Everwood

Season 2 Episode 9

Just Like in the Movies

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Nov 17, 2003 on The WB
9.0
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Dr. Brown courts Linda Abbott despite Edna's and Harold's insistence that he's wasting his time, but Andy persists, forcing Linda to tell him that she is H.I.V. positive. Bright tells Ephram he can win Madison's affections by ignoring her, but the plan goes awry when she breaks up with her boyfriend. Amy meets a flirtatious and attractive town bad-boy, Tommy Callahan (guest star Paul Wasilewski), whose compassion for her problems touches her heart for the first time since Colin's death.moreless

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  • As a chick flick girl, I thought this episode was great.

    8.4
    I started watching Everwood as reruns in ABC Family and this has to be one of my favorite episode. It had all the elements of a great chick flick.



    The characters really didn't talk but they still were connected. I thought when Justin sang to the girl, it was really sweet. That really came from a romantic comedy. Amy kiss in the rain was really sweet. But it was more of a peck on the lips than a kiss. Andy's song was really sweet too.



    Overall, this episode was great. Even though not everybody got their happy endings, everyting worked out, just like in the movies.moreless
  • You're invited to Delia's Pijama Party.

    8.2
    Love this episode, it was alll about looove. Justin with the Kristin girl, Amy and Tommy who is very hot, Andy and Linda and how to forgot Ephram and Madison.



    Dr. Brown only was pushing Justin to declare his love to Kristin only because he didn't get that lucky with Linda. But then when Linda goes with Andy and told all th story about the boy and how she have been infect with HIV, i cry, was sooo sad and poor andy.



    Well no let's move on to Amy and Tommy. Since the drug store we found that Tommy kinda like Amy, and then at the party, it was very dumb that Amy go with him without know him at all. I know he is hot and everything but you never know what would happen. And i couldn't believe tha Amy would kiss in the "first day".



    And we could not forget agane Ephram and Madison, that was ssooo sweet when Madison star telling ephram how she get in love with her, and then the kiss. hahahaha, but the Ephram because he was very rude he get sickmoreless
Nora Zehetner

Nora Zehetner

Laynie Hart

Marcia Cross

Marcia Cross

Dr. Linda Abbott

Sarah Lancaster

Sarah Lancaster

Madison Kellner

Debra Mooney

Debra Mooney

Nurse Edna Abbott Harper

Tom Amandes

Tom Amandes

Dr. Harold Abbott Jr.

Gregory Smith

Gregory Smith

Ephram Brown

Brittany Clark

Brittany Clark

Kirsten

Guest Star

Eyal Podell

Eyal Podell

Justin

Guest Star

Paul Wesley

Paul Wesley

Tommy Callahan

Recurring Role

Merrilyn Gann

Merrilyn Gann

Rose Abbott

Recurring Role

Jan Felt

Jan Felt

Louise

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (6)

    • Madison is sat at the Brown's couch resting her feet on it while wearing her street shoes. Doesn't look like the appropriate behaviour for a baby-sitter.

    • When Linda tells Andy about her VIH at the very end of the episode, her microphone is clearly noticeable under her shirt in her lower back.

    • In the bedroom scene with Madison and Ephram at the end, when the camera is facing Madison at the door, Ephram's left leg is down, however when the camera is on Ephram, his left leg is bent up.

    • Tommy obviously knew who Amy was because he knew about Colin and all that stuff.

    • In the sequence where Amy and Tommy continue their conversation from the dinner to the park and railroad, Amy had a different shirt on in the dinner (black and red striped) than she does in the outdoor takes (solid black turtleneck).

    • It's a little odd that Tommy notices what prescription Amy is taking, but not her name?

  • QUOTES (12)

    • Ephram: You know, sometimes you're smarter than you look.
      Madison: If I get sick, you're in big trouble.
      Ephram: Don't worry. I'm not that sick.
      Madison: Well then, get out of bed. Get your ass to high school. I never want to say that sentence again.

    • Andy: Hey.
      Linda: This has to stop.
      Andy: So you got the balloons?
      Linda: I did, but I don't want them and I don't want the flowers either. Do you understand?
      Andy: Not a big fan of presents. Got it.
      Linda: No, it's not the presents. It's you Andy. I'm not interested in you. I'm sorry, I was hoping that we didn't have to have this whole conversation, but obviously we do. The thing is, ummm, I'm-I'm not attracted to you and I'm sorry if I gave you the wrong impression, but I don't want to date you and I don't parse anything romantic happening between us.
      Andy: Oh.
      Linda: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to hurt your feelings. I just, I-I didn't know how else to put it. So, it just has to stop, okay?
      Andy: Sure. Okay.

    • Harold: (To Linda) Go over there right now and let him down. Let him down hard!

    • Ephram: Madison's sleeping over tonight!
      Bright: That's awesome! All systems go!?

    • Delia: What's wrong with you?
      Ephram: Nothing, but I think there's something wrong with Madison.

    • Madison: But then he (Jay) accused me of liking somebody else.
      Ephram: Somebody else. (Pause) Please tell me it's not the drummer.

    • Tommy: (To Amy) Well, I was gonna say that I heard you were the prettiest, most popular girl at County High. But you didn't care about any of that anymore. You chucked your tiara at the door the day your boyfriend died, and you've been wandering the halls alone ever since, looking for something, or someone to fill the void and keep all the sadness away.

    • Harold: (To Louise) Louise, round up these giant balls of hellium and take them to the dumpster!

    • Bright: (To Ephram) You know, for being a smart guy, you're really kind of an idiot.

    • Delia: (To Ephram) I'm 10, not stupid.

    • Harold: You think this can wait until Monday?
      Andy: Well, we can wait until Monday. The question is... can they?
      Harold: Do you have any idea what you're gonna say?
      Andy: Nope. You?
      Harold: None whatsoever.

    • Bright: You have to keep (Madison) guessing.
      Ephram: And how do I do that?
      Bright: By ignoring her.
      Ephram: Ignoring her? That's your plan?
      Bright: It's perfect. Right now she's expecting you to be all, "sorry for copping a feel."
      Ephram: I didn't cop a feel!

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