7th Heaven (1996–2007): Season 9, Episode 15 - Red Socks - full transcript

The cast shows their singing skills as the express their feelings about Valentine's Day. Simon starts dating another gal. The twins celebrate their birthday.


Are we still making Mommy
pancakes for breakfast?


Are the pancakes
just for her?

Well, we're gonna surprise Mommy
by giving her breakfast in bed,

but we can all have some
pancakes, with syrup and butter,

lots of butter and, uh,

maybe some bacon;
some nice, fatty...


I didn't think
you could have bacon.

I thought that's why you had
heart problems, too much bacon.

True, but it's Valentine's Day

dry toast
just is not romantic.

And bacon is?

Cupid seems to have hit you

on the wrong side of the head
this morning.

Yeah, Cupid, right.

I'm not in the mood
for Valentine's.


She's up, okay?

Oh, and by the way,
happy birthday.

Thank you.

Thank you.


Oh, yeah, the present.

I'm gonna clean your room
for an entire week.



What's going on?

Happy Valentine's Day.

And happy birthday.

I suppose you want me
to make you some pancakes.

Well, we were gonna
surprise you by giving
you pancakes in bed.


No bacon.

Okay, no bacon.

It's for you,
because I love you.

I love you, too.

Enough already.

Okay, well I guess
I'll go upstairs

and wait for my pancakes.

...have never known
such love before.


Where you going?

What's wrong?

I hate Valentine's Day.

Okay, I should be the one
to hate Valentine's Day.

I have nobody.
You have Vincent.


Vincent hasn't called me
in three days.


It's just a stupid,
made-up holiday anyway.

It's no big deal.


What's this?

It's a valentine. I...

I thought it was about
time I apologized to you,

and I figure what better day to
do it than on Valentine's Day?

♪ Holding hands at midnight ♪

♪ 'Neath a starry sky ♪

♪ Nice work
if you can get it ♪

♪ And you can get it
if you try ♪

♪ Strolling with the one boy ♪

♪ Sighing sigh after sigh ♪

♪ Nice work if you can get it ♪

♪ And you can get it ♪

♪ If you try ♪

♪ Just imagine someone ♪

♪ Waiting at the cottage door ♪

♪ Where two hearts become one ♪

♪ Who could ask
for anything more? ♪

♪ Loving one who loves you ♪

♪ And then taking that vow ♪

♪ Nice work if you can get it ♪

♪ And if you get it,
won't you tell me how? ♪

Yes, boys, you have
to go to school.

Valentine's Day is...
it's just a made-up holiday.

It's not a real holiday.

Let's go!

We're off.

Oh, good, yeah.
What about the kitchen?

Oh, I'll get it
when I get back.

Yeah, from taking
the boys to school?

Well, no, I have
to run by the church

and make a few calls,
but I'll be back.

Just leave everything
right where it is.

Well, you mean those

plates with the syrup on them,
I should leave them

in the sink?
Yeah, I was going
to do them,

but I was getting
the boys ready for school.

Your point being?

My point being, that, uh,

you put your favorite red socks
in with a white load of laundry.

I'll take care of it.
My mistake.

Yes, your mistake.

If you didn't love those
stupid red socks so much.

You mean if you didn't love
those stupid socks so much.

Excuse me?

You love the red socks.

Why do you think
I buy them for you?

You think I have
some deep attachment

to red socks?

You've given me
a pair of red socks

every Valentine's Day
since our first,

so something tells me
it's not me,

but you who loves the red socks.

You have always worn red socks.

You were wearing red socks
when I met you.

I don't remember
ever owning red socks

until you bought them for me,

but let's not argue.

No, if you say
I've always worn red socks...

You have always worn red socks.

We're ready.

We've got our valentines
for everyone at school.

Don't make any dinner plans.

I'm going to pick up a picnic
basket at the French bakery

and a bottle of champagne,

and tonight we're going
to get some alone time.

You and I,
by ourselves.

Lucy's gonna be home, so she
can watch the boys, right?

All right.

Bye. Come on.

Happy Valentine's Day to me.


I know it's Valentine's Day,
but I can't.

I-I just can't.

We just met.

Oh, believe me, I-I don't want
to go too far too fast, either,

but I just want this
feeling to last forever.

I can't believe we just met
last night and I feel like this.

Well, I can't believe it
either, but it, you know,

it was Valentine's Day Eve.

Is there such a thing as
Valentine's Day Eve?

Oh, I don't know, but it
feels like the real thing.

It feels like the real thing,
but can it be the real thing?

Is there really
love at first sight?

All I know is I saw you
and I fell in love.

So, do you have any
classes this afternoon?


Well, neither do I.

So, we can hang out here
or we can go for a drive.

I'd love to see Glenoak, see
your house, where you grew up,

meet your family.

Staying up all night
talking to you was...

was really wonderful.

You're wonderful.

I'd love to show you Glenoak,

but I think we should
save meeting the family,

not put the...

the whole love at first sight

theory to the test right away.

All right.

So you want to
see Glenoak?

I'd love to.

Well, let's go.

I love that you want to do
whatever I want to do.

I love that you love that I want
to do whatever you want to do.

The good news is Savannah
is sleeping more.

The bad news is
she's eating more.

What are you doing?

I'm going to work, remember?

No, I don't remember.

I told you last week that I was
going back to work this week.

But it's Valentine's Day.

I'll be home before midnight

and it will still be
Valentine's Day.


Captain Michaels asked
if I could put in

a few extra hours--
they're a little
short-handed today

and I have been
off for a while.


Before midnight.

Well, what am I supposed to do?

I thought you'd be busy
with the baby.

And I thought you'd
be busy with me.

I was busy with you and now I've
got to get busy with my job

so we can pay
for that new house.

We've already paid
off the house.

It's not like I don't know
that we have money

and a new house,
which I still haven't seen.

You're the one who won't leave
Savannah for five minutes

to go look at it.


So, it's not my fault

you haven't seen the house.


Who got me pregnant and whose
baby is it in there?

I do believe it is your fault,
Mr. Kinkirk.

I've got to go.
I love you.

No you don't. If you loved me,
you wouldn't be abandoning me

on Valentine's Day.

We're gonna spend a lifetime
of Valentine's Days together.

Besides, we don't need
a Valentine's Day.

I love you 365 days a year.

I've got to
get to work.

You have reached
the Camden residence.

Nobody can talk to you.

No one is here
to take your call.

No one is here
to take your call.

So, please leave a message.

So, please leave a message.

And we'll call you back.

And we'll call you back. Beep!

Hi, honey, it's me.

Uh, listen, I just...
just wanted to apologize

for not getting
to the dishes before I left

and for the laundry.

I'll-I'll take care
of everything

as soon as I get home, and
I promise I'll be home early

and I'm really sorry

if I didn't remember
owning red socks

before meeting you.

I'm sorry
about the whole morning.

I love you.

How could you not know that you
have always worn red socks?

How could you not know
that you put them in the wash

with everything else?

How could you think
that I would like

to leave dirty dishes
in my sink

all day?

I can't believe
Kevin went to work.

He went to work on
Valentine's Day, of all days.

Well, he had to go back
to work sometime.

But today?

Well, probably some
of the other guys

who haven't had time off

wanted to be with their wives

and girlfriends today.

You know it's just a stupid,
made-up holiday anyway.

What's with you?

Nothing's with me.

I just don't think
Kevin going back to work

is anything to fight about
on Valentine's Day.

I mean, work is a good thing.

Kevin's a responsible man
who is trying

to take care of his wife
and his daughter.

Did you and Dad have a fight?

No, not really.

What does "not really" mean?

It means that your dad and I
aren't fighting.

We're just, you know,
very much in love,

very, very much in love,
still after years and years

of marriage, we're just crazy
about each other.

So, what are you two lovebirds
doing for Valentine's Day?

Oh, I don't know.

Dishes, laundry, sandwiches.

In fact I have to go make a
birthday cake for the twins now.


Happy Valentine's Day.


You haven't called
me in three days.


you haven't called me
in three days.

I called you last.


I called you last.

What does that have
to do with anything?

Don't try
and put this off on me.

You could have called me
if you'd wanted to.

I was just about to say
the same thing to you.

So that's why you were walking
past me with that girl,

because you were angry
that I didn't call you?

Well, two can play
this game, mister.

Do I know you?

Ruthie Camden.
Nice to meet you.

Happy Valentine's Day,
all right?

All right.



That was my son you
were making out with.

I'm Simon's mother.


Hi, I'm Anna.

Nice to meet you.

What are you doing here?

Why aren't you and Simon
at school, in class?

Well, neither of us had
a class this afternoon,

so we decided
to drive down to Glenoak

and spend
the afternoon here.

Oh, I see.

When did you two meet?

We just met last night.

Oh, well, that would make you
his new girlfriend, right?

Simon's been dating quite a,
quite a lot this year.

Oh, I see.

Yeah, just...
just so you know...

before you do

you shouldn't do.

Think about it.

Think about
what you're doing, okay?

That was your mother?

Afraid so.

How many girlfriends
have you had?

How many girlfriends
have you had this year?

Well, you're the first
since January, I swear.

Okay, calendar year.

How many since
last Valentine's Day?

A few.

And you were in love
with all of them?

So, this happens to you
all the time.

Admit it.

No, this doesn't happen
to me all the time.

I, I, just, I've, I've always
wanted to be in love,

and now I am.

And I'm different
from Cecilia how?

That was,
that was high school.

And the summer after
the first year of college.


And Georgia,
you were with her,

then went back to Cecilia,

then back to Georgia,
who you just broke up with

because she lied to you
about having a baby?

Were you going to marry her

when you thought
she was having a baby?

Well, uh...
yeah, I thought I should.

But you weren't in love
with her.

No, not like I'm
in love with you.

I think we should
get back to school.

I have some studying to do,

and I think it's gonna be
a long drive back.


What's going on?

Nothing. Just observing
the mammalian imperative.

Well, that
sounds fascinating.

It's not.
It's the most boring,

predictable thing
in the world.

Boy throws ball in display
of masculine competence.

Girl flutters eyelashes in
response, then blows him a kiss.


You have something
against romance?

It's not romance,
it's high school hormones.

Romance has nothing
to do with it.

I don't know.

They're flirting
with each other.

I think flirting is
kind of romantic.


It was only a
couple of weeks ago

I was flirting
with you

and you were
flirting with me.

Look, I'm sorry
I didn't call you.

Yeah, well,
the point is you didn't.

And then you had
to go and show off

and walk right past me
with someone else.

I admit I was trying
to get your attention.


Because it's Valentine's Day
and I like you.

How come I can get over
you not calling me,

but you can't you get over me
not calling you?

Maybe you're
just afraid of
getting hurt.

afraid of that.

I'm not afraid of anything.

Look, I'm not perfect,

but... you're not
perfect either.

Really, just a phone call
would've been fine.

Ask your dad if we can
go out tonight, huh?

It's a school night.

It's Valentine's Day.

It's also Sam and
David's birthday.

Why don't you just call me?

All right.

So, it's Valentine's Day.

It is.

If you wanted to--

you know--I wouldn't
be opposed to it.

I would.

Well, we can just
hang out and talk.

That I could do.

Hey, Kevin, thanks
for coming in.

No problem.
Nice to be back.

How are Lucy
and Savannah?

They're fine.

Hope we didn't ruin
Valentine's Day for you.

No, Valentine's Day doesn't
mean that much to me, anyway.

Didn't you propose to
Lucy on Valentine's?


So it's not just
Valentine's Day.

It's the anniversary
of your engagement.

Yeah, but that doesn't
really count, does it?

It's not like
it's a real anniversary.

Our wedding day
is our anniversary now.

But you did get
something for her, right?

You're not going
home from here

empty-handed or anything
stupid like that, are you?

I got her a baby and a house.

Not for Valentine's.

I'm working.

You haven't been working
for the past month.

I've been doing baby stuff
for the past month.

Well, I'm glad we had
this little argument.

Now you don't have to have it
with Lucy when you get home.

I can't just leave
and go get something for her.

I'm working, and when I get off
work, nothing will be open.

Yeah, I remember
when I was married,

and I used to try to explain
the same thing to my wife.

Of course, now
I'm divorced.

You know what a
florist is, right?

Of course I know.


I'll call one.

Now you're thinking.

I'd like to send
a dozen roses to my wife.

How can you be out of roses?

It's Valentine's Day.


I'd like to send some roses
to my wife.

Why is that funny?

Happy Valentine's Day!

Happy Valentine's Day!

Happy Valentine's Day!

Happy Valentine's Day!

Happy Valentine's Day!

Whoever had
the brilliant

idea of handing out
Valentine's Day cupcakes

at the end of the day

is obviously not
the mother of twins.

Cupcakes! Cupcakes!

We want cupcakes!

You've had enough cupcakes.

I had three.
I had ten.

I had a hundred!

I had 50 hundred!

I had 50 million hundred!

When are we having
birthday cake?

How about birthday fruit?


Birthday cake!

- Birthday cake!
- After you eat your dinner.

Now why don't you take Happy
and go outside in the backyard

and run and scream all you want?


You need anything?

Actually, I wanted
to make cupcakes.


I have to do something.

I didn't give Kevin anything
for Valentine's.

Mm, I mean, other than guilt
for going back to work.

Oh, just meet him at the door

with a smile and a kiss
and an apology,

and tell him
how much you love him.

Well, did you buy Dad anything?

I might have.

Well, what did you buy Dad?

Just a little something.

It's-It's personal.


I want to give Kevin
a little something, too.

I want to bake him something.

Kevin's working.

He's not going
to have anything for you.

You two have each other.

Just let that
be enough.

I'm sure
Kevin has something for me.

I'll clean up, I promise.

The kitchen is all yours.

Aren't you going to cook dinner?

Uh, no, I'm not.

Sandwiches, remember?

Your father's going
to bring home

a picnic basket
from the French bakery.

Then I'm going
to give the boys

their birthday dinner,
and then their birthday cake,

and then I thought maybe you
could keep an eye on them

while your dad and I
have some time to ourselves.

Oh... well, I have
to watch Savannah and...

Okay, I...

I'm still
putting together

gifts for them--
I haven't even finished them.

I'm... I'm making them
Batman capes.

Oh, they'll love that.

You... You better get to work.


Happy Valentine's Day to me.

You have to be kidding.

What about pink roses?

Yellow roses?

White roses?

Do you have any kind of roses?

Something that looks like roses?

Do you have any kind
of red flowers?

Any flowers?

Camden house.
Camden house.

Happy birthday.

Thank you.

And thanks for
the cards.

What are you doing?


Absolutely nothing.

So, where were we?

I think we were
falling in love.

Okay, so you've only had
one serious girlfriend.

That's it?
That's it.

I don't think I'm ready
for a serious girlfriend.

Well, what about
a casual girlfriend?

If that means, "what
about casual sex,"

then no, I'm not
really interested.

You're not just playing hard
to get, are you?


All right.

Well, happy
Valentine's Day anyway.

Happy Valentine's Day.


Hi, Ruthie.

Hi, Vincent.

Look, I... I really wanted
to come over.

I don't know.

I felt like such an idiot
for acting jealous

that I don't think I can
face you for an entire evening.

I'm just hoping the feeling
will wear off.

Well, I think I might
have something

that'll cheer you up.

No, I really think it's going
to take time.

I really like you.

I mean, if I accentuate
the positive,

you're actually not that flawed.

Oh, thanks.

Well, uh, could you just open
the back door now?

That's me. Open up, okay?

I'll only stay a minute,
I promise.

For me?


I cut them
from my mom's rose bushes.


Happy Valentine's Day.

Happy Valentine's Day.

I'll see you at school tomorrow.

Good night.

Good night.

Where did you get those?


I'll give you 100 bucks.

Sorry I missed dinner.

I was working.

I know... it's okay.

I just put Savannah down.

And, uh...

I made you cupcakes.



I love you.

I love you, too.

Happy Valentine's Day.

Happy Valentine's Day.

You wouldn't want
to clean up

the kitchen for me,
would you?

I'd do anything for you.

I don't feel so good.

Too many cupcakes.

Too many.

And too much spaghetti.

And birthday cake.

Happy Valentine's Day.

Happy birthday.

Happy birthday.

Happy Valentine's Day.



Well, they're not
from the French bakery.

It's okay.

I love peanut
butter and jelly.

With potato chips.

Mm-hmm. Nice touch.

Happy Valentine's Day.

Happy Valentine's Day.


You were wearing
red socks

the first night
we went out.

I mean, we didn't
actually go out.

I cooked a chicken, and
you came over for dinner,

and you were
wearing red socks.

Actually, I didn't know if
I liked you until then.

I mean, I thought
you were cute,

but I also knew
you were a...

a seminary student
and, well, that you

were probably just maybe

a little too straight
for me, and then...

and then I saw
those socks.

And it changed my mind.


And that's why...

That's why, every year, I...

buy you red socks
for Valentine's Day.