Struggling to select the music program for his Julliard audition tape, Ephram seeks guidance from his music teacher and mentor, Will Cleveland, but faces losing one of the most important relationships in his life after he regretfully hurts Will's feelings. Meanwhile, Andy and Amanda experience a miraculous breakthrough in their music therapy with Amanda's husband, but Andy quickly begins to question whether their celebratory mood is premature; and Bright continues down his unfortunate path of apathy by getting fired from his job - for getting intimate with a waitress in the supply closet - and lying to his parents.
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
- Scott Wolf as Dr. Jake Hartman
- Anne Heche as Amanda Hayes
- Merrilyn Gann as Rose Abbott
- Vivien Cardone, Debra Mooney, John Beasley and Stephanie Niznik were credited, but does not appear.