Everwood

Season 3 Episode 2

...There is a Reaction

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Sep 20, 2004 on The WB
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At her father's suggestion, a heartbroken Amy is determined to make the most of her senior year in the wake of Ephram returning from New York and telling her that piano has to be his number one priority. Andy contemplates telling Ephram about Madison's (Sarah Lancaster, who does not appear in the episode) pregnancy. Meanwhile, Rose naively agrees to help Bright find his true calling after she discovers that he hasn't enrolled for college s and is in fact leading a life of total leisure.
Also, Dr. Jake Hartman (Scott Wolf) creates a marketing blitz for his new practice that threatens to push Dr. Abbott over the edge. Lastly, Nina takes in her friends' teenage daughter, Hannah (Sarah Drew) and asks Ephram to take her under his wing.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    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

    Brighton Hertford

    Brighton Hertford

    Katie

    Guest Star

    Whitney McCarty

    Whitney McCarty

    The Party girl

    Guest Star

    Steven Anderson

    Steven Anderson

    Thurman

    Guest Star

    Jan Felt

    Jan Felt

    Louise

    Recurring Role

    Katie Millar

    Katie Millar

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • Stock footage of the train station office is used when the scene opens on Dr. Brown speaking on the phone with the professor at Julliard. The new "Brown & Abbott" sign is not hung and the people walking outside are wearing heavy winter coats when the episode mostly features people in light to no coverings.
        The "Brown & Abbott" sign is seen hung for the first time when Dr. Abbott runs into Dr. Hartman who's rushing to get to the pharmacy.

      • Goof: The camera crew can be seen reflected in the school bus when Amy and Ephram are arguing in the school parking lot.

      • In the Amy and Ephram fight scene in the parking lot, when they stop you can see that they have passed Ephram's car on the left. However, when the scene is ending, Ephram is standing at his car not past it.

    • QUOTES (6)

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (6)

      • Harold: (to Jake) You think I don't see what you're doing? Advertising yourself like some doc-in-the-box, trying to hoodwink people with gimmicks and freebies. You're not running a Pep Boys for god's sake. What's next? Free coupon for an appendectomy? Two-for-one specials on cholesterol screenings?

        Pep Boys is a national automotive parts chain that was established in 1921 by three brothers in Philadelphia.

      • Bright (To Rose): FYI–the one about cheese [the book: "Who Moved My Cheese?"], ah, it's not really about cheese; it's metaphorical.
        The book "Who Moved My Cheese?" is a simple parable that reveals profound truths about change. "Cheese" is a metaphor for what you want to have in life. Written for all ages, the story takes less than an hour to read.

      • Harold (To Andy): Oh, just a little [pause] advertising experiment. Suffice it to say, I now know how the makers of "Gigli" must have felt.
        A film starring Ben Affleck, "Gigli" is considered by many critics and viewers to be worst movie released in 2003.

      • Ephram (To Rose): Two tickets to the Shins. I, I know what you're thinking–it's a school night, but it's only 45 minutes away. We [Amy and I] can leave before the encore.
        The Shins is a pop band that formed in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1997. The four original members of the band now reside in the Portland/Seattle area.

      • Male chlamydia patient (To Andy): I should have gone to Celine Dion.
        Celine Dion is the popular French-Canadian singer.

      • Ephram (To Nina): Now, if you'll excuse me, I gotta go conquer Chopin before tonight.
        Frédéric Chopin was a Polish romantic composer of the nineteenth century. Known for his expressive piano pieces, he composed almost exclusively for that instrument.