Well, I guess its pretty well certain now. The preview for next week’s Everwood called it the two hour special series finale. So I guess no more Everwood. Kind of sad about that as it was starting to once more get back to its old form, but alas the network gods have decreed otherwise.
Still this weeks second to last episode I think was more of a set up for the end than anything. With Irv dying and the look back wasn’t enough of a tell tale sign, I guess the somberness certainly made it apparent. There really isnt much to say about this episode other than it was sad.
Though perhaps maybe there is something eerily understated about the whole issue. The end with Edna talking to Irv and him then simply disappearing, was unsettling. It does raise an issue about after life but naturally doesn’t answer it.
So do you believe in an afterlife?
I know I do, in a sense. I just wish I knew more or perhaps were more certain of what I do know, which really isn’t much. I believe life doesn’t end, that our souls do move on, but how and to what I am not exactly certain. I do know God isn’t a vengeful God, so I imagine that when people like Phelps or Bush or the Pope get up there, they are in for a surprise, but how does it work, damned if I know. I am not in any real hurry to find out though, simply as I rather enjoy my time here, with Dave and Mom and now Molly.
Still Everwood did raise some interesting thoughts in the old noggin. I liked that last part when Irv told Edna they had a lifetime together. I mean that was so perfect. I suppose it is true too and sort of what Rent Boy is about, if you ever read it.
Rather looking forward to the 2 hour series finale on Monday. In some respects I might be building myself up for a big let down but I think not. I expected a lot from this show over the years, and in all honesty, I suppose that it did deliver what I expected more times than not. Still I am hopefull that the end will be one of those ‘special’ television moments.
So any guesses?
Will Andy & Nina finally get together?
I think he will propose as the promo shows, but somehow I think she’ll say no.
Will Amy & Ephram finally get back together?
Yes, I think they will as well, if they didn’t it would be too much of a shock I think to viewers. After all they were the two lovers always missing each other and at the end, I think they will both come to realize they need each other.
What about Bright and Hanna? Will that be a neat ending too?
My surprise ending. Bright proposes to Hanna and she says yes. Don’t ask me why, but its what I feel and besides you have to admit, it’d be an interesting ending wouldnt it?
I am sure I am wrong on about everything, but hell its fun wondering and that was part of this Everwood’s charm. When it did click it made you await the next episode wondering what would be the outcome. So I guess its done its magic this time around, one more time.