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7th Heaven

Season 11 Episode 9

Thanks and Giving

3
Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 26, 2006 on The CW
8.3
out of 10
User Rating
65 votes
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Episode Summary

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Eric, Annie and Ruthie are on their way home from Scotland, but they are held for questioning at the airport after Ruthie makes an unusual comment. Elsewhere, as a favor to Martin, Mac seeks information about Sandy's feelings for Simon. Lucy does her best to stay strong for the whole family as the truth about her father's health condition comes out.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • This show needs to end now!

    1.2
    This show should have been over in May. Why oh why did they bring it back? It is just about painful to watch. I cant even seem to watch for more than 30 seconds before I am forced to change the channel by the utter force of this shows stupidity. I am sure back about oh...ten seasons ago this program was bareable, but seriously people, even most of the Camden children wont come back to the show for this pitiful season, hopefully the last. I am sure there are some die hard fans that are going to hate this blog, but this is what it is for right? To voice my opinion.moreless
  • More comedy than drama.

    9.0
    Ruthie, Eric, and Annie wait at the airport. They get into trouble when Ruthie talks about the pains of waiting at airports with references to September 11. The security guy takes them in for questioning. Ruthie also tells them of Lucy's problems in the airport years ago. Mac shows up at Sandy's place. He wants to talk to her about Reverend Camden. Jane, Margaret, and T-Bone help out at the Camdens, preparing for Eric, Annie and Ruthie's arrival. Lucy feels very happy and it seems to be bothering people such as Lou and Mrs. Beeker. Eric marries the security officer and his fiancé. T-Bone and Jane get Eric and Annie new beds. Margaret, Sam and David prepare a song for them.



    This was a good episode. I thought it was nonsense about Ruthie's sarcasm about being a terrorist and people actually believing her. Also, Margaret's song was really long and boring. It was funny how Eric didn't really like it. It was great seeing Lou and Mrs. Beeker again, although they put some continuity errors in that part. This episode gets a 9.0 out of 10!moreless
  • i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show!moreless

    10
    awesome shows!!!!i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show! i loved that show!moreless
  • Ruthie gets in trouble for saying she is a terroist while at the airport and honestly i have no idea what else happened because i got bored and walked away.

    1.9
    Ok,i have been sick of this show for like 3 seasons,but since i had watched it from the beginning i wanted to keep going then when lucy had savannah i wanted to see that then after that i got annoyed and gave up.I was watching tv after and saw previews they mad it looked good so i watched,the previews are fake,i have given up on this show it is soo boring and a waste of a season.put a new show on.The whole family is gone.There is nothing going on,it should have been done like during season 7 after lucy and kevin got married.I might seem harsh but i am annoyed,i am not the only one who feels this i am sure.i know so many people who gave up on it to.I have Gilmore Girls,Reba and One Tree hill and am happy bc those shows have hope.moreless
  • I am so disappointed.

    3.7
    I was excited when I saw that this series was given a new life on the CW. I was hopeful for a Sandy/ Simon pairing. But I hate what they have done with this season. It's like they couldn't get half the cast back, but decided to push thru anyway. The supposed series finale was perfect. Everyone was happy, & there was enough left hanging to make you hope for this series to be given another chance. But then the new characters show up, Almost all the original kids are off doing other things. it just is not the same. And what is up with Ruthie the last 2 seasons. She was the voice of reason for years & now she is a spoiled selfish brat! I will no longer be watching.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Lucy said that Mrs. Beaker's son took one of Happy's puppies, but Dwight (Lucy's boyfriend at the time was Jimmy Moon and Jimmy's best friend was Dwight) took both of them and named them Simon and Ruthie.

  • QUOTES (7)

    • T-Bone: (after Margaret and the twins' lengthy rendition of Woody Guthrie's song, "This Land Is My Land") But-- there's more!
      Eric and Annie: More?
      Sam and David: More!
      Annie: Oh, okay-- but we've had a pretty long day.
      Eric: (under his breath) Not as long as that song...

    • Eric: (addressing the people around him in the airport) Life is so much easier when we can draw strength from the love of our families.
      Ruthie: What did he mean by that??? I didn't do anything!

    • Mrs. Beeker: Why...Reverend Kinkirk, you, are one heck of a woman.
      Lucy: Thankyou, I'm my father's daughter.

    • Lucy: Mrs. Beeker, what is troubling everyone so much about my positive approach to life?
      Mrs. Beeker: Oh, it's not that--it's your positive approach to death!

    • Jane: (about Lucy who just left the room) She's nuts, you realize that, don't you?
      T-Bone: Yeah, but, still--if it weren't for Kevin, I'd... (big, dreamy smile on his face)

    • Ruthie: (at the airport complaining to Annie because she had to undergo a search by security) I'm a hijacker -- yeah, codename: Curly-top. I'm gonna hijack a plane.

    • Eric: (under the covers with Annie in their new Fantasy-matic bed, remote control in hand) What do you say we crank this baby up and go for a ride? (Annie giggles) I'm gonna live 'til I die, baby!

  • NOTES (4)

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Eric: (when Annie tries to talk him into staying overnight at Mary and Carlos' house) Oh, no, no. I don't feel like I'm ready for anymore family right now.
      Annie: Lucy talked to them.
      Eric: Yeah, I know, dear, but, the cat is on the roof.
      Annie: I think the cat is pretty much off the roof at this point.

      Eric and Annie are alluding to the amusing, but comforting joke Eric told Lucy in the previous episode "And, I'll Take the Low Road 2", to help prepare her for the inevitable regarding his heart condition.

    • T-Bone: (to the bedding salesman as he is about to ask him to donate a bed to Reverend Camden) Ask not what we can buy from you-- but, what you can buy from us.

      T-Bones comment is an allusion to John F. Kennedy's 1961 Inaugural Address. President Kennedy closed his speech with the words: "Ask not what your country can do for you -- ask what you can do for your country".

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