7th Heaven

Season 5 Episode 14

V- Day

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Feb 12, 2001 on The CW
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Mary's feelings for Robbie resurface when she inadvertently finds out he has a secret date for Valentine's Day, and the whole family schemes to uncover the mystery woman. Meanwhile, with the exception of Lucy who has a date with Jeremy, the other Camden kids feel deflated when their Valentine's plans fall through and they end up stuck at home celebrating Sam and David's second birthday. Lucy and Jeremy's first date does not go as expected as they both keep on running into Lucy's ex-boyfriends. Although all's well that ends well by the end of the episode for everyone.moreless

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  • It's Valentine's Day again!

    Robbie has a date for Valentine's. Matt needs a date. Lucy and Jeremy go on their first date. Mary finds out that Robbie has a date. Simon sees Deena again. Ruthie rides a horse with Burt. It's Sam and David's birthday again. John learns a secret about Priscilla. I love how the entire Camden clan was trying to figure out who Robbie's date was. Jeremy is so nice on his date, especially since three of Lucy's ex-boyfriends show up, Jimmy, Rod, and Jordan. Jeremy takes Lucy to a theatre where she sings for him. Robbie's date, Cheryl, breaks up with him again because Robbie still has feelings for Mary. John learns that Priscilla has been married before, but he doesn't care. I think that is sweet. Eric shows Annie a video of Grandma Jenny singing to Matt, Mary, Lucy, and Simon. It was good seeing Jimmy, Rod, Jordan, and Grandma Jenny in this episode. I give it a 10!moreless
  • kind of weird, but alright!

    robbie's got a secret date, and because everyone in the dang Camden family is so flippin nosy, he has to hide in the garage.

    nice, camden family. harass the kid, that's great.

    while it's still hard for me to believe that parents would take in their misguided daughter's ex-boyfriend, even a minister's family, since there's a line that families just don't cross, and this situation would be one of them, i get around it.

    but it was nice to see that robbie has become a better person because of mary, and that he knows he loves her and not cheryl. i was happy to see that. and lucy is a pretty good singer; it was just funny to see all her ex-boyfriends in one night. if i was her date that night, i would've been like "crap! how many guys has this girl gone out with?" haha.

    anyway, this episode was okay. it wasn't fantastic, but it was good.moreless
  • Lucy and Jeremy goes out on their date. They going to have dinner and took a walk outside,Where lucy keep meeting her ex-boyfriends, like rob, jimmy, and jordan. After, they finish dinner, Jeremy took her to theater, where she sings.moreless

    I like the part, where Lucy and Jeremy go on a date, and meeting Lucy's ex-boyfriends. That was funny. Also, l like the part, where lucy finally song out loud cuz she have a great voice. I wish there was reruns shows cuz i would want to see it again.
Scott Terra

Scott Terra

Bert Miller

Guest Star

Chris Emerson

Chris Emerson


Guest Star

Max Middleton

Max Middleton


Guest Star

Alice Hirson

Alice Hirson

Deceased Jenny Jackson

Recurring Role

Matthew Linville

Matthew Linville

Jimmy Moon

Recurring Role

Wade Carpenter

Wade Carpenter

Jordan Johansen

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Right before running into Jordan while Lucy and Jeremy are on their date, Lucy explains to Jeremy how Jordan first dated her sister Mary, then her, then Mary again and then she broke up with him. That is incorrect because Lucy and Jordan had broken up before he and Mary started dating again.

    • In the beginning of the episode when the Camden kids are standing in the upstairs hallway, you can see a boom microphone on top of the screen recording their dialog. (I guess the boom was too lowered or the camara was raised too high)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Robbie: I'm comfortable with you. I can be who I am with you.
      Cheryl: And what about Mary? You're not comfortable with Mary because you have to be a better person to be with Mary?
      (Robbie lets out a deep sigh)
      Cheryl: Be a better person, Robbie. Be the person you want to be. Be the person I know you can be. I love you for who you are, but I can see that you're changing. And if Mary Camden keeps you changing for the better then love her, not me. Because I want someone who feels about me the way you feel about Mary. So I understand, I really do. I don't want comfortable, I want thrilled. I deserve thrilled. And I'm going to get thrilled, just not this Valentine's Day.
      Robbie: Thanks for dumping me again.
      Cheryl: Anytime. Happy Valentine's Day, Robbie.

    • Matt: So who did you go with out with?
      Robbie: Who do you think I went out with?
      Matt: Cheryl? Really that's who it was?
      Robbie: It's not going to work for us. But I thought I should give it a try.
      Matt: Well, why didn't it work out?
      Robbie: Because I'm hopelessly in love with your sister.

    • Robbie: I went out with Cheryl tonight because I was upset that you might be interested in someone else. I don't love Cheryl. I love you. I'm going to commit my life to being a man worthy of being loved by you. Happy Valentine's Day.

    • Annie: I wonder who Robbie could be going out with.
      Ruthie: Whoever it is, it's not Mary.
      Eric: But this is a good thing, right?
      Simon: I think it was a good thing until we started liking him, now I'm not so sure.
      Lucy: So what are we going to do?
      Eric: There's nothing I think we can do.
      Annie: There's plenty we can do. We're Camdens.

  • NOTES (5)

    • Credited in the past as Nicole Cherie, the actress playing Deena Stewart is credited in this episode by her last name, Nicole Saletta.

    • Beverly Mitchell sings When I Fall In Love, originally done by Doris Day, in this episode.

    • Guest star Nicole Cherie, Deanna, is the real life sister of Sam Saletta, George Camden, who also guest stars on the show at times.

    • In Germany this episode is known as, "Valentine's Day," translated.

    • Matthew Linville, Wade Carpenter and Toran Caudell made special guest appearances in this episode as Lucy's ex-boyfriends who haven't appeared on the show for a couple of years (with the exception of the episode, "One Hundred").