Scott Wolf Then: We didn't hate Jake or anything -- he had his moments, especially when playing surrogate dad to Hannah -- but as Andy's romantic rival, we are obligated not to love him. Now: Wolf recently returned to TV in the children's series 'Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters' -- and will forever be Bailey Salinger. Stephanie Niznik Then: If it wasn't for Nina, Andy would've crashed and burned big-time. Now: Question mark. She's had a few minor roles on shows like "Grey's Anatomy" and "Lost," but IMDB -- yes, we resorted to IMDB -- doesn't have her listed for any work since 2009. Tom Amandes Then: Dr. Abbott was Everwood's answer to Tom Hanks and Jimmy Stewart. Even his antagonism was elegant. Now: Though he's still enormously underrated, Amandes continues to play great -- if not spotlighted -- characters. He recently played the 16th president in a film about Abraham Lincoln's bodyguard, and he directed two episodes of "Hart of Dixie" last season. Merrilyn Gann Then: When Rose, the Mayor of Everwood, was stricken with cancer, the entire town was rocked -- but none more so than her family. Now: She's guest-starred in shows like "Life Unexpected" and "The Killing," but these days when we think of her we particularly remember the scene where, as a malevolent God, she removed Sam Winchester's fingernail on "Supernatural." At Christmas. Ick.