7th Heaven

Season 6 Episode 6

Broken

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 05, 2001 on The CW
8.9
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Lucy and Robbie argue over who should tell Mary about their emerging relationship. Meanwhile, Matt worries that a young woman in his study group might be a victim of physical abuse at the hands of her belligerent boyfriend. Elsewhere, Eric's sister Julie shows up at the Camden house with her toddler Erica and annoys Annie as she tries to prepare a lesson for her class. Lastly, Simon meets up with an old girlfriend, Sasha and they both try to catch up on their personal lives.moreless

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  • This episode definately wasn't "broken."

    10
    Julie and Hank have a fight. Wilson and Mary make up and plan to elope. Simon sees Sasha and they spend the day together, waiting for her ex-boyfriend. Lucy and Robbie finally get the courage to tell everyone they are dating. Matt thinks that a girl in his study group is getting hit by her boyfriend. Seeing the episodes keep ending with Wilson and Mary is starting to get to my nerves. I keep wanting to find out what's happening next. This time, they are contemplating whether to get married or not. I thought it was funny in the beginning when everyone says they saw Lucy and Robbie making out in various places. All they have to do now is tell Mary. They do and she's okay with it. They go on their first date and have a horrible time. Simon sees Sasha and they talk and she says she wants a boy like Simon because her ex-boyfriend, who wants to get back together, is a jerk. Ruthie is excited about being next in line for Robbie, which is humorous. Matt asks Cheryl to talk to Mel, the girl he thinks is getting abused. He knows that Cheryl had a similar past, so she talks to her and it turns out that the bruises are from boxing, not her boyfriend. I loved this episode so it gets a 10!moreless
Sami Simkin

Sami Simkin

Sasha Simpson

Guest Star

Sami Reed

Sami Reed

Mel

Guest Star

Jane Lynch

Jane Lynch

Nurse

Guest Star

Ed Begley Jr.

Ed Begley Jr.

Hank Hastings

Recurring Role

Deborah Raffin

Deborah Raffin

Julie Hastings

Recurring Role

Andrew Keegan

Andrew Keegan

Wilson West

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • In this episode we see Mary leaving Wilson's apartment by taking the elevator and going downstairs. But in episode Pathetic we see an outside closeup of Wilson's apartment windows that is on the first floor.

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Julie: The worst is...he didn't even consult me before our lives changed forever. I don't know what this is, but it's not a marriage. Did I forget to tell you that I'm PREGNANT?
      Annie: Yes you forgot to tell me that you were pregnant. Are you sure?
      Julie: I'm sure.

    • Hank: Julie and I are not in a fight. We're in total agreement. We both want a divorce.
      Eric: Divorce?!
      Hank: Julie and I are getting a divorce. So if you'll excuse me, I have patients.

    • Eric: (to Annie) When two people get together for the wrong reasons, there can only be one outcome. Lucy and Robbie will eventually have to face why they got together. And when they do, they'll break up.

    • Ruthie: (to Lucy and Robbie) By the power invested in me by me, I now pronounce you a couple. You may now kiss your ex-girlfriend's sister.

    • Ruthie: (referring to Robbie after he broke up with Lucy) I'm next, and when I get him I'm keeping him. Three's a charm.

    • Lucy: What are you thinking?
      Robbie: I am thinking that you are nothing like Mary.

    • Lucy: (to her family) Robbie and I have something to tell you.
      Ruthie: Is this about you two being together?
      Lucy: You know about us?
      Ruthie: Oh, everybody knows.
      Lucy: (to her family) Does that mean you're okay with us being together?
      Eric: No.

  • NOTES (3)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Julie: All work and no play makes Annie a cranky teacher.

      Julie is mocking Annie with the famous dialogue line used in the famous Stanley Kubrick film, The Shining.

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