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7th Heaven 11 Seasons

Season 3
4.7 out of 5 stars (241) IMDb 5.1/10

From leading television producer Aaron Spelling comes 7th Heaven, a critically acclaimed family drama about a minister, his wife and their seven children.

Starring:
Stephen Collins, Catherine Hicks

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Season 3
1. It Takes Two, Baby

Matt moves in with three women, and Mom and Dad find out that they're having twins!

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: September 21, 1998
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2. Drunk Like Me

Matt blows a gasket when his friend almost dies of alcohol poisoning in a fraternity initiation.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: September 28, 1998
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3. Cutters

Lucy's new best friend is hiding something and Mary stumbles upon her secret.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: October 5, 1998
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4. Legacy

Matt's reading between the lines a little too much when he thinks his attractive English professor is coming on to him.

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: October 12, 1998
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5. ...And A Nice Chianti

Matt stops to help a pregnant girl having car trouble and she thanks him by hijacking his car!

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: October 19, 1998
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6. And The Home Of The Brave

Grandpa and his fiancé are getting married and Annie reluctantly prepares for the reception.

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: November 2, 1998
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7. Johnnie Get Your Gun

Violence invades 7th Heaven as Mary's date tries to rough her up, and Simon is threatened by a schoolmate with a gun.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: November 9, 1998
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8. No Sex, Some Drugs, And A Little Rock N Roll

Mary learns about the danger of "natural" energy boosters when a teammate is felled by the supposedly "safe" pills.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: November 16, 1998
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9. Let's Talk About Sex

It's "Sex in 7th Heaven" as Mary sneaks off to a co-ed sleepover, Lucy wants to take her relationship with Jordan to the next level, and Mom befriends two pregnant unwed teens.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: November 23, 1998
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10. Here Comes Santa Claus

Matt works as the shopping mall Santa, and Eric and Annie exchange gifts from the heart on this 7th Heaven Christmas. Tim Conway guest stars.

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: December 14, 1998
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11. Nobody Knows

Mary can't get the hang of parallel parking, so she uses her feminine wiles to pass her driver's test.

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: January 11, 1999
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12. All That Jazz

A friend of Lucy's seeks refuge in her closet as she tries to deal with the death of his mother.

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: January 18, 1999
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13. The Tribes That Bind

The church ladies throw Annie a baby shower...and end up snooping in her house!

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: January 25, 1999
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14. In Praise Of Women

The Camdens await the arrival of the twins as Annie endures a long, hard labor.

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: February 8, 1999
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15. It Happened One Night

Matt takes a job as a fast food delivery boy to get out of the house and away from the crying babies.

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: February 15, 1999
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16. Paranoia

Lucy's ex-boyfriend Jimmy Moon is in serious trouble, and she desperately tries to help him.

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: February 22, 1999
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17. Sometimes That's Just The Way It Is

Mary and Lucy narrowly escape serious injury when a drunk driver smashes into their car.

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: March 1, 1999
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18. We The People

Matt and Eric find themselves caught up in the sex scandal that rocks Crawford University.

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: March 15, 1999
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19. The Voice

The custodian at Simon's school tells the Reverend that he's been hearing the voice of God.

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: May 3, 1999
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20. All Dogs Go To Heaven

Matt's trying to look out for his younger sister, but Mary is fighting for her right to party.

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: May 10, 1999
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21. There Goes The Bride (Part 1)

In the first of this two-part episode, Heather is back in town and getting married, but Matt finds out an awful secret about her fiancé.

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: May 17, 1999
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22. There Goes The Bride (Part 2)

In the dramatic conclusion of this two-part episode, Heather finds out the ugly truth about her betrothed, while Matt tries to convince Shana that he still loves her.

TV-G CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: May 24, 1999
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With no announcement for 7th Heaven's third season after the February 2005 release of season two (unless you count the temporary, roughly estimated release date that was quickly cancelled due to poor sales from the original two boxed sets), many longtime fans of this historical television series resorted themselves to the thought that no DVD treatment would be given to the several remaining seasons. Now, a year and a half later, we have been pleasantly surprised to find that the next season will be out on DVD in November--just in time for the holidays, too!

The gradual progression and success of 7th Heaven has, in tune with its title, been something of a modern-day miracle. Eternally repetitive plot threads and weak writing have characterized the show's most recent years, but think of how this particular series stacks up against contemporary classics like "The Waltons" and "Little House on the Prairie." The timeless themes of family, Christian values, and survival against life's turmoils were at the heart of those two TV shows, and now they have also transformed 7th Heaven into a unique viewing experience that legions of fans clearly still love to watch. The decision to resurrect the show after the highly publicized and allegedly "final" 10th season is truly a miraculous feat, and while that choice has been quite a controversial one, anyone who grew up watching 7th Heaven can't help but be curious about the seemingly interesting and dramatic ideas that are being planned for Season 11.

7th Heaven has undoubtedly aged over time, but I give this particular Season 3 five stars for its fresh, vibrant, and youthful spirit.
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I love 7TH HEAVEN, which is TV's longest-running family comedy-drama. While season eleven (!) keeps going in prime time on Sunday nights, season three is on DVD and season four is on the way. This was one of the late Aaron Spelling's crown jewels in forty years of producing evening TV dramas, and Brenda Hampton is the creator and still head writer after eleven seasons. And the cast is just impeccable: Stephen Collins and Catherine Hicks as parents Eric and Annie Camden; and, in descending order as their five kids, Barry Watson as college-age Matt, Jessica Biel as basketball lover and independent Mary, Beverley Mitchell as boy-obsessed Lucy, David Gallagher as teenage Simon, and Mackenzie Rosman as precocious little Ruthie (who doesn't seem so little when she and a boyfriend get tattoos in season 11).

Watch season 11 in prime time (Sunday night on the CW network), then put on a season three DVD episode; it is like looking through a very special family album. Were the kids ever that little? Season three, which I am reviewing here, is a wonderful time capsule DVD. I think I like it more than season 11. Season 11 is more sex-obsessed with everyone and not as carefully written as season 3. And, of course, it is a treat and an honor to have all 22 season 3 episodes in one convenient DVD that is uncut and non-commercial on six disks. Conflicts may be resolved too easily, but the show gets into some powerful themes and is superbly acted.

Each disk has four episodes that are about 45 minutes each without commercials. In disk 1 Annie announces that she is pregnant, a frat house initiation is almost fatal, and Lucy's new girl friend is a (wrist) cutter.

In disk 2, Matt gets arrested and his car stolen while helping a girl with phony car trouble.
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FINALLY!!!! Finally the third season of 7th heaven has surfaced. My only complaint is that it's too far away!! 7th Heaven is just down right good, wholesome, family entertainment. Whether you're a seasoned veteran of the show or just got started watching in the last few years this show is enjoyable through every minute of watching. I can't wait to own my copy!!!!
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It seems starting about here in the seasons that this series went from a serious side with some comedy to that of trying to become a comedy with a somewhat serious side. Get a little tired of the romance issues of the children. Otherwise, still has that serious notes that one must address in our own lives. I have continued to watch the series and does improve later.
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Love the series, even if it does go over like a REALLY long ABC Afterschool Special sometimes. But what they did to the Ruthie character this season drove me crazy. If my 7/8 year old talked to me like that, or behaved like that, there would be consequences. The Camden's don't have any trouble grounding or disciplining their older kids but they let her get away with murder.
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This is a great show about a big family where the mother has CHOSEN to stay at home.
Not because she isn't competent at other things, or confident that she can succeed, but because she actually understands the value of being home when her kids need her! While her kids don't always understand this... I think it's beautiful.
I think it's great that she and her husband are a team and neither downgrades the other to get permission to be.

So many other "family shows" downgrade the husband in so many ways and reduce him to the position of begging for sex and being otherwise pointless in the house.

This show finds the balance. Just because the father isn't as good at cooking or plumbing doesn't make him useless or laughable.
I love that this is a show that illustrates how two people can truly live as equals and raise a family. Together.
I also adore the fact that this show doesn't pigeonhole the genders into "mechanically inclined males" and " girly girls".

In fact, I think the only major misstep of this show was the one caused by the contract struggles with Jessica Biel, which forced the show producers to make up a reason why this Christian family would give up on their oldest daughter. A reason that doesn't quite ring true after you've seen them jump to the rescue of strangers with worse issues.

Other than that I LOVE this show!
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