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Love Stinks: Part 1 

"Love Stinks: Part 1" is an episode of 7th Heaven starring Stephen Collins, Catherine Hicks, and Barry Watson. Each one of the Camden kids has a relationship problem; Mary decides to skip college and get back together with Robbie; Simon is dumped; Matt is torn.

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... Rev. Eric Camden
... Annie Camden
... Matt Camden
... Simon Camden
... Mary Camden
... Lucy Camden
... Ruthie Camden
... John Hamilton
... Shana Sullivan
... Happy
... Robbie Palmer
... Andrew Nayloss
Nicole Cherié Saletta ... Deena Stewart (as Nicole Cherié)
... Heather Cain
... Donna Cain
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Robbie Palmer is finally back and convinces Mary he's a better man, but gets no credit from Eric and his spiteful ex Cheryl promises to paint a grim picture of him. Simon's Deenah cowardly avoids breaking up honestly. Lucy dates Robbie's step-brother Ronnie, meanly discarding Andrew Nayloss, who won't just take that. Matt must choose between Heather and Shana, who is back from New York for a summer job, but so is her enterprising NYUC date Brett. The parents plan to dissuade Mary from skipping college by charging her board, but her answer is worse then they could fear. Ruthie's perfect classmate Bert Miller generously offers to be her boy-friend, but she just greedily asks for more presents. Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Family | Romance

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TV-G
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15 May 2000 (USA)  »

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Quotes

Mary: Don't break my heart.
Robbie: Don't break my jaw.
Mary: Don't break my heart and I'll have no reason to break your jaw.
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Soundtracks

7th Heaven Closing Theme
(uncredited)
Composed by Dan Foliart
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