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7th Heaven

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Mondays, 7:00 PM EST on WB
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11 Seasons, 245 Episodes
60 Minutes
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The central characters are "Reverend Eric Camden", his wife Annie, and their seven children. "Reverend Camden" is the senior pastor of the Glen Oak Community Church, whose Protestant denomination is typically never disclosed (with the exception of an episode that was narrated by Simon in season 8, and in a season 11 episode in which Annie coments on how Protestants can't have a confession and in season 6 episode 15 when Matt tells Sarah Glass that his father is Protestant). In most episodes, any Christian element remains ostentatiously unstated, and indeed the actual word "Jesus" is rarely mentioned. One can, however, rule out some US fundamentalist denominations considering that Lucy has become a clergywoman, given that some American Protestant denominations do not permit women to occupy a clerical position.

SEASON 01 • EPISODE 15

Seven is Enough

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7th Heaven S1E15
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All three Camden generations dread the annual visit of Eric's parents, "The Colonel" (John Camden) and Grandma Ruth Camden. The tension between father and son is heightened when both Eric and "The Colonel" want to adopt a homeless and orphaned 9-year old

Episode Reviews

by FrozenField

Mar 29, 2015

Laura Dern, as always, gives an amazing performance. She is fun to watch lose her mind and easy to enjoy it while still remaining sympathetic to her character. I simultaneously wanted to stop her from making matters worse for herself while sitting back and watching the aftermath.

Mike White is one of the most underrated writers in Hollywood. The two together made a great team.

by Alejandra Sequera S.

Sep 30, 2019

Sometimes it takes to hit rock bottom to build a better version of you, and it can be a crazy experience just like this show.

by vrtxf

Oct 28, 2018

This show is remarkable at portraying the antagony between real and ideals/expectations. It's extremely annoying to watch this show like a and very different if you picture it being a theatre play. Great premise and acting !