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Colin's death leaves the entire town in shock - and Andy's practice in limbo. Amy in particular turns against Andy as she struggles to organize a memorial service for Colin and to deal with her own grief.
Andy and Harold are excited about college, but their kids may not be. Ephram wants to skip the SAT to apply to performing arts schools. Amy ignores a Princeton rep, and Bright, whose best hope is an athletic scholarship, is thrown off the football team.
This means war! Sibling rivalry erupts when Harold's globe-trotting physician sister returns home to join his practice. Andy confronts parents who refuse to believe their middle school-age kids are sexually active.
Life is strife. The two Dr. Abbotts clash over the virtues of Western and Eastern healing, Delia's babysitter tries to micromanage Ephram, Colin's father won't stop drinking and Nina contends with her divorce.
What's the matter with Delia? The usually well-behaved youngster pouts and spouts profanity when Andy invites Linda Abbott to dinner. A therapist suggests putting Amy on antidepressants to help her cope.
Madison steers Ephram straight after he flunks his driving test... and he thanks her with a big kiss. Rev. Keyes battles his oncoming blindness with prayer instead of medicine.
Andy and both Dr. Abbotts rush to the scene of a disaster at Everwood's coal mine. With the nearest ambulances hours away - and without sufficient supplies - the three must work miracles in the dark.
"Phil's never wrong." The local mechanic has psychic abilities. His most recent coup: identifying a case of meningitis Andy misdiagnosed as flu. Now the whole town is at Phil's doorstep, hoping to know the future.
Love has Everwood in its bewitched-and-bewildered grasp. Andy sends Linda a roomful of roses, Ephram tries reverse psychology on Madison, a stutterer sings his feelings, and Amy is attracted to the town's answer to James Dean.
On Thanksgiving, families gather together... but they sure don't stay that way. Secrets are revealed, tempers flare and the Brown and Abbott households fly apart before you can say, "White meat or dark?"
The Abbotts are relieved that their runaway daughter only ran as far as Grandma's house. But Rose won't take Amy back until she agrees to follow some tough house rules... and Amy isn't feeling agreeable.
To compete at a lighter level, a star high school wrestler turns to bulimia. He isn't the only one longing for control: Ephram wants Madison to make their relationship public and Bright decides to discourage Amy's new boyfriend with his fists.
Ephram is making his relationship with Madison into a full-time job... with no time for old pals like Amy. Like son, like father: Andy's so wrapped up in Linda that he ignores Nina when she needs him most.
Everybody's doing it. Ephram and Madison decide to become intimate. They're not the only ones going horizontal: Amy asks Andy for a prescription for birth control pills and Andy plans Linda's first sleepover.
When Ephram tells Madison he loves her, she responds with "um." Not what a crazy-for-you guy wants to hear. Has he blown it? Can he take it back? Ephram gets a bright idea - ask Bright for advice.
A tale of two parties. Madison has a gig at a bar, so Ephram uses a fake ID to get in - and he buys way too many drinks. And Tommy takes Amy to a party where they mix vodka and drugs, with disastrous results.
Nina faces something worse than divorce: her soon-to-be ex wants custody of their son. Andy offers an arm to lean on, money for a lawyer and testimony he hopes will keep Nina and her little boy together.
While Bright's football buddies receive their college acceptance packets, all he gets are the little envelopes that say "sorry, loser." Also: can Madison still be Delia's sitter even if she and Ephram are splitsville?
When they find out that Linda is HIV-positive, the citizens of Everwood desert the Abbotts' medical practice. But wait, it gets worse. The revelation may lead to Harold losing his malpractice insurance.
Hello, goodbye. The same time that Linda decides to leave Everwood, Andy's mentor, Dr. Douglas, arrives with a special request. More bad timing: on his way to the prom with Amy, Ephram bumps into Madison.
The sun will come up tomorrow... maybe. Bright decides to skip graduation, Harold can't find malpractice insurance, Ephram auditions for Juilliard and Andy wants to perform risky brain surgery in hopes of saving Dr. Douglas.
Rx: a bagel and cream cheese? Harold closes the medical office to open a bagel shop - and that's just the first of many surprises as the Brown family finishes its second year in Everwood.