Edna: See? That is exactly why I am getting out of dodge! You can't go for five minutes without checking up on me, even if you think I'm okay! Imagine what it would be like if you knew how I really felt. I wouldn't get a minute's peace!
      Harold: How do you really feel?
      Edna: My husband just died. What do you think?
      Harold: Well, you've made quite a show of saying that you're through with your grief. You've said that you feel fine.
      Edna: I wanted you to think that so you'd cancel the pity party. The truth is...forget it.
      Harold: No, the truth is...?
      Edna: The truth is, I feel awful! I can't sleep. I'm sad, I'm angry, and for the first time in my life, I can't picture a time when I might feel better. I don't see the other side of this one.
      Harold: Well, you will. It may take some time...
      Edna: You don't have to do that. I know I'm acting crazier than an outhouse rat, but I can't stop. I feel... like half a person, like without Harper... I don't know what my life is anymore.

    • Andy: You know what, Harold? I think I have finally figured you out.
      Harold: Oh, I can't wait to hear.
      Andy: You, Harold Abbott, are a hopeless romantic. At the end of the day, you just want the guy to get the girl, don't you?
      Harold: Well, assuming that the girl is Nina, yes. And since we're baring our souls, you should know I was never in favor of you and Linda. In fact, I believe I told her you were a bit of a dilatant.
      Andy: Well, that's okay. I used to leave home ten minutes early just so I could take your parking spot.
      Harold: You sneaky bastard. See, I knew it!

    • Amy: You like Hannah. Bright: I will smother you with my bare-assed cheeks if you tell anyone about this.

    • Ephram: I mean, everybody's got that picture in their mind. The one of, you know, how they think their life's supposed to be. Andy: Well, the thing about the picture is... how do you look in it? It's not about who you're standing next to, or what's in the background... it's are you smiling?, are you happy?, are you good with the choices that you've made?... because if you are, it doesn't matter where you're standing or who you're standing next to... it's... it's a good picture.

    • Bright: Couldn't close the deal huh? That's weird. Little Miss Hot and Sassy? I would've expected more, dude. Ephram: It wasn't a matter of couldn't, it was more a matter I just didn't think it was the right time to. Bright: Oh, right. Because lord knows she isn't hot enough, with those legs, and the formal wear and the high heels. Ephram: When you start noticing the shoes it makes me ask a lot of questions. So, uh, your sister, she, uh, get home alright? I mean, she was pretty wrecked... Bright: Yeah, I dunno. I think Hannah took her home or something. Ephram: Should we call, check, just to make sure. Bright: (looks at Ephram sharply, then throws the cereal box he was holding at him) Uh-huh! That's why there was no 'it' with Stephanie! You danced with the devil last night, it fogged your brain. Clogged your drain. Ephram: Don't rhyme! Don't rhyme, and don't clap. Bright: Dude, what are you doing? Ephram: Nothing. No, I'm just saying that there might have been some feelings last night while we were dancing, and I thought I should think about those feelings before I take any action on the Stephanie field. Bright: You're going to screw this whole thing up, realise that, right? Ephram: I'm just saying, if I felt something, maybe she felt something too. Bright: She-she didn't! She didn't feel anything! That's your problem, Ephram. You think there's juice left in that box but there isn't. Man, you got Stephanie. She's hot! She's totally into you and she brings no drama to the table! You are going to throw that away, for what? For what? For nothing! Ephram: I guess you have a point. I mean, Stephanie is pretty cool. She's smart, and she's funny, and... Bright: Dude, she's awesome. And why are you gonna risk that for something that you and I both know cannot and will not, happen. Ephram, you guys had sex, alright. You gave her the stack of postcards, remember? You told her that you loved her. Dude, she blew you off. You think a dance at a bat mitzvah's going to change that? Ephram: You're right. (he walks back to his room) Bright: Most of the time. Can I have that box back now, please? It's our last box!

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    Notes (6)

    • Two endings were filmed. One to be used if the series was picked up for a fifth season, a second if the show was cancelled. In the trailer for this episode, the WB showed a clip from the alternate season finale with Madison (Sarah Lancaster) in it. It never aired as the CW network decided not to renew the series but it is clear that the Madison storyline would have been brought into action again.

    • Everwood was originally picked up for a fifth season, but was cancelled at the last minute because 7th Heaven was picked up for an eleventh season.

    • Treat Williams was the only cast member to appear in every episode of Everwood.

    • Featured Music: Mary Beth Maziarz - This is Our Life (playing during the montage with Delia's Bat Mitzvah and Nina moving out). George Is Jones - Ruins (playing over Bright and Hannah's touching moment and the Amy and Ephram flashbacks).

    • Unlike Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Dawson's Creek, Angel, or Grounded for Life, the WB did not air a "Thank You" Everwood montage at the end of the final episode.

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    Trivia (4)

    • Edna says she leaves Everwood to join Linda in Africa, but it is not true.

    • In this episode, Delia finally gets the horse that Andy promised her in the pilot episode.

    • In the final episode Andy proposes to Nina and she accepts.

    • Ephram and Amy get back together.

    Allusions (6)

    • Harold: (to Andy) Oh, because not eight months ago, you were lying on that very couch, confiding in me your feelings for Nina. I listened... and provided what I believed to be very good counsel, happy to play Cyrano to your Christian. Cyrano and Christian are characters from Edmond Rostand's 1897 play Cyrano de Bergerac. The play is only loosely related to the real Cyrano de Bergerac and focuses on Cyrano's inability to express his feelings for the woman he loves.

    • Ephram: (to Amy) It was definitely the best Will Farrell movie I've seen all day. Will Farrell is a comedian and actor who appeared on Saturday Night Live from 1995 to 2002. Farrell has also starred in numerous comedy movies, including Old School, Anchorman, and Blades of Glory.

    • Edna: (to Harold) Listen up, Columbo. You had no business fact-checking my story. This is a reference to the TV show Columbo that ran periodically for ten seasons, from 1968 to 2003. Peter Falk played the role of Lieutenant Columbo, a homicide detective with the LAPD.

    • Harold: Oh, indeed. The funeral baked meats did coldly furnish forth the marriage tables. Rose: There's no need for Shakespeare, dear, we get the point. Harold's quote comes from the William Shakespeare play Hamlet, which was written around the year 1600. The play tells the story of Price Hamlet as he seeks revenge on his uncle, who killed Hamlet's father and married his mother.

    • Amy: Now Ephram has become Stefram. Amy is referring to the combination of lovers name like Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez as Bennifer.

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