7th Heaven

Season 2 Episode 3

I Love You

3
Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Sep 29, 1997 on The CW
8.8
out of 10
User Rating
67 votes
2

EPISODE REVIEWS
By TV.com Users

Episode Summary

EDIT
Simon and Ruthie are used to going through Matt's private stuff, but they send the entire Camden household into a tailspin when they find a shocking letter that Matt has written to his girlfriend. Mary wants desperately to reach a new level with Wilson, and she is furious to learn his reaction. Lucy bonds with an insecure classmate, who feels unloved by her cold and rigid mother.moreless

Who was the Episode MVP ?

Tuesday
No results found.
Wednesday
No results found.
Thursday
No results found.
SUBMIT REVIEW
  • This is probably not the most exciting episode of the series but I still think it's a great one.

    8.9
    I think the way Matt wants to trick Ruthie and Simon by making them believe he and Heather are married, but then his letter ends up being read by Eric instead, is really hilarious. And while watching the episode, I was just thinking... it would have been so hilarious if Ruthie, who thought at first that Matt and Heather being married meant Heather being pregnant, had told her parents about her thoughts. Annie and Eric would probably have freaked out even more if thinking that Matt was married AND going to be a father at seventeen. I didn't really like the storyline with Mary though, it seems to me that it was not all that interesting, or that she was making it annoying, especially when she told Wilson she loved him. Obviously, she doesn't know what love is if she's even wondering if it's the time to say it. I did like however the storyline with Lucy's friend, Laurie. It was touching because I think it happens to many people, not to know how to tell someone they love them, though wanting to, and feeling unwanted.moreless
  • This was one of those episodes , that just kind of exist and don't have much , although have seom important signifigance.

    8.2
    WHen MAry wnats Wilson to day he loves her he thinks its to big of a commitment becasue he only said that to his sons mother before who is now gone. When Ruthie and Simon start reading Matt's love letter to Heather adn get caught Matt plays a trick on them by adressing one of the letters to Mrs. MAtt Camden.
Laurie O'Brien

Laurie O'Brien

Carol

Guest Star

Anita Dangler

Anita Dangler

Laurie's Grandmother

Guest Star

Molly Orr

Molly Orr

Laurie

Guest Star

Andrew Keegan

Andrew Keegan

Wilson West

Recurring Role

Casey Boersma

Casey Boersma

Billy (Wilson Jr.) West

Recurring Role

Dylan Boersma

Dylan Boersma

Billy (Wilson Jr.) West

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

FILTER BY TYPE

  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Lucy and Laurie play classmates and friends in this episode, but in real life, Beverley Mitchell (Lucy) is a full five years older than Molly Orr (Laurie). In fact, Orr is even a year younger than David Gallagher, who plays Simon.

    • In this episode Mary acts like it is a big deal that Annie is letting Lucy go to the market with her, since Annie always goes to the market alone. However in "See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil", Mary went to the market with Annie like it was no big deal.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Annie: I hate when a parent calls their child stupid. It is so... hurtful and demeaning.

    • (Eric is telling Annie about the letter that Matt wrote to Heather)
      Eric: Dear Mrs. Matt Camden, I love calling you that. And I can hardly wait until the end of the school year when we can tell everyone that we are husband and wife. I guess we should wait until then, although I'd like to tell the whole world right now. I'm the happiest I've ever been, and somedays, like today, when everything just seems right with the world, I have a hard time keeping our marriage a secret. I love you with all my heart, with all my soul and with all my mind. Yours forever, your husband, Matt.

    • Annie: No, I don't want to read Matt's mail.
      Eric: Even if he's married?
      Annie: I can't...he trusts me. But you can read it to me, since you know...you already read it.

    • Donna: I can't believe your son talked my daughter into something so stupid.
      Annie: Did you just call my son stupid?!

    • Annie: When I shop for food, I take my time. I think of all of us around the dinner table, laughing and talking. I kind of get lost in the experience. It's kind of a Zen thing.

  • NOTES (3)

  • ALLUSIONS (0)

More
Less