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Old 02-11-2022, 04:22 PM
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Can do it in a week!

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I posted a tentative one. Please feel free to offer suggestions and edit!
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Old 02-12-2022, 02:35 AM
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Old 03-21-2022, 03:18 PM
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This is actually SO TRUE.

Which is why the teeny boppers didn't love this show. It was too mature and real.

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Old 03-21-2022, 05:11 PM
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This is actually SO TRUE.

Which is why the teeny boppers didn't love this show. It was too mature and real.

The only one smiling in that picture was Emily!

It really looked like a forced picture, like at a wedding! Okay, let's get all the teenagers together. Come on people, smile!

This picture was obviously from early Season Two.

That's what made Everwood unique. The adults got equal, if not more, screen time than the teenagers. That was rare, especially on a WB Show.
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The Photo made it seem as it these people were the main characters of the series which is so untrue.
This wasn't a teenie bopper show but a family show.
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The only one smiling in that picture was Emily!

It really looked like a forced picture, like at a wedding! Okay, let's get all the teenagers together. Come on people, smile!

This picture was obviously from early Season Two.

That's what made Everwood unique. The adults got equal, if not more, screen time than the teenagers. That was rare, especially on a WB Show.
Good catch that Emily is the only one smiling. What’s interesting about that is as we know Amy really wouldn’t be the type to smile a ton overall, especially S2. . She’s far too serious.

It is interesting that they probably tried to sell it as a typical teen show.

It does look VERY forced.

Absolutely regarding the balance between younger and adult character storylines. There was such a perfect balance.

I will always believe the network never understood Everwood and didn’t really care it had such high quality. It wanted a target audience it didn’t truly receive EVEN IF it still received great ratings overall. Still wasn’t enough for this rotten network who preferred Joey Potter trash instead.
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The Photo made it seem as it these people were the main characters of the series which is so untrue.
This wasn't a teenie bopper show but a family show.
100%.

It almost looks like they were coupled off too.

Amy/Tommy, Laynie/Ephram and even Madison/Bright.
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100%.

It almost looks like they were coupled off too.

Amy/Tommy, Laynie/Ephram and even Madison/Bright.
Bright would have definitely been able to handle Madison.
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Bright would have definitely been able to handle Madison.
I always thought they would have made an interesting pairing.

I’m trying to think of how old Bright truly is. Did he repeat a grade in the past or did I make that up? At any rate, if he didn’t he’s definitely older than Ephram and Amy. S2 would have Bright at 17/18 years old which is better matching up with Madison’s 20/21.

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I don't think that Bright would have skipped a grade. If anything he might have had to repeat a grade. I'm thinking that Bright was at least two years older than Ephram and Amy, possibly three years.
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I don't think that Bright would have skipped a grade. If anything he might have had to repeat a grade. I'm thinking that Bright was at least two years older than Ephram and Amy, possibly three years.
That's what I meant, REPEAT. Being half asleep messes with my mind.

Yes, repeat a grade...

Yes, at any rate, he definitely matched up better with Madison when it comes to actual age than a 15/16 year old Ephram.
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That's what I meant, REPEAT. Being half asleep messes with my mind.

Yes, repeat a grade...
It happens to the best of us!

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Yes, at any rate, he definitely matched up better with Madison when it comes to actual age than a 15/16 year old Ephram.
They were also on the same level maturity-wise as they were both immature.
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It happens to the best of us!

They were also on the same level maturity-wise as they were both immature.


Such a good point. They really were on the same level maturity-wise. They were both immature. If we were forced to see her mug, I would have preferred Bright and Madison by far.
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Nick posted this tweet on another thread.

I love how others mention Everwood on Twitter and what the CW did not picking it up. The network has died a slow and painful death ever since. It is called Karma.

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I was checking out a video on YouTube on how to reset a water heater, and on the side they had other videos that you can watch, and there was a video for the show Seinfeld, and Brenda Strong, who played Julia, played Ellen Mischke, also known as the "Braless Wonder" on one episode of the show!

Here's the clip:



I never watched Seinfeld because I thought it was too stupid, but it was amusing to see an Everwood actor in a completely comedic role!
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