7th Heaven (1996–2007)
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After a love night, Matt has got married with rabbi Glass's daughter Sarah. Robbie is mildly amused at the fuzz of all other Camdens speculating and worrying whether Matt 'was dumber than ... See full summary »

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Rev. Eric Camden
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Annie Camden
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Simon Camden
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Mary Camden
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Lucy Camden
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Ruthie Camden
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Robbie Palmer
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David Camden
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Sam Camden
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Rabbi Richard Glass
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Sarah Glass Camden
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Mrs. Carmen Mackoul
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After a love night, Matt has got married with rabbi Glass's daughter Sarah. Robbie is mildly amused at the fuzz of all other Camdens speculating and worrying whether Matt 'was dumber than Mary with Wilson'. Only Ruthie finds out, answering when Matt calls, but is sworn to secrecy. Meanwhile Matt and Sarah go tell her parents first, but she shies away from telling the truth and pretends they just got engaged, a lie they now have to extend to the Camden home, where the 'news' only adds to the mounting stress. Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Family | Romance

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4 March 2002 (USA)  »

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Rosina Glass: [to Matt] How can you see my daughters's beautiful smile with your hair in your face like that?
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7th Heaven Closing Theme
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Composed by Dan Foliart
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