7th Heaven

Season 11 Episode 15

Tit for Tat

1
Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Feb 11, 2007 on The CW
8.2
out of 10
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56 votes
5

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Sandy starts falling for a handsome doctor, and Martin may not be able to handle it. Elsewhere, T-Bone and Ruthie want to do something romantic for Valentine's Day, and they profess their love for each other in an unusual way. The Colonel and Ruth drop by unexpectedly, prompting Lucy and Kevin to leave town, and Eric fears that his parents know about his health problems.moreless

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  • The Colonel and Ruth come into town and Lucy hides from them. Ruthie and T-Bone get tattoos. Sandy has met someone new. And Jane gets her divorce papers.

    10
    OH MY GOD!!! That pretty much somes up the whole episode. I couldn't believe it when Ruthie got T-Bone's name tramp stamped on her back. And all T-Bone got done was some little speck of skin on his ankle. What could that even say..her initials.



    I don't know wow Ruthie wanted a tattoo to begin with. I don't have a tattoo, but isn't like rule one never to get someone elses name tattooed on you?



    I'm glad Sandy is moving on. That doctor is HOT. Martin just needs to get over it already. I'm glad he is finally stepping up a bit, but for the longest time he didn't want anything to do with Sandy or the baby. Sandy has learned to be on her own and Martin has to get over the fact that she doesn't want to be with him anymore. And Jane... OMG.. I can't believe that she is practically a Camden and she doesn't even know it. WOW!!!



    I can't wait to see the look on her face when she finds out that she married Eric's brother.moreless
  • This was an awesome episode!

    10
    This was a great episode.



    Ruthie and T-Bone get tattoos. The Colonel and Ruth come to visit. Sandy met a new guy and Martin is jealous. Mac, Margaret, and Jane move into an apartment. Jane is George's wife. The Colonel and Ruth find out about Eric's health. This was well written.



    I loved the surprise of Jane being married to Eric's brother, George. I just wished they showed Simon, but oh well. Savannah was as cute as ever! It was good to see the Colonel and Ruth and I can't believe Lucy, Annie, and Eric are afraid of them. I believe that Sandy and Martin should be together, but I did like that doctor a little. Overall, I loved this episode and it deserves a 10!moreless
  • I'm a tattoo artist and i don't like the missinformation.

    4.8
    I am a tattoo artist and after watching this episode, it is clear to me that the writers on the show did not do their homework on tattoos. I always try to talk people out of getting names tattooed so i do agree with the shows view on that aspect, but i was very offended to hear that they refer to people who get tattoos as "idiots". I understand that it is a sin to damage gods temple, but thats how i keep food in my daughters mouth. I don't feel that I am an idiot. The episode made it seem that getting tattooed makes you sick, when in reality, the pain stops after the tattoo is done. The next day it feels like a sunburn. Ruthie and T-bone also left the bandages on too long. I only advise two hours of bandage time and the tattoo should never be re-bandaged. I know that people have mixed feelings on tattoos in the christian comunnity but I feel like the show was giving tattoos a bad rap using false information. Its ok to not agree with tattoos, but its not ok to give false information on a nationally televised show to "badmouth" them.moreless
  • Eh.

    6.6
    - Was nice seeing The Colonel and Ruth again.

    - Was nerve wracking watching Eric still acting like a 5yrold and intimidated by his daddy. I can't believe he didn't tell his own parents about his heart condition.

    - Was nerve wracking watching Lucy freak out and run away.

    - Was nerve wracking hearing Lucy and Eric use Simon as an excuse to run away and get away from The Colonel and Ruth. 11 seasons and they still haven't grown up. Eric should be thankful his parents are still alive after watching his wife lose both of hers.

    - The Ruthie thing was unbelievable and ridiculous. "T-Bone" across her lowerback when all they are to eachother is makeout buddies. I doubt T-Bone has even seen her lower back before. I think it has to be a joke and next week she'll admit it's fake. She's not even 18, hard to believe she'd get away with that in Glen Oak where everyone knows her and her parents.

    - Nice seeing Martin and Sandy again, but hate the filler, pointless crap. They should just put them together so they can have a decent storyline. Then again they can't because Martin is written as too immature for Sandy.

    - Hated hearing Simon's name so many times. I wish they would just stay focused on the characters that are actually on screen.

    - Don't need to see the replacements and Mac is even more pointless even though he's the only one I like.

    - Interesting twist that Jane is married to George, didn't see that coming. Should've known it was something like that when they didn't show his face. I just don't get how nobody else recognized George when they made Jane contact him. Kevin has been married to Lucy for so many years and has never even met George offscreen or saw a pic? LOL. Lame.moreless
  • Are you kidding me?

    2.5
    I once thought that this show had "jumped the shark" when Lucy hit high school and she went from the most interesting Camden kid to one that just cared about getting a guy. They are doing it even worse with Ruthie.



    A tattoo?! With "T-Bone's name across her lower back?". Only a really stupid or really low self esteemed girl would put a guy who they have been dating for 2 months name on them. If they were going to get matching tatoos, could they have gotten something like a flower/animal/symbol. They actually would have been more sense.



    It is also evident that they are making Simon a "ghost" character like they have done to Mary which is hideous.



    The Colonel and Ruth stop to visit which was nice but I don't why Lucy was so scared to be there because she has told them about Eric's condition. Oh, well.moreless
Nick Zano

Nick Zano

Dr. Johnathan Sanders

Guest Star

Kyle Searles

Kyle Searles

Mac

Recurring Role

Colton James

Colton James

T-Bone

Recurring Role

Barbara Rush

Barbara Rush

Grandma Ruth Camden

Recurring Role

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    • Mac: (entering their new apartment with Jane and Margaret) We're home!
      Jane: We're idiots. Why did we do this?
      Margaret: I don't know.
      Mac: Because we're adults. We're all grown up and we need our own space. I mean, it feels good to be independent, doesn't it? You can come and go anytime you want and do whatever you want.
      Jane: But, NOT what YOU want.

    • Margaret: (giving Ruthie advice about getting a tattoo) You don't want to do that. Once you have it, you have it for life! You might change your mind about whatever you CARVE into yourself, and-- EH! You're stuck! Don't do it!

    • Jane: (to Margaret who's trying to talk Ruthie out of getting a tattoo) What? It's no big deal.
      Margaret: Well, it is if your parents don't smoke pot!

    • Ruthie: So, you would have had sex with me but you can't even get a tattoo with my name on it?
      T-Bone: Is that so unreasonable?

    • David: (about the Colonel and Grandma Ruth) How come you don't want them knowing that you're having heart problems?
      Eric: Ah, I just, ah, you know, they're my mom and dad, and they're older.
      David: And, if you die, you want it to be a surprise?
      Eric: Yes, that's exactly right.
      Sam: It's pretty hard to surprise Grampa.
      David: But, that might do it.

    • Eric: (finding out that T-Bone isn't feeling well, along with Ruthie) Guess that's the downside of making-out so much: shared germs.
      T-Bone: Yes, INDEED. Learned MY lesson.

    • Grandma Ruth: (about Eric's heart condition) What do you think?
      The Colonel: I think I've been in enough combat situations to recognize the stench of death approaching--I don't smell a thing! Not a thing, Ruth.

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