HypnoFriends : ton âme soeur kiffe les mêmes séries TV que toi !
VOTE | 27 fans |

Script VO

Ce script VO a été migré dans le guide de l'épisode.

[Fade in – Scene from “Staking Claim” Act Four – Amy is talking with Hannah in Hannah’s room.]

IRV (VOICE-OVER): Previously on Everwood…

AMY: You would’ve never gone for Ephram?

HANNAH: Not my type. I mean, no offense but I’m actually more into guys like your brother.

AMY: Bright?

HANNAH: Surprising shallow.

[Cut to Scene from “Sacrifice” Act Three – Dr. Hartman and Nina are walking on their date.]

NINA: Are you asking me out?

DR. HARTMAN: I was trying to.

[Dr. Hartman leans in for a kiss, but Nina turns her face away.]

NINA: I’m sorry. I think I’m in love with somebody else.

DR. HARTMAN: Do I know him?

NINA: No. Someone I went to high school with.


[Cut to Dr. Hartman’s Office – Edna is cleaning and singing.]

EDNA: Let me tell you about the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees…

[Ephram walks into the office. Edna turns the music down.]

EPHRAM: Nice voice. Sound a little like Rod Stewart.

EDNA: I’ll take it. So what can I do you for, Ephram?

EPHRAM: Oh, I-I just- I just came by to talk to Dr. Jake. I don’t have an appointment, but won’t be more than 15 seconds.

EDNA: No problem. He just got in. Go on back to Exam Room One and I’ll let him know you’re here.

EPHRAM: Thanks.

[Ephram walks toward the Exam Room.]

[Cut to Ephram sitting on the Exam Table looking nervous when Dr. Hartman comes in.]

DR. HARTMAN: Ephram Brown. Seems to be a- pretty common last name around here. Unless?

EPHRAM: Yeah. Son of…

DR. HARTMAN: You’re Andy Brown’s son. No way?


[Dr. Hartman has a huge smile on his face and then hugs Ephram.]

DR. HARTMAN: Your dad is the man. I looked him up when I got here. There-there are like 500,000 websites with his name in them. He’s like the Madonna of medicine.

EPHRAM: I’ll be sure to pass that on.

DR. HARTMAN: Well, so what are you doing here?

EPHRAM: I mean, I just came by to get y’know tested for whatever. Sexually. I mean whatever you test for go ahead and test away.

DR. HARTMAN: Sure. We can do that - no problem. Uh, I just need you to fill out some paperwork here. It’s just, uh, basic sexual history stuff, if that’s okay. It’s standard procedure.

EPHRAM: Yeah, no, that’s great.

[Dr. Hartman hands Ephram a clipboard and pen.]

DR. HARTMAN: Okay, here you go. So what’s he like as a dad? Is he cool?

EPHRAM: Yeah, I mean, y’know, he’s, uh, he’s-he’s my dad.

[Ephram starts filling out the paperwork and Dr. Hartman looks on with intrigue.]

DR. HARTMAN: When I was a resident at Cedars, I met tons of famous people so you know, you’d meet their kids and they’d be all kinds of crazy. I just figured that anybody who is as successful as your dad would probably be a lousy parent, but y-you seem pretty normal.

EPHRAM: Yeah, it’s asking me here “If I’ve ever had sex with animals?”

DR. HARTMAN: Oh, yeah, people do weird things. Just write no. Unless?

EPHRAM: NO!! Definitely no.

DR. HARTMAN: This is kind of funny. I-I usually don’t get this excited. I mean I treated Spielberg.

EPHRAM: Conventional intercourse would be?

DR. HARTMAN: Uh, intercourse with a woman.

EPHRAM: Right.

DR. HARTMAN: Anyway, all the other residents, they were totally curious. Y’know, like what kind of DVDs did Spielberg bring in? What kind of books did he read?

EPHRAM: I-I am done.

[Ephram hands Dr. Hartman the clipboard.]

DR. HARTMAN: Oh, great.

[Dr. Hartman rolls over the stool and sits on it in from of Ephram.]


EPHRAM: You know on the unprotected question, umm, let’s say like two times you didn’t have something with you and-and once it broke. I mean, what are your odds of catching something?

DR. HARTMAN: Seeing as you’re not an intravenous drug user and you’ve only had one partner, I consider you a low-risk candidate.

EPHRAM: (relieved) Good.

DR. HARTMAN: So you’re not currently sexually active?

EPHRAM: Uh, no, I’m not. Uh, but I’m hoping to be, which is why I’m here.

DR. HARTMAN: Well, that’s responsible of you.

EPHRAM: I kinda gotta get going, so…

DR. HARTMAN: Of course.

[Dr. Hartman gets up from his stool.]

DR. HARTMAN: (CONT'D) Okay, we can do these tests for you right now. I’ll run the whole panel and we can have results for you within a few days. Back in a flash.

[Dr. Hartman leaves the room and right before he closes the door, he looks back and sees Ephram looks nervous sitting on the exam table.]



[Fade in – Mama Joy’s – Nina is rushing around taking care of customers when Dr. Hartman walks in and leans over the counter to get Nina’s attention.]

DR. HARTMAN: How’s it going, beautiful.

NINA: Ah, spare me the sweet talk and tell me that you can do short order.

DR. HARTMAN: That good, huh?

NINA: Yeah.

DR. HARTMAN: Hey, have you seen Andy at all around today?

NINA: Uh, actually I haven’t. Why is everything okay?

DR. HARTMAN: Yeah, yeah. I just need to talk to him. So, hey, how’s everything going with the high school guy?

[Nina looks confused and Dr. Hartman urges her to speak.]

DR. HARTMAN: (CONT'D) Y’know the one that you’re in love with.

NINA: Oh, oh, yeah, it’s going okay.

DR. HARTMAN: Just okay? Well, what did he say when you told him? Did he flip out?

NINA: Not exactly.

[Nina heads to the back in the kitchen and Dr. Hartman follows.]

NINA: (CONT'D) What are y..? Jake?

DR. HARTMAN: Talk to me. What happened?

NINA: You’re not allowed back here.

DR. HARTMAN: I know. I know, it’s a high security post. So what’s going on?

NINA: Nothing’s going on. I haven’t said anything to him yet.

[Dr. Hartman looks surprised.]

NINA: (CONT'D) Don’t look at me like that. I just… I haven’t had a chance. The right moment hasn’t come up.

DR. HARTMAN: Well, it’s never gonna be the right moment. You just have to do it.

NINA: Why is this so important to you?

DR. HARTMAN: Because it’s just I to see you wasting your time pining. That makes two of us and that’s just a total waste of energy.

NINA: It’s-It’s just…complicated. He’s a good friend and cliché as this may sound – it’s hard to cross that line. If I say something and he doesn’t feel the same way back, it could get all weird between us and our whole friendship is gonna change.

DR. HARTMAN: Well, it already has – at least for you. I mean the fact that you’re not being honest with him right now what kind of friendship is that? And besides if you don’t tell him, I’m gonna keep on flirting with you.

NINA: Jake…

DR. HARTMAN: Okay. I’m going to retreat now to the unrestricted zone. (walking away) Don’t be scared, Nin. Just do it.

[Cut to Amy and Hannah in Amy’s bathroom – Amy is helping Hannah put in contacts.]

AMY: The first times always hurts but it gets easier, I promise.

[Hannah looks scared into the mirror.]

HANNAH: Oh maybe I’m not ready for this.

AMY: Well, maybe just try it one more time.

[Rose pokes her head into Amy’s bathroom.]

ROSE: Amy, I’m leaving now. I’ll be home on Monday. You have Grandma’s number.

HANNAH: Oh my God, I think it’s stuck up inside my eyeball.

AMY: Oh, let me see. Let me see.

[Amy looking in Hannah’s eye.]

AMY: (CONT'D) Oh yeah I see it. It’s to the left. Do you want me to grab it?

HANNAH: (whines)

ROSE: Are you sure you should be doing this?

AMY: We’re fine, Mom.

HANNAH: I think I got it. I think I got it.

AMY: You sure?

HANNAH: I got it. I got it.

[Amy turns Hannah around to show Rose.]

AMY: Mom, doesn’t Hannah look good without her glasses?

ROSE: Beautiful.

HANNAH: Stop it.

ROSE: You girls have fun.

[Rose hugs Amy.]

AMY: Bye. I love you.

[Rose leaves the bathroom. Amy turns Hannah back around to look in the mirror.]

AMY: (CONT'D) See you’re suffering now, but it’s gonna be totally worth it, I promise.

[Hannah sighs.]

AMY: (CONT'D) Like remember the first time you shaved your legs – completely traumatic, but not it’s like nothing.

HANNAH: No, it’s still traumatic. (Sighs) So is Bright home?

AMY: He’s, uh, working the restaurant today, I think. Why?

HANNAH: Curious.

[Hannah tries to play off the question discreetly, but Amy notices what Hannah was doing and looks at her in a funny way as Amy walks out of the bathroom.]


[Cut to inside Amy’s room – Amy is at her desk and Hannah goes to sit on Amy’s bed.]

AMY: Okay, I don’t want to sound like I hate my brother right now, because I don’t, but you can’t like him.

HANNAH: You think he’s out of my league.

AMY: No, it’s just better to be on the same level as the person you like in terms of experience. How far have you gone?

[Hannah laughs.]

AMY: (CONT'D) Oh come on. It’s not like I’m the queen of experience either. Trust me.

HANNAH: Uh, I’ve never kissed a guy.

AMY: Okay. Now you see Bright is at the other end of the fooling around spectrum. I mean there’s a huge gap between someone whose never kissed a guy and someone who's been with half of County. It’s like he’s Tiger Woods and you’re playing miniature golf.

HANNAH: Only I’ve never even held a club.

[They share a laugh.]

AMY: It’s not all about how far you’ve gone. It has a lot to do with attitude too. I mean, Ephram and I, we take these things very seriously. We’re comfortable talking about them. Bright doesn’t take anything seriously at all. Do you really want your first kiss to be with someone like that?

HANNAH: Maybe.

[Hannah throws herself down on Amy’s bed.]

AMY: Hannah, no. Oh my gosh, just forget about my brother and I promise that I will make it my mission to find you someone better. And besides with those new contact lenses, I’m not even gonna have to try.

HANNAH: Okay. (pause) So when’s he getting home?

[Amy throws a book at Hannah and Hannah laughs.]

[Cut to Drs. Brown and Abbott Office – Dr. Brown is looking through some mail before he leaves the office for the night and Dr. Hartman walks in.]

DR. HARTMAN: Are we alone?

DR. BROWN: Well, Dr. Abbott left an hour ago if that’s who you’re referring to unless it’s Louise that you’re worried about.

DR. HARTMAN: Ah, she’s pretty scrappy, but I think I can take her.

[Dr. Hartman walks over to Dr. Brown.]

DR. HARTMAN: (CONT'D) So, hey. Uh, I just wanted to run something by you.

DR. BROWN: How’s Edna doing?

DR. HARTMAN: Uh, great. She’s-she’s been great.

DR. BROWN: Has she made you her famous spiced cider yet?

DR. HARTMAN: I can’t say that I’ve had the cider.

DR. BROWN: Oh, that’s too bad. It’s terrific. You know she mills the spices herself.

DR. HARTMAN: Look a boy – a senior, 17 years old – came into my office today for an STD test.

DR. BROWN: Okay.

DR. HARTMAN: Okay and I’m sure it’s different in L.A. I’m-I’m just curious as to how it works here in Everwood. Do you give them free contraceptives?

DR. BROWN: It’s your call, Doctor. You do whatever you want to do.

DR. HARTMAN: Well, yes, but since the kid’s a minor. I mean do you notify the parent.

DR. BROWN: Parent or parents?

DR. HARTMAN: Actually I think he’s being raised by a single dad.

DR. BROWN: Well, in that case, I would, uh, talk to him, make sure that he’s being safe and if anything abnormal showed up in the tests…

DR. HARTMAN: No, I don’t-I don’t think that’s the issue here. I think he’s just doing them as a precaution y’know - before.

DR. BROWN: Right. Well, it seems like you’re covering all your bases.

DR. HARTMAN: Okay. Good. I was just trying to do the right thing here, y’know. Don’t want to make any more rookie mistakes in this town. Thanks, Andy.

[Dr. Hartman walks toward the door to leave relieved.]

[Cut to Abbott House – Dr. Abbott is watching a movie in his pajamas on the couch and the doorbell rings.]

DR. ABBOTT: Coming.

[Dr. Abbott gets up and walks to the door and opens it – it’s Dr. Brown.]

DR. ABBOTT: (CONT'D) Ah, Dr. Brown. Come in. Come in. Your timing is impeccable. Debra Winger’s just been diagnosed with a malignant tumor. Another serving of shells and cheese is simmering on the stovetop.

DR. BROWN: No thanks. I just ate.

DR. ABBOTT: Suit yourself.

[Dr. Abbott sits back on the couch.]

DR. BROWN: Harold, listen. Uh…

DR. ABBOTT: You know I have to tell you this whole bachelorhood thing is not at all intolerable. Do you realize I have serving utensils sitting in the sink unrinsed. Unrinsed. Now do you have any idea what kind of freedom that is?

DR. BROWN: Ephram and Amy are going to have sex.

[Dr. Abbott stops eating.]


DR. BROWN: Jake came by my office after work today. Apparently Ephram went to see him for an STD test – just as a precaution be-before they…

DR. ABBOTT: Before they…

DR. BROWN: Well, I’m assuming it hasn’t happened yet – at least that’s what he thought.

DR. ABBOTT: Jake told you this.

[Dr. Abbott starts to look pail.]

DR. BROWN: In a roundabout way, yes. And believe me the irony did not go unnoticed. It made me feel kind of bad about last year with Amy. But listen that’s not important. The point is…

DR. ABBOTT: The point is they’re going to have sex.

[Dr. Abbott starts to pace around the living room.]

DR. BROWN: Looks like it yes.

DR. ABBOTT: But how? How did this happen?

DR. BROWN: Well, they’re both seniors in high school. They’re going off to college next year, it’s not that unusual. Ephram’s already had sex so he’s probably overready.

DR. ABBOTT: Do you think he’s pressuring her?

DR. BROWN: No, I don’t think that and you don’t think that.

DR. ABBOTT: I think my macaroni and cheese is coming back on me. That’s what I think. My God, whatever happened to good old-fashioned handholding. A chaste kiss on the cheek in the presence of a chaperone.

DR. BROWN: I don’t know, Harold, maybe they went the way of the poodle skirt.

DR. ABBOTT: And you have to go ahead and built that soundproof garage for Ephram. Why not just buy them their very own Motel 6?

DR. BROWN: Oh, calm down, Harold. The reason I came here is that so that you and I…

DR. ABBOTT: Oh don’t tell me to calm down, Andy. My daughter’s about to be deflowered by Supersperm over there. I’m not supposed to have a reaction. You don’t understand.

DR. BROWN: Of course I understand. Ephram’s my son. I’m just as upset about this as you are.

DR. ABBOTT: No, you’re not. It’s not the same with boys. I had the talk with Bright last year. It lasted all of 15 minutes and I never even thought about it again.

[Dr. Abbott sits down on the couch again.]

DR. ABBOTT: (CONT'D) Amy… Amy, she’s my little girl. It’s different, Andy. You’ll see in 10 years time when you’re having this conversation with Delia – get back to me.

[Dr. Brown sits down on the couch next to Dr. Abbott.]

DR. BROWN: You’re right. I probably wouldn’t’ve given this a second thought if everything hadn’t’ve happened last year with…

DR. ABBOTT: With Madison. I know.

DR. BROWN: Listen, I’ll talk to him. Maybe I- Maybe I can convince him to hold off for awhile.

DR. ABBOTT: And I’ll talk to Amy too. Perhaps I’ll. Oh God, Rose is out of town all weekend visiting that wretched mother of hers. Do you think this can wait until Monday?

DR. BROWN: Well, we can wait. The question is can they wait? Welcome to bachelorhood, Harold.

[They sigh.]



DR. ABBOTT: Do you have any idea what you’re going to say?

DR. BROWN: Nope. You?

DR. ABBOTT: Not whatsoever.



[Fade in – Ephram’s studio – Ephram is playing on the piano and Dr. Brown walks in like he’s on a mission and sits down on the couch.]

DR. BROWN: You in the middle of something?

EPHRAM: Not anymore. What’s up?

DR. BROWN: I want to talk to you about sex.

EPHRAM: Well, I don’t know how much pot you smoked in the 60s, but we had this conversation already last year.

DR. BROWN: I know that.

EPHRAM: We gonna have it again with every girl I date until I’m married.

DR. BROWN: Hopefully, this will be my swan song. But this one’s a little different. This time I’m going to tell you that I don’t think you should…have sex…with Amy. That was supposed to be a complete sentence.

EPHRAM: Are you forbidding it?

DR. BROWN: Obviously, I can’t control the decisions that you make but I-I would appreciate it if you would hear me out. I know that you and Amy are in love and I know that that feeling is very powerful. It makes you want to push the relationship forward, but I would like you to think about how it was for you with Madison last year.

EPHRAM: How did you know that I had sex with Madison?

DR. BROWN: Because at some point the relationship deepened. It changed. You changed and I saw it happen. And I want you to think about how you felt after it happened and multiply those feelings by a thousand and that’s how it’s going to be for Amy.

EPHRAM: Yeah, I hear you and if-if I didn’t think that I was in this for the long haul, then I might agree.

DR. BROWN: That’s just it. You are in it for the long haul. I can see that. Which is why you can afford to take your time. I mean, how’s it going for you two right now?

EPHRAM: Great. We’re the best we’ve ever been.

DR. BROWN: Well, sex changes that. Forever. Dynamics – the focus of the relationship. I mean, you two have worked so hard for so long to be together and to be happy. You willing to risk that?

EPHRAM: Not when you put it like that.

DR. BROWN: Look, I know that sex has a way of feeling like the prize especially at your age and I understand. All I’m asking for you to do is just take your time. I just want you to, uh, enjoy getting to that. It’s worth it.

EPHRAM: Impressive.

DR. BROWN: Yeah?

EPHRAM: Yeah, I mean, definitely one of your better ones. It hasn’t come yet, but, uh, y’know, if it does I’ll be sure to think about it.

[Dr. Brown smiles, thinking he accomplished his goal.]

[Cut to Abbott House – Dr. Abbott is having a tea party for himself and Amy. Dr. Abbott offers Amy a plate of vegetables.]

DR. ABBOTT: Crudités?

[Amy looks at Dr. Abbott weirdly.]

AMY: What is all of this?

DR. ABBOTT: High tea. Try this spread. It’s wonderful.

[Dr. Abbott offers Amy a cheeseball.]

AMY: No, I’m good. Dad, you realize the last time we had a tea party I was like four.

DR. ABBOTT: Yes. Yes. And do you remember those tea parties? How we used to make those little cakes in your Easy Bake Oven. Those were delicious weren’t they?

AMY: Umm, yeah.

DR. ABBOTT: Yes, but remember how we took them out prematurely. They wouldn’t be ready.

[Dr. Abbott pours Amy a cup of tea and hands it to her. Amy continues to look at Dr. Abbott in a scared way.]

DR. ABBOTT: (CONT'D) Hmm? Because, Honey, it wasn’t time yet.

[Amy sips the tea.]

DR. ABBOTT: (CONT'D) I’m-I’m talking about sex, Amy.

[Amy spits the tea back into the cup.]

DR. ABBOTT: (CONT'D) I know that you and Ephram have discussed it.

AMY: What? No. N-No we haven’t.

DR. ABBOTT: Of course you have.

AMY: No we haven’t, Dad.

DR. ABBOTT: Come now, we should be able to engage in an honest discourse on the subject without falling prey to the typical flusterings. I am a hip dad.

AMY: For the record, you can’t say that you’re hip. It kind of goes against actually being hip. (pause) Is Mom home yet?

DR. ABBOTT: Oh we do not need your mother. Here, have a scone.

[Dr. Abbott hands Amy a scone. Amy has a look on her face that she just wants to leave.]

DR. ABBOTT: (CONT'D) Listen to me.

AMY: Dad…

DR. ABBOTT: Just… I know that you and Ephram aren’t kids anymore. You’re teenagers with all of those hormones coursing through your bodies. Why wouldn’t you be thinking about sex?

AMY: Cause it’s not that I’m not thinking about it. I’m just…

DR. ABBOTT: Oh, Honey, it’s only natural. With the media bombarding you with suggestive imagery every chance it gets – movies, television, not to mention those Victoria’s Secret commercials, which leave very little to the imagination. And I’m sure that many of your peers are even trying it out.

AMY: Yeah, some of ‘em.

DR. ABBOTT: Lots of ‘em. And I’m assuming that you’re still on the pill.

AMY: Yes, but only because Aunt Linda said it wasn’t good to go on and off of it so I just stayed on. (thinking) Unless maybe subconsciously I stayed on for Ephram and I.

DR. ABBOTT: You probably did. Because you wanted your first time to be with someone that you’re in love with and you felt comfortable with.

AMY: Yes, that’s true.

DR. ABBOTT: See I understand these things.

AMY: Maybe you’re right. Maybe I’ve just avoided talking with Ephram about this because I’m… I don’t know, scared of my sexuality.

[Dr. Abbott’s eyes get big.]

DR. ABBOTT: No. Wh-What’s that now? You…

AMY: Dad, you’re probably dead on. I’m probably a lot closer to this than I thought. Maybe it is time I start talking to Ephram about this stuff.

DR. ABBOTT: Wait, so you truly have not actually…?

AMY: Dad, this is fantastic. You really clarified a lot of stuff for me. And you were right, we didn’t need Mom at all for this.

[Amy gets up from her chair and gives Dr. Abbott a kiss on the cheek and leaves.]

[Cut to Bright in the Restaurant setting up tables and Hannah walks in.]

BRIGHT: Hannah. Hey, uh, we don’t open until 5:30.

HANNAH: Yeah, I know, I’m actually not here to eat. I can’t remember if I told you or not but I’m living at Nina’s and she’s got a whole other person to feed now that I’m there and, uh, she’s so hard already so I was thinking maybe I could help her out and I know that you really seem to enjoy working here so.

BRIGHT: What, you want a job?


[Hannah twitches her eye because of the contacts.]

BRIGHT: Are you okay? Do you have something in your eye?

HANNAH: No. Well, technically yes. I’m just having some blinking issues.

BRIGHT: Oh, so listen my manager’s not here right now and I’m on the clock so…

HANNAH: Uh, okay.

BRIGHT: But, uh, I can get you an application if you just hang for a little while. I’ve got to do a few things.

HANNAH: Sure, I can hang.

BRIGHT: All right.

HANNAH: You’re really good at that. Setting up really fast.

[Hannah follows Bright to the counter where he is filling ketchup bottles.]

BRIGHT: Ehh. I don’t think about it anymore. You get used to it, y’know.

HANNAH: Well, it’s obvious you’re a natural. Really coordinated and everything.

[Bright gives Hannah a smile.]

BRIGHT: Uh, so you want some restaurant lingo so when you sit down with Mikey you’ll sound more professional.


BRIGHT: This what I’m doing right here…

HANNAH: Umm, hmm.

BRIGHT: It’s called marrying the ketchups.

HANNAH: Because you’re marrying two ketchups.

BRIGHT: Exactly. Do you Mr. Heinz take you, Miss, uh, Generic Tomato Paste to be your lawfully wedded wife? (high pitched voice) I do.

[Bright makes the ketchup bottles kiss and Bright and Hannah share a laugh.]

HANNAH: There must be a lot of inbreeding, huh?

[Bright looks at Hannah like he doesn’t get it.]

HANNAH (CONT’D) They’re both ketchups. Y’know, they’re keeping it in the family.

[Bright still looks blank.]

HANNAH: (CONT'D) I’m sorry that was stupid.

BRIGHT: Oh, no. No, I get it. It took me awhile. I like it. Twisted.

HANNAH: Thanks.

[Hannah smiles.]

BRIGHT: Yeah, gotta got that Ephram smart thing going on.

[They share a glance and Bright picks up the tray of ketchup bottles and carries them across the restaurant.]

BRIGHT: (CONT'D) So, uh, what are you doing right now?

[Hannah follows.]


BRIGHT: ‘Cause I am off. I was thinking about going to grab a movie. Wanna come?

[Bright clocks out and takes off his apron.]

HANNAH: Yeah, uh, yeah. I can definitely come. Sure.

BRIGHT: Then let’s hit it.


[They start to leave.]

BRIGHT: Oh, wait a minute. You wanted that application, right?

HANNAH: Right, yes.

BRIGHT: One second.

[Bright leaves to get one and Hannah is left to smile and be happy about going out with Bright.]

[Cut to the Brown house – Nina knocks on the kitchen door and comes in.]

NINA: Hello? Andy?

[Dr. Brown walks into the kitchen from the foyer.]

DR. BROWN: Nina, there’s my lovely next door neighbor. You know what you are looking at. You are looking at one hell of a father-son communicator.

NINA: Is that so?

DR. BROWN: Umm, hmm. I had a very nice chat with Ephram this morning and, uh, let’s just say that I was extremely effective.

NINA: That sounds like a good enough reason for a night on the town, which is why I came by.


NINA: Well, I-I have a sitter for tonight. She offered to work. I think she was just looking for an excuse to get away from her boyfriend but I just heard about this new topes place. Sounds really good. You get a whole bunch of little tastes.

DR. BROWN: Oh very Spanish. Sounds great. What time should we go?

NINA: Uh, actually I made a reservation for 8 o’clock, so uh?

DR. BROWN: A reservation?

NINA: Uh, yeah.

DR. BROWN: Wow, I haven’t heard that term in over a year. Must be pretty swanky.

NINA: Yeah, well, it’s just new. So, uh, so I’ll come by around 7:30.

DR. BROWN: Yeah, perfect.

NINA: Okay, see you at 7:30.

[Nina starts to leave.]

[Cut to Amy and Ephram washing the car in the Abbott driveway.]

AMY: So, uh, I had sort of an interesting conversation with my dad today.


AMY: Yeah, apparently he thinks we’re having sex. Or that we’re thinking about it anyways?

EPHRAM: That’s a little weird. I had the exact same conversation with my dad today.

AMY: Really. I guess it’s in the air.

EPHRAM: How long ago did you guys have this talk?

AMY: A few hours ago. The funny thing is he just sort of assumed that we’ve been thinking about it, which-which I haven’t really, but the fact that he was made me think that maybe we should be.


AMY: Ooh, I bring up sex and you bring up my grandma.

EPHRAM: Okay, so this is not a big deal so don’t like freak out or anything, but I went and, uh, saw Dr. Jake the other day, just for, y’know, some routine check-ups and stuff and I decided that I should probably get tested so I did and Edna must’ve seen my chart and told our dads which is why we’re both getting the talk.

AMY: Oh-Oh, wait, you went to get tested for like HIV and stuff.

EPHRAM: Yeah, it seemed like the responsible thing to do, so…

AMY: Why didn’t you tell me?

EPHRAM: Uh, I don’t know. I guess I thought that they were my tests and they didn’t really have anything to do with you.

AMY: Okay?

EPHRAM: I mean, I took the tests for you. I just figured I’d wait until I had a clean bill of health before I got you involved.

AMY: That’s romantic. Some girls get flowers and I get test results.

[Ephram gives Amy a “Here comes a fight” look.]

AMY: (CONT'D) No, I’m serious, Ephram, the second that I started thinking about this, I talked to you about it – like four minutes ago. But not only did you not talk to me about it, you got a doctor’s appointment and got blood taken and-and…

EPHRAM: And you’re making this into a way bigger deal than it needs to be, okay.

AMY: What the getting tested or the having sex?

EPHRAM: Either. Both. I mean, it doesn’t have to be this massive.

AMY: Right, because you’re such an experienced sex god that our first time is just whatever.

EPHRAM: B-But it’s not my first time.

AMY: But it’s OUR first time. Thanks for reminding me though because you know you getting an STD test wasn’t enough.


AMY: Y’know what, Ephram, it doesn’t even matter because this whole thing just made me realize that we are not even close to being ready anyways so…

[Amy towels dry her hands and walks toward the house. Ephram is frustrated and squeezes his sponge.]



[Fade in – Brown house – Ephram is storming through the kitchen looking for Dr. Brown and finds him in the den.]

EPHRAM: Way to go, Dad, you almost had me this time.

DR. BROWN: What are you talking about?

EPHRAM: I know you know that I went to get tested which is why you gave me that load of crap about holding off with Amy.

DR. BROWN: It’s not a load of crap.

EPHRAM: Ah, as if you had no idea, as if you’re just Mr. Father Knows Best.

DR. BROWN: All right, I knew. But you clearly didn’t want to discuss it with me.

EPHRAM: Y-You most of the time just say the stupidest crap which really pisses me off, but every once in awhile you actually say something that makes since like this morning, I was actually thinking about taking your advice.

[Dr. Brown stands up.]

DR. BROWN: Look the fact that I knew about your doctor’s appointment doesn’t change our conversation.

EPHRAM: Yes, it does. It completely does, because it came from a totally false place. Motivated by some personal agenda which I don’t get.

DR. BROWN: Well, what don’t you get?

EPHRAM: Why you care? Seriously, I… Why are you jumping through hoops trying to keep me from having sex? Maybe if it was my first time I get it, but it’s not. Sex has been had so why are you freaking out now?

[Dr. Brown just stares at Ephram trying to think of a response.]

DR. BROWN: Because… With you and Amy, it’s-it’s-it’s much more serious, that’s why I-I…

EPHRAM: I don’t care. All right, forget it.

[Nina knocks on the kitchen door and comes in.]

NINA: Hey.

EPHRAM: Yeah, if I want to have sex, I’m gonna have sex and I’m not gonna talk to you about it.

[Ephram walks away.]

NINA: I’ll just cancel that reservation.

[Dr. Brown just looks shell-shocked.]

[Cut to – Harper House – Amy knocks on the door and Edna answers it.]

EDNA: Amy.

AMY: Hi, Grandma. You totally ruined my life.

[Amy bursts through the door and into the kitchen.]

EDNA: Well, this should be fun.

AMY: I mean, it is obviously not all your fault I just don’t understand why you would go to my dad instead of coming to me, especially after everything we went through last year.

EDNA: Come to you about what? You’re making me dizzy, Private.

AMY: I know that you know that Ephram went to get an STD test from Dr. Jake and I know that you told my dad who told Dr. Brown or you told Dr. Brown who told my dad. I’m not quite sure of the order here.

EDNA: Okay.

AMY: The point is now the entire population of Everwood knows that Ephram wanted to have sex with me except for me.

EDNA: So you didn’t know he was getting tested?

AMY: NO!!!

EDNA: Okay. Okay. I’m just trying to break this down to basics. So you’re upset that Ephram didn’t tell you?

AMY: I’m upset because… Because this whole thing is just embarrassing.

EDNA: Partying in a public restroom is embarrassing. That’s not what’s got you bugged. So if you’re gonna throw a hissy fit at me at least me honest.

AMY: I feel like an idiot. I-I-I’ve just been trying to convince myself that Ephram and I are on the same page with this stuff – sex and everything. I mean, I-I knew that he slept with Madison. He told me that but I just thought that maybe if I didn’t think about that, that I could pretend like it didn’t happen.

EDNA: Why does it matter that it happened?

AMY: Because how am I gonna live up to that?

EDNA: What?

[Amy sits down at the kitchen table.]

EDNA: (CONT'D) Oh, Amy.

[Edna walks over to the kitchen table and sits down.]

AMY: Oh, Grandma, try to be a little unbiased here, seriously. I mean, the girl’s like four years older than me. Clearly way more experienced. A helluva lot prettier.

EDNA: Now watch it. That’s my favorite granddaughter, you’re insulting.

AMY: I’m serious though. I mean, I just try to imagine that Ephram and I were in the same universe and the bottom line is we’re not.

EDNA: You’re in love. That’s the only universe that counts. Listen to me, sex isn’t just an act you learn how to do once. It’s different with every person and-and every time you embark on that journey with someone new it’s scary. No matter how many times you’ve done it before. Heck, the first time Irv and I…

AMY: Ooh, Grandma, no.

EDNA: (laughs) Sorry. But you get what I’m saying. It’s all right to be afraid or nervous. It just means it’s important to you.

AMY: Yeah, I guess I don’t fully believe you yet, but I appreciate the thought.

[They get up and hug.]

AMY: (CONT'D) Thank you.

[Amy leaves.]

[Cut to – Hartman House – Dr. Hartman answers the door and Edna is there.]


EDNA: You ever discuss a patient’s business outside the office again, you’ll be begging for a court marshal.

DR. HARTMAN: How did you find out?

EDNA: I’m a God, that’s how. I know all.

DR. HARTMAN: The kid is a minor and to tell you the truth he looked kind of freaked out sitting in my office all by himself. If I were his parent I would want to know.

EDNA: You don’t get to make that call. What you did was unprofessional.

DR. HARTMAN: If you’re talking confidentiality I didn’t mention his name – not once. And I gotta say I-I still don’t know how you…

EDNA: Pay attention, because it might be complicated for your California pea-sized brain to understand. Ephram Brown, son of Dr. Brown, goes out with Amy Abbott, daughter of Dr. Abbott, who happens to be my son, which makes her my granddaughter.

DR. HARTMAN: Wow, it’s like a Greek play.

EDNA: That’s right. So if you ever do anything like this again, I’ll buy a broach and stab you in the eyes myself.

[Edna turns and leaves. Dr. Hartman walks out a step.]

DR. HARTMAN: Hey, Edna. How come you never make me your spiced cider?

[Cut to – Nina’s House – Bright and Hannah pull up to the house and they walk up to the door.]

BRIGHT: So how are you liking this place? Nina treating you all right?

HANNAH: Yeah, Nina’s great. I’ve met a lot of really nice people.

BRIGHT: You mean my sister and her permanent appendage.

HANNAH: And you?

[They stop to talk at the top of the porch.]

BRIGHT: So hey, good luck that application. If you need any help with the restaurant lingo, give me a buzz.

HANNAH: Really?


[Hannah steps toward Bright in an attempt at a kiss but Bright leans backward to avoid the kiss.]


HANNAH: I’m sorry, did I lean in wrong?

BRIGHT: No. No. It’s just, uh, this-this isn’t that kind of night, Hannah?

HANNAH: I know, I’m trying to make it that kind of night. I like you, Bright.

BRIGHT: Yeah, I know. I kind of figured that out from before.

HANNAH: Oh. Okay.

BRIGHT: Hey, look, I’m sorry. I hope I didn’t lead you on or anything. Sorry.

HANNAH: No. No. No, you didn’t. It’s fine.

[Hannah walks toward the front door embarrassed and stops.]

HANNAH: (CONT'D) Although, actually you kinda did. I mean if you knew that I… Why would you do all that stuff?

BRIGHT: We just went to the movies, Hannah. It’s not like I tried to rip your shirt off.

[Hannah walks away again.]

BRIGHT: (CONT'D) No. No. Hey. Lo-Lo-Look, hey, all right, I flirted, but I-I don’t know why, it’s just a natural reflex with me and…

HANNAH: And what?

BRIGHT: And I don’t know, I guess part of me liked having the company. Uh, I mean, look I’m really messed up right now. I… My life is nothing like how I pictured it. Y’know, all my friends are off to college and Ephram, he’s my best friend, we’re not even talking right now, y’know. You coming in the restaurant today, I mean, you were looking up to me and treating me like a movie star or something.

HANNAH: Oh, God.

BRIGHT: It felt good. I haven’t felt like that in a long time.

HANNAH: Maybe you don’t deserve to.

[Bright doesn’t respond so Hannah walks inside the house.]

[Cut to – Brown House – Dr. Brown and Nina are talking in the kitchen.]

DR. BROWN: It’s like every time we take two steps forward, we-we’re taking thirty steps back.

NINA: Oh, I’m sure it’s not that bad. Maybe 29 steps tops. I’m sorry.

DR. BROWN: Obviously, it doesn’t matter. He’s gonna do what he wants to do. There’s nothing I can do about it.

NINA: There was never anything you could’ve done about it. I mean, I’m sure that it was helluva speech, but you didn’t really think that you were gonna stop them from having sex, did you?

DR. BROWN: Why is that so crazy? I mean, when did we get to this point where kids just have sex and we’re supposed to be okay with it.

NINA: At least you know that Ephram is being responsible and you guys did cover that stuff last year.

DR. BROWN: Please, last year I had my head in the sand. I was so busy trying to be his friend, his buddy, I think I actually told him to go and have fun if you can believe that.

NINA: Well, it doesn’t sound like the worst advice.

DR. BROWN: Trust me, it is. You know, you can only pull off that friend routine for so long before being a parent catches up with you and you start to think about the ten million things that could go wrong.

NINA: But you can’t think about that stuff. I mean, you can, but it’ll just drive you nuts. If I worried about every possible concussion Sam might get when he hits the monkey bars, I’d go insane.

DR. BROWN: Well, monkey bars are very dangerous too. Nina, I could tell you stories.

NINA: Please don’t. But that’s the thing, Andy, there-there comes a point where you just have to trust your kid and have faith in the universe they’re gonna be okay.

DR. BROWN: Yeah, well, I don’t have that kind of faith.

NINA: Well, I do. And I keep a little extra for you so don’t worry okay.

DR. BROWN: I don’t know what I’d do without you, Nina. I really don’t. Look at you in that outfit; I can’t believe I messed up your evening tonight.

NINA: Ah, it’s okay. I can always wear it again.

DR. BROWN: Yeah, but you look so pretty. And I could’ve been your wingman tonight, I mean, I bet there are thousands of single guys at that place. Well, y’know what, I’ll make it up to you. Take a rain check okay?

NINA: Sure. Rain check.



[Fade in – Abbott House – Bright is making himself a sandwich in the kitchen when Amy walks in.]

AMY: Hey, Bright.

BRIGHT: Look, I already know, okay. So don’t bothering laying into me. You can’t make me feel any worse than I already do.

AMY: Umm, hello, guilty conscious. I just came to tell you that I took the trash out so you don’t have to.

BRIGHT: Oh. Thanks.

[Amy gets a water out of the refrigerator.]

AMY: So what’d you do?

BRIGHT: Nothing.

AMY: Get into another fight with Dad?

[Bright doesn’t answer. He keeps working on his sandwich.]

AMY: (CONT'D) Mom?

[Bright doesn’t answer. He keeps working on his sandwich.]

AMY: (CONT'D) Ephram?

BRIGHT: Look, I’m not gonna talk to you about this, okay. So go.

AMY: Okay. Fine. I don’t really have the head space to listen to what you have to say anyways.


AMY: But let me just give you two seconds of advice.

[Bright sighs and moans.]

AMY: (CONT'D) No, I’m serious and this is coming from a girl whose done therapy, yoga and antidepressants, so I know what I’m talking about. You can’t keep shutting people out, Bright. I mean, I know you think you can, because you think that you’ll keep finding new doors to open, but the fact is they’re not there. There actually are a limited number of doors and an extremely limited number of great people who really really care so just work it out with whoever. If there’s a thousand people pissed at you, then just start with one. And start soon, because it’s really hard losing people. It’s even harder getting them back. That’s it.

[Amy leaves the kitchen for Bright to ponder.]

[Cut to – Nina’s House – Hannah is crying in her room and writing in her journal and Nina walks in.]

NINA: Hannah, I think I am going to take that luan back.

[Nina notices Hannah is crying.]

NINA: (CONT'D) Honey, is something wrong?

HANNAH: No. No. I’m fine.

NINA: Something happen at home. Did your mom call?

[Nina walks over to Hannah’s bed.]

HANNAH: Oh, no, it’s… It’s nothing. It’s just stupid boy stuff.

NINA: Well, there’s nothing stupid about boy stuff.

HANNAH: You know how they say if you put yourself out there like really risk something – like your heart or something – that it’s supposed to work out.

NINA: Who says that?

HANNAH: You know, movies, Shakespeare.

NINA: Oh, right.

[Nina sits on the bed.]

HANNAH: Yeah, well, it’s definitely not true. And personally I think that it is a very bad idea – putting yourself out there like unwise.

NINA: So, I’m guessing that you put your heart on the line and you didn’t get the outcome you were hoping for.

HANNAH: I just thought y’know, if I… if I got contact lenses and did my hair the right way that…maybe I’d be that girl that guys like back, but I’m not that girl. I’m never gonna be that girl. And I never should’ve told him that I liked him.

NINA: Him who?

[Hannah throws her hands up in desperation.]

NINA: (CONT'D) Never mind, it doesn’t matter. But, honey, there’s nothing wrong with what you did.

HANNAH: Yes, there is, because he doesn’t like me back and now I just look like this enormous idiot.

NINA: No you don’t. Actually, you look incredibly brave to me. It takes guts to tell someone how you feel about them. And you know what, it almost doesn’t matter what they say back. Just the fact that you had the courage to say it that means that you are the kind of girl that gets the guy.

HANNAH: No, it’s not.

NINA: Not all the guys – the right guy – the one whose gonna appreciate how rare you are.

HANNAH: It’s just I liked liking him. It was fun to think about him. It was a fun dream to go to sleep to, y’know. I guess false hope is better than no hope at all, right? Shakespeare – what a hack?

NINA: Yep, I say that we skip dinner tonight and go straight to dessert. What do ya think?

HANNAH: I like it.

[Nina gets up.]

NINA: Oh. I almost forgot. Somebody left this by the front door. I assume it’s for you.

[Nina hands Hannah a holder of baby ketchups with a note.]

HANNAH: Ketchup children.

NINA: What does that mean?

HANNAH: Consolation prize.

[Nina understands and leaves the room. Hannah opens the card and it reads “I’m Sorry!”]

[Cut to – Abbott House – Dr. Abbott and Dr. Brown are drinking coffee in the living room.]

DR. BROWN: You know, these crumpets are delicious. I’ve never actually had a crumpet.

DR. ABBOTT: Hear me out, Brown. I’ve researched thoroughly several well-respected programs accept new students at the semester break. Andover for one is an exceptional music program.

DR. BROWN: I don’t think that’s the answer.

DR. ABBOTT: Okay, option two. We devise a system whereby at no time these two are left unsupervised. Did you know there is a Low jack device specifically designed for people?

DR. BROWN: People on parole from prison.

DR. ABBOTT: But the technology exists. We decide how to use it.

[Dr. Brown doesn’t respond.]

DR. ABBOTT: (CONT'D) It’s over, isn’t it?

DR. BROWN: Not necessarily. They’re teenagers. There’s a very good chance they’ll screw this relationship up before they even get to the sex.

DR. ABBOTT: Here’s to praying.

[The Doctors toast their cups and Rose walks in the front door.]

ROSE: Hello, anybody home.


[Dr. Abbott goes to greet her in the foyer.]

ROSE: Harold?

DR. ABBOTT: Thank God. Never leave me alone again.

ROSE: Oh, it’s good to see you too, dear.

DR. ABBOTT: We need to buy locks, Rose. Lots of locks and a security system, preferably something with a motion detector.

ROSE: Was there a break in?

DR. BROWN: Not yet.

[Dr. Brown walks over to Rose and gives her a hug.]

DR. BROWN: (CONT'D) Hi, Rose. Welcome back.

ROSE: Oh, Dr. Brown. I don’t know what we have in the way of food, but you’re welcome to stay for dinner.

DR. BROWN: No. No, I’m fine. I’ll see you tomorrow, Harold.

[Dr. Brown walks to the front door.]

DR. ABBOTT: Yes. Yes, Let me tell you, Rose. You can not imagine the type of weekend that I’ve had.

ROSE: Oh, well, let me tell you my mother was in fine form as well.

[Dr. Brown watches the Abbotts communicate and then leaves.]

[Cut to sidewalk – Ephram and Amy are walking out of the theatre and across the street and down the sidewalk.]

AMY: You know if we went to see another movie, we could spend another two hours avoiding a conversation.

EPHRAM: Yeah, I was thinking a triple feature. It could be like the whole week never happened.

AMY: No, I’m glad this week happened, Ephram. I’m necessarily a fan of how it happened, just…

[Ephram walks in front of Amy and turns to face her.]

EPHRAM: Pick a hand.

AMY: What?

EPHRAM: Pick a hand.

AMY: That one.

[Ephram brings his left hand forward with a piece of paper folded up to give to Amy. Amy takes it from Ephram.]

AMY: (CONT'D) What is this? An apology letter, how very formal of you.

[Amy opens the piece of paper.]

AMY: (CONT'D) (slight laugh) Your test results.

EPHRAM: I wanted to try to make them as romantic as possible. Y’know, pretty street, starry night.

AMY: And you’re clean.

EPHRAM: Yeah, that wasn’t supposed to be a surprise.

[Ephram takes the results back from Amy.]

EPHRAM: (CONT'D) Look, Amy, I need you to know that if, y’know, we do. (pointing to results in his hand) I mean, it’s gonna be a-a big deal for me as well. It’s not something I’m-I’m gonna take lightly, because you’re not somebody I take lightly.

AMY: I know.

[Amy leans forward and kisses Ephram. She then walks around Ephram and Ephram turns to speak.]

EPHRAM: You, uh, you want to see what was in my other hand?

[Amy looks at him with curiosity. Ephram walks up to Amy and pulls out a gold necklace with a circle on it.]

AMY: Oh my God.

[Ephram hands it to Amy.]

EPHRAM: I was, uh, I was actually, uh, looking to try and find you a bracelet but then I saw this and it just reminded me of you. The circle – it’s like infinite – it’s kinda how I feel about us, so…

AMY: (lets out a breath) I’m – I’m shocked.

EPHRAM: Here. Allow me.

[Ephram takes the necklace to help Amy put it on. They look in a store window for a mirror. Ephram puts it on her.]

AMY: It’s beautiful.

[Amy turns around and gives Ephram a slow passionate kiss on the lips. Amy turns and looks back in the store window.]

AMY: (CONT'D) Well, I guess it’s a good thing I stayed on the pill.

EPHRAM: Y-You are?

[Amy nods.]

EPHRAM: (CONT'D) Since when?

AMY: Last year. For Tommy.

[Amy starts to walk down the sidewalk. Ephram follows.]

EPHRAM: You went on the pill for that creep?

AMY: Yeah. So?

EPHRAM: I mean, you knew that when you went on the pill nothing was gonna happen, right?

AMY: Are you feeling threatened?


AMY: You’re feeling threatened.
Ecrit par Julie 
Bannière de l'animation HypnoDesign 10-2016
Activité récente

"Guardians of the Galaxy 2"
Un premier extrait du film "Guardians of the Galaxy 2" a été présenté lors du Comic-Con de San Diego...


En ce 1er octobre, Sarah Drew fête ses 36 ans. Nous lui souhaitons un joyeux anniversaire et une...

Sortie Cinéma - Les 7 mercenaires

Sortie Cinéma - Les 7 mercenaires
Le film "Les 7 mercenaires" est désormais dans les salles obscures françaises. Vous pourrez y...

iHeartRadio Music Festival

iHeartRadio Music Festival
Justin Baldoni était auJustin Baldoni Photos Photos - 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival - Night 2 -...

Un premier trailer est disponible pour le film "Passengers" dans lequel Chris Pratt partage...


Les nouveautés des séries et de notre site une fois par mois dans ta boîte mail ?

Inscris-toi maintenant


Titepau04 (16:09)

Steed, quel son?

Locksley (16:16)

@steed91 : Spyfafa a ouvert un ticket pour ce point, tu peux le compléter si tu le souhaites.

Locksley (16:16)

@titepau : son de l'HypnoChat si j'ai compris correctement la question

Steed91 (18:22)

J'avais pas vu vos messages, mais Locksley a vu juste. Merci de m'avoir renvoyé sur ce point

grims (21:44)

Bonsoir tout le monde ! déjà cinq participants pour le concours wallpapers Samain sur le quartier Outlander ! venez vous inscrire et nous faire partager vos talents merci et bonne soirée sur HypnoSeries

Sonmi451 (21:54)

Attention si vous venez pas sur Outlander, participer au concours, Grims a une arme redoutable : le bombardement de Hypnosms! lol

grims (22:06)

MDR Sonmi ont ne se moque pas

Sonmi451 (22:11)

Du tout, du tout. Alors moi...Me moquer? Jamais voyons! Ce n'est pas du tout mon genre...

Sonmi451 (22:12)

Bon ok, c'est à partir de quel mot que j'ai perdu ma crédibilité? lol

grims (22:46)

le bombardement de Hypnosms!

Sonmi451 (22:55)

raaaa dès le départ! C'est moche! lol

CastleBeck (04:04)

Ne craignant pas les bombardements de hypnosms, je ne participerai pas, toutefois, je passerai évidemment voir les créations reçues

Titepau04 (08:56)


Titepau04 (08:56)

Steed, ah ok!! Celui-là! Mon dieu que je te comprends!!

Locksley (12:10)

Pour le pbm d'envoi d'HypnoSMS en plusieurs exemplaires, examinez la piste de la souris défectueuse (cf. ma réponse sur le forum) et si ça ne donne rien, ouvrez un ticket.

Locksley (12:13)

Makk et Albi sont au Comic Con Paris ! Suivez-les sur notre compte Twitter ! Elles vous postent des messages au milieu de leur planning bien chargé !

Chris2004 (13:11)

Bonjour à tous ! Nouveau sondage sur le quartier Profilage après la diffusion de "Les adieux" hier soir. Venez découvrir l'audience et venez commenter cette première partie. A bientôt ^^

elyxir (14:58)

Bonjour ! Des volontaires pour participer au Focus sur Nip Tuck ? Une idée de sondage ? Une envie de réaliser un nouveau design ? Ou bien tout simplement d'ajouter des news et des infos sur le quartier ? Je vous attends avec impatience ! Pas besoin de connaître la série pour aider

elyxir (15:18)

Merci serie²

serieserie (15:20)

De rien je ferrais pas ça avant dimanche par contre x)

elyxir (15:20)

Prend ton temps

grims (19:13)

Bonsoir tout le monde ! déjà cinq participants pour le concours wallpapers Samain sur le quartier Outlander ! venez vous inscrire et nous faire partager vos talents merci et bonne soirée sur HypnoSeries

arween (21:04)

Salut à tous ! N'oubliez pas d'aller faire un tour sur HypnoFriends pour vous inscrire !! Vous trouverez peut-être une personne qui a les mêmes gouts seriesques que vous

CastleBeck (22:03)

elyxir : Je ne connais pas du tout la série, mais j'irai faire un tour. S'il y a des acteurs que je connais ou quelque chose comme ça, je pourrais peut-être voir pour faire quelque chose d'utile.

elyxir (22:38)

Super Merci CastleBeck (et à ceux qui se sont inscrits également) ! Bonne soirée !

albi2302 (22:40)

Une soirée HypnoGame spéciale Halloween, est organisée samedi 29 octobre.
C'est un thème général sur les séries de sorcières, vampires, fantômes, zombies, monstres, horreurs et surnaturels.
Vous avez jusqu'au 26 octobre pour vous inscrire sur le forum

Merane (00:48)

Le nouveau Spin-Off de Doctor Who, Class débarque se soir avec 2 épisodes . N'hésitez pas à venir sur le quartier pour retrouver toutes les informations et en discuter sur nos forums . . A bientôt .

Sonmi451 (10:02)

Pour ceux qui prévoit déjà des choses pour le mois prochain, sachez que le calendrier de novembre est disponible sur Scrubs et Urgences.

grims (10:28)

Hello tout le monde ! déjà cinq participants pour le concours wallpapers Samain sur le quartier Outlander ! venez vous inscrire et nous faire partager vos talents merci et bonne journée sur HypnoSeries

Sonmi451 (10:53)

D'ailleurs, j'ai commencé ma créa! ^^

Ceci est un extrait des dernières discussions de notre Room HypnoBlabla

Rejoins-nous !

Ou utilise nos Apps :

Disponible sur Google Play