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Dr. Sarah Camden (née Glass) is the only child of Richard Glass and Rosina Glass, and the wife of Matt Camden. She first appears in the season six episode "I Really Do" as one of Matt's co-workers at a free clinic where both Matt and Dr. Hank Hastings work. In that episode Matt is determined to find the woman he's going to marry as soon as possible. He has a date with some girl he doesn't know, but since he is called in to go to work instead at the last minute, he ends up talking to Sarah Glass all night.

Matt and Sarah, who are married to each other, go to medical school at Columbia University in New York City. They sometimes come back to Glen Oak together and sometimes separately. Their marriage has some problems, and things don't get any better when Matt starts running into his ex-girlfriend Heather again. Sarah uses her maiden name at the hospital where they both work, and neither of them tells their colleagues that they are married. In the season finale of season 10 it is revealed that they have twin sons.

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Matt had a blind date, but he is called in to go to work instead at the last minute, and ends up running into Sarah, who he talks to all night. Sarah asks Matt out for coffee and they grow quite close. Sarah is an only child with a Rabbi for a father - thus her Jewish faith is very important to her. Later that night, they go out for dinner after introducing the other to their parents. When Matt was introduced to Sarah's parents, none of them supported their relationship. Sarah's father had a problem with Matt because he wasn't Jewish. Rosina, Sarah mother, was more relaxed than her father but even she to was clearly still uncomfortable with it. Sarah reveals that she is independently wealthy, unlike Matt, along with many other "intimate" details. Sarah stays out all night with Matt, and they secretly elope but when they try to tell Sarah's and Matt's parents they end up only admitting they "got engaged". Ruthie is the only person other than Matt and Sarah to find out about the marriage and manages to keep it a secret for four seasons.[1] The Camden's have dinner at the Glass house, in an attempt by Matt and Sarah to bring the families closer, but that doesn't end so well. After both fathers do all they can to stop the wedding, Matt and Sarah marry for the second time, but the first time in front of their families.

Sarah and Matt both move to New York to attend medical school at Columbia University. They make occasional visits back to their hometown of Glenoak, sometimes together and sometimes separately. Sarah manages to visit Eric when he was having open-heart surgery, even though Matt wanted to come too but also wanted to honor Eric's wishes.[2] Sarah and Matt's marriage has had some difficult times, such as when Sarah left Matt while they were in medical school due to the exhaustion and depression that came with it. Eventually they got back together as revealed in Little White Lies Part 1. In the same episode, though, Matt runs into Heather when traveling to Glenoak which further complicates things. They go on a date just as "friends" and Matt spends all night with her. At first Matt planned to ask Sarah for a divorce but quickly changes his mind because he loves his wife more than he loves Heather. It is revealed in the 10th season finale that Sarah is pregnant with twin boys. She (and Matt) graduate medical school a little before the day the finale took place on as well.

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Sarah appears in a total of 16 episodes in 7th Heaven.

Episodes featuring Sarah Glass


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