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Saturday, May 06, 2006

Retirement of 7th Heaven 

With a crack at Jerry Seinfeld in the following review:

when viewers gather to watch Simon Camden (David Gallagher, who was just a wee young thing when the show began) get married to Rose (Sarah Thompson), they can expect the usual series finale treatment--the tying up of loose ends, the return of former cast members and, of course, flashbacks galore.

In this case, Barry Watson and Jessica Biel (Camden sibs Matt and Mary) will show up for their little brother's nuptials, past conflict and strained relationships be darned. According to the WB's preview synopsis, Matt and Sarah (Sarah Danielle) will "make a surprising announcement." And "the wedding day ends happily, though not in a way anyone could have predicted."

Well, we won't even try to guess what preteen-oriented curveballs 7th Heaven might throw at us May 8, but in keeping with the show's heartwarming message--"a family's love will get you through anything and everything"--the wrap-up show, titled "And Thank You," won't stray much from the formula.

"I think it will be pretty satisfying to people," Stephen Collins, who plays dad Eric Camden, told the Associated Press.

We promise it will be way more satisfying than the Seinfeld finale....

7th Heaven has remained one of the WB's most successful series since its inception. This season it's the network's highest-rated show, averaging nearly 5.2 million viewers per week and proving that good, clean fun can be addictive.

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