Everwood

Season 1 Episode 17

Everwood, Confidential

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Feb 17, 2003 on The WB
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When Dr. Abbott's dementia-plagued, elderly godfather (guest star Luke Askew) confesses to a murder that took place 30 years ago and reveals that Abbott's father was his accomplice, Abbott and Dr. Brown join the investigation in an attempt to find out what really happened and clear the men's names. Meanwhile, Ephram can't seem to keep Amy (Emily VanCamp) far from his thoughts, causing major problems in his burgeoning relationship with Laynie (Nora Zehetner). Dr. Brown butts heads with Ephram's new piano teacher (guest star Ian Vogt) over what is best for Ephram.moreless

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  • This is what I call an episode and this is something that you really have to watch out and I hope that the actors and actresses here will have a bright future awaiting for them.moreless

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    This is what I call an episode and this is something that you really have to watch out and I hope that the actors and actresses here will have a bright future awaiting for them. It was a great episode we get to know something from the past and we might not know Amy and Ephram are the real deal.
John Beasley

John Beasley

Irv Harper/ Narrator

Debra Mooney

Debra Mooney

Nurse Edna Abbott Harper

Tom Amandes

Tom Amandes

Dr. Harold Abbott Jr.

Gregory Smith

Gregory Smith

Ephram Brown

Stephanie Niznik

Stephanie Niznik

Nina Feeny

Merrilyn Gann

Merrilyn Gann

Rose Abbott (recurring Seasons 1, 2)

Ian Vogt

Ian Vogt

Matthew Lansing

Guest Star

Luke Askew

Luke Askew

Marvin Harrison

Guest Star

Nora Zehetner

Nora Zehetner

Laynie Hart

Guest Star

Merrilyn Gann

Merrilyn Gann

Rose Abbott

Recurring Role

Lee Garlington

Lee Garlington

Brenda Baxworth

Recurring Role

Jeff Olson

Jeff Olson

Mr. Davenport

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Ephram is holding a Sociolinguistics book while in the hall at school. Sociolinguistics is not just a college course, but also a very specific branch of Linguistics study. It's definitely not something studied in high school.

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Andy: We solved a real estate mystery!! I gotta tell ya I... I feel used.

    • Laynie: Nightmare, isn't it?
      Ephram: What's going on, except my exact version of 'hell on earth'?
      Laynie: Spoils of war. The result of a commercially financed assault against the unattached individual.
      Ephram: Valentine's Day?
      Laynie: Week after is always the hardest. These newbie couples have the lifespan of a monarch butterfly. By Friday, the halls will be littered with their crispy corpses.

    • Laynie: Okay, number one... how'd you get us in here. Two, how did you find this place. And three... how'd you get us in here?
      Ephram: I have connections.
      Laynie: Mob ties?
      Ephram: I'm all kinds of dangerous.

    • Laynie: I don't know how to break this to you...
      Ephram: You're married?
      Laynie: No.
      Ephram: You're leaving the country?
      Laynie: "Stop!
      Ephram: You're marrying Bright, then leaving the country?

    • Matt: So, where's this date taking place?
      Ephram: I don't know. I'm still working on it.
      Matt: Okay, not a problem. So what are your options?
      Ephram: I live in Everwood. Its either the $1.50 movie theatre or the $3.00 movie theatre, both of which are currently playing Lilo and Stitch.
      Matt: Ever hear of Ezekiel's?
      Ephram: No, but it sounds religious which doesn't exactly spell out 'action' in my mind.

    • Laynie: You looked so uncomfortable the other day. Like I embarrassed you or something.
      Ephram: Look, I'm gonna mess up because that's just what I do. But at least give me a chance to mess up. I mean, I'm capable of such stupidity that you'd be wasting my talent by ending this now.

    • Narration during prologue: "I've heard it said that a retirement home is where people go when life is through with them before their through with life, that expression was true enough in Everwood, the Rascal family bought the old Hicks mansion in 1942, thereafter converting it into Everwood's sole retirement home. People don't tend to visit the Everwood retirement home much any more, not that they ever did, don't know if its the spirits of the past or a premonition of their future, but something keeps them away, but sometimes just sometimes a little light shines in this dark empty place, nothing could keep Doctor Brown from dispensing his free medicine."

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