Everwood

Season 3 Episode 10

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Nov 29, 2004 on The WB
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As Andy finally realizes that his feelings for Amanda (Anne Heche) are only growing stronger despite his best efforts to maintain a platonic friendship, Andy decides it's in both of their best interests if he refers her husband's case to Dr. Abbott from now on. Upon hearing news that Madison (Sarah Lancaster, who does not appear in the episode) and her band are performing in Everwood, Ephram seeks guidance from Bright. This signals a thaw in the boys' chilly relationship which was due in part to Ephram and Amy dating. Lastly, Amy's curiosity brings about Hannah's (Sarah Drew) family secret.moreless

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    John Beasley

    John Beasley

    Irv Harper/ Narrator

    Anne Heche

    Anne Heche

    Amanda Hayes

    Debra Mooney

    Debra Mooney

    Nurse Edna Abbott Harper

    Tom Amandes

    Tom Amandes

    Dr. Harold Abbott Jr.

    Gregory Smith

    Gregory Smith

    Ephram Brown

    Scott Wolf

    Scott Wolf

    Dr. Jake Hanson

    Lisa Ung

    Lisa Ung

    Ko

    Guest Star

    Rabe Dipalma

    Rabe Dipalma

    Cashier

    Guest Star

    Annie O'Donnell

    Annie O'Donnell

    Librarian

    Guest Star

    Jan Felt

    Jan Felt

    Louise

    Recurring Role

    Charlie Weber

    Charlie Weber

    Jay

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • -Madison's band is called Joe Lies.
        -Hannah's parents live in Lakeville, Illinois. Her father restored old books before he became ill.
        -Hannah has an older brother in college.

      • When Amy and Hannah go outside to talk, it is extremely obvious that the snow is fake. Around the shrubbery, you can clearly see the folds in the man-made sheets of "snow".

    • QUOTES (7)

      • Dr. Brown: Ok, you're right, I am in a bad mood.
        Dr. Abbott: Really? Forgive my undropped jaw.

      • Amy: When are you going to accept my Lord?
        Ephram: When you stop persecuting my people.

      • Ephram: How was the pagan ritual of tree trimming and nog making?

      • Hannah: (To Amy) He loved books. Not the insides, but like the covers, the way they smelled. I just like the insides. He said that that made us a perfect fit.

      • Nina: (To Andy) If you talk to me in that crappy I'm a doctor voice one more time I'm gonna knee you in the nuts.

      • Bright: They stop because they can't help themselves. It's not like they wanna see a bunch of body parts spewed all over the road, you know. Intellectually speaking they know that would make them hurl. But they stop anyways, because they can, because it's there.
        Ephram: So according to this rationale, seeing Madison's band will make me wanna hurl, so that's a reason to go? Interesting theory.

      • Andy: (To Harold) My mood is fine. And don't call me an elf. It pisses me off.
        Amy: (To Nina) Your friends suck. No offense.
        Nina: (To Amy) How can I not take offense to that?

    • NOTES (4)

    • ALLUSIONS (11)

      • Harold: From what I understand, you've been a human CD changer. Hardly Nobel winning.

        The Nobel Prize is a prestigious award that is presented to people who make outstanding contributions in literature, peace, medicine, physiology, chemistry, or physics. The Nobel Prize was originally established in the late 1800s in the will of a Swedish chemist named Alfred Nobel.

      • Ephram: No, I mean like the little red dude on my shoulder. He's got a pitchfork. He's all over the Cartoon Network.
        A reference to a cartoon of the Devil who appears on a character's shoulder and argues with the Conscience, dressed in white, on the character's other shoulder. Cartoon Network is a basic cable television channel.

      • Hannah: (To Amy) They reran 90210 on FX, and the Walshes went to live in Hong Kong. I thought it was sort of (slight pause) believable.
        90210 is a reference to Beverly Hills 90210, the long-running drama which dealt with the experiences of a group of young people in Beverly Hills, California.
        FX is a basic cable television station which shows old episodes of 90210.

      • Amy: (To her father singing White Christmas) Dad, love the Bing, but could we maybe switch it up a bit.

        Harold was singing White Christmas along with Bing Crosby, a popular American singer and actor, whose biggest hit was his recording of Irving Berlin's White Christmas.

      • Andy: (To Delia) How could I miss you! You were the only Maccabee in the manger. You stole the show, kiddo!
        The Maccabees were a family of Jewish patriots of the second and first centuries B.C., active in the liberation of Judea from Syrian rule.

      • Bright: (Referring to Madison) Said she'd dress up like Catwoman for you. You'd say no?
        Catwoman is a Batman comic-book and film character who wears a tight, black costume.

      • Amy: (To Ephram) Okay, well um, take lots of vitamin C, watch Jon Stewart, and call me tomorrow.
        A reference to The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, a fake news show on Comedy Central.

      • Bright: You're a bigger man than I am, Ephram Brown.
        Bright paraphrases the last line of the poem Gunga Din by the English author Rudyard Kipling: You're a better man than I am, Gunga Din!

      • Amy: (To Hannah) I don't know (what my dad likes). Um, bad music, argyle, Mr. Rogers.
        Mr. Rogers is Fred Rogers, the gentle and genial host who delivered lessons on love, kindness, and friendship to children for over 30 years on the television program Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. His show-opening Won't You Be My Neighbor? ditty, his daily on-camera donning of a cardigan sweater and comfortable shoes, and his tinkling Neighborhood Trolley were all familiar, reassuring icons to millions of children (and their parents).

      • Ephram: (To Delia) So stage a revolution. Dump the halo and tell 'em you want to play Elijah. That way you don't have to show up!
        A prophet of the Old Testament who opposed the worship of idols, Elijah was taken up to heaven in a chariot of fire.

      • Delia: (To Ephram) I'm playing an angel! There are no angels in the Hanukkah story! There are no angels in the Kwanzaa story!
        A Jewish festival celebrated each December, Hanukkah commemorates the victory of the Jews over the Syrians and the re-dedication of the temple in Jerusalem. Celebrated from December 26 to January 1, Kwanzaa is a unique African American celebration with a focus on the traditional African values of family, community responsibility, commerce, and self-improvement.