Everwood

Season 2 Episode 18

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Apr 12, 2004 on The WB
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Against Andy's better judgment, ex-sweethearts Ephram and Madison decide it would be in Delia's best interest if Madison resumed her job as Delia's babysitter. Meanwhile, Amy contemplates going off her anti-depressant medication after Linda suggests she might be ready and Bright anxiously awaits his college acceptance letters.moreless

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  • It is quite a great episode I would have to say.

    9.3
    It is quite a great episode I would have to say. I love Everwood and I miss this show so much like I wanna see it again here in the Philippines like I can't wait what is next for Ephram and the rest the anti-depressants were really really intense for me.
  • Beautiful..

    10
    It was so good episode and I cry when watchd it (and that doesn't happen a lot!) The Actors I think do amazing job in this episode and I this is one of the best episodes on teh Everwood. Narrator's ending speach was something great. ''Some hearts are more fragile than others. Purer, somehow. Like crystal in a world of glass, even the way they shatter is beautiful.''



    What else you can say?

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John Beasley

John Beasley

Irv Harper/ Narrator

Marcia Cross

Marcia Cross

Dr. Linda Abbott

Sarah Lancaster

Sarah Lancaster

Madison Kellner

Tom Amandes

Tom Amandes

Dr. Harold Abbott Jr.

Gregory Smith

Gregory Smith

Ephram Brown

Sarah Drew

Sarah Drew

Hannah

Kathryn Joosten

Kathryn Joosten

Mrs. Hammerhill

Guest Star

Nora Burns

Nora Burns

The Receptionist

Guest Star

Joel Bishop

Joel Bishop

Pharmicist

Guest Star

Merrilyn Gann

Merrilyn Gann

Rose Abbott

Recurring Role

Nancy Everhard

Nancy Everhard

Sharon Hart

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Delia's new baby-sitter is Mrs. Hammerhill. She will either appear or be discussed through the end of the season, but by the beginning of next season, apparently Delia will no longer require a baby-sitter.

      The appearance by Nancy Everhard as Sharon Hart is a little odd and doesn't have anything to do with this episode or any of the current storylines. Mrs. Hart obviously looks a mess. One has to wonder if there was a story line that was dropped. It was obvious during the first two seasons that her husband Jim, and their children Colin and Laynie all had drinking problems, and that situation was never properly addressed. In fact, after this, the Harts are barely ever mentioned again, except for Amy's occasional comment about Colin.

    • Goof: When Ephram and Bright are in the lunchroom at school, the camera is going back and forth between them as they are eating but the food in their trayis is not consistent.

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Andy: Mmm something sure smells great doesn't it guys?
      Ms. Hammerhead: Yep my kids love it, my grandchildren love it...
      Ephram: (under his breath) What about your great great grandchildren?

    • Madison: Well maybe in two weeks we could do something, have one of those kick-off friendship lunches, or something.
      Ephram: No, no, I, ah, I could never do the "friend thing" with you. Let's face it, we were never really friends. We were just--
      Madison: In love.
      Ephram: Yeah.

    • Andy: I'm sorry if I have to put my foot down, but I should have done this six months ago. I knew how this was going to end back then. I told you both. I wish someone had listened to me.
      Ephram: What do you mean, "someone"? Did you talk to Madison behind my back? (his voice quivering).

    • Andy: What's going on here?
      Delia: Ephram fired Mrs. Hammerhead.
      Ephram: Over the phone, this morning. Actually, it went pretty smoothly -- I've had some experience letting sitters go before, you recall... Everybody will be happy.
      Andy: I'm not happy.
      Ephram: Oh, you will be.

    • Delia: It's just that... I love Ephram, too. And, since he's my brother, and we're related and everything, I have to love him more.
      Madison: I understand.
      Delia: And I think that when you're here, it makes him sad... really, really sad.
      Madison:to Madison: I don't want to see him that sad any more. So, I'm going, going to have to let you go, Madison.
      Madison: Okay.

    • Andy: Goodnight, Mrs. Hammerhill... Well, at least we don't have to worry about Ephram dating her.

    • Ephram: You changed my life Madison.

    • Ephram: And now she (Delia) is stuck with Mrs. Doubtfire's evil twin. I'm telling you, the woman is brutal.
      Madison: She can't be that bad.
      Ephram: She won't left Delia chop.
      Madison: She loves to chop.
      Ephram: That's what I'm saying.

  • NOTES (4)

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Ephram: Wow, you know, if Martha ever goes to jail, you could definitely take over her empire.
      "Martha" refers to Martha Stewart, the maven of domesticity, who recently was convicted of lying to Federal investigators about stock market insider trading.

    • Ephram: And now she [Delia] is stuck with Mrs. Doubtfire's evil twin. I'm telling you, the woman is brutal!

      Robin Williams played the title role in the 1993 film Mrs. Doubtfire as an out-of-work father who finds himself suddenly divorced without custody of his kids. He disguises himself as an old Scottish nanny to get hired by his ex-wife and be closer to his kids.

    • Ephram: I feel like I'm, I'm going crazy, like that guy in A Beautiful Mind.

      Winning the 2001 Best Picture Oscar, A Beautiful Mind is the biopic of John Nash Jr., a brilliant mathematician who experienced bouts of schizophrenia and won the Nobel prize. Coincidentally, the actress who plays Delia in Everwood also appeared in this movie.

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