|Script Number Two Hundred Thirty-Four|
|Season 11, Episode 13|
|Air date||January 21, 2007|
|Written by||Caroline Kepnes|
|Directed by||Joel J. Feigenbaum|
Can I Just Get Something to Eat
"Script Number Two Hundred Thirty-Four" was the thirteenth episode of the 11th season of 7th Heaven. On its original airing, the episode scored x.xx million viewers.
Plot[edit | edit source]
Anxious to prove to her family and friends that she is no longer a little girl, Ruthie tells her boyfriend, T-Bone, that she is ready to take their relationship to the next level. Martin expresses an interest in dating Jane, which makes Sandy question her feelings for him. Eric and Lucy tell everyone they have official church business out of town when in reality they are spending the day fishing.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- This was the second episode written by Carolyn Kepnes, an avid fan of the show whom series creator Brenda Hampton also selected to write the season premiere.
- When this episode first aired, three segments of "CW Connect" aired during the commercials offering an inside look at Beverley Mitchell's new music career. Her self-titled debut album was featured in the episode Broken Hearts and Promises and was released 2 days after this episode aired.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Although they have appeared in most of the episodes this season, this is the first one in which Tyler Hoechlin and Haylie Duff have scenes with most of the main cast members, excluding Beverley Mitchell.
Opening Credits[edit | edit source]
Featured in the opening credits are:
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