7th Heaven - Season 7

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Overview

Though no longer a 7th Heaven regular, Barry Watson makes a memorable appearance in his old role as Matt Camden in the waning moments of the series' seventh season, to accept congratulations over his impending fatherhood. In other developments, Robbie Palmer, former boyfriend of Mary Camden Jessica Biel, has moved out of the family's garage apartment, to make way for a new tenant: Kevin Kenkirk George Stults, the policeman beau of Lucy Camden Beverley Mitchell. Alas, the Kevin-Lucy relationship may be foredoomed,...
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Overview

Though no longer a 7th Heaven regular, Barry Watson makes a memorable appearance in his old role as Matt Camden in the waning moments of the series' seventh season, to accept congratulations over his impending fatherhood. In other developments, Robbie Palmer, former boyfriend of Mary Camden Jessica Biel, has moved out of the family's garage apartment, to make way for a new tenant: Kevin Kenkirk George Stults, the policeman beau of Lucy Camden Beverley Mitchell. Alas, the Kevin-Lucy relationship may be foredoomed, thanks to Lucy's jealousy over Kevin's sexy policewoman partner, Roxanne Richardson Rachel Blanchard. Meanwhile, the peripatetic Mary Camden has moved again, this time to Fort Lauderdale, where she takes up with a much older airline pilot. And back at home, Mary's brother Simon has fallen hard for longtime platonic friend Cecilia Ashlee Simpson. The series' focus shifts from the Camden kids to their minister dad, Eric Stephen Collins, who must undergo bypass surgery. Eric's temporary replacement at Glen Oak Church is young pastor Chandler Hampton Jeremy London, who proves not only to be popular with the parishioners, but the "ideal" boyfriend for the redoubtable Roxanne Richardson. This leaves the field clear for Lucy and Kevin to wed -- an impending event that convinces the somewhat dispirited Eric that his services as a minister are still very much in demand. But a pall is cast over the happiness of Lucy and Kevin when Simon is involved in a devastating tragedy at season's end. Introduced in the course of events are single mom Paris Pietrowski Shannon Kenny and her troubled son, Peter Scotty Leavenworth, who bonds with the youngest Camden daughter, Ruthie Mackenzie Rosman. ~ All Movie Guide
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/11/2008
  • UPC: 097361392042
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  • Source: Paramount
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Time: 16:11:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 22,793

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Stephen Collins
Catherine Hicks
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Menu

Disc #1 -- 7th Heaven: The Seventh Season
   Monkey Business (Part 1)
   Monkey Business (Part 2)
   The Enemy Within
   Bowling For Eric
   The Heart Of the Matter
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Disc #2 -- 7th Heaven: The Seventh Season
   Regarding Eric
   Gabrielle, Come Blow Your Horn
   Peer Pressure
   Lost Souls
   Cry For Help
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Disc #3 -- 7th Heaven: The Seventh Season
   Sunday
   Back In the Saddle Again
   It's Not Always About You
   Smoking
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Disc #4 -- 7th Heaven: The Seventh Season
   I Love Lucy
   Stand Up
   High Anxiety
   We Do
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Disc #5 -- 7th Heaven: The Seventh Season
   That Touch Of Bink (Part 1)
   Dick (Part 2)
   Life and Death (Part 1)
   Life and Death (Part 2)
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    7th Heaven is Probably the Best Family Series Ever

    This series shows the Camden family and how they deal with problems and still try to be the best they can be. In Season 7, Eric recovers from surgery and ponders his life. Annie stays the rock that anchors the family, Matt and Mary are not present most of the time, Lucy is engaged to Kevin, Simon is in high school, Robbie leaves and Chandler and Roxanne enter. Ruthie, Sam and David are growing up. It is nice to see how we can make mistakes and learn to deal with them and be nice about it.

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