7th Heaven: Season 4, Episode 3

Yak Sada (4 Oct. 1999)

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Annie and Lucy get involved in an organized protest about the treatment of women in Afghanistan. A young couple talks to Eric about sexual equality in their own marriage. Ruthie wants to play on the school's football team.

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Annie and Lucy get involved in an organized protest about the treatment of women in Afghanistan. A young couple talks to Eric about sexual equality in their own marriage. Ruthie wants to play on the school's football team.

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Because this storyline dealt with the then-topical mistreatment and oppression of women by the Taliban in Afghanistan, although it was written by one of the producers, "Elizabeth Orange" was a pseudonym, used in fear of reprisals by terrorists over the blatant political, anti-Taliban content of the episode. See more »

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