7th Heaven

Season 6 Episode 5

Relationships

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Oct 22, 2001 on The CW
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As Annie begins teaching, she inadvertently gives a student some bad advice. At the same time, Eric and Annie painfully discover how much their constant arguing is affecting the family. Meanwhile, Lucy and Robbie finally face up to their feelings after she intentionally sabotages one of his dates out of jealousy. Also, Cheryl goes to Eric for some guidance in her relationship with Matt, but she misinterprets the reverend's input in the matter. Also, Simon is attracted to a girl who is dating one of his friends. Lastly, Mary is left to mull over Wilson's marriage proposal and it's even more confusing when she has a romantic encounter with a fellow firefighter trainee who shows an interest in her.moreless

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  • This episode was really good!

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    Mary meets a guy, Ben, at the station. One of Annie's students asks if two people fight a lot, should they break up. Not knowing that she was talking about her parents, Annie says they should. Simon's friend's girlfriend comes on to him. Lucy and Robbie kiss and Eric sees them. Matt and Cheryl break up. Eric and Annie realize how their arguing is affecting their family. Ben and Mary study for the firefighter test together and kiss each other, just as Wilson walks in...



    I liked this episode. Robbie and Lucy look kind of cute together and I loved it when Robbie is talking to Mary on the phone. When she mentioned dating Lucy, he started freaking out and laughing like a crazy person. Morris's girlfriend takes an interest in Simon, who also likes her. He does the right thing and tells Morris and he tells her off. Christy, Annie's student, tells her parents they should get a divorce because they fight. They get mad and Annie almost gets fired. Once Annie explained to Christy's mom that it was a misunderstanding, they both feel better. Ben and Mary are quietly studying, it's getting late and Mary insists he goes. Ben asks for his jacket and as Mary gives it to him, he kisses her. She slaps him and then kisses him back. As they are making out, Wilson walks in to surprise Mary with a pizza since he broke their date because of work. He sees them and you can guess how he felt. Wilson is my favorite of Mary's boyfriends and I hate how that had to happen. Overall, this episode was great! 10 out of 10!moreless
Landry Allbright

Landry Allbright

Christy Parks

Guest Star

Ashley Yegan

Ashley Yegan

Joanne

Guest Star

Cliff Weisman

Cliff Weisman

Mr. Parks

Guest Star

Barret Swatek

Barret Swatek

Cheryl

Recurring Role

Dwight P. Ketchum

Dwight P. Ketchum

Morris

Recurring Role

Andrew Keegan

Andrew Keegan

Wilson West

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Mrs. Parks: Thank you Mrs. Camden. Christy is lucky to have you as a teacher.
      Annie: Considering everything that has happened today that is very sweet of you to say.

    • Annie: Well, I don't know what Christy's parents are fighting about, but whatever it is it can't be more important than their daughter. Don't they see how their fighting is affecting her?
      Eric: You know, there are a lot of parents who believe that as long as they are not yelling at their kids their kids aren't affected by their yelling. They don't seem to understand that a parent's relationship with each other affects their children for the rest of their lives. If we can learn how to have a good relationship from our parents, we can learn how to have a bad relationship from them too.
      Annie: Thanks, but of course, I know all that, which is one of the many reasons they asked me to teach.
      Eric: Hey, I'm just trying to be supportive.
      Ruthie: (to Eric and Annie) You know, you guys fight a lot.
      Annie: Do we fight a lot?
      Eric: Maybe, I don't know.
      Annie: You don't know if we fight a lot?
      Eric: I don't know what answer won't cause a fight. Maybe I need to find a better way to communicate with you.
      Annie: And maybe if I take hormones everything will go back to normal?
      Eric: I didn't say that.
      Annie: But you wanted to.
      Eric: No, I didn't. I want you to do whatever you need to do. And I want us to stop fighting.
      Annie: But we've always had fights, and we're always gonna fight.
      Eric: Well, then maybe we need to find ways to fight that are more productive and friendly.
      Annie: You're right.
      Eric: I honestly was just trying to help.
      Annie: But I don't always need your help. I want to solve my own problems by myself.
      Eric: We're a team. A good team. We've always worked together and our relationship has been the better for it.
      Annie: But lately I feel the need to have things that are just mine...and I'm going to try to be nicer.
      Eric: And I'm going to be more considerate of your feelings.
      Annie: I do love you.
      Eric: I love you, too.
      Annie: I guess we need to show it more, huh?

    • Ms. Mackoul: (to Annie) Did you tell a student that her parents should get divorced? When Christy Parks' mother picked her up at school today, she told her mother that you said her parents should get a divorce. Now her mother is very upset. She just left my office...what exactly did you tell Christy?

    • Eric: (to Cheryl) And Matt was a little lost last year, but ever since he started dating you, he's changed. He's become more focused and he's... he's happy. I'm a little surprised that you don't see that you really have made his life better. And anything that makes his life better makes me and Annie very happy.

    • Lucy: Robbie and I could only be friends. There's just too much history with him and my family and...you.
      Cheryl: If you know how you feel, tell him.

    • Annie: (to the Class) I know we just started reading "Swiss Family Robinson" today but can anyone tell what they think the moral of the story is?
      Christy: I think the author is showing us that even though you may not be shipwrecked with your family that all families have to figure a way to get along.
      Annie: Yes, good. The author, Johann David Wyss, is telling us that all relationships require a lot of work. Patience, tolerance and love. He wrote this book to teach his own sons life lessons.
      Christy: If two people fight all the time, they should break up, right?
      Annie: Well, yes, if two people are fighting all the time then maybe they shouldn't be together, but you're young.
      Christy: That's what I think, too. Thanks Mrs. Camden.

  • NOTES (3)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Annie: Thank you Dr. Freud.

      Annie makes fun of Eric by calling him Dr. Freud who was the founder of psychoanalysis in psychology.

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