Everwood goes into hiatus with a bang. What a phenominal episode, in every way. Andy's flaws were revealed. The chemistry between Andy and Nina was touched upon. Carl appears to be coming back for a nasty divorce. Amy finally made peace with Colin's death. The reality of Ephram and Madison's relationship came crashing down around them. The fabric store becomes another kooky Everwood locale. Amy takes some responsibility. Bright gets an "A" and his father's respect. Two scenes in particular showed Everwood at it's best: The heart crushing scene between Ephram and Andy that tied the two seasons together. Nothing in their relationship has felt quite as real as that moment, with a father being there for his son when there's nothing he can really do. The shot of Harold's old school medical bag weaving through the drunk and drugged party-goers almost made me cheer. That is the Harold we know, the one beneath all the cynical tired rants and the arrogance. The doctor and the father. It said alot about father and child here too, but not in the oh-too-obvious parallelism of previous weeks. This ranks up there as one of my favorite episodes. Let's hope they can follow through.