Men in Trees

Season 2 Episode 10

Sonata in Three Parts

Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Mar 05, 2008 on ABC



  • Trivia

    • It is revealed in this episode that Jerome's surname is Robinsky and he had been a renowned concert pianist before moving to Elmo.

  • Quotes

    • Marin: Regret is a funny thing. You try your best in life to avoid it. But sometimes it's the hard things in life that teach us the most... which makes you wonder, if given the chance, how many of us would do things differently. For some, regret is the very thing that helps us push past our fear and move into the future. For others, it's the thing that allows us to re-explore out past. At its best, regret can be the catalyst for a new beginning, where anything and everything is still possible.

    • Jerome: Love has a funny way of coming around again. It's kind of like a sonata, but...
      Annie: What do you mean?
      Jerome: Oh, every sonata has three movements, and the first one, the melody, is new... often lively. But the second part, the part you're hearing right now, things can get a little dark and murky, and you can't always hear the theme. But the third part always comes back to the beginning. Things have a way of working themselves out.

  • Notes

    • International Air Dates:
      Czech Republic – October 14, 2008 on Prima
      The Netherlands – October 27, 2008 on Net 5

    • Featured Music:
      "Last Of Days" by A Fine Frenzy
      "Smile" by Dry Spells
      "Remedy" by Remedy Motel
      "Fantasie Impromptu Opus 66" Composed by Frédéric Chopin
      "Is This How Love's Supposed To Feel?" by Ben Lee
      "Here for a Laugh" by The Breakers DK
      "Wanderin'" by Kentucky Struts
      "Clear Night For Love" by Roky Erickson
      "All We Are" by Matt Nathanson

    • The actor who played Dr. Thompson (Andrew Friedman) is the real-life husband of Cara DiPaolo, who wrote this episode.

  • Allusions