Everwood: Season 4 (2005 - 2006)

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Air date: Sep 29, 2005

A surprise marriage takes place; Nina chooses between Andy and Jake; and Bright looks for a roommate. To aid his search, Amy tells her brother to consider a cute med student (Justin Baldoni) she met while taking care of her mom.

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Air date: Oct 6, 2005

Nina opens Sam's, her new restaurant, and the townsfolk aren't happy with the changes she made to Mama Joy's. Meanwhile, Hannah freaks out when Bright says he's not good at commitment; and Harold worries that Andy's new undertaking could affect their partnership.

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Air date: Oct 13, 2005

Bright uncharacteristically declines an invite to a college party. Meanwhile, Jake angrily tells Andy he knows Andy kissed Nina; Harold deals with intimacy issues; and Amy struggles with the loneliness of life as a college freshman.

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Air date: Oct 20, 2005

Ephram gives piano lessons to a brash teen musician (Steven R. McQueen, grandson of the legendary actor). Elsewhere, Rose campaigns for mayoral reelection; an elderly patient is hesitant about having brain surgery; and Delia wants to have her Bat Mitzvah. Max: Joseph Bologna. Betty: Renee Taylor.

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Air date: Oct 27, 2005

Andy hopes to bond with Ephram when they go on Harold and Bright's annual father-son camping trip. Elsewhere, Reid invites Amy to a Halloween function; Edna is irked that Jake is starting to specialize in cosmetic medicine; and Bright faces a tough decision regarding his relationship with Hannah after she tells him she doesn't believe in premarital sex. Tom Amandes directs.

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Air date: Nov 3, 2005

Nina wants Andy and Jake to work out their differences and suggests they talk to a therapist; Amy wonders why Reid is blowing her off; Rose struggles to fill the void created by her mayoral defeat; and Ephram spends a day bonding with Kyle (Steven R. McQueen).

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Air date: Nov 10, 2005

Hannah's mom (Jayne Brook) visits and brings news about her husband. Elsewhere, Ephram catches Amy kissing Reid; and Andy treats a patient (Keith David) who needs a kidney transplant, but refuses to take one from his daughter (Gina Ravera).

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Air date: Nov 17, 2005

Amy and Bright weigh ideas to make Hannah's last night memorable; Andy and Harold consider activities to match Jake's mountain biking, which takes a bad turn. Cliff: Simon Rex. Diane: Jayne Brook.

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Air date: Dec 8, 2005

Jake confesses a slipup to his brother; Delia pushes Andy into online dating; Hannah's self-image brings forth evolution in Bright; and Ephram flinches at being Amy's confidant. Brian: Tom Parker. Brittany: Whitney Lee. Courtney: Victoria Justice. Thalia: Aree Davis.

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Air date: Mar 27, 2006

Ephram and Amy must sort out how their night together now affects their relationship, while Nina comes to a decision regarding her future with Jake; Andy fumes over how he's portrayed in Irv's novel, and also is stressed out by Delia's growing anger towards him; and Ephram sees parallels between his life and Kyle's beyond their shared love of the piano. Laurie Fields: Leslie Hope.

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Critic Reviews for Everwood Season 4

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Some have carped that Everwood wrapped things up too neatly. Pshaw. I think it was perfect.

Oct 8, 2018 | Full Review…

Everwood was never for quick thrills. It was a show you watched because, as hokey as it sounds, you actually cared about the characters. Even more hokey, they were characters worth caring about.

Oct 8, 2018 | Full Review…

The folks in our beloved Colorado burg have suffered through so much painfully real drama that their grand gestures and poetic professions of love did not tempt us to roll our eyes. They only jerked tear after deserving tear - all of them joyful.

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Finally, in what must have satisfied the show's passionately surprise-averse viewership, the master lesson of the whole gorgeously sentimental extravaganza was "I still love him."

Oct 8, 2018 | Full Review…

Everwood is one of the bravest shows on network TV, because it allows its characters to be jerks... Which means that the characters in Everwood seem real. So real you want to strangle them one minute and hug them the next.

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As always, Everwood delivers some poignant moments that may move viewers to tears even when they know what's coming.

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