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7th Heaven - Season 8

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When season eight began for 7th Heaven, it became the first WB series to remain on the air for so long a time. In this season, the series also expanded beyond its traditional yearly quota of 22 episodes to include a 23rd installment. The previous season climaxed as minister Eric Camden Stephen Collins performed the marriage ceremony of his daughter Lucy Beverley Mitchell and police officer Kevin Kenkirk George Stults, and Lucy's older sister Mary former series regular Jessica Biel, now a "guest star" revealed her...
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Overview

When season eight began for 7th Heaven, it became the first WB series to remain on the air for so long a time. In this season, the series also expanded beyond its traditional yearly quota of 22 episodes to include a 23rd installment. The previous season climaxed as minister Eric Camden Stephen Collins performed the marriage ceremony of his daughter Lucy Beverley Mitchell and police officer Kevin Kenkirk George Stults, and Lucy's older sister Mary former series regular Jessica Biel, now a "guest star" revealed her own recent marriage to Carlos Rivera Carlos Ponce. These events spill over into season eight, as does the fallout of a fatal car accident involving Simon Camden David Gallagher. Also, oldest son Matt Camden Barry Watson, though no longer a regular character on the series, makes sporadic appearances as he weathers his first year of internship in a big-city emergency room -- not to mention problems in his marriage to fellow med student Sarah Sarah Danielle Madison. Elsewhere, the relationship between youngest Camden daughter Ruthie Mackenzie Rosman and troubled preteen Peter Pietrowski Scotty Leavenworth hits a snag when Peter's birth father, Vic Bryan Callen, comes back into his life -- a plot development that also bodes ill for Peter's mother, Paris Shannon Kenny, and her current amour, Eric Camden's assistant pastor Chandler Hampton Jeremy London. The connubial bliss of newlyweds Lucy and Kevin is threatened by the arrival of Kevin's contentious ex-wife, Mindy Mindy Burbano. And a mysterious stranger named Martin Tyler Hoechlin insinuates himself into the Camden household -- and into the heart of Simon's former girlfriend Cecilia Ashlee Simpson. Even more serious complications are linked with such real-life current events as the war in Iraq and the crisis in Sudan. Season eight ends with a two-parter wherein one couple considers breaking up, another tries to get back together, a third contemplates leaving Glen Oak for good, and yet another member of the Camden household prepares for motherhood. ~ All Movie Guide
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/3/2009
  • UPC: 097361398341
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  • Source: Paramount
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Time: 13:36:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 15,951

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Disc #1 -- 7th Heaven: The Eighth Season
   The Long Bad Summer (Part 1)
   The Long Bad Summer (Part 2)
   PK
   I Wasn't Expecting That!
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Disc #2 -- 7th Heaven: The Eighth Season
   Simon Camden
   Charity Begins at Home
   Getting to Know You
   Baggage
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Disc #3 -- 7th Heaven: The Eighth Season
   Go Ask Alice
   The One Thing
   When Bad Conversations Happen to Good People
   The Prodigal Father
   Major League
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Disc #4 -- 7th Heaven: The Eighth Season
   Healing Old Wounds
   Don't Speak Ill of the Living or the Dead
   The Anniversary
   Two Weddings, An Engagement and a Funeral
   Angel
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Disc #5 -- 7th Heaven: The Eighth Season
   There's No Place Like It
   High and Dry
   Lost and Found
   Little White Lies (Part 1)
   Little White Lies (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 8, the family tries to help Simon deal with the aftermath of his accident, Eric and Annie anchor the family, Matt is in some episodes, Lucy is married to Kevin, Simon does leave part way through the season, Chandler struggles to find a relationship. Ruthie is definitely getting older. 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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