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7th Heaven: The Sixth Season

Score: 82%
Rating: Not Rated
Publisher: Paramount
Region: 1
Media: DVD/6
Running Time: 16 Hrs., 6 Mins.
Genre: Family/Drama/TV Series
Audio: English Stereo
Subtitles: English

7th Heaven: The Sixth Season brings about a lot of changes in the Camden family. For starters, Lucy (Beverley Mitchell) breaks up with Jeremy and returns home, forsaking divinity school. Mary (Jessica Biel) toys with the idea of marrying Wilson and becoming a mom to his son, but as she pursues a career in firefighting, she ends up kissing a fellow firefighter, Ben, which causes her relationship with Wilson to end. But all is not lost as she and Ben continue their newly formed relationship when Mary moves back home and Ben pays her a surprise visit. Several times, actually. When Lucy and Mary make a trip back to Buffalo, they meet a handsome young policeman named Kevin who falls for Lucy and turns out to be Ben's brother. Hilarity ensues.

Simon continues his rebellious streak by getting drunk at a party (albeit accidentally), dating a pregnant girl, and leading the Glen Oak Police Department on a very slow speed car chase with Grandpa in the passenger's seat.

After a crappy Valentine's Day spent alone, Matt (Barry Watson) decides to find a wife and meets Sara, a co-worker at the Glen Oak Free Clinic and fellow medical school hopeful. After one date, they decide they are meant for each other and impetuously get married in secret, only to hide it from their families. Why? Because Sara is Jewish and Matt is Protestant. This becomes a huge story arc as the families argue while planning for the wedding. Matt decides to convert to Judaism without first informing his father, causing a lot of hurt. Richard Lewis and Laraine Newman play Sara's parents and Lewis is actually pretty funny. In the end, things wrap up nicely and the wedding proceeds.

Ruthie (Mackenzie Rosman) has her ups and downs as she confronts the teacher who once called her stupid, protects a fellow student and friend who is being persecuted for being a Muslim, and also learns that her penpal and dear friend, a Marine in Iraq, has been killed. This episode, in particular, is very moving as it didn't occur too long after 9/11.

If you've been keeping up with the Camdens, you'll want to see Season Six, but it might be a hard season for newcomers to jump into. I enjoyed the episodes, but still found it rather hard to believe that Matt could fall in love in one night. But its still a sweet series and this season is no different.

-Psibabe, GameVortex Communications
AKA Ashley Perkins

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