Everwood Brilliant idea of the week? Using Tater Tots as a reward for cramming for finals. That Hannah was pretty genius by using positive reinforcement to help Bright study for a psychology exam. They are just the most adorable couple on TV. Bright then broke out of his mold by giving Hannah a well-thought-out and heartfelt pep talk describing all of the things that he found beautiful about her. Sniff, sniff. Too sweet and so unexpected from him. He even broke out a copy of Our Bodies, Ourselves to try to figure out why she was being so insecure. And his reward for sharing his newfound sensitivity with the girl he loves was so much more than Tater Tots  he got to see his normally shy girlfriend in the buff. Bright almost became himself again while giving Ephram, who was in danger of turning into Amy's gal pal, a speech on asserting himself as a man. Turns out Ephram was able to figure out how to change Amy's perception all on his own with his sweet postcards and the fact that her flirtation with Dougie flopped. Her take on Dougie: "Moron. We talked for three minutes and I'm pretty sure he used the word 'party' 16 times... as a verb, an adjective and a noun." I can see why Amy  who just wants to make out  would fall back into her ex's arms. But while things are looking up for Everwood's teens before the holidays, stormy weather hits many others. Dr. Abbott and the former Ms. Mayor have reached the first point in their lives where they see things differently. She wants to perform miracles and he thinks he already has by getting Bright into college. Dr. Dimples has turned to drugs again, which wouldn't be so terrible if he hadn't been lying to Nina about his recovering-addict status for oh... the entire time he's been in town. I was surprised but oddly proud that she kicked him to the curb. And Andy's having trouble with the daughter who is normally his easy child. Turns out she's in danger of becoming a mean girl by hanging with the popular crowd and picking on an overweight student. I've seen

Heathers too many times and things didn't go well for the chubby recipient of the phony love letters. I think Andy's got a reason to be worried about his kid, but I'm just happy that she's actually starting to get a personality. Delia's come a long way from the dull little tomboy who first arrived in town with her grouchy brother and misguided father.