7th Heaven

Season 8 Episode 13

Major League

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jan 19, 2004 on The CW
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Eric feels he must intervene when Martin, who recently moved in with the Camdens, is recruited by a professional baseball team, the Miami Gators and considers dropping out of school. Meanwhile, Ruthie enlists Lucy's help to convince their mom that she should be allowed to attend a couples party with Peter. Finally, Chandler's mother (guest star Concetta Tomei) pays him an unwelcome visit when he is named executor of his father's estate. A rift happens between Lucy and Annie where an angered Lucy considers moving. Lastly, Cecilia teaches Sam and David on how to ride a bike.moreless

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  • Kevin to Lucy: Grow Up.

    Lucy crossed the line by siding with the demon spawn aka Ruthie over Annie. Kevin hit the nail on the head when he told Lucy that one day you would be a parent. Kevin is waking up Lucy that she is a married woman and to start acting like one.
  • This was awesome!

    Martin moves in. Martin wants to play professional baseball when a scout offers him the chance to play for the Miami Gators. Eric won't let him do that and he emails Martin's dad about it. Chandler's father left him in charge of his business. Chandler's mother wants the money, but Chandler won't give it to her or Sid. Cecilia teaches Sam and David how to ride a bike without training wheels. Annie won't let Ruthie go to a party. Lucy gets in the middle of it and then says that she and Kevin are moving after she and Annie fight.

    This was a great episode! I loved it a lot for some reason. I agree with Eric, Cecilia, and Martin's dad about Martin playing in the major league. He's too young, and should finish high school. This episode gets a 10!moreless
Kevin Dunn

Kevin Dunn

Coach Terry Hardwick

Guest Star

Concetta Tomei

Concetta Tomei

Edie Hampton

Guest Star

Tanner Hoechlin

Tanner Hoechlin

Guy #1

Guest Star

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (7)

    • Annie has taught everyone of her kids except Sam and David how to ride a bike.

    • Nitpick: In the episode It TakesA Villiage in season 2, Annie lets Simon go to a party with no questions asked so how come when Ruthie wants to go to one she's making a big deal out of it?

    • NITPICK: When Cecilia was in the kitchen with Annie and the boys talking about their "Surprise," Annie later allows the boys to go outside to ride their bikes while her and Cecilia stay in the house. Would she really let two four year olds outside without any adult supervision who just learnt to ride their bikes?

    • Reply: They were in the kichten for maybe 2 minutes and they are 5-yrs. old they were riding pretty good in my book and if something happen being them inside or out nothing can stop them from falling down inside or out you would get an immedite response..

    • Someone mentioned this on the board and I think this should qualify for a nitpick---In Major Leauge Baseball you have to be done with high school and you have to be drafted in order to play.

    • Nitpick: When Kevin and Lucy were talking about moving, lucy was sitting in a chair by the bed and Kevin was standing in the episode "I wasn't expecting that!" Kevin and Lucy had a living room. Why weren't they sitting in there when they were talking about moving. A living room just shouldn't appear for only one episode.

    • Why were Eric and Annie showing Martin around the house now? He moved in in the episode When Bad Conversations Happen to Good People, which was two episodes prior.

  • QUOTES (9)

    • Kevin: (to Annie) We're not moving. Lucy asked if you could come up to the apartment. She said she wanted to talk to you.

    • Kevin: Just apologize to your mother.
      Lucy: No.
      Kevin: Why not?
      Lucy: Because I just don't like being wrong, OK?
      Kevin: Tough.

    • Kevin to Lucy and Ruthie: "We're out of milk."

    • Lucy (to Annie): Kevin and I...are moving out. Consider this our thirty day notice.

    • Kevin to Lucy: You can't avoid your mom forever."

    • Lucy to Annie:"Hey, I went to some parties where you didn't know the parents and i turned out just fine."

    • Lucy to Ruthie:"Would you stop worrying? You're going to that party tonight."

    • Eric to Annie: "This is gonna work just fine."

      Annie to Eric: "Are you asking me or telling me?"

      Eric to Annie: "I'm...not sure."

      Kevin to Lucy (after she kisses him): "That may work with me, but not with the bank."

      Lucy to Annie: "Are you sure about that?"

      Edie to Chandler: "So this is where you talk to the Lord, huh? Good for you...Give me my money."

      Chandler to Edie: "I just talked to you."

      Edie to Chandler: "Yeah, it's called a Chandler."

      (Tearful) Lucy to Kevin: "Why did I marry you again?"

      Kevin to Lucy: "Because I love you and sometimes that means one of us has to tell the other when we stepped over the line and done something wrong."

      Ruthie to Annie: "I don't think you're sorry."

      Annie to Ruthie: "I'm not the enemy, ok? I'm just the mom."

      Edie to Chandler: "$500. What? Am I going to live to 195?"

      Chandler to Annie: "They're riding their bikes, no training wheels."

      Annie to Chandler: "Isn't it great. It's hard to think that some day they may be taking care of me...It's not easy being a parent, huh? What I've learned from my dad is to take it one day at a time. If you ever wanna to talk, I'm here. I know what you're going through---a child one day, parent the next. Helps having someone to talk to."

    • Lucy to Annie: "I was just leaving... for good."

  • NOTES (11)


    • Chandler: "Yes, I know Napolean was a tyrant."
      Chandler is talking to his mother on the phone as she tries to compare her son Chandler to a "tyrant" like Napoleon when he won't give her the money that's in his father's will. Napoleaon was a small Europeon ruler who ruled parts of Asia back in the ages, but was eventually banished due to his demanding ways.