7th Heaven

Season 6 Episode 3

Sympathy

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Oct 08, 2001 on The CW
8.9
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Simon considers dating a 16-year-old pregnant girl named Sally who he meets on the bus. Although, there is more to Sally's past than what she is letting on. Meanwhile, Annie decides to accept Robbie's offer in renting the room over the Camdens' garage that both Lucy and Matt were hoping to get. Also, a carpenter pretends to fake an injury while working on the Camdens' garage and tries to sue them. Lastly, Mary gets more serious with being a firefighter, mother and wife to Wilson and Billy.moreless

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  • XD

    10
    This is one of the most hillarious episodes of 7th heaven i've ever seen. This time, Annie directed her anger at the right person, Ray, who faked an injury to cheat his way into getting something for nothing. I laughed like crazy when she told Ray's attourney that she was Ray's mother and she confronts him about his fake injury. Anyone could tell after he fell that he was faking it. He grabbed his arm first. I couldn't help but think that Annie was hillarious when she was going through menopause, even though she was a pain in the rearmoreless
  • It's Camden chaos all over again!

    10
    Everyone feels sympathy for others. Eric feels sorry for himself. Simon feels sorry for a pregnant sixteen year old, so he goes out with her. Robbie feels sorry for Matt and Lucy and Ruthie feel sorry for him. Mary has sympathy for Billy and tries to be like a mother to him. Lucy feels sorry for an unemployed man, who fakes an injury at their house and tries to sue them. Annie isn't in a good attitude. I loved themed episodes! This one was a good one! Annie was so funny on how she acted with Eric. If I was Eric, I would be totally stuck on what to do or say. I hated that Ray guy who tried to sue them for supposedly falling off of a ladder and fracturing his leg. Simon meets a girl on the bus who asks him out. When she gets off, he sees that she's pregnant. Feeling sorry for her, he decides to go out with her. Unfortunately, this is her third kid and Simon gets a bit upset. Billy is sick, so Mary mothers him and Wilson sees that she wants to be with Billy more than usual. He says not to feel sorry for them. Sympathy was a great episode so I'll give it a 10!moreless
Marisa Theodore

Marisa Theodore

Sally

Guest Star

Tom Simmons

Tom Simmons

Ray Rickey

Guest Star

Julius Tennon

Julius Tennon

Security Guard

Guest Star

Mike Weinberg

Mike Weinberg

Billy West Jr.

Recurring Role

Andrew Keegan

Andrew Keegan

Wilson West

Recurring Role

Dwight P. Ketchum

Dwight P. Ketchum

Morris

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • In the scene where Eric and Annie are talking in the kitchen after coming home from the hospital, the amount of pizza that has been eaten by Eric changes numerous times.

    • Towards the end, when Ruthie, Lucy and Robbie are talking, you can see a cast on Mackenzie's hand.

  • QUOTES (10)

    • Eric: I think you're more you than you have been for a long time.
      Annie: What?
      Eric: So, I--I just find it funny that I'm having so much trouble adjusting because we're both just adjusting to you being you.
      Annie: What?
      Eric: The first year that I knew you, you were just like this. You in no uncertain terms told people of what you thought and that was one of the things that attracted me to you, that and the fact that there was never any predicting when you were going to tell someone what you thought. I remember you let my dad tell you like twenty seven times how to put a diaper on Matt before you told off the The Colonel like, like I'd wanted to tell off The Colonel my entire life.
      Annie: What are you saying, I've always been a nut?
      Eric: Pretty much. But you've mellowed over the years. And now you're back without warning and it's a beautiful thing. I love you. I've always loved you. And I'm always gonna love you, till death do us part. Even if it kills me.
      Annie: You know, you think you are so smart. I liked you better when you were feeling sorry for yourself.

    • Lucy: We're going out for ice cream.
      Annie: Oh, take a picture. I'd like to see her myself.

    • Annie: (to Eric) You let my 15-year-old son go out on a date with a pregnant girl?!

    • Eric: (on the phone) Lou, this is Eric. I think we may have a little problem regarding the church rectory. Yes, otherwise referred to as my house.

    • Annie: The point is that you---you...you don't understand what I'm going through. And I wasn't supposed to go through it for a long, long time.
      Eric: Me too.
      Annie: What?!
      Eric: I'm trying my best. I am--but I just seem totally unprepared to deal with this stage of your life. I don't know what to say. I don't know what to do. I'm lost. I'm completely lost. And you, my dear, are completely....
      Annie:... Nuts!? Is that what you were going to say? Because the problem is not that I'm nuts. You want to know what the problem is? More specifically, do you want to know what your problem is? Your problem is that you feel sorry for yourself and and the person you should be feeling sorry for is me. Yes, I am a nut! I'm the one who let that guy in here. I'm the one who had to deal with him until the ambulance got here. I'm the one who had to go to the hospital and deal with him because you didn't. And then I'm the one who got hauled off by security. So, if you want to feel sorry for someone, feel sorry for me!

    • Eric: (to himself about Annie) Why don't you just take your hormones and go drive someone else crazy besides me?
      Annie: I heard that!

    • Robbie: You're not going out with a pregnant girl.
      Simon: Why not?
      Robbie: Why! Because you feel sorry for her. Dating is difficult enough without dating someone who's got a complicated life. And you're too young for those complications---way too young.

    • Lucy: And how much rent is Robbie willing to pay? Because whatever it is, I'll double it.
      Annie: You don't have a job.
      Lucy: Right. I don't have anything.
      Annie: Oh, Luce, Luce!

    • Billy: Can I call you 'Mommy'?
      Mary: I....
      Billy:...Just for today. We don't have to tell Daddy.
      Mary: I think you better just call me Mary.
      Billy: Ok. But when can we call you Mommy? Because I never had a Mommy...and I want a Mommy.

    • Annie: Robbie has offered to pay $200 a month, but he wants a three year lease so he can stay here until he finishes college.
      Eric: Three years? I mean...is he sure he wants to stay here for three years? Three years is a long time.
      Annie: It's $7,200.
      Eric: It'll go by like that.
      Annie: Matt will probably go away next year to medical school and Lucy, being Lucy, could end up back in New York and Simon's probably gonna go away to college. So why shouldn't we rent the room to Robbie when it's finished?
      Eric: Why not? It's $7,200 and James is busy.
      Annie: Of course, if Mary ever came back...
      Eric: I don't think Mary is coming back.
      Annie: I want her to come back.
      Eric: I want her to come back, too...when she's ready.

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