Härliga quotes från Everwood.
Ephram: What is that?
Delia: I think it’s dinner.
Andy: I found mom’s old recipe book.
Ephram: And you cooked it?
Andy: I’m back.
Ephram: Sound the trumpets.
Bright: Well, howdy, loser.
Ephram: You guys choreograph the bathroom-stall exit, and I’m the loser?
Bright: I see you’re still getting cozy with my little sis. I thought I told you once, she’s spoken for.
Ephram: Spoken for? Hey, Bright…The ’50s called. They want their lingo back.
Ephram: I’d like to take a moment and point out that this is by far the weirdest restaurant we’ve ever been to, and we’re from New York City where we’re regularly served by drag queens named Frank.
Andy: Look, I’m sorry, guys. I’ll make it up to you. I promise I won’t cook dinner for a whole week
Andy: You cooked dinner?
Ephram: I figured we should have meatloaf-flavored meatloaf for a change.
Så JÄVLA BRA! och det är bara från första avsnittet. Kan med ärlighet säga att den här serien är fan så mycket bättre än Felicity och Dawsons Creek. Den har humor och den har hjärta. Jag tror jag har gråtit i kanske 65% av de ca 30 avsnitt jag sett.
Det är bra betyg. Ännu mer..
”The more things change, the more they stay the same. I’m not sure who the first person was who said that. Probably Shakespeare. Or maybe Sting. But at the moment, it’s the sentence that best explains my tragic flaw: my inability to change.
I don’t think I’m alone in this. The more I get to know other people, the more I realize it’s kind of everyone’s flaw. Staying exactly the same for as long as possible, standing perfectly still… It feels better somehow. And if you are suffering, at least the pain is familiar. Because if you took that leap of faith, went outside the box, did something unexpected… Who knows what other pain might be waiting out there. Chances are it could be even worse.
So you maintain the status quo. Choose the road already traveled and it doesn’t seem that bad. Not as far as flaws go. You’re not a drug addict. You’re not killing anyone… Except maybe yourself a little.
When we finally do change, I don’t think it happens like an earthquake or an explosion, where all of a sudden we’re like this different person. I think it’s smaller than that. The kind of thing most people wouldn’t even notice unless they looked at us really, really close. Which, thank God, they never do. But you notice it. Inside you that change feels like a world of difference. And you hope this is it. This is the person you get to be forever… that you’ll never have to change again.”