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Audio Commentary:On four episodes (Pilot, Episode 20, the Unveiling, Home) with the show's creators, cast and crew, including Treat Williams and Gregory Smith.
Deleted Scenes:"Everwood Casualties"
Featurette:"In Search of Everwood" - a behind-the-scenes featurette about the making of the show.
Andy, often seen in the first couple of episodes speaking to his late spouse, decides the best way to honor her memory is to move the family to little Everwood, Colorado, a special place in her memory. Not just a move--more of a wholesale re-invention, beginning with Andy's new salt-and-pepper beard and including a no-charge medical clinic he opens in Everwood's former train station. The free practice puts Andy at odds with the unpleasant Dr. Abbott (Tom Amandes of the syndicated The Untouchables), whose daughter, Amy (Emily VanCamp), develops a friendship with lonely Ephram while she also pines for her boyfriend, Colin (Mike Erwin), long lost in a deep coma. Over the course of the first season, many lines of connection will be drawn between these folks. Andy will be asked to attempt a risky operation on Colin, with ramifications affecting his son, Amy, and others. Abbott's sour relationship with Andy will lighten up enough for the former to join Andy's practice, and other surprises are in store.
The series is filled out by other, sweet and eccentric regulars, including Debra Mooney as Andy's nurse (also Abbott's plain-speaking mom), John Beasley as her husband and Delia's bus driver, and Stephanie Niznik as Andy's neighbor, Nina, a surrogate mother. Surprisingly gutsy storytelling, generally understated dialogue, heartfelt performances, and gorgeous Colorado exteriors keep one coming back for more. --Tom Keogh
This series gets rougher as it goes on, so we quit watching it. It goes over problems that the people in this culture experience today, but from a pretty worldly perspective.Published 1 month ago by JoniBean
I used to watch this show when it was on TV and loved it so much! I hated that it was cancelled! So glad they hae the dvds!Published 3 months ago by K
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|Everwood all 4 seasons in DVD||
I am interested in seasons 2, 3, 4
I've just read they aren't going to release Season 3
Nov 4, 2009 by Noneya | See all 6 posts
|Seasons 2, 3, 4, and 5 on DVD?||
There unfortunatley were only four seasons. I wish they had picked it up for another year, but they unfortunately didn't. Check out everwoodonline.com and check out project ferris wheel, these people are campaining to put a ferris wheel in front of the CW offices to make them realize how... Read More
Jun 25, 2006 by A. Yates | See all 7 posts
|If you want to see seasons 2-4 on DVD...||
I bought the first season several months ago. I have loved this show from the very beginning! I now watch reruns on the CW channel. I would love to have season 2-4 right now!!!!!
Oct 25, 2006 by trolldoll-1 | See all 14 posts
|Other Seasons of Everwood on DVD?||
I don't think it will ever happen.
Jul 16, 2008 by 80s fan | See all 3 posts
|Other Seasons of Everwood on DVD||
Me too, I would definitely purchase further seasons, and I know MANY, MANY others who would as well.
Jun 5, 2006 by B. Abrams | See all 5 posts
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