|...There Is a Reaction|
|Season 3, Episode 2|
|Air date||September 20, 2004|
|Written by||David Hudgins|
|Directed by||Perry Lang|
For Every Action...
At her father's suggestion, a heartbroken Amy is determined to make the most of her senior year in the wake of Ephram returning from New York and telling her that piano has to be his number one priority. Andy contemplates telling Ephram about Madison's pregnancy. Meanwhile, Rose naively agrees to help Bright find his true calling after she discovers that he hasn't enrolled for college classes and is in fact leading a life of total leisure; Dr. Jake Hartman creates a marketing blitz for his new practice that threatens to push Dr. Abbott over the edge; and Nina takes in her friend's teenage daughter, Hannah, and asks Ephram to take her under his wing.
Cast and Characters Edit
- Treat Williams as Dr. Andrew Brown
- Gregory Smith as Ephram Brown
- Emily VanCamp as Amy Abbott
- Vivien Cardone as Delia Brown
- Chris Pratt as Bright Abbott
- Tom Amandes as Dr. Harold Abbott
- Debra Mooney as Edna Harper
- John Beasley as Irv Harper
- Stephanie Niznik as Nina Feeney
- Sarah Drew as Hannah Rogers
- Scott Wolf as Dr. Jake Hartman
- Merrilyn Gann as Rose Abbott
- Melinda Page Hamilton as Mary Kelly
- Matthew Pohlson as Dean Kelly (as Matt Pohlson)
- Sarah Drew's first appearance as Hannah Rogers.