Watch what Annie does when Matt tells Lucy that her hair looks kind of sexy. To the naked eye, it looks like Annie is shooting Matt with a very vulgar gesture that involves the middle finger. If you look really closely, you can see that she clearly isn't doing that, but if you didn't look twice, you'd think that Annie is flipping off her son!
When Wilson asks the lady at the front hospital desk for an update on Mary's surgery, the woman says that this information is available only to family members. Wilson lies and says he's her brother, and the woman immediately forks over the information. In reality, they would want a little more verification than that before giving out an update on a patient.
In "Dangerous Liaisons (1)" Mary was hit on her left side, why was her right knee injured? If she had surgery in June, how could she be back playing basketball in September? In her first game back on the team she is wearing a brace, but in the next game she is not.
When we see Mary laying on the stretcher, her hair is in a bun. However, when she was hit by a car at the end of the previous episode, "Dangerous Liaisons (1)", her hair is loose.
Charles: (After seeing Wilson lie about being Mary's brother) Ah, you know, I don't recall your getting your grandpa a birthday present this year. I'm a large. I look good in blue. I'm easily impressed by expensive things.
Mrs. Bink: (About the Camden family) They're all nuts!
Eric: (about Annie's father) You know, honey, it's.....it's not unusual for a man who was once married to remarry quickly. They know the joy of being married, and they want to have that again.
Annie: So you're saying you love me so much that if I die, you could be married again within six months? Thank you very much.
Ginger: I think we should take a break from each other for a while, you know? See how we feel in a few months. It's for the best, really.
Charles: Everyone always says that. But it never is.
Matt: Great. Even with Mary in the hospital, Dad still finds a way to teach me a lesson.
Simon: Well, you've kind of got to admire him for that.
Matt: (about Lucy's hair, trying to make her feel better) Yeah, um, I think it looks kind of, uh, kind of sexy.
Lucy: Sexy? You think it looks sexy?
Matt: Well, not, uh, sexy-sexy, but--
Lucy: Any sexy's okay!
Lucy: Mom, you have to help me. The color won't come out!
Annie: It looks fine.
Lucy: It doesn't look fine! You should have seen Jimmy's face when he saw it!
Simon: You didn't do it for them or for Jimmy Moon. You did it for you!
Lucy: I did it because YOU talked me into it!
Simon: Oh yeah? Well, you were smart to listen, because it looks great. With blonde hair, you can be a whole new you. A you who doesn't care what other people think, a you who has more fun.
Lucy: I'm not having any fun!
Simon: Well, maybe that's because you're still in a brunette mindset!
Heather: I've never talked with my voice before, and I have no idea what it sounds like.
Matt: Beautiful. It sounds beautiful.
Annie: (as Mary plays basketball from her wheelchair with her siblings) What aren't you telling me?
Eric: The doctor doesn't know if she'll ever play basketball again.
Annie: What does he know? She's playing right now!
Eric: I thought you said the surgery went fine.
Doctor: The surgery isn't the problem.
Eric: Ok, the surgery isn't the problem. So what's the problem?
Doctor: Reverend Camden...
Eric: WHAT? If there's something wrong with my daughter, why would you let her leave the hospital?
Doctor: Okay, let's not get upset.
Eric: No, let's. Just for once, let's. What's going on??
Mary: So what does this all mean then?
Eric: I don't know, honey. No one knows.
Mary: Well, I know! I know that this stupid accident is not going to change my life. It can't, it just can't! I won't let it! Dad, I thought it fixed everything. I thought the surgery fixed everything!
Mary: You've been a real jerk, Michael. And an apology and a teddy bear aren't going to change that!
Simon: (at restaurant run by deaf people) Hey, anybody want turtle soup? I know the sign for turtle.
Lucy: Right. And what's the sign for soup?
Matt: Order a hamburger like you usually do.
Simon: And how am I supposed to do that?
Matt: Point, brainiac!
Lucy: Everyone knows Jimmy and I broke up, so tomorrow's going to be the worst day of my life. And I don't even have a best friend or a big sister at home to talk about it with.
Simon: I'm here. Talk to me.
Lucy: You? This whole thing is your fault!
Simon: I know. But no matter what color your hair is, you're still the same weepy, wacky, wonderful Lucy you've always been.
Jimmy: Call me when you've come to your senses.
Lucy: Fine! In the meantime, I'll find somebody who likes me as a blonde.
Jimmy: Good luck!
Jimmy: What happened to you?
Lucy: My sister is in the hospital having surgery, and all you care about is my hair? UUUUUUUUGH!
Ruthie: Guess what? I have a big surprise for you.
Annie: A big surprise like ferrets in the house, or a big surprise like a beautiful picture that you drew at school?
Annie: I hear Ginger's children weren't so thrilled about you.
Charles: No, they weren't.
Annie: Well, then, you should have had a pretty good idea how I would feel.
Charles: Why? You're my daughter. You're my daughter, Annie, and I thought we raised you better than that. I've seen you be kinder to strangers, and more polite than you were to Ginger!
Annie: I asked you not to come, Dad!
Charles: She's my granddaughter, Annie! My grandbaby! I love her. I know you blame me for the accident.
Annie: I never said that.
Charles: You didn't have to!
Annie: Mom died six months ago. And there are moments--most of them, in fact--when I still feel like it was yesterday! I don't see you for months, and when I do, you're with another woman. And then you bring that woman into Church! What were you trying to do?
Charles: Be a part of the family again! A family's filled with faces that remind me of your mother's. I was hiding from... memories, Annie, nothing more. Ginger's been through all this already. I just wanted her support while I did it.
Annie: (about Mary) If she's not okay, I'll never forgive myself.
Eric: It's not your fault, don't blame yourself. She'll be okay...she has to be okay.
Eric: Your hair looks nice, Luce.
Lucy: Nice or sexy?
Eric: Uh....nice. Definitely nice. If my 13-year-old daughter had sexy hair, I'd shave her head.
Charles: How'd the date go?
Wilson: Not so great.
Charles: Well, yesterday wasn't a great day for me, either. Today could stand to be a whole lot better, too. And there's always tomorrow. I may break into song any minute.
Mary: Stop thinking up an answer and tell me the truth. And remember, I live with Lucy and you're as bad a liar as she is.
Charles: I love you, but I can't let you run off Ginger like Mrs. Bink's daughter did.
Annie: I'm so sorry. I love you too.
Beverly Garland (Ginger) is credited as a "Special Guest Star."
Barry Watson (Matt Camden) does the voiceover for the introduction, "Last time on 7th Heaven".
"7th Heaven" was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Family TV Drama for this season.
In Germany this episode is known as, "Fatal Affairs (2)", translated.
"7th Heaven" got an Emmy Nomination during it's first season (1996-1997) for Best Art Direction for a Series.
Annie: A big surprise like ferrets in the house or a big surprise like a beautiful picture that you drew at school?
This is in reference to episode 17 where Simon and Ruthie secretly buys ferrets and sneak them into the house.
Episode title: Dangerous Liaisons
From the 1988 movie of the same name starring, Glenn Close, Michelle Pfeiffer, Uma Thurman and John Malkovich.