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Everwood: Last Looks

Though Andy thinks the idea is flawed, Ephram and Madison decide that Madison should return as Delia's caretaker. Meanwhile, Amy debates whether or not she should go off of her anti-depressants; and Bright nervously awaits his college acceptance letter.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x18
Production Number: 176118
Airdate: Monday April 12th, 2004

Director: Arvin Brown
Writer: John E. Pogue

Guest Stars
James JamisonJames Jamison
As Dr. Bordell
Merrilyn GannMerrilyn Gann
As Rose Abbott
Nancy EverhardNancy Everhard
As Sharon Hart
Dustin SilverDustin Silver
As Jock Buddy
Joel BishopJoel Bishop
As Pharmicist
Kathryn JoostenKathryn Joosten
As Mrs. Hammerhill
Nora BurnsNora Burns
As The Receptionist
Main Cast
Treat WilliamsTreat Williams
As Dr. Andrew Brown
Gregory SmithGregory Smith
As Ephram Brown
Emily VanCampEmily VanCamp
As Amy Nicole Abbott
Vivien CardoneVivien Cardone
As Delia Brown
Chris PrattChris Pratt
As Harold Brighton Abbott III
John BeasleyJohn Beasley
As Irv Harper/ Narrator
Stephanie NiznikStephanie Niznik
As Nina Feeny
Tom AmandesTom Amandes
As Dr. Harold Abbott Jr.
Marcia CrossMarcia Cross
As Dr. Linda Abbott
Sarah LancasterSarah Lancaster
As Madison Kellner
Merrilyn GannMerrilyn Gann
As Rose Abbott
Episode Notes
Debra Mooney (Edna Harper) does not appear in this episode.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Peter GabrielFather Son 
Peter GabrielFather Son 
Peter GabrielFather Son 
Smokey RobinsonCruisin 

Cultural References
Ephram: Wow, you know, if Martha ever goes to jail, you could definitely take over her empire.

Ephram is refering to Marth Stewart who, at the time of this episode, had been convicted of lying to investigators about insider trading, but hadn't yet been sentenced.

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