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Reverend Eric Camden
How could Simon have pictures of every event that has happened in 7th Heaven history- most events (there has never even been a camera in 7th Heaven) were not photographed. And a few clips were of events that Simon would never have even known about---such as details about Mary's life in New York, etc.
NITPICK: They never mentioned Lucy's friend that died in the car accident, I know that it was based on a true story, but it was a part of 7th Heaven History.
Nitpick: Why didn't they put too much information in about Eric's Dad, and Ruth, or Charles and Ginger, or Aunt Julie and family or even George? Aren't they part of the family too?
NITPICK: Why didn't Simon mention Shana as one of Matt's girlfriends? Shana was once part of the *opening credits* and their relationship was long.
NITPICK: Other things Simon didn't mention: Eric's surgery, Eric's heart attack, Eric leaving the church, winning a car, John Hamilton and Matt moving in together, him asking Cecilia to have sex... these were all very memorable events.
Simon: (about Lucy) She went out with all three of the Palmer brothers.
Simon: (about Ruthie) She's going to be the hardest to leave and the hardest to hang onto, because she's Ruthie, and she's 13, and she's got a boyfriend. And while she understands that I want to leave the rest of the family, she doesn't understand how I can leave her, but I don't think she'll hold it against me. She won't have time to hold it against me. She's emerging from childhood to adulthood full speed ahead, with thoughtful intelligence, a great sense of humor, and high self esteem. I'd like to think I had something to do with how great she's turned out so far, and I hope to remain a positive influence in her life, but here's the thing: I know she feels my pain. We're that close. As hard as it is, I really do think it's best to put a little distance between us right now, because I would never forgive myself if I put any rain on Ruthie's parade. And truthfully, I know she will be just fine without me.
Tyler Hoechlin (Martin Brewer) does not appear in this episode.
The song "Last Bongo In Belguim" by Incrdible Bongo Band is heard during this episode.
The WB renamed this episode when they got the tape of the episode for promotional reasons. The original title was The Kid is Out of the Picture.
One of the photo's displayed in this episode features a photo of Aaron Spelling signed by him. Aaron Spelling is an executive producer of the show.
The episode ends with the quote "Every journey begins with the first step" as lead-out to Simon's (David Gallagher) departure from the series.
The original episode title The Kid Is Out of the Picture parallels the title of the 2002 Robert Evans movie The Kid Stays in the Picture.
George Stults (Kevin Kinkirk) does not appear in the opening credits although he is featured in a few still photos.
Scotty Leavenworth (Peter Petrowski) does not appear in the opening credits of this episode, although he does appear in a few still photos.
The opening credits in this episode feature only the original cast (plus Sam and David) being the immediate family. They are all shown in still-pictures from all various seasons.
David Gallagher is the only cast member that appears in this episode. Simon narrates this episode in a monologue form.
Jeremy London (Chandler Hampton) does not appear in this episode.
Rachel Blanchard (Roxanne Richardson) does not appear in this episode.
Ashlee Simpson (Cecilia) does not appear in the opening credits of this episode, although she does appear in a few still photos.
Jessica Biel (Mary Camden) appears in this episode in flashback scenes.
Barry Watson (Matt Camden) appears in this episode in flashback scenes.
This episode is the directorial debut of Deborah Raffin (who plays recurring star Aunt Julie on the show).
This is the last episode that David Gallagher (Simon Camden) appears in as a regular cast member until season 10.
Joseph Joubert: "When my friends lack an eye, I look at them in profile."
In this episode each segment opened with a quote from a famous philosopher. This one was from Joseph Joubert being quoted from text.
Albert Einstein: "Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former."
In this episode each segment opened with a quote from a famous philosopher. This one was from Albert Einstein being quoted from text.
The Bible: "The Lord is good. His love endures forever, his faithfulness continues thorugh all generations."
In this episode each segment opened with a quote from a famous philosopher. This one was from The Bible, Psalms 10.5, being quoted from text.
William Shakespeare: "The course of true love never did run smooth."
In this episode each segment opened with a quote from a famous philosopher. This one was from William Shakespeare being quoted from text.
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