Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
s. 7th Heaven
|In one episode, we see Lucy's friend from school, Lori, at the grocery store being yelled at by her mother in a seemingly abusive way. Eric attempts to remedy the situation, as usual. What does he later discover?||'7th Heaven': Seasons 1-3
Lori's grandmother abuses Lori's mother. Annie and Lucy are shopping at the grocery store when they run into Lucy's friend Lori from school, with her mother, Carol, who calls her stupid. Annie relays this to Eric, who is concerned that Lori's mother may be abusing her. Eric discovers Lori's grandmother, who is living with them, verbally abuses Lori's mother. The Camdens agree to let Lori stay with them for a while, instead of at home with her mother and grandmother. Lori is constantly apologizing for everything, and it is later revealed her mother never told her she loved her. At the end of the episode, thanks to Eric, Lori tells her mother she loves her, and her mother tells her she loves her for the first time.
Jimmy Moon. In the first season, Lucy has a crush on a cute boy from her school named Jimmy Moon, usually referred to by his whole name. It is revealed he likes her too, and they watch a French movie in the Camdens' living room, which is ruined by Eric playing country songs on his guitar. Jimmy and Lucy would date for several more episodes, though they break up at the end of the first season after Lucy changes her hair color.
Lucy would later go on to marry Kevin Kinkirk.
|During Matt's first semester at college, he meets a girl named Becky at the library, who is in his Psychology class. He asks her on a study date, and she turns him down. Why does she turn him down?||'7th Heaven': Seasons 1-3
She already has a boyfriend. Matt asks out Becky, a cute girl from his Psychology class, when he meets her in the library. She says no, and he can't seem to figure out why. He becomes paranoid that there is something wrong with him. Becky agrees to study with Matt at the end of the episode, and it is revealed she was never interested in him, as she already has a boyfriend.
Hoowie. Early in the series, youngest daughter Ruthie is frequently seen playing with her imaginary friend, Hoowie. In one episode, Ruthie decides to say goodbye to Hoowie, and even holds a goodbye party for him. However, Hoowie later "returns" and Ruthie is overjoyed to "see" him. Hoowie is described as being short and chubby.
Deena. Simon and Deena were a cute young couple, really into each other. In one episode, Simon faces a scare from Deena's ex-boyfriend, Johnny, who threatens to shoot Simon. Eric goes to the boy's father's house to attempt to rectify the situation, but both Johnny and his father deny everything, although it is revealed the father owns a gun. In a hearing at school, Johnny's father also denies his son would shoot anyone. Eric, however, is later targeted by Johnny, who stole his father's gun and shoots Eric in the arm. At the end of the episode, the whole ordeal is solved, and Johnny is removed from Simon's school.
He touches her inappropriately. Mr. Koper is first seen as Matt's very strict history teacher, filling in for Mrs. Peabody. It is later revealed he is the school's basketball coach, and Mary is excited to get back into basketball after her accident. Unfortunately, Coach Koper later hits on Mary and touches her inappropriately. He is found guilty of sexual harassment and fired by the school administration.
Stevie. Stevie was a kid who hit on Lucy on the bus in one episode, even though he had a girlfriend. Lucy was not interested in him, but his girlfriend thought she was, and even threatened to fight Lucy.
Mary goes out with Jordan in season 3 before it is revealed he was never interested in Mary, and he actually likes Lucy, two years his junior.
Jeff is Matt's long-time best friend and the first guy Mary is seen dating on the show. Although Matt doesn't like his sister dating his friend, he eventually accepts their relationship, though they later break up. Curiously, Jeff is not seen again after the breakup.
Wilson West is another of Mary's serious boyfriends. She meets him at the park, with a young boy named Billy, who she thought was his little brother, but was later revealed to be his son. They hit it off, and start dating. Wilson gets along great with the Camden family.
Heather. In "Dangerous Liaisons", the two-part season 1 finale, Matt sees a girl at the airport and asks her for change for a dollar, but she doesn't answer him. He later meets the girl, Heather, at her mother's house and discovers she is actually deaf. He boldly asks her out and she agrees, though after some rude guys make fun of her at a party he takes her to, she runs out. Matt later meets Heather again (with a little help from Eric) at a café for deaf people, and they reconcile.
|What is the last name of the recurring African American family who are good friends with the Camdens?||'7th Heaven': Seasons 1-3
Hamilton. Morgan Hamilton is also a minister, and he is a long-time friend of Eric's. Morgan and his wife Patricia also have four children: John (Matt's age and good friends with him), Keesha (Mary or Lucy's age), Nigel (Simon's age), and Lynn (Ruthie's age and close friends with her). In one episode, the Hamiltons stay with the Camdens after Morgan's church is burned down by a hate group.
|When was the last episode of "Seventh Heaven" aired in the United States?||"7th Heaven"
May 13, 2007. The series finale was scheduled by the WB for May 8, 2006; however the show was renewed when the intended final episode received high ratings. The 11th and final seasoned premiered on Monday, September 25, 2006 and ended in the USA on May 13, 2007.
|The January 24, 2005 episode garnered the highest rating the WB network had attained on any show since 2003. What event happened that attracted so many viewers?||"7th Heaven"
Lucy's daughter, Savannah, was born. Lucy's courtship and marriage to a policeman she had met in Buffalo while visiting her grandparents had been the theme of a number of episodes, so when her due date arrived, there was great viewer interest. Mary was the Camden child who had to be "straightened out" by the Buffalo grandparents, not Ruthie.
|Although the topics addressed in the storyline were rarely controversial, a 2004 episode delivered what the producers considered a message of national importance. What was the message?||"7th Heaven"
Vote, no matter who you vote for. The format of the series was such that each episode usually focused on an issue from various points of view, showing how the family members differed and eventually came to some satisfactory resolution. In this episode there was no disagreement, only complications that needed to be overcome and were.
|There was another member of the Camden family who appeared in virtually every episode from the middle of the first season. Who was this character?
Happy, the dog. Simon and Ruthie found Happy and brought him home. The family promptly fell in love with him. One episode focused on his previous owners showing up to reclaim him, but it all worked out "happily". Happy's name was actually Happy which made things a lot easier for the director.
|How many of the other children moved away from home during the 11 years that the series ran? ||"7th Heaven"
2. Matt, who became a doctor and Simon who went away to college. Because of film work and other commitments, Barry Watson was written out of a number of episodes, as was David Gallagher, but the writers worked their absences into the plot and they made regular guest appearances. Ruthie went to Scotland as an exchange student but was never absent from the storyline. Obviously Mackenzie Rosman also had other work but the storyline, placing her in another country, explained why she was never together with the other family members.
|One member of the cast was virtually written out in the 5th season. She has achieved considerable success in films. Who is this beautiful woman?||"7th Heaven"
Jessica Biel (Mary, the oldest daughter). Jessica Biel and the producers began to have disagreements and Jessica's character, Mary, left home, first to live with her grandparents in Buffalo, NY, then to become a flight attendant, and finally to marry and live in New York City. Jessica has had prominent roles in a number of movies since she left the show.
Glen Oak, California. Eric Camden is the minister of the Glen Oak Community Church. It is a protestant church, but its denomination is never disclosed. Many of the church scenes were filmed at the First Christian Church of North Hollywood and in at least one episode the Disciples of Christ logo (a St Andrew's Cross and chalice) was visible on the front of the pulpit, but it was never stated that Glen Oaks was a Disciples of Christ church.
|In the third season Annie was pregnant. How many children were born as a result of this pregnancy?||"7th Heaven"
2. The twins, Sam and David, were born and were played by actual twins, Nikolas and Lorenzo Brino, who continued in the cast until its final episode.
|When the show premiered, how many children were living at home with their parents, Eric and Annie?||"7th Heaven"
5. When the show began the Camden household had 5 children: Matt (Barry Watson),
Mary (Jessica Biel), Lucy (Beverly Mitchell), Simon (David Gallagher) and Ruthie (Mackenzie Rosman).
|"Seventh Heaven" is the story of a protestant minister's family. What is their name?||"7th Heaven"
Camden. Premiering on August 26, 1996, this G rated program chronicled the development of the Camden family as they dealt with the problems encountered by a minister's family in today's society.
Sandy. She is a friend of Lucy's.
Jenny. Her husband was Charles.
Eric. Eric has seven children and a wife named Annie.
Mary. They were mad about the basketball practices.
Vincent. Vincent and Ruthie date.
Simon Camden. The boy was on a bike.
Lucy. Lucy is married to Kevin.
Savannah. She is Lucy and Kevin's daughter.
Ruthie. She has two sisters.
Ruth Camden. She is married to the Colonel John Camden.