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Everwood: An Ounce of Prevention

An eighteen-year-old girl comes into Andy's clinic to be checked for breast cancer because it runs in her family. When the results come in, the girl and her older sister, who has had a double mastectomy due to breast cancer, return to see them. Meanwhile, while out on a date, Bright and Hannah are forced to call Harold after something happens to the both of them and Kyle tells Ephram that he no longer wants piano lessons.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x13
Production Number: 2T6613
Airdate: Monday April 10th, 2006

Director: Perry Lang
Writer: Bryan M. Holdman

Guest Stars
Justin BaldoniJustin Baldoni
As Reid Bardem
Steven R. McQueenSteven R. McQueen
As Kyle Hunter
Brooke NevinBrooke Nevin
As Ellie
Main Cast
Treat WilliamsTreat Williams
As Dr. Andrew Brown
Gregory SmithGregory Smith
As Ephram Brown
Emily VanCampEmily VanCamp
As Amy Nicole Abbott
Debra MooneyDebra Mooney
As Nurse Edna Abbott Harper
Chris PrattChris Pratt
As Harold Brighton Abbott III
Tom AmandesTom Amandes
As Dr. Harold Abbott Jr.
Merrilyn GannMerrilyn Gann
As Rose Abbott
Sarah DrewSarah Drew
As Hannah Rogers
Episode Notes
John Beasley (Irv Harper), Vivien Cardone (Delia Brown), Stephanie Niznik (Nina Feeney), and Scott Wolf (Jake Hartman) do not appear in this episode.

Episode Quotes
Kyle: Once It'll get it out, it won't be over. It'll be just more real and I won't be able to unsay it.
Ephram: Why would you want to?
Kyle: Because, I don't need any more reasons to make people hate me.
Ephram: No one hates you Kyle. Right now the only person who hate you is you.

Ephram: I didn't understand before...I didn't understand how you could be so scared...So scared about how a truth would affect somebody else's future to actually do the wrong thing just to keep them safe. Then all the while you realise you're just making all worse.
Ephram: Sorry
Andy: You are not the one has to apologize Ephram. We don't have to do this anymore.
Ephram: Yeah I know. But you had to go through all of that and you had to go through all again with me, and then, to lose me.
Andy: But I didn't.

Cultural References
Episode Title: An Ounce of Prevention

The episode title most likely comes from the saying "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" coined by Benjamin Franklin.

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