7th Heaven

Season 5 Episode 18

Apologize

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Apr 23, 2001 on The CW
8.7
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The striking resemblance of Robbie's new friend, Marie, to Mary raises eyebrows among discerning Camdens. Annie's invitation for her to stay for dinner makes things weirder for them. Back in Buffalo, unbeknownst to Robbie, Mary accidentally bumps into her old boyfriend Wilson (guest-star Andrew Keegan) and his son Billy at the train station and makes plans to meet him for the evening. Mary is unsure on whether she should tell Robbie, but confides in her family about this. They all say that she should tell Robbie about this, but decides to ignore their advice. Also, Matt meets Robbie's ex-girlfriend, Cheryl, at the restaurant where she works. He starts to have feelings for Cheryl and tries his best to try to get her to go on a date with him. His efforts work by the end, but is having a hard time telling Robbie about his interest in his ex-girlfriend.moreless

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  • I loved this episode!

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    Matt wants to go out with Cheryl. Mary sees Wilson and has dinner with him without telling Robbie. Robbie finds a woman who is extremely similar to Mary. Lucy is waiting for Jeremy to call her. Ruthie thinks everything she says is going to come true. I actually like Matt and Cheryl together. They have great chemistry. I really like both Wilson and Robbie. I think what Mary did was wrong though. If I had to choose whom I would want Mary to date between Wilson and Robbie, I honestly wouldn’t know. I like Robbie as a person and I wouldn’t like it if Mary broke up with him, but I like Wilson with Mary and it’s really confusing. I thought it was cool how Mary and Jeremy saw each other without knowing how Lucy connects them. I wish Jeremy had said something about Lucy and Mary would have realized who he was. The only thing I want to know is where John has been these past episodes. Overall, I loved this episode, as I pretty much love all the 7th Heaven episodes. 10 out of 10.moreless
Lauren German

Lauren German

Marie

Guest Star

Mercedes Colón

Mercedes Colón

Hostess

Guest Star

Alexander Gould

Alexander Gould

Pee Wee #1

Guest Star

Jessica Biel

Jessica Biel

Mary Camden

Recurring Role

Andrew Keegan

Andrew Keegan

Wilson West

Recurring Role

David Lago

David Lago

Jeremy

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (7)

    • Ruthie: Are you sure you don't have another child? There are seven of us, one of us could've gotten lost.

    • Ruthie: I love Mary and I miss her, but I don't think she's coming home.

    • Mary: I think I have to tell you that I have a boyfriend.
      Wilson: Here in Buffalo?
      Mary: No, back home.
      Wilson: In Glenoak?
      Mary: Yeah... In Glenoak... At my home. Robbie lives with my family.
      Wilson: Is he planning to move out here?
      Mary: No.
      Wilson: Are you planning to back there?
      Mary: No.
      Wilson: Long distance relationships don't usually work out.
      Mary: I know.

    • Matt: I mean look, we're both members of the clean plate club.
      Cheryl: I like awkward, it suites us.

    • Robbie: I think you should come home, Mary.
      Mary: I'm sorry, Robbie. But I'm not ready to come home.

    • Kid: Why can't we play soccer?
      Other Kid: Yeah, we want to play soccer!
      Robbie: Well, we can't play soccer today because the field's too wet.
      Kid: Why?
      Robbie: Because it rained.
      Other Kid: Why?
      Robbie: Why'd it rain?
      Other Kid: I asked you!

    • Matt: This is a freak show! A freak show! And all of you are guilty of paying to see the freak.
      Annie: Matt maybe you should...
      Eric: Go see that psychiatrist again.

  • NOTES (4)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Robbie: It's like the Twilight Zone. I wish you were here to meet her.

      Robbie is explaining to Mary that it's like The Twilight Zone at her home as there's girl he met who looks exactly like her. The Twilight Zone is a classic series created by Rod Serling in the 1950's and 60's that depicted stories of bizarre situations that happened to ordinary people, from the strange to bizarre. Remakes have been made later on but the original was in the late 1950's.

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