Everwood

Season 3 Episode 14

Since You've Been Gone

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Feb 07, 2005 on The WB
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Andy and Amanda (guest-star Anne Heche) decide that it's time to tell Delia and Charlie about their relationship before they hear about it elsewhere, but Charlie's emotional reaction makes them question what they're doing. Meanwhile, when Hannah doesn't jump at the opportunity to go on a date with a really cute guy, Topher, from school, Amy is convinced that Hannah is misguidedly saving herself for Bright. However it is Bright that discovers her true reservations and convinces her to make a potentially life-altering decision.

Nina tells Jake she is afraid that Sam will end up hurt again if things don't work out between them. Lastly, we flashback to Amanda and John earlier in their marriage and see the real reason Amanda has stuck around all these years.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

    Shane Haboucha

    Shane Haboucha

    Charlie Hayes

    Guest Star

    Jimmy Bennett

    Jimmy Bennett

    Sam Feeney

    Guest Star

    Lukas Behnken

    Lukas Behnken

    Topher

    Guest Star

    Anne Heche

    Anne Heche

    Amanda Hayes

    Recurring Role

    Jason Beghe

    Jason Beghe

    John Hayes

    Recurring Role

    Jeff Olson

    Jeff Olson

    Davenport

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • Goof: In Amanda's final flashback of the episode, young Charlie sets his lunchbox on the counter. The camera briefly cuts to a shot of Amanda, and when it cuts back to Charlie, the lunchbox has disappeared.

      • Nina's cell phone ring tone is Vivaldi's Spring violin concert.

      • In her flashback, Amanda mentions Gino Chang's restaurant, which was featured several times in the first season but never referred to again.
        Bright said he wanted to go out with a girl named Lisa Kaplan in eighth grade. Presumably Lisa is the daughter of the person who owned Kaplan's Doughnut Shop in The Day is Done.
        Topher's last name is Cole (or maybe Kohl).

      • Like last week's episode, the number of Nina's house is prominent. It is 79. If she is Andy's neighbor, shouldn't it be closer to 2179 or 2719, depending on which one of those two is the Brown house number? (But the issue of the Brown house number is a different story.)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • (Bright brings Hannah to the porch)
        Hannah: Are we getting beamed somewhere?
        Bright: How cool would that be!

      • (Amy comes down to living room)
        Amy: You are such an ass.
        Ephram: (to Bright) One of us is in trouble.
        Amy: You are completely ruining [Hannnah's] life, did you know that?
        Ephram: Well, that rules me out.

    • NOTES (5)

    • ALLUSIONS (12)

      • Episode title: Since You've Been Gone.

        It is named after Kelly Clarkson's song of the same title.

      • Ephram: (To Hannah) In real life you're a vile temptress of doom. Nah, it's, it's a compliment. Look at this guy (Topher). He's dejected, wasting away before our eyes. I'm going to go talk to him.... It's a mitzvah.
        A mitzvah is a commandment of the Jewish law.

      • Hannah: (To Ephram and Amy) Summer by Edith Wharton ... Just call me a romantic!
        One of Edith Wharton's first novels to deal frankly with a young woman's sexual awakening, Summer created a sensation when it was published in 1917. Praised for its realism and candor by such writers as Joseph Conrad and Henry James, it is now considered a classic of American and women's literature.

      • Jake: (To Nina, after kissing her) Huh. I thought they'd (pause), you know, applaud or something.
        Jake is probably referring to the ending of the 1982 movie An Officer and a Gentleman, in which the Richard Gere character kisses the Debra Winger character while her fellow factory workers applaud and cheer their approval.

      • Amanda: (To Andy) Here I've been walking around this town with everyone looking at me like I should be (pause), I should be walking on water, when in fact I'm...
        Amanda is referring to the miraculous act performed by Jesus, according to the Gospels, in which he walked on the Sea of Galilee to rejoin his disciples, who had departed ahead of him in a ship.

      • John: (To Amanda) Four Seasons! Is that Spring?
        Composed by Antonio Vivaldi, the Italian composer of the early eighteenth century, Four Seasons is comprised of four violin concertos: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter.

      • Hannah: (To Nina) Ever since I saw the movie The Birds, birds just really freak me out."
        Directed by the master of macabre, Alfred Hitchcock, The Birds depicts thousands of birds attacking humans in a small northern California town along the Pacific coast.

      • Amanda: (To Andy) Welcome to my cold war. Will you be staying long?
        The cold war was the constant nonviolent hostility (as opposed to a hot, or shooting, war) in the last half of the twentieth century between the United States and the Soviet Union.

      • Hannah: (To Bright) Well, actually I really like him (Topher). He's incredibly smart, and funny in an Owen Wilson kind of way.
        Born in Dallas, Texas, Owen Wilson is the popular actor who has starred in the films Starsky & Hutch and Shanghai Noon, among others.

      • Jake: (To Nina) What about The Incredibles? Has Sam seen it?
        Released in 2004, The Incredibles is the immensely popular Pixar/Disney film about a family of undercover superheros.

      • Hannah: (To Amy) Which amounts to four episodes of Laguna Beach... that's a lot of good TV!
        Laguna Beach is a new reality show in which MTV follows eight teenagers and their last year of high school.

      • Topher: (To Hannah) Or, if you like old movies, they're showing Casablanca at the Retro Theater.
        Casablanca is the 1942 classic movie starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.

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