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Breaking Up Is Hard to Do 

After receiving a letter he read to nobody from Heather, Matt borrows what he can from siblings (essentially the bank of Simon) to travel all the way to Philadelphia, but it's barely enough... See full summary »

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After receiving a letter he read to nobody from Heather, Matt borrows what he can from siblings (essentially the bank of Simon) to travel all the way to Philadelphia, but it's barely enough far a flight to Indianapolis and bus to Pittsburgh. Simon succumbs to peer pressure when every other classmate has a 'steady girl', only to seek a way out once he experiences Janice's bossing. He asks dumping advice from Mary, who manages to break up with Wilson over him 'pleasing her dad too much'. Grumpily single since Jimmy Moon dumped her, Lucy is eager to make mates with reputed heart-breaker Charlie Banks, who actually behaves like a gentleman. Kindergarten teacher madness peaks again with a note to the parents about (a) kissing (game) as potential sexual harassment. Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Family | Romance

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20 October 1997 (USA)  »

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7th Heaven
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Composed by Dan Foliart
Performed by Steve Plunkett
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