VOTE | 27 fans |

Script VO

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

[Fade in – Scene from Act Four from > "Complex Guilt" – Ephram is playing the piano.]

DR. ABBOTT (VOICE-OVER): Previously on Everwood…

[Cut to Scene from Act Three of "Complex Guilt" – Ephram and Amy are talking outside on the sidewalk in front of Nina's house.]

EPHRAM: Y-You can't keep punishing me like this, Amy. I mean I don't know how much more I can take.

AMY: I gave up everything for this relationship, Ephram.

[Cut to Scene from Act One of "Giving Up the Girl" – Ephram and Amy are waiting to talk to Jason.]

EPHRAM: Just being the new and improved supportive boyfriend that you deserve.

[Cut to Scene from Act Four of "Complex Guilt" – Hannah and Bright are in the kitchen talking.]

[Cut to Scene from Act One of "Best Laid Plans" – Amy and Hannah are talking in her bedroom.]

AMY: Bright doesn't take anything seriously at all. Do you really want your first kiss to be with someone like that?

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

[Cut back to Scene from Act Four of "Complex Guilt" – Hannah and Bright are in the kitchen talking.]

HANNAH: Don't you want to find someone special eventually?

[Cut to Scene from Act One of "The Reflex" – Amanda and Dr. Brown are waiting for Charlie and Delia at school.]

[Cut to Scene from Act Four of "Complex Guilt" – Amanda and Dr. Brown are talking about their relationship in the Brown den.]

AMANDA: I'm single, you're single, we met, we've done this dance. How do you feel about me? 'Cause if you don't feel anything, I'll go. No more apologies, no more coming back.

[Cut to Scene from Act One of "Complex Guilt" – Amanda is leaving Dr. Brown's office after giving him her phone number.]

{End of Previously on Everwood…}

[Fade in – Abbott Living Room – Amy is working on her laptop when Bright and a girl walk into the foyer.]

BRIGHT: That's my punk sister I was telling you about.

AMY: I have a name, Bright.

JILLIAN: Hi, I'm Jillian.

AMY: Hi.

JILLIAN: Don't worry, he brags about you all the time. Amy.

[Hannah enters the living room to see Bright and Jillian standing there.]

HANNAH: What about Ben Kweller? If you're making a happy mix, he's … Oh. Sorry.

[Hannah freezes and just looks at Bright and Jillian.]

BRIGHT: Uh, this is-this is Hannah, my sister's friend.



BRIGHT: We're just gonna get a quick bite to eat. I need to get my wallet. Two secs.

[Bright takes off leaving Jillian, Amy, and Hannah there.]

HANNAH: I-I'm sorry, what was your name?

JILLIAN: Jillian.

HANNAH: Jillian, okay. That's a good name.

JILLIAN: Thanks.

HANNAH: Better than Barbie. I thought your name might be Barbie.

JILLIAN: No. Jillian.

HANNAH: That's good.

[Bright reappears next to Jillian.]

BRIGHT: Ready to go?

JILLIAN: Definitely. Nice meeting you guys . . .

AMY: Nice to meet you.

[They leave. Amy notices Hannah is upset.]

AMY: Okay, breathe.

[Hannah sits down on the couch.]

HANNAH: What? I'm fine.

[Amy goes and sits next to her.]

AMY: Really? Because they're gone now. You can cry, scream, punch a wall. . .

HANNAH: So your brother has a weakness for perfect-looking women. Do I look like I care? Because I don't.

AMY: Then you can help me out with my mints.

HANNAH: No, I can't. We're not all second semester seniors, y'know.

AMY: Which by the way is even better than you think. The teacher assigns you homework and you just look at them. Like "Wow, it's really cute that you think I'm actually gonna do that." College applications are in. Ephram's audition tape goes in tomorrow.

HANNAH: Omigod, the tape is done.

AMY: Yes, the tape is done. As of tomorrow, my nightmare is officially over. Ephram's probably just hanging out, relaxing, big ole smile on his face.

HANNAH: Wow, relaxed Ephram. I wonder what that looks like.

[Cut to Brown kitchen – Dr. Brown is looking over Ephram's CDs that he has created.]

EPHRAM: This isn't helping.

DR. BROWN: I'm sorry, Ephram, but I just don't see the difference.

EPHRAM: Well, it's in the order of the tracks. If I pick Bach, it says I'm ambitious. If I pick, Chopin, it says I'm traditional.

DR. BROWN: Which one says you're OCD.

EPHRAM: Tomorrow, this will all be over. I got the music ready for this thing. I'm not gonna blow it on the cover. Presentation counts. Which reminds me, how do you like my choice of font?

[Dr. Brown's cell phone goes off. It is playing the "Hawaii Five-O" theme song.]

EPHRAM: Is that Hawaii Five-O?

DR. BROWN: It's not my everyday ring. I'll just take this outside.

EPHRAM: Nice holster, Tex.

[Dr. Brown walks outside on the back porch to talk on the phone.]

DR. BROWN: White House? Hold for the President.

AMANDA (On phone): You have got to get some new material.

DR. BROWN: So how's San Diego? Having fun with your mom?

[Cut to Amanda at her mom's house sitting on the porch smoking a cigarette.]

AMANDA: Put it this way, what are you doing tomorrow?

DR. BROWN (On phone): Me. I don't know.

[Cut back to Dr. Brown on his porch.]


AMANDA (On phone): Well, I was thinking..

[Cut back to Amanda on the porch.]

AMANDA: (CONT'D) letting Charlie stay with Mom and coming home early. Say tomorrow morning.

[Cut back to Dr. Brown on his porch.]

AMANDA: (CONT'D) (on phone) 7:15am. Denver Airport.

DR. BROWN: Oh, I see. Lady needs a ride. Guess I'm cheaper than the shuttle, huh?

[Cut back to Amanda on her porch.]

AMANDA: Well, I was also thinking if you were up for it. Maybe you could take the day off. I don't know.

[Cut back to Dr. Brown on his porch.]

AMANDA: (CONT'D) (on phone) I kinda miss you.

DR. BROWN: Me too. Well, I do have kind of a light schedule tomorrow.

[Cut to Amanda on her porch.]

DR. BROWN: (CONT'D) (on phone) I could have Louise do some rearranging.

AMANDA: Really? So we could do this?

[Cut back to Dr. Brown on his porch.]

DR. BROWN: Sure, why not? I'm due for a good tomorrow.

[Cut back to Amanda on her porch.]

DR. BROWN (CONT'D on phone): So I'll meet you at 7:15?

AMANDA: 7:15, it is. And bring caffeine.

[Cut back to Dr. Brown on his porch. He laughs and hangs up the phone.]



[Fade in – Amy is walking out of the house. Ephram is waiting in his car. The time is 8:03am. Amy tries to open the passenger door and Ephram pulls away not letting her open it. She tries again and he pulls away again.]

AMY: Very mature, Ephram.

[Amy opens the car door this time and gets inside. The music is blaring inside the car.]

AMY: So did you send your stuff yet?


AMY: I said did you send your audition tape yet?

[Ephram turns the music down.]

EPHRAM: Yeah. Yeah, I made it to the pick up booth right as the guy was pulling away. I gave him a burrito as a tip. Bean and cheese.

[Amy just smiles at him.]

EPHRAM: (CONT'D) Do you realize that I'm taking ceramics right now? That's what it's come down to. My academic experience consists of rubbing wet clay in an apron with girls in clogs.

AMY: It's called a smock and your point is?

EPHRAM: That's Virginia Avenue. There are two things I can do here. I can turn right, we can head into the world of Peak County High, a world of conformity and expectation. A world where Dr. Billawalla's class offers fascinating insight in the world of physics or I can turn left.

AMY: What's left?

EPHRAM: Left is freedom and opportunity. Left is a chance for you and me to spend the next how many hours doing whatever we want, however we want, wherever we want.

AMY: Are you saying we should ditch?

[Ephram's eyes are saying to Amy, "You tell me."]

AMY: (CONT'D) Interesting. Will there be pancakes involved?

EPHRAM: The bigger the better. Tick tock, Abbott. Light's gonna change any second.

AMY: I say we go for it.

[The car behind them honks.]

EPHRAM: That a girl.

[Ephram speeds off turning left down the street.]

[Cut to sidewalk outside Mama Joy's – Dr. Abbott is walking with coffee and sees Louise as they walk toward the office. The time is 8:35am.]

DR. ABBOTT: Well, this day is certainly off to a promising start. The coffee is fresh. The strudels are warm. And unless the Gods forsake me, I believe a certain New York neurosurgeon will not be gracing us with his presence for the entire day.

LOUISE: You got my message.

DR. ABBOTT: Indeed, do you realize what this means, Louise? No fighting over the copy machine. A fully stocked and sanitized supply of latex gloves.

LOUISE: Yes, it's thrilling.

[Thurman Revere walks up behind them.]

THURMAN: Uh, Dr. Abbott, I-I know you don't like walk-ins, but-but I'm all stuffed up and my throat is killing me.

DR. ABBOTT: Well, this is your lucky day, Thurman. Just so happens I can squeeze you in, oh say, now. Would that be agreeable?

THURMAN: Now's good.

DR. ABBOTT: Excellent, I believe it was the Keynesians who posited that "productivity is a function of employee volume." Well, today, you will bear witness to the disproving of this theory for today you will see how one humble physician working determinably but alone will be able to service an entire schedule of appointments, providing the utmost of care and professionalism and still finish in time for four o'clock canasta.

[Dr. Abbott takes out the keys to open the door to the Medical Practice.]

DR. ABBOTT: Shall we?

[He opens the door and water comes flooding out of the door.]

DR. ABBOTT: Oh, no. Oh, dear.

LOUISE: Oh my.

[Dr. Abbott, Louise, and Thurman walk in. Dr. Abbott sees a busted pipe hanging down from the ceiling spewing water out on the floor.]

DR. ABBOTT: Oh, no. Oh, that's bad.

THURMAN: You-You know what, maybe I'll just go see the new guy.

DR. ABBOTT: Oh, no, Thurman, no. No. You are a valued patient. We will find a way to take care of you. We just need…

THURMAN: A really big mop.

DR. ABBOTT: Oh, Lord.

[Cut to diner – Ephram is sitting in a booth and Amy walks up to him and throws him a cap. The time is 8:50am.]

AMY: Gotcha something.

EPHRAM: (reading the cap) "To all you virgins, thanks for nothing."

AMY: Ummhmm. Pretty good, right? I love this place.

EPHRAM: Yeah, it's great. Maybe I can get some bacon to go with my sausage. Wonder if there's any part of the pig they don't serve here.

AMY: Well, it's not like we can go to MJ'S. We're outlaws, baby, on the run. You want to be Butch or Sundance?

EPHRAM: Did you just call me baby?

AMY: Yeah, that doesn't really work for us, does it?

[Ephram shakes his head.]

AMY: (CONT'D) What else? What'd you find?

EPHRAM: Uh… (looking through the Everwood Pinecone) Pickings are pretty slim. We've got a blood drive. Oh, yard sale.

AMY: Well, we could…. No too boring. Or-or… No that's illegal.

EPHRAM: See, it's not that easy, is it?

AMY: Maybe we need backup.

[Cut to outside of the Brown house – Dr. Brown and Amanda are getting out of the SUV. The time is 9:07am.]

AMANDA: Your bathroom.

DR. BROWN; Upstairs, but I can't promise it's woman clean.

[Dr. Brown throws her the house keys. She races inside. Dr. Brown goes to get her luggage out of the back of the SUV. Nina comes out in her pajamas to get the newspaper and sees Amanda running in Dr. Brown's house.]

NINA: Hey? You're still home.

DR. BROWN: Yeah, you too, huh?

NINA: Well, it's my day off. Was that Amanda Hayes?


NINA: Her? (pointing towards his house)

DR. BROWN; Just now?

NINA: Going into the house, yeah?

[Nina walks up to Dr. Brown firmly and seems a little mad.]

DR. BROWN: Ah, she's just coming over for a visit.

NINA: Must be staying awhile. (pointing at the bags in the car)

DR. BROWN: I know what this looks like.

NINA: Do you know it looks bad? Well, obviously, you did, 'cause you sure kept it a secret. Kids know?

DR. BROWN: Well, Delia doesn't really, but Ephram kinda pieced it together so…

NINA: What about John?

DR. BROWN: Now wait a minute. You don't even know what's going on here.

NINA: Oh, that's right, I don't, because somewhere along the line I stopped being your best friend and you took up home wrecking. It's been a weird winter.

DR. BROWN: Well, I'm not completely sure what's happening myself so I figured there's no point in telling you until I…

NINA: What would've you said? That you're having an affair with a married woman whose husband you are supposed to be taking care of but instead you are taking advantage of.

DR. BROWN: You're not being fair, Nina.

NINA: I'm not being fair. God, Andy, I… You have traveled down denial lane many a time but this is really shocking. I-I-I-I can not believe you are doing this. I-I-I don't even know what to say to you. It's… For the first time, since I've known you I…

DR. BROWN; For the first time since you've known me what?

NINA: I wish I didn't.

[Nina turns and walks back towards her house. Dr. Brown pulls Amanda's luggage out of the SUV and starts to walk toward his house when he sees Dr. Hartman coming out to greet Nina.]

DR. HARTMAN: Morning, beautiful. (to Dr. Brown) Hey, Andy. (to Nina) I was just looking for the paper.

NINA: Come on, Jake, I'll make you some breakfast.

DR. HARTMAN: (to Dr. Brown) Isn't she just the greatest?

[Dr. Hartman waves to Dr. Brown and follows Nina inside her house.]



[Fade in – Hartman Medical – Edna is dusting the waiting room. Dr. Abbott and Thurman walk in. The time is 9:43am.]

DR. ABBOTT: Morning, Mother. You remember Thurman.

EDNA: What ever you two are selling I ain't buying.

DR. ABBOTT: I'm afraid we have a situation. It seems that Louise neglected to set the thermostat properly last night. We've sustained a bit of a plumbing rupture.

EDNA: Pipes froze and busted, huh?


EDNA: How bad?

[Thurman raises his leg to demonstrate how high the water was. Thurman and Edna laugh.]

DR. ABBOTT: I fail to see the humor in the situation.

EDNA: You always do. Boy, poor Louise, all those nursing degrees, still doesn't have the sense to know there's a freeze alert.

[Edna walks behind the counter and sits at her desk.]

DR. ABBOTT: Well, I can assure you, it was not her idea to locate a medical office inside a 90 year old train station. The point being I was hoping I could use your facilities.

EDNA: Well, I don't know, Junior. We've got patients of our own and I don't want you scaring 'em off or getting in my way.

DR. ABBOTT: I will do my best to be unobtrusive.

EDNA: I have seen your unobtrusive and it blows. Plus, I got my own system here, I don't want you touching any of my stuff. The supplies in Exam 1 are off limits and if I catch you anywhere near my filing cabinets I'll tan your rosey red hide.

DR. ABBOTT: Oh, for God's sake, never mind. I will figure something else out.

[Dr. Abbott turns to open the door and leave and Dr. Hartman walks in.]

DR. HARTMAN: Whoa there, Haas. What's the hurry?

DR. ABBOTT: I was hoping to borrow an office for a quick procedure but I've changed my mind, it is not worth the aggravation.

DR. HARTMAN: So you need a place to work today. No problem. We've got plenty of space. My schedule's light. Heck, you're the guy that owns the place.

DR. ABBOTT: All fine points, perhaps you should address them to Attila the Hun over there.

DR. HARTMAN: Come on, Hal. I insist. What do ya say?

DR. ABBOTT: Well, thank you, Doctor. It's nice to see that someone around here appreciates the notion of professional courtesy

EDNA: I'm watching you.

[Cut to Peak County High – Hannah enters the girl bathroom. Amy pulls Hannah into a stall. The time is 9:49am.]


AMY: Sshhh. Sshhh.

HANNAH: I'm uncomfortable.

AMY: Okay, remember how you told me, you never get to have any fun.


AMY: That your life is just a boring series of boring events punctuated by an occasional burst of Katie drama or a fight in gym class. Well, that is all about to change, Hannah. I'm kidnapping you.

HANNAH: You're what?

AMY: Yeah. We're gonna go paint the town, blow off a little steam.

HANNAH: But-But I have-have a quiz in American History.

AMY: So you can make it up.

HANNAH: No, Mr. Grinali doesn't do makeups and the quizzes are like 50% of the grade so I'm not just gonna…

[Amy opens the bathroom stall door and pulls Hannah out with her.]

AMY: Come on let's get your stuff.

HANNAH: Amy? I never got to pee.

[Cut to Brown house – Dr. Brown is sitting on his bed and Amanda is standing at the edge bathroom in just a shirt. The time is 10:05am.]

DR. BROWN: I just can't seem to get my head around this Jake and Nina thing. Did you know that they were together?

AMANDA: I heard rumors. Seems like a good match.

DR. BROWN: Really? How, I mean he's completely wrong for her.

AMANDA: An attractive charming single doctor, yeah, she should get out now.

DR. BROWN: That's not what I mean. I mean I like Jake. Everybody likes him. It's just he's-he's all teeth.

AMANDA: Yeah, women love that.

DR. BROWN: Nina needs someone whose-whose more I don't know real.

AMANDA: Oh, he's not real.

DR. BROWN: They're just completely wrong for each other, but hey, what do I know.

AMANDA: Not a lot. It's extremely appealing.

[Dr. Brown is spaced out over the issue.]

AMANDA: (CONT'D) All right, what's going on here? I'm cracking jokes, you're giving me nothing. Plus I just took the world's longest shower and you never came in once. You okay?

DR. BROWN: We should have gone to your house.

AMANDA: Nina saw me come in here, didn't she?

DR. BROWN: Ummhmmm. I'm sorry, it's just it took me by surprise. She was, umm, well, let's just say, she has some very strong opinions.


DR. BROWN: I don't think she'd say anything.

AMANDA: Oh, I don't care about that. Here's the way I see it.

[Amanda walks over to Dr. Brown and sits next to him on the bed.]

AMANDA: (CONT'D) People can look at us. They can jump to whatever conclusions they want, they can assume the worst. That this is some juicy affair to gossip about, but they don't really know what's going on here.

DR. BROWN: I know they don't, but that…

AMANDA: But nothing. I'm not gonna let myself feel judged by a bunch of people who have no idea of what my life has been like for the last five years.

DR. BROWN: Well, I agree. It just never seems particularly easy.

AMANDA: If people have issues, that's their problem. They don't get to ruin it for us.

[They smile at each other.]

AMANDA: (CONT'D) You know what this day is just what we need. I say let's get started.

[Amanda kisses Dr. Brown and then gets up to head back to the bathroom.]

[Cut to Ephram's car – Ephram, Amy, and Hannah are riding down Main Street. Hannah is sitting in the back seat with Ephram's hat on that Amy got him. The time is 11:20am.]

HANNAH: We could go bowling?

AMY: Pass.

HANNAH: What about the railroad museum?

EPHRAM: Please take off that hat. You're scaring me.

[Hannah takes off the hat.]

HANNAH: Sorry.

[Ephram takes a left.]

AMY: What are you doing? We can't go down here. Someone might see us.

EPHRAM: Well, where else are we gonna go. Already been everywhere in this town twice.

HANNAH: What is that?

[Hannah sees Louise blowdrying the moose head outside the Brown and Abbott Medical office.]

EPHRAM: Yeah, this sucks. If we were in New York, we could go down to Chelsea Piers, maybe hit the Village.

AMY: Well, we're not so shut up.

EPHRAM: Go to the park, check out all the freaks.

HANNAH: You could always take me back to school.

AMY and EPHRAM: No!!

HANNAH: So happy to be kidnapped by the Bickersons.

AMY: He's the one who's fighting.

EPHRAM: I'm not fighting, all right, I'm just frustrated. It's almost noon and we're still in the frikken' car.

HANNAH: I know who would know what to do today?

[Cut to Clerk's office – Bright is sitting at his desk. It is 11:34am. He gets an email. He opens it. A picture of Amy and Ephram pop up on his screen with a message.]

BRIGHT: (reading the email) Look up.

[Bright looks up and sees his boss, Mr. Perch, and Hannah coming towards his desk. Hannah is upset.]

HANNAH: (upset) It's Mr. Jingles. There's been a terrible accident. I-I was backing out of your driveway and Jack Johnson came on so I was looking down at the radio and I just… I never even saw him. I am so sorry.

BRIGHT: Oh my God.

MR. PERCH: If you want to take some personal time, I can get Lena to cover for you.

BRIGHT: Oh, yeah. Yeah, that'd be great. Thank you, Mr. Perch. You are a stand-up guy.

[Bright grabs his coat and he takes Hannah and walks out of the office toward the elevator sadly.]

[Cut to the hallway – Bright and Hannah are heading for the elevator.]

BRIGHT: Mr. Jingles?

[The elevator opens and Jillian is there.]

JILLIAN: Hey gorgeous. You going to lunch?

BRIGHT: Uh, no, umm, funeral. Family friend. I'm probably not gonna be back, so…

JILLIAN: Oh, I'm sorry. Did you need to cancel tonight?

BRIGHT: Tonight? Ah, no, I'm still on. Just give me a call?

JILLIAN: Abso-tootely.

[Jillian walks on and Bright and Hannah enter the elevator.]

[Cut to Hartman Medical – Dr. Abbott walks into the lobby and Edna is looking in her filing cabinets. The time is 2:58pm.]

EDNA: You forgot to sign?

DR. ABBOTT: I most certainly did not.

EDNA: Page 3. Lab Orders. Didn't need a computer to catch that one.

[Dr. Abbott takes out his pen to sign. Dr. Hartman is getting on his jacket to leave for the day.]

DR. HARTMAN: All right, I'm outta here.

EDNA: Hang on. You're leaving me with him.

DR. HARTMAN: Yeah, it'd be good for you, Edna. Quality time with your kids is hard to come by.

EDNA: Not if you don't want it.

DR. HARTMAN: You're a doodle. Enjoyed it, Hal.


DR. HARTMAN: You two have a great weekend.

[Dr. Hartman smiles and leaves.]

DR. ABBOTT: In by 10 out by 3. Hope you two don't keel over from all the hard work.

EDNA: Well, you're just jealous. The man runs a tight ship.

DR. ABBOTT: Easily done when one has no patients.

EDNA: No patience is what I got for you.

DR. ABBOTT: Rest assured, Mother, as soon as I'm finished with Mrs. Ewing and her psoriasis, I will be out of here as fast as my feet can carry me.

[A mother comes in with a sick child.]

MRS. LACEY: Hello. Sorry to barge in, but something's wrong with Jackson. He went to a birthday party and he was fine until an hour ago and now he says his stomach hurts.

DR. ABBOTT: What seems to be the trouble, son?

[The boy throws up on Dr. Abbott's shoes.]

DR. ABBOTT: (CONT'D) Oh. Okay. Oh, that's my second pair today.

[Dr. Abbott looks up and sees parents and children filing in.]

MRS. LACEY: It was kind of a big party.

[Dr. Abbott looks like he is now in hell.]

[Cut to spa – Dr. Brown and Amanda are laying down in bathrobes enjoying lemonade on two chaise lounge chairs. The time is 3:06pm.]

AMANDA: Have you ever been to Vermont?

DR. BROWN: The state?

AMANDA: Ummhmm.

DR. BROWN: I don't think so. No.

AMANDA: It's amazing. My brother and his wife went there last year. Mom was showing me the pictures. They stayed at this little bed and breakfast in this little town called Manchester. Had their own fireplace, four poster bed. It was so cozy and romantic.

DR. BROWN: Umm, sounds nice.

AMANDA: Well that's what I thought. So I did some checking. Turns out high season isn't until next month when they tap the trees to make the syrup so I was able to get us a reservation for next weekend. Well, I was also thinking since I didn't go to Hawaii, it would be my treat.

DR. BROWN: You want us to go away together next weekend?

AMANDA: Ummhmm. I know it's short notice but the trip is so easy. Just fly into Montreal then it's a beautiful little drive. It'd be fun. We could even rent a jeep.

[Dr. Brown just sits there thinking.]

AMANDA: (CONT'D) Wha-What is the matter?

DR. BROWN: Nothing. I… It's just a big step – our going away together. I mean I love the idea in theory but what would I tell the kids or-or Harold?

AMANDA: Well, tell them you're taking a vacation.

[Dr. Brown sighs.]

AMANDA: Or forget it.

DR. BROWN: No, I'm sorry. No…

AMANDA: No, never mind. It doesn't matter. You're obviously not into the idea. I'm not gonna waste any more time trying to convince you.

DR. BROWN: When did this happen exactly?

AMANDA: When did what happen?

DR. BROWN: Well, you telling your mother about us or-or planning vacations. I don't know, it-it's like you've forgotten our situation. You're still married and-and I'm…

AMANDA: I'm extremely aware of that fact, you ass.

DR. BROWN: Well, then you understand what I'm saying.

AMANDA: Sure I understand. Yeah, when you said that you were concerned about other people judging us you were lying. No the truth is you're the one who's judging us. You still see this as something to be ashamed of.

DR. BROWN: Well, that's not true. I can't help it if I feel guilty.

AMANDA: It's not that you feel guilty, Andy. It's your predominant feeling. It's the biggest feeling you've got. I can't deal with that. I-I don't want to be your dirty little secret.

DR. BROWN: What is it that you want?

AMANDA: More, Andy. I want more.

[Amanda gets up and walks away mad leaving Dr. Brown sitting there.]



[Fade in – Hannah, Amy, Ephram, and Bright walking along railroad tracks in the snow. The time is 3:29pm.]

EPHRAM: I wish I was 21. That way we could actually be doing something fun. Like going to a bar and playing pool.

AMY: I thought you guys went to a bar to see Madison play.

EPHRAM: First of all, it wasn't a bar, it was a coffee house. Second of all, she wasn't there. Okay?

AMY: Thanks for stating that fact.

HANNAH: Guys, you're giving me a migraine.

BRIGHT: Amen to that. Hey, don't get me wrong, all right, I love the madness, it's just your problem is you have no method to your madness. All right, truancy is serious business, it's not for amateurs, little grasshoppers.

EPHRAM: Well, I don't see you coming up with any great ideas, rabbit hunting?

BRIGHT: Don't mock, gun play, cause I also came up with poker, wurleyball, polar bear. You guys shot all that down.

AMY: I'm not gonna jump into a lake when it's 30 degrees out, Bright.

BRIGHT: All right, it's 3:30. I got exactly 2 hours until I pick up Jillian.

EPHRAM: Isn't fraternizing with a co-worker like illegal?

BRIGHT: (laughs) Look, I don't know what you just said, man, but it's not like we're frat brothers.

HANNAH: We could go ice fishing.

BRIGHT: I like that idea.

HANNAH: Yeah, my dad and I used to go all the time when I was a little girl. There's all these lakes in Minnesota where we live and we had our own little shack with a cot and a stove. He used to make this, uh, hot chocolate with cinnamon. It was the best.

BRIGHT: You must miss your folks, huh? How long have they been in China?

EPHRAM: Hong Kong.

HANNAH: Actually, they're not in Hong Kong. They're still in Minnesota.

AMY: Hannah?

HANNAH: My dad's sick. He's had Huntington's disease since I was eight and it's really bad now so they sent me here so I wouldn't have to be around, y'know, for the end.

EPHRAM: What your dad is dying?

[Everyone is silent.]

HANNAH: (nods) Uh, it's a brain disease so it takes a long time to, y'know. I've been writing to him since I got here every week. He can't read any of 'em, but it makes me feel better somehow, y'know, connected.

EPHRAM: Why didn't you tell us before?

HANNAH: I don't know, I guess I just figured I didn't want to bum everyone out in the beginning. Y'know but I figured now…

[Bright walks over to Hannah and gives her a huge hug. He gives her a caring embrace.]

BRIGHT: I'm so sorry.

HANNAH: Sorry, I didn't mean to.

[Hannah runs off crying. Amy runs after her leaving Bright and Ephram.]

AMY: Hannah.

[Cut to Nina's house – Nina is preparing food in the kitchen. Dr. Hartman walks in. The time is 4:15pm.]

DR. HARTMAN: I don't know what you're making, but it smells amazing.

[Dr. Hartman gives Nina a quick peck on the cheek as she is cutting vegetables.]

NINA: Just soup, no big deal.

DR. HARTMAN: Can I help with anything?

NINA: No, I got it.

DR. HARTMAN: You okay?

NINA: Yeah. Fine.

DR. HARTMAN: I should've called first, right? I'm new to all this so if I'm messing up your family routine or anything like that just tell me.

NINA: No you're fine. It's fine.

DR. HARTMAN: But you're not. Is this still about the thing that happened with Andy? You gonna tell me about it?

NINA: Oh, well, I can't. Believe me you don't want to know. I don't even want to know.

DR. HARTMAN: Well, you know what they say, "Good fences make good neighbors."

NINA: Yes, well, there's not a fence in the world high enough to keep that man away. Not when he wants to judge you or tell you how to run your life, but when it comes to him, it's all different. Rules just don't apply to Andy Brown. It really-really just must be nice.

[Nina starts to chop the vegetables harder.]

DR. HARTMAN: I have to take that knife away from you in a second.

[Dr. Hartman watches how she is upset and a lightbulb goes off.]

DR. HARTMAN: (CONT'D) It's him, isn't it?

NINA: What's him?

DR. HARTMAN: Andy is your high school guy. The guy you have feelings for.

[Nina stops chopping and looks at Dr. Hartman. She takes the vegetables to the pot and throws them in.]

DR. HARTMAN: (CONT'D) Why didn't you tell me?

NINA: There's nothing to tell.

DR. HARTMAN: Well, huh, I wouldn't have called that one.

NINA: What does that mean?

DR. HARTMAN: Nothing. No, I mean,I think Andy's great. It's just, y'know, he's a surgeon. Those guys are all ego. They have a tendency to put themselves first and I wouldn't think you'd go for someone like that.

NINA: I didn't.

[Dr. Hartman just looks at her.]

DR. HARTMAN: Maybe I should go.

[Dr. Hartman gets his jacket.]

NINA: I'm sorry. I am sorry. I'm taking this all out on you and it's not your fault. It's me. I'm just not crazy about how I handled this morning and I should be able to just go over there and apologize but I don't know, for some reason I-I-I can't.

DR. HARTMAN: I have this policy. Never go to bed angry. Always stay up and fight. Whatever it is that's bugging you, you gotta go talk to him about it. Apology or no apology – it's unhealthy to just hold it in like you're doing. And more importantly, it's seriously messing with my Nina time.

[Dr. Hartman goes behind her and wraps his arms around her.]

NINA: Soup's getting close.

DR. HARTMAN: So, this world famous doctor who lives less than 200 feet from your front door, should I be worried?

NINA: Not unless you're the kind of guy whose always putting himself first.

DR. HARTMAN: Are you kidding? I'm a giver.

[Dr. Hartman turns Nina to face him and wraps her arms around him and his around her.]

DR. HARTMAN: (CONT'D) If you want, I can prove it to you.

[They kiss.]

[Cut a bathroom at a rest area – Amy is banging on the bathroom door. Hannah is inside the bathroom. The time is 4:43pm.]

AMY: Hannah, let me in.

HANNAH: (inside) I'm fine, Amy.

AMY: You're not fine. You're crying. I can hear you sniffling from out here. I'm gonna stay out here until you let me in.

[Hannah opens the door and Amy goes in.]

AMY: (CONT'D) Omigod, this place is disgusting.

HANNAH: Try not to touch anything.

AMY: Are you okay?

HANNAH: No. I'm a horrible, evil, sick person who doesn't deserve to be loved.

AMY: Well that's true.

HANNAH: No, I'm serious. I can't believe I just did that. How can you even look at me?

AMY: Hannah, you've been carrying this around for a long time. You were just getting it off your chest. All you did was tell the truth.

HANNAH: Yeah, but for the wrong reason. I just played the tragedy card and it was totally manipulative and I hate myself.

AMY: Nobody knows why you said it.

HANNAH: Yeah, well, I do. Because I wanted Bright to feel bad for me and then like me.

AMY: Yeah, but I don't even think Bright's capable of being manipulated. He does whatever he wants anyways.

HANNAH: I just…just hate how jealous I get of all those other girls. And I know he's never gonna look at me the way he looks at them so I feel like I have to just find some other way in, but this was just, gah, so wrong. I-I feel like I should just go to church and throw down some Hail Mary's or something.

AMY: I'll pitch that idea to the boys. Seriously, Hannah, you are so much cooler than all those girls combined. Jealousy is just such a pointless emotion. Just a complete, total waste of energy.

HANNAH: Really, so you never feel jealous of Madison.

AMY: That's different. She's an ex.

HANNAH: Well, you're right, it is different, because you have nothing to be jealous about, since Ephram is your boyfriend and is totally in love with you.

AMY: Yeah, that's why we spent half the day fighting.

HANNAH: Okay, you know what, that's because you are like 50% of the problem when it comes to that.

AMY: Hannah, even if that's true, you're not supposed to say it.

HANNAH: I know that you forgave Ephram for the whole Madison thing in theory, but you-you're gonna really have to forgive him. Because if you don't, this passive aggressive thing is gonna break you guys up for real and I know you don't want that, Amy.

AMY: I thought I came in here to help you.

HANNAH: And then I turned it around. I'm tricky like that.

AMY: Come here.

[They hug.]

[Cut to Hartman Medical – Edna and Dr. Abbott are handling a waiting room full of kids that are sick. The time is 4:46pm.]

DR. ABBOTT: Mother?

EDNA: All right, Privates, listen up. What you are going to get is called differential diagnosis. It worked for me in '69 in Quantree. If it's good enough for the Marines, it's good enough for you. Now you are going to tell me what end is up. Pink is for the booters, yellow is for the poopers. We're pretty sure it's food poisoning, we just want to know what kind.

[Edna starts going around to the kids.]

EDNA: (CONT'D) Oh, definitely a pink, and definitely a yellow.

[Mother comes out of bathroom with sick child.]

MRS. LACEY: Bathroom's empty.

DR. ABBOTT: Go. Go. Mother, we are out of edifice basins.

[Dr. Abbott gets a garbage can to child right as he throws up.]

DR. ABBOTT: (CONT'D) And I definitely thinks it's staph. I've seen lots of Boston Cream Pie here.

[Dr. Abbott looks in a garbage that a child hands him.]

EDNA: Well, if it's staph, we've got to get these cowboys hydrated. See if you can grab the Pedialyte.

DR. ABBOTT: Pedialyte, got it.

[Dr. Abbott hands Edna one and she nods in agreement.]

EDNA (talking to a child): We're gonna give you a little drink and you're gonna love it.

[Cut to Brown kitchen – Dr. Brown is making cookies inside and Nina comes in the kitchen door. The time is 5:01pm.]

NINA: Hey.


[Nina walks over to the island to talk to him and sighs.]

DR. BROWN: (CONT'D) Usually, when I coming over to do the apology bit, I like to jump right in. Gets us to the cookie part quicker. As a matter of fact, I'll put these in.

[Dr. Brown starts to put the cookies in the oven and stops.]

NINA: Uh, no, don't. I can't stay.

DR. BROWN: Oh, is Jake coming over?

NINA: Well, he's already over, but that's… Look, I do want to apologize for yelling earlier.

DR. BROWN: Oh, that's okay. Anything said before coffee just doesn't count.

NINA: But I'm not sure I'm sorry for what I said.

DR. BROWN: So, this is a non-apology apology.

NINA: I don't know what it is.

[Dr. Brown just looks at her.]

NINA: (CONT'D) I've been debating all day whether to come over here. I mean the last thing you need from me is a lecture, but you are my best friend. And if I feel like I have some kind of advice aren't I suppose to share it with you and I don't know.

DR. BROWN: Well, I like the concept of advice, but could you leave the lecture part out, I get enough of that from the kids.

[Nina walks closer to the island.]

NINA: I think you have a real problem, Andy. I don't mean you and Amanda necessarily. I mean in general. Have you ever thought about what you've been doing since Julia died? Dating-wise, I mean?

DR. BROWN: I'm not sure I understand the question.

NINA: It just seems to me that you've made it your mission to seek out unavailable women. Dr. Trott, who you knew was never gonna stay in one place. Linda and now someone with a husband. It's like you can't get involved unless you know the relationship has no future.

DR. BROWN: Well, I didn't know that Linda was sick. Not at first.

NINA: You knew Amanda was married. I'm not trying to pick a fight. I'm-I'm just trying to tell you as a friend that you need to check in with yourself. You need to think about what you're doing and why you're doing it or you could wind up all alone permanently.

DR. BROWN: Yeah. Maybe I'm supposed to be alone.

NINA: What?

DR. BROWN: Most people don't get as lucky as I was with Julia. And I screwed that up so maybe I deserve to be alone.

NINA: I don't believe that and I don't think you believe that.

DR. BROWN: I don't know. I was a pretty lousy husband.

NINA: Yeah and you're a really crappy dad too but you turned it around. People change, Andy, all the time and you deserve to be happy and if you are preventing yourself from letting that happen. Well, I'm sorry, but I just can't let you do that.


NINA: No. And you don't need to punish yourself just consider it time served. Go fall in love with someone who can really love you back. The way that you should be loved.

[Dr. Brown picks up some cookie dough and offers Nina some. They eat cookie dough at the island.]

[Cut to Bright making a snowball and Ephram is sitting on a platform. The time is 5:08pm.]

BRIGHT: See what I don't get is why her parents would send her away. Y'know, I mean if your dad was dying wouldn't you want to be there.

EPHRAM: Probably. I don't know, maybe not.

BRIGHT: Yeah, I don't know either, man. Damn.

[Bright hops up and sits beside Ephram.]

EPHRAM: Yeah, it's like there's no silver lining. She stays and she sees her dad die a horrible death. She leaves and she feels guilty for the rest of her life. She's screwed either way.

BRIGHT: Okay, well, Hannah doesn't need us to throw her a little pity party here so…

EPHRAM: Y'know, life just sucks. It never ceases to amaze me.

BRIGHT: Dude, buzz kill. If you're gonna slash your wrists, just give me the heads up, okay.

EPHRAM: No, I mean seriously. Seriously think about it. Think about the three of us. Me and my mom. You guys and Colin. Now Hannah. It's like tragedy's the only thing we have in common. It's practically the reason we're friends.

BRIGHT: So? Y'know, at least we all found each other. We are friends.

EPHRAM: But the point is we got screwed. We're-We're-We're like way older than it says on our drivers' license. I mean most kids our age don't have to go through the kind of stuff that we're going through. That's why most kids our age know how to throw a proper ditch day.

[Ephram gets up and walks toward his car.]

BRIGHT: Hey, you know what, I've thrown plenty a proper ditch days in my time. And I would have turned today around if you guys would have let me.

[Bright gets up and follows him.]

BRIGHT: (CONT'D) The truth is, Ephram, there is a silver lining. You just fail to see it. I think that's part of your problem.

EPHRAM: Thank you, Dr. Phil.

BRIGHT: No, seriously, you came here on your first day, you met Amy. 'Cause you're all wiggy, in love with her, it takes your mind off what probably would have been a pretty nightmare year.

[Ephram sits on the hood of his car.]

EPHRAM: I was not wiggy.

BRIGHT: And because of what you went through with your mom, you were able to help her – Amy - out with the whole Colin thing went down and now Hannah just randomly moves in next door to you. Dude, we can help her with this thing. If that's not lucky, I don't know what is.

EPHRAM: You think we're lucky.

BRIGHT: Hell, yeah, I do. I do. I do think we're lucky. I also think that we are young. You may not feel like it all the time, but you are. So if you want to have a little fun, just nut up and do something about it.

EPHRAM: Okay, next ditch day'll be better.

BRIGHT: Screw that, we've got plenty of day left.

EPHRAM: What, it's like 5 o'clock. It's too late.

BRIGHT: Ah, my ass. Get in the car.

[Bright starts to walk around to the driver's side.]

EPHRAM: What about the girls?

[Bright honks the horn for the girls and Ephram gets up and walks around to the passenger side to get in.]



[Fade in – Hartman Medical – Dr. Abbott and Edna look exhausted from dealing with all the kids. Dr. Abbott is watching the TV in the waiting area. Edna is behind the desk. The time is 6:15pm.]

DR. ABBOTT: Well, I have to say this video idea was brilliant. It worked like a charm. I used to love this movie.

EDNA: I know. You tried to put wings on the station wagon, remember. You ruined a damn good patio umbrella from Sears & Roebuck.

DR. ABBOTT: Well, I suppose I should get going.

EDNA: You got the time, I'd buy ya a drink.

DR. ABBOTT: Oh, that sounds good, I honestly don't think I have the energy to go out.

[Dr. Abbott gets up and turns off the TV. Edna gets up and pulls a letter opener out of her pen holder and heads to the back office.]

EDNA: You may not have to.

[Dr. Abbott follows Edna into a back office. She starts opening up a space in the wall.]

DR. ABBOTT: I should fix these ceiling cracks at some point. Rain. What are you? What are you doing? Mother.

[Edna opens up the wall and pulls out some liquor and two glasses.]

EDNA: Right where the old kook left it.

DR. ABBOTT: Is that Dad's Glenfiddich?

[Edna hands Dr. Abbott the bottle.]

EDNA: He always was partial to a single malt.

DR. ABBOTT: How long has this been in there?

EDNA: Oh, going on 20 years, I'd guess. He kept it around for emergencies and special occasions. I say this one's both.

[Edna hands Dr. Abbott a glass. Dr. Abbott pours them each some.]

EDNA: (CONT'D) To beefsteak when you're hungry, whiskey when you're dry, to all the girls you'd ever want and heaven when you die. Cheers.

[They clink their glasses and drink.]

DR. ABBOTT: Seems like another lifetime doesn't it? You and I working in this office together. Dad marching around barking out orders. You remember how terrified I was in the beginning.

EDNA: You couldn't start an IV to save your life. Or draw blood.

DR. ABBOTT: You know, I've never been comfortable with the piercing procedures.

EDNA: What'd I tell ya? Pinch slap...

DR. ABBOTT: and stab. I remember. You were very patient with me. Both of you were. We were a good team once. You and I.

EDNA: Yep. Sure were.

DR. ABBOTT: Thanks for staying today, Mother.

EDNA: Junior, I wouldn't've had it any other way.

[They sit quietly and drink.]

[Cut to Hayes House – Amanda is sitting on her kitchen island. There is a knock on the back door. The time is 6:39p.m.]

AMANDA: It's open.

[Dr. Brown walks in with a bag in his hand.]



DR. BROWN: I, uh, I've been doing some thinking.

AMANDA: That was bound to happen eventually. (thinks) Sorry, I'm not good at this.

[Dr. Brown walks over to Amanda.]

DR. BROWN: Not good at what?

AMANDA: I've been doing some thinking of my own. And first, let me just say that calling you, an ass, impolite. I'm sorry about that. But I'm more sorry because you were right and I was wrong and I hate when that happens.

DR. BROWN: What was I right about?

AMANDA: I'm a married woman. And I haven't been acting that way. John out of the house for all of these weeks.

DR. BROWN: You feel single.

AMANDA: Unattached, yeah. All it takes is coming back to this house – the wheelchair ramps and all John's meds crammed into the bathroom cabinet and suddenly reality is…

DR. BROWN: I don't wanna stop seeing you.

AMANDA: What's that?

DR. BROWN: I've been doing some of my own thinking too. Well, not completely my own. I had some help from a pushy neighbor, but the important thing is that it made me realize what I want.

[Dr. Brown walks up to Amanda and stands in front of her.]

DR. BROWN: (CONT'D) I want you, Amanda. In whatever way I can be with you, I want that now. And if there's any possibility of a future, I want that too. I want whatever we can have. Whatever you see, I want to see it too.

AMANDA: You realize you're officially at the 180 degree mark.

DR. BROWN: I just want to jump in.

AMANDA: So, I am thinking today was just a total waste of time.

DR. BROWN: No. No. No. No. No, it wasn't. Your thinking was good. I think. See your thinking put you at this level. (showing his hand above his head) and-and I was a few notches down at this level. (showing his other hand below) And then your thinking moved you to this point. (brings his higher hand down) And my thinking put me here. (now his hands are equal in height) And so…

AMANDA: We meet in the middle.

DR. BROWN: It's a miracle.

AMANDA: How are we gonna pass the pancakes?

DR. BROWN: As a matter of fact.., because I blew the idea of you taking me to Vermont. I thought I might bring it here.

[Dr. Brown pulls out a bottle of maple syrup.]

DR. BROWN: (CONT'D) Now that – that there..


DR. BROWN: Is Vermont's finest fancy grade Maple syrup from a little farm in a beautiful town called Manchester.

AMANDA: No, it's not.

DR. BROWN: Well, it would be if we had a decent grocery store in this town.

[They hug.]

[Cut to hillside – Ephram is sitting on a sled, Bright is behind him and Hannah and Amy are off to the side watching.]

EPHRAM: You know what, I'm not going.

[Ephram tries to get up and Bright pushes him back onto the sled.]

BRIGHT: Yes, you are. Here we go. Ready?

EPHRAM: How do I steer?

BRIGHT: You don't have to worry about it. One. Two.

EPHRAM: I'm gonna hit your truck.

BRIGHT: Three.

[Bright pushes Ephram and Ephram takes off down the hill. Amy and Hannah laugh. Then Bright takes off down the slope on his stomach on a sled. Ephram and Amy go down together. Bright picks up Hannah. They are laughing and having fun and playing in the snow. When they are finished, they run down to the bottom of the hill where the cars are.]

HANNAH: This is so much fun.

BRIGHT: Oh, dude, Ephram, when you hit my truck that was so hilarious.

EPHRAM: Oh, yeah, maybe for you.

[Bright's cell phone goes off. He pulls it out of his pocket and looks.]

HANNAH: That's probably Jillian.


HANNAH: Hurry up before it goes to voicemail.

BRIGHT: Aah, I can skip it. I can go to a movie any night. One more run on the hill, little lady.


BRIGHT: Double decker to the top, unless you're too chicken.

HANNAH: Your sad attempt at reverse psychology is not going to work on me, Bright. Race you to the top.

[Hannah takes off up the hill and Bright races after her. Amy and Ephram watch them.]

EPHRAM: This actually wasn't half bad.

AMY: I know.

EPHRAM: Who knew sledding could be so much fun.

AMY: Uh, huh, Bright, man, he's good at that stuff.

EPHRAM: I'm sorry I was such a downer today.

AMY: You weren't. You were just being you. On ten, but since I love you I'm okay with that.

EPHRAM: Really? You still love me?

AMY: Weird, I know.

[They smile at each other.]

AMY: (CONT'D) I feel kinda bad for loading up the party wagon today. We never actually got any time together. Or together time.

EPHRAM: Well, it's never too late.

AMY: What about them?

EPHRAM: Oh, they have a car. We have a car.

AMY: This is true. [Ephram motions for them to head to his car so Amy and Ephram take off toward his car.]
Ecrit par  

Teaser | Instructions | Tableaux des vols
Activité récente

En ce 25 mars, nous célébrons deux anniversaires. En effet, Marcia Cross célèbre ses 55 ans et...

"The Resident"
Emily VanCamp vient de décrocher un rôle dans le pilot d'une nouvelle série médicale pour Fox, "The...

"Miss FBI: Divinement armée"
Ce soir à 23h00 sur NT1, vous pourrez retrouver Treat Williams dans le film "Miss FBI: Divinement...


Paul Wesley et Phoebe Tonkin ont annoncé leur séparation après 4 ans de relation. Le couple s'était...


Aujourd'hui 9 mars, Tom Amandes fête ses 58 ans. Nous lui souhaitons un joyeux anniversaire et une...


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

Inscris-toi maintenant


CastleBeck (23:07)

Et toi, ça avance , mise à part tes quadruples Aramis?

Xanaphia (23:08)

une nouvelle pins et hier deux nouvelles aussi.... je n'ai pas trop à me plaindre non plus ^^

CastleBeck (23:08)

Vaut mieux pas se plaindre, sinon ils n'en ajouteront pas des nouvelles

CastleBeck (23:09)

Je pourrais toujours ne pas dépenser et attendre les prochains ajouts,ils devraient être sympa aussi.

Xanaphia (23:12)

Ah non, on veut les nouvelles ^^ on les attend avec impatience même même juste pour le plaisir des yeux sur d'autres profils ou pour essayer de les avoir...

CastleBeck (23:13)

La dernière fois,je venais de dépenser mes HypnoZ quand elles sont arrivées... j'étais presque déçue de ne pas pouvoir acheter des cartes shippers... Je vais essayer de ne pas faire la même chose cette fois.

Xanaphia (23:14)

petite fourmi ^^

CastleBeck (23:15)

De temps en temps... mais au rytme où j'accumule mes hypnoZ, peut-être pas...

Xanaphia (23:16)

Moi je préfère acheter des cartes à 50 c'est un bon compromis pour moi

CastleBeck (23:17)

Oui, c'Est un bon compromis...

CastleBeck (23:18)

Moi, je cherche une carte à 300 alors, ce sera ça...

CastleBeck (23:19)

je saut, pour le moment, les catégories où je ne connais aucune série

Xanaphia (23:19)

quand tu verras un beau jour que tu as 300 HypnoZ sur ton compte en banque ^^

Xanaphia (23:19)

j'ai vu que tu comptais passer sur blacklist aujourd'hui ?

CastleBeck (23:20)

C'est dans mon objectif de 4 villes d'aujourd'hui... je commence par la fin de la liste

Xanaphia (23:20)

C'est bien ^^ c'est chez moi

CastleBeck (23:21)

J'essaierai de ne pas faire de bruit pour ne pas te réveiller, à l'heure où je devrais passer...

Xanaphia (23:22)

Je te répondrai demain alors ^^

Xanaphia (23:24)

Sur ce je vais filer.... Bon vol et bonne journée !

CastleBeck (23:24)

Tu pourras prendre ton temps pour répondre, ce n'Est pas urgent... surtout la nuit

CastleBeck (23:24)

Bonne nuit à toi

Xanaphia (23:25)

Bah oui avec le décalage horaire ^^ tu connais la série ?

CastleBeck (23:26)

Non, je ne connais que le synopsis... En fait, avec moi, on part du principe que je ne connais presque pas de séries...

Xanaphia (23:27)

Donc peut être qu'avec les réponses ça va t'aider...

CastleBeck (23:29)

Ça va m'aider à connaitre la série, effectivement. Mais, je ne vise pas particulièrement le 5 messages, même si je le fais lorsque je peux

CastleBeck (23:30)

Je connais qu'une série cette semaine, alors , j'ai déjà oublier le 105

Xanaphia (23:30)

Allez à + Et juste avant de partir c'est quoi la série ?

CastleBeck (23:30)

Lucifer (et Trixie!)

CastleBeck (23:30)

À plus

Xanaphia (23:31)

Ah oui ^^

cometchat1 (10:23)


cometchat1 (10:24)


cometchat1 (10:24)


cometchat1 (10:29)


cometchat1 (10:29)


cometchat1 (10:32)


cometchat1 (10:32)


cometchat1 (10:49)


cometchat1 (10:49)


cometchat1 (10:49)


cometchat1 (10:49)


cometchat1 (10:50)


cometchat1 (10:50)


cometchat1 (10:50)


cometchat1 (10:50)


cometchat1 (11:14)


cometchat1 (11:14)


cometchat1 (11:29)


cometchat1 (11:29)


Locksley (11:44)

HypnoCup : allez, allez, on vient faire un petit clic pour départager Alex et Greg ! Faites-nous exploser le nombre de votants pour cette finale ! Et cometchat1 peut même voter en passant faire ses tests

cometchat1 (11:47)


cometchat1 (11:47)


kystis (21:44)

N'oubliez pas de voter dans préférence !! Merci

albi2302 (20:00)

Blue Bloods à un nouveau Design (merci Serieserie) et cherche une équipe pour s'occuper du quartier ! N'hésitez pas a passer

cinto (18:35)

Nouvelle PDLQ chez Ma sorcière Bien Aimée; venez, votez, soyez remercié!

albi2302 (00:01)

Hyp9 2017 ça démarre maintenant ! Bonne chasse à tous

Xanaphia (00:06)

Et 1 déjà dans mon panier ^^

Merane (11:57)

Bonjour, le sondage spécial HypnoAirways 2017 du quartier Teen Wolf est arrivé . Merci pour vos votes et bonne journée .

SeySey (16:49)

Bonjour!! Si vous n'avez pas participer à l'animation "Old Or New Age" du quartier Outlander, on vous attend! Êtes vous fait (e) pour le XVIII ou XX ème siècle?? Venez le découvrir! Sans oublier notre sondage & nouveau design

chrismaz66 (18:18)

'Soir, Torchwood a enfin un nouveau SONDAGE, bourré de petites histoires à faire froid dans le dos! Venez trembler et un petit clic pour votre frisson préféré. Merci d'avance et bonne soirée

Rejoins-nous !

Ou utilise nos Apps :

Disponible sur Google Play