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7th Heaven: Chances (1)

Mary returns home back to Glenoak for the summer to spend some time with her family, but fears about being together again with Robbie, who's a bit on edge. Meanwhile, Eric and Annie are recipients of what may or may not be advances from unmarried acquaintances (Serena & James). Simon also has his problems with his ex-girlfriend Deena when they both see that the still have feelings for each other, even though she has another boyfriend and has to choose. Also, Matt agonizes over telling his family about his new relationship with Cheryl, but soon decides to tell them all. John and Priscilla are also having trouble again with an unfortunate obstacle with her parents, but they decide to come to their senses and allow the two kids to have their wedding with their help. Lastly, Lucy surprises herself and others when making a proposal to Jeremy and the possibility of going to college in New York with Jeremy. Although plans change when Mary allegedly tells Robbie and soon the rest of the family that she had "adult relations" with Jeremy back in New York.
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Episode Info

Episode number: 5x21
Production Number: 6200605109
Airdate: Monday May 14th, 2001

Director: Burt Brinckerhoff
Writer: Sue Tenney


Guest Stars
Alan FudgeAlan Fudge
As Lou Dalton
Andrea C. PearsonAndrea C. Pearson
As Priscilla Carter
Andrew KeeganAndrew Keegan
As Wilson West
Barret SwatekBarret Swatek
As Cheryl
Beau BillingsleaBeau Billingslea
As Gene Carter
David LagoDavid Lago
As Jeremy
James RemarJames Remar
As James
Jane A. RogersJane A. Rogers
As Serena
Jeremy LelliottJeremy Lelliott
As Mike Pierce
Jessica BielJessica Biel
As Mary Camden
Nicole Cherie SalettaNicole Cherie Saletta
As Deena Stewart
Rolonda  WattsRolonda Watts
As Sylvia Carter
Sarah RayneSarah Rayne
As Sarah Magnee
John GowansJohn Gowans
As Sarah's grandfather
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