Eric and Annie decide to travel throughout America in their new RV.
Eric and Annie rush to the hospital after he wakes up with a good feeling about his heart condition; Kevin must keep Lucy thinking positively as they await news; T-Bone and Ruthie decide to get back together.
Kevin tells Lucy that moving their family to Crossroads might not be a good idea; T-Bone confides to Eric that he has second thoughts about breaking up with Ruthie; Sandy's boyfriend (Nick Zano) surprises her.
T-Bone confides in Mac that he is considering breaking up with Ruthie; Lucy and Kevin disagree over whether they should accept the job offer in Crossroads; Margaret discovers that Kyle turned in her writing assignment as his.
Lucy considers an offer for a job that would force her to leave Glenoak; Ruthie incorrectly assumes that her parents will pay for her tattoo removal; Margaret offers to do Mac's English assignment.
Ruthie thinks the loss of the diamond in her promise ring means that she and T-Bone should not be together; Eric and Lucy encounter a mysterious black bird and take it as a sign of bad things yet to come.
Eric and Annie realize that Ruthie is hiding something from them when she acts suspiciously; Lucy does not tell her parents about Ruthie's tattoo because she is also hiding one from them.
Ruthie and reluctant T-Bone get tattoos to prove their love for each other; Eric and Annie panic when the colonel (Peter Graves) and Ruth visit them unexpectedly; Jane receives her divorce papers in the mail.
Ruthie tells T-Bone that he should get his driver's license so that they can have privacy; Lou suggests that Sandy should deliver the next sermon because Eric and Lucy no longer appeal to younger church-members.
Ruthie tells her boyfriend that she is ready to take their relationship to the next level; Martin expresses an interest in dating Jane; Eric and Lucy spend the day fishing.
Ruthie and T-Bone's writing assignment on the genocide in Darfur inspires the Camdens to help make a difference in the world.
Lucy, Ruthie and Kevin think the worst when Eric is late coming home from work; with his family waiting for him, Eric finds himself in heaven, unsure if he is a permanent resident or a visitor.
Listening to Ruthie complain, T-Bone breaks down and tells her what he thinks of her condescending attitude; the Rev. Camden takes a new approach, brutal honesty, to counseling members of his church.
When Ruthie makes an inappropriate comment on the way home from Scotland, airport security takes Eric, Annie and Ruthie in for questioning; Mac visits Sandy to find out whether she is still interested in Simon.
After learning of her father's health prognosis, Ruthie reluctantly agrees to leave Scotland and return home with her parents; Sandy calls off plans to marry Martin after his best friend questions why they are in a rush.
Ruthie panics when she learns that Eric and Annie are flying to Scotland to bring her back to Glenoak; Kevin tells Lucy about her father's fatal heart condition; Kevin discovers Jane is hiding a big secret from the Camdens.
After paramedics are called to the house, Annie realizes Eric has been hiding the truth and she determines to find out what it is; Lucy pays Sandy a surprise visit.
With Annie out of town, Eric looks for three homeless teens hoping that his family will take them in; Sandy finds herself in a romantic triangle with Martin and the guy from school she has been seeing, Daniel (Aaron Staton).
With Annie out of town visiting family, Eric decides to home school the twins after being hit on by a teacher.
Eric pulls Sam and David out of school after being propositioned by their teacher (guest star Rachel Boston).
Kevin advises Martin to get Sandy's attention by cooking for her; Lucy tells Kevin she's out apologizing to members of the congregation for her recent behavior.
Emotionally unstable Lucy delivers the sermon; Martin expresses his romantic intentions to Sandy; Sandy reveals that she has switched majors; a neighbor (Jewel) lulls Savannah to sleep every night.
On Simon's wedding day, Matt and Sarah make a surprise announcement, as do Kevin and Lucy.
The Camdens reminisce about simpler days when the children were little; Simon becomes more conflicted about his upcoming marriage to Rose; Ruthie meets a Scottish boy.
Kevin loses his wedding ring in a most inconvenient manner; Simon and Rose have a serious argument; Annie gets upset.
The developing bond between Rose and Annie causes Ruthie and Lucy to become jealous; Sam and David try to get family members to divulge their secrets.
Problems arise when Eric and Annie realize Simon and Rose's wedding falls on the same day as Matt and Sarah's graduation ceremony.
Simon thinks Rose still has feelings for her ex-fiance; Ruthie gets a new cell phone, but has no one to call her.
Lucy secretly goes to see a doctor to find out if she is pregnant; Rose is still angry that Simon neglected to tell her that he slept with Sandy.
Rose tells Simon she does not want to get married in a church; Kevin organizes a Valentine's Day dinner at the hotel where he and Lucy were engaged.
When Ruthie gets detention for being late to class, she has a great time with the teacher, who introduces her to the music of Gershwin.
When Sandy goes into labor, Simon wants to go to the hospital to support her, but Rose refuses, prompting Simon to acknowledge that he is not sure he still wants to marry Rose.
When Martin advises a friend not to write an essay on Martin Luther King Jr., others misunderstand and vandalize his car.
The entire family takes part in a living nativity scene at the church; Eric dresses as Santa and helps a convalescent home.
After discovering Rose may be keeping secrets from him, Simon begins to wonder whether his parents were right to discourage him from marrying her.
The demands of Simon's school and work keep him from celebrating Thanksgiving with the family; Meredith's sister spreads a rumor that Ruthie is pregnant with Martin's baby and that she caused Martin and Meredith to break up.
Eric gains a new perspective on Sandy's pregnancy when he learns that his own mother was pregnant with him before she and his father were married.
When Sandy's father approaches Eric and Lucy about helping his daughter, they are suspicious of the large amount of money he leaves with them.
Sandy asks Simon to take her to the hospital for what she thinks are labor pains, and she admits that she slept with Martin only to make Simon jealous.
When Lucy tells Kevin and Matt that she is going to visit Simon at college, the skeptical guys follow her and learn that the real reason behind her visit is to counsel Sandy about her pregnancy.
Eric and Annie learn that Simon and Rose are living together; Lucy's difficulty counseling a young pregnant woman leads her to doubt her abilities as an associate pastor.
Simon and Rose decide to make changes in their relationship, leading Eric and Annie to think they are breaking up; Sandy attends Lucy's church social to confront Martin, who has been avoiding her calls.
Martin learns that he may be the father of Sandy's unborn child; Simon feels responsible for Martin's dilemma because he introduced him to Sandy.
Eric tries to avoid telling his parents about Mary's divorce; Simon's fiancee wants him to move up the wedding date; Lucy learns the difficulties of being an associate pastor.
Simon and his new girlfriend (Sarah Thompson) make an unexpected visit to Glenoak to meet their respective parents, leading Annie to suspect their relationship is on the fast track.
When Matt learns that Mary has filed for divorce and signed away custody of her son, he does not know how to tell Eric and Annie.
An extremely nervous Simon comes home to Glenoak to await the results of his STD test; Eric helps a woman caring for her two daughters with sickle cell anemia.
Zoe (Katie Cassidy) confides in Ruthie, but when Martin ends their relationship, she thinks Ruthie betrayed her confidence; Eric and Annie suspect that Sam and David are feigning illness so they can stay up late and eat sweets.
Annie and Ruthie find themselves at odds over a special family dinner; a woman (Melissa Gilbert) asks Eric to convince her mother to move to a nursing home; Kevin must invite his mother (Bo Derek) and her husband for a visit.
When Simon's current girlfriend, Sandra (Olivia Allen), confesses to him that she has an STD, he panics.
When Simon asks Matt to prescribe birth control pills to his girlfriend, a rumor spreads through the house that she is pregnant.
St. Valentine's Day inspires the Camden family, and everyone breaks into song.
The whole family gets involved when Ruthie goes on her first official date.
When Lucy invites guests to see the baby, Annie fears she doesn't understand the health risks of exposing a newborn to strangers; Lucy's determination to prove that she has parenting under control leaves Kevin doubting his role as a father.
Lucy convinces Matt to take her shopping and then goes into labor while they are stuck in an elevator, forcing Matt to test his medical skills.
The Camden household suffers the consequences of Lucy's foul mood when she is placed on bed rest after her hospital scare; Ruthie discovers a disheartening e-mail on Martin's computer that may explain his uncharacteristic behavior.
When Simon's ex-girlfriend, Georgia, thinks she is pregnant, the two cannot agree on how to break the news to Eric and Annie.
When Annie learns that Matt and Sarah will not be home for Thanksgiving, she begins to act strangely, which worries Eric and the kids, who fear it may get worse when she hears that others have made alternate plans.
Eric and Annie encourage the congregation to become the licensed foster parents of Christina, one of Simon's school friends, and her three younger siblings.
Kevin leads a young woman to believe that Martin is a rookie cop, and when Martin learns her father is serving overseas, he finds it hard to come clean; Eric and Annie ask Kevin to help Martin deal with the young woman, which results in rumors.
A new father confesses to Eric that he doesn't feel ready for the responsibility; Lucy and Kevin argue over which doctor they prefer, and Ben takes sides; Ruthie has ulterior motives for hanging out with Martin and his best friend.
Martin's knowledge of world politics inspires Ruthie to develop her own opinions about politics as the entire Camden clan fixates on voting.
Eric and Annie attempt to help a pregnant woman find a family to adopt her baby, until she has a change of heart.
Eric tells Lucy she is the associate pastor and will soon give her first sermon; Simon confesses that he has been using his relationship with Georgia to block his guilt for the fatal traffic accident.
Simon admits that he and Georgia are having sex and that he's on academic probation for cutting classes; Eric asks Lucy to lead a class at the church on the importance of abstinence.
Eric and Annie suspect that Simon and his new girlfriend are having sex; Kevin worries that Lucy may be in denial about her pregnancy when she refuses to go shopping for maternity clothes.
Matt tries to salvage his marriage while questioning his feelings for Heather; Simon's return to Glenoak has Cecilia torn between him and her current boyfriend; Eric and Annie head for New York.
Matt (Barry Watson) and Sarah have marital problems; Simon (David Gallagher) returns home, complicating Cecilia's relationship with Martin.
Two Sudanese refugees take in Ruthie and Peter after they accidentally miss their bus during a school field trip.
Lucy and Kevin celebrate their anniversary and think about starting a family; Eric and Vic find Peter drinking alcohol with his friends.
Lucy and Kevin get into a bidding war with Chandler for a house; Eric and Annie decide to use their savings to buy their house from the church.
Annie's joy in the wake of her father's death becomes contagious; following Eric's advice, Chandler meets with a lawyer (Randy Spelling) about adoption.
Annie's half-sister (Michelle Phillips) wants their ailing father to walk her down the aisle; Fred's mother accuses Mrs. Bink of being a gold digger; a couple object to the marriage of their mentally impaired son.
Matt causes a stir when he returns to visit Ruthie but avoids the rest of the family, then Martin shares with Cecilia, and Annie tells nurse Kelly (Debi Mazar) about Matt and Sarah's marriage.
Annie's half-sister Lilly shows up with important family news; Cecilia tries to play matchmaker with Martin's friend Mac; Ruthie and Peter's school project gets them in trouble.
Martin's father tries to help his son decide whether to choose a career in baseball or college; Chandler and Paris re-evaluate their relationship; Roxanne and Martin's aunt fight over their differing views on the war.
Eric intervenes when Martin considers dropping out of school to become a professional ballplayer; Chandler's mother (Concetta Tomei) pays an unwelcome visit after he becomes executor of his father's estate.
The Rev. Camden tries to heal the rift between Peter and his father, a recovering alcoholic who abandoned his family three years earlier.
Matt returns home, wanting to drop out of medical school; Kevin doesn't know what to do about Lucy when his ex-wife (Mindy Burbano) comes to town.
Matt (Barry Watson) and Sarah (Sarah Danielle Madison) begin their student rotation in the ER but get off to a bad start by arriving late.
School board asks Eric to look into the high-school principal's (Meredith Baxter) questionable behavior.
Eric arranges for Peter and his dog to visit a drug rehab center to cheer up the patients; Chandler receives a letter from Roxanne just before his first date with Paris.
Eric is disappointed when his neighbors spurn a Muslim family; Cecilia's house is robbed while she attends a Neighborhood Watch meeting; Roxanne mentors a troubled teenager; Chandler is attracted to Peter's mother.
Eric's sermon inspires everyone to help someone in need; Eric invites his new son-in-law to fly out for a family dinner; Ruthie befriends a shy schoolmate with a secret; Annie is jealous of the time Cecilia spends with the twins.
Simon talks about his family in a video essay for his college application, then dwells on the anguish he feels about his role in a fatal car accident.
A mysterious stranger (Tyler Hoechlin) wanders into the Camden home and spends the day with the family; Rabbi Glass (Richard Lewis) confides in Eric that he caught his wife (Laraine Newman) kissing another man.
Eric accompanies Simon when he sees the Board of Education to discuss early graduation; Lucy catches Chandler kissing a beautiful blonde at church and agonizes over whether or not to tell Roxanne.
Mary returns home with some unexpected news; Lucy and Kevin adjust to married life; Chandler breaks up with Roxanne after discovering she is not comfortable with the prospect of being a preacher's wife.
Someone finds out she's pregnant; a fatal accident drastically changes the Camdens' lives, especially one member of the family.
Eric is unable to convince Chandler's father (Dan Lauria) to see his son before he dies; Kevin recognizes Lucy's house guest (Tara Lipinski) as a reputed prostitute; Lucy takes a home-pregnancy test without telling anyone.
Eric tries to convince Chandler's dying father (Dan Lauria) to reconcile with his son; Matt and Sarah suspect she is pregnant; Lucy offers her classmate (Tara Lipinski) a place to live; Cecilia refuses to go to the prom with Simon.
The Rev. Camden advises Peter and his soon-to-be stepfather (William R. Moses); Chandler counsels an engaged couple (Mayim Bialik, Bradley White) who do not seem compatible.
Eric and Chandler enlist the help of Mrs. Bink (Eileen Brennan) to raise money for the church's leaky roof; Peter mistrusts his mother's boyfriend (William R. Moses); Lucy confides intimate details about married life to Roxanne.
Guests scramble to the church when a storm threatens to postpone Lucy and Kevin's wedding; Chandler and Roxanne rush to pick up Ben and his mother, who are stranded at the airport.
Eric and Annie counsel friends on their marital problems; Kevin threatens to call off the wedding; Simon and Cecilia are kicked out of a G-rated film; Roxanne decides to resign from the police force.
Lucy tells her father she will be heartbroken if he does not perform the wedding ceremony; Annie hijacks Lucy's wedding plans; Roxanne's father tries to bully Chandler.
Kevin invites everyone to be there when he proposes to Lucy on bended knee.
Eric reaches out to Chandler after learning his father is dying of lung cancer; Lucy accepts a date with Chandler's chain-smoking twin brother (Jason London); Annie finds a pack of cigarettes in Simon's room.
Annie panics when she is invited to attend one of Eric's therapy sessions; Chandler confesses his feelings for Roxanne after she is stabbed; Ruthie overhears her parents fighting and thinks they are getting a divorce.
Eric agrees to see a therapist; Cecilia's father agrees to let Simon see her; Ruthie learns that her new friend (Katelyn Salmont) has cystic fibrosis.
Simon and Cecilia decide they are ready to have sex; Annie dismisses Eric's manuscript as smut; Lucy spies on Roxanne and Chandler.
While hosting a call-in show at a college radio station, Eric and his producer (Usher) field a call from a student threatening to kill himself.
Eric makes a life-altering decision while recovering from surgery; Lucy turns to the new pastor for advice when she sees Kevin and Roxanne dancing at the pool hall.
Eric and Rabbi Glass (Richard Lewis) spy on the new associate pastor; Ruthie is caught slow-dancing with her boyfriend when she should be watching the twins.
The church hires a new pastor (Jeremy London) to help out while Eric recovers; a chain-smoking housekeeper (Phyllis Diller) tries to bring order to the Camden home.
A friend with a developmental disability asks Lucy to persuade his parents to let him join a traveling troupe of puppeteers; to make Eric feel needed, Annie asks the children to go to him for advice on their problems.
While under anesthesia, Eric hallucinates he is Elvis Presley performing "Don't Be Cruel" and "Teddy Bear."
Eric loses his nerve after calling a family meeting to tell everyone he must undergo double bypass surgery.
Capt. Jack Smith's father (Pat Boone) accuses Mary of seducing his son (Grant Goodeve); Ruthie lands in the principal's (Cindy Williams) office because of a dispute with a classmate over a monkey.
Cecilia reveals Simon's profitable dating service to Eric; Mary threatens to leave home over a dispute regarding her relationship with an older man (Grant Goodeve).
Mary tries to conceal her May-December romance with a pilot (Grant Goodeve), until he shows up at the Camden home; Kevin introduces his attractive new partner to Lucy; Cecilia reveals Simon's profitable dating service to Eric.
After discovering that their fathers sabotaged the wedding, Matt and Sarah appeal to Annie and Rosina (Laraine Newman) for help.
At loggerheads over their children marrying outside their faiths, the Rev. Camden and Rabbi Glass (Richard Lewis) call off the wedding of Matt and Sarah (Sarah Danielle Madison).
When a friend dies while on military duty in Afghanistan, the Rev. Camden leads a memorial service attended by the family and by representatives of the Marine Corps.
Mary brings home her new beau (George Stults) and his brother (Geoff Stults), who falls for Lucy; Eric counsels an older couple (Charlie Brill, Mitzi McCall) who are unable to let go of their middle-age son.
Mary and Lucy enjoy a girls-only weekend in New York; Matt and Sarah turn to Eric for advice to settle premarital quarreling.
The Glass family invites the Camdens over for Shabbat dinner; Matt announces he is considering converting to Judaism.
Matt and Sarah run off and get married, but just say they're engaged when confronted by their parents.
Matt falls in love with the daughter of a rabbi and his wife (guest stars Richard Lewis, Laraine Newman) who befriend the Camdens.
Annie tries to surprise Eric with romantic plans for St. Valentine's Day; Matt questions old girlfriends about their failed relationships.
Peer pressure means beer-drinking pressure for Simon when he attends a wild party and tries to gain acceptance by the "cool" kids.
Ruthie protects a Muslim friend (Ashley Solomon) targeted by bullies because of her ethnic background.
Mary tries to connect with Wilson (Andrew Keegan) and is visited by a firefighter (Geoff Stults); Annie quits her teaching job without consulting with Eric.
Grandpa takes Simon to get his learner's permit for driving, and they end up being the center of a televised police-pursuit.
Mary and Lucy seek Eric and Annie's matchmaking expertise; Matt and Simon use the twins to attract girls.
Mary and Lucy turn on each other when Robbie falls for someone new; Matt and the others fight to get back in their mother's good graces.
Everyone wonders what Mary is hiding when she arrives home without an explanation; Annie is thrilled, but the others remain skeptical.
After being caught with another man, Mary tries to make up with Wilson; Eric and Annie counsel Eric's sister (Deborah Raffin) about her husband (Ed Begley Jr.) and their marital problems.
Wilson's marriage proposal and a romantic encounter with a firefighter trainee sink Mary into a state of confusion.
Annie tells Eric that she's going to quit college and start teaching in order to combat her depression; Mary trains as a firefighter.
A carpenter fakes an injury while working on the Camden house; Simon asks out a pregnant 16-year-old.
Simon doesn't know what to do when one of his classmates vows to kill in retaliation for the teasing he endures at school.
Annie begins to show signs of pregnancy; Mary returns to New York; Lucy breaks off her engagement with Jeremy.
Mary faces a dilemma after Wilson arrives to proclaim his love; Lucy shocks her parents when she announces her engagement to Jeremy and her plans to attend college in New York.
Mary leaves Wilson behind in New York to spend the summer with her family and ex-boyfriend, Robbie, but her secret tags along.
Annie learns she has a stepsister (Michelle Phillips); Ruthie protests the firing of a teacher, speculating that racial discrimination is involved.
Simon gets a new nickname when Annie tells the mother of his ex-girlfriend he is sexually inexperienced.
The difficulties of long-distance dating surface when Mary encounters her ex-boyfriend (Andrew Keegan) in Buffalo.
Fear and self-doubt overcome Matt at the prospect of a psychological evaluation; Eric counsels a terminally ill patient.
Robbie's deadbeat father convinces his son to leave the Camdens; Annie worries when Lucy hangs around her friend's unconventional mother.
Everyone is apprehensive about Mary's impending visit, especially Robbie; the guys come under scrutiny when a condom is found.
Mary finds out that Robbie has a date for Valentine's Day; Lucy goes on a date with Jeremy; the others spend the holiday celebrating the twins' birthday.
Eric feels jealous when the children turn to Annie for advice; Annie feels slighted by the twins; Matt begrudges Robbie his place in the household.
Eric is shocked when he discovers that Mary has run away from the Colonel's, not realizing that she is coming home for his surprise birthday party.
Mary's convinced that Robbie is dating Lucy and makes frantic calls to her siblings; Robbie's enthusiasm for housework makes the others feel unneeded.
Eric reluctantly takes in Mary's ex-boyfriend Robbie after learning that he is homeless; Mary is dumbfounded when she calls home and hears Robbie's voice.
Eric and Annie confront Simon about his newfound interest in rap music and somewhat misogynistic attitude toward women.
Ugly rumors spread about Mary's departure; Simon uses his sister's bad reputation to improve his image, and gets into trouble with identical twins.
Eric and Annie gather everyone together to make the heartbreaking announcement that Mary will be sent to live with her grandparents in Buffalo, N.Y.
Eric and Annie fight about how to deal with Mary's self-destructive behavior; Mary's siblings break into the twins' piggy bank to help her pay her bills.
Tensions run high when Mary is caught with an open bottle of beer while baby-sitting; Eric and Annie clash with Mary's disreputable friends.
Eric and Annie (Stephen Collins, Catherine Hicks) watch helplessly as Mary (Jessica Biel) and her alarming new friends get into trouble with the law.
Mary is tempted to drink and smoke one night after work; Matt forgets to pick up Simon; Lucy and a classmate take care of an egg.
Mary struggles with unpaid bills after losing her job; Matt receives a failing grade; Simon assists Lucy with her campaign to become Homecoming Queen; Ruthie transfers to a private school.
Mary postpones college in favor of soul-searching; Annie works to complete her teaching degree; Simon and Lucy continue high school; Matt considers studying medicine; Ruthie must spend another year with a despised teacher.
Eric and Annie counsel their children on matters of the heart; Mary announces that she is engaged to Robbie; Matt leaves Shana to pursue a relationship with Heather.
Eric and Annie are dismayed when Mary decides to reunite with Robbie; Heather tells Matt that she still loves him; Simon gets dumped.
A reporter profiles the Camden family for a newspaper article; a classmate plagiarizes one of Ruthie's stories for a competition.
The Rev. Camden counsels a sexually molested woman to help her express emotions she has been hiding from her family.
Mary has a dream about playing basketball with the L.A. Lakers; Simon and Lucy are overheard deriding their parents' career choices.
Eric helps the other members of a hung jury regain their faith in the law; Mary accidentally gives Lucy a black eye; Matt finds his voice.
Eric expounds on the power of prayer after he receives an anonymous letter from a victim of abuse; Lucy is mistaken for a teenage mother.
On St. Valentine's Day, the Camdens throw a party for the twins' first birthday; Mary spends a romantic dinner with Robbie.
Eric finds an ally in Simon when he tries to help a boy with Tourette's syndrome; Annie battles Ruthie's teacher over insensitive remarks.
Eric and Annie reluctantly allow Mary to go on a date; Simon and a friend buy cigarettes for a class project.
Annie takes a solo trip to the beach, leaving Eric in charge of the household; Matt says goodbye to Shana; Mary waits impatiently for Robbie's call.
Annie wrestles with the news that her father has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease; Ruthie worries about Y2K; Lucy blows off volunteer work.
Simon's new friends intentionally inhale paint fumes while working on a mural; Mary falls for a guy she meets while doing community service.
Eric receives a $20,000 check from a Japanese-American woman who was confined in a camp during World War II; Ruthie tries to bribe a classmate.
The Camdens rally around Mary after she is arrested for vandalizing the gym, while Eric and Annie try to forestall possible jail time for her.
Mary leads a revolt when the basketball coach imposes a lockout on the team because of the girls' poor academic performance.
Eric intervenes to prevent his pregnant sister (Deborah Raffin) and her husband (Ed Begley Jr.) from separating.
Mary makes a stand when a friend's (Alicia Willis) academic award is revoked because she is a teenage mother.
Eric's annual raise is in jeopardy when the church board gets the wrong idea about the Camden's financial situation.
Each of the Camdens learns about equality; Eric counsels a couple about the importance of sexual equality in marriage; Simon considers dropping a cooking class in which he is the only boy; Ruthie aspires to play on the football team.
Eric develops a childlike fascination with life during a vacation; Matt grows uncomfortable with a blossoming friendship between his girlfriend and roommate.
Eric prepares to tell his parents of his sister's (Deborah Raffin) pregnancy and marriage to Dr. Hastings (Ed Begley Jr.).
Eric counsels an engaged couple facing differences; Mary, Lucy and Simon learn the repercussions of forbidden love.
Eric worries about Matt as Heather's wedding approaches; Eric learns his sister Julie is dating Dr. Hastings.
Two parishioners entreat Eric to take their suffering dog to the vet to be put down; Matt catches Mary in a lip-lock in a most unlikely place.
Eric defends a custodian from Simon's school who says he hears messages from God; Anne wants to cut loose for an evening.
Moral outrage explodes in the community over an affair between a married college president and a student.
Eric counsels a troubled couple (Corbin Bernsen, Amanda Pays); Matt decides to join the Army.
Eric suspects Lucy's ex-boyfriend is involved with drugs; Ruthie tries to keep Matt and his new girlfriend apart.
The Camden children prove to be less than helpful with the new babies.
During a difficult labor, Annie asks Dr. Hastings (Ed Begley Jr.) for help.
The family prepares for the twins' arrival; church women throw Annie a last-minute shower.
Eric and Annie must reconcile with the doctor they blame for Matt's birth complications.
Mary gets her driver's license; Matt learns Aunt Julie may be back in town.
Eric and Annie get gifts for each other; Mary volunteers at a soup kitchen; an unlikely Santa helps Simon and Ruthie.
Lucy considers having sex to prove her attractiveness.
Mary takes a dangerous pill in order to compete with a teammate.
Simon's classmate shoots Eric; Mary dates a violent boy.
The wedding for Annie's father is in jeopardy; Annie befriends a homeless man.
Eric helps a grief-stricken mother search for the recipient of her son's heart; Matt is in trouble with the law.
Simon's favorite teacher (Michael Tomlinson) is suspended after an altercation with an abusive parent.
Lucy's friend has a shocking secret; Matt tastes rejection; Ruthie seeks attention.
Matt leaves his fraternity; family fixes old car; divorcee flirts with Eric.
Eric (Stephen Collins) tries to comfort a miserable Annie (Catherine Hicks); Matt (Barry Watson) moves in with three girls on campus.
The Camdens are shaken by word of a possible pregnancy and news that Matt (Barry Watson) may leave home very soon.
Mary and Wilson's reunion is too close for Annie; Lucy is troubled when former boyfriends follow Eric.
Matt goes to the prom; disastrous double date; Simon learns the facts of life.
Eric tries to get the facts about a homeless girl Simon brings to stay with them; Matt can't wait to leave for college.
Ruthie is suspicious of an exchange student (Steven Roy).
Lucy's friend dies in a car accident.
A minister (Dorian Harewood) meets his wife's ex-husband.
Mary attempts a basketball comeback; Lucy's best friend runs away from home.
Eric tries to help a single mother convince the IRS that she isn't responsible for her ex-boyfriend's huge debt.
Lucy must choose between a new flame and her ex-boyfriend; a visit from Annie's father causes trouble.
Eric and Annie discover money is missing from the church treasury.
Eric's military-man father shows up at the Camden house intending to straighten out several family problems of which Eric is unaware.
Matt's friend (Jason Behr) goes on a date with Mary.
Simon asks a Holocaust survivor to speak at school.
Matt takes care of a dying boy; Annie and Simon learn about business.
Simon learns his best friend's sister is a gang member; Lucy dons makeup and a revealing wardrobe to meet guys at the mall.
Mary (Jessica Biel) breaks up with Wilson (guest star Andrew Keegan); Simon (David Gallagher) searches for a girlfriend; Matt (Barry Watson) receives bad news.
A woman asks Eric to investigate why her friend was moved to a retirement home; Lucy tries to get to the bottom of Shelby's eating disorder.
Eric finds marijuana in the house.
The family believes Matt and Heather are married after reading a love letter; Lucy tries to help a classmate gain her mother's affections.
The first day of school is troublesome for the children, but more so for Eric who is called to help a 12-year-old boy contemplating suicide.
Eric and Annie (Stephen Collins, Catherine Hicks) celebrate their anniversary; Matt's (Barry Watson) girlfriend goes away to school. With Andrea Ferrell.
Mary is afraid her parents won't accept her new boyfriend; Eric tries to help Annie deal with her father's new relationship.
Annie's father brings his new girlfriend to visit, which makes Annie uncomfortable; Matt is smitten with a girl who is hearing impaired.
Matt becomes uncomfortable when Annie's friend makes a pass at him; Mary makes her singing debut; Lucy loses her best friend.
The father of George, the boy Eric's parents adopted, returns and demands custody; Eric's sister is released from the rehabilitation center.
Eric meets with opposition when he wants to hire an ex-convict as the church's new organist and office manager.
Mary goes to a party with a girl she met in detention; Eric and Annie counsel a cleric who has a secret.
Lucy asks Eric to investigate her friend's lies; Matt intervenes when Mary is harassed; Simon is jealous of Ruthie's friend.
Happy gets hit by a car when Matt is left in charge of the household; Lucy attempts to celebrate her first Valentine's Day with Jimmy.
Eric's parents make their annual visit, and old tensions revive when an orphan comes up for adoption.
Matt takes the blame for something Mary did, complicating the rift between Matt and Eric; Lucy takes credit for a paper Mary wrote.
Eric tries to help a homeless family; Matt helps old Mrs. Bink around the house; Lucy is depressed about her birthday; Happy has puppies.
The Camdens are suspicious of Matt's new girlfriend; Lucy's cheerleading tryout brings out the worst in Mary.
The Camden family's traditional Thanksgiving is jeopardized when the children want to spend the holiday away from home and Eric's sister reveals a tragic secret.
The family deals with the aftermath of a car-jacking.
The family suspects the worst upon seeing Eric and Abby Morris at a motel; Simon has a crush on a classmate.
Mary does not want the family to come to her big basketball game; the Camdens are in a frenzy when Ruthie and Simon are lost.
Despite warnings from her family, Lucy tries to learn the truth about Mike "The Mutant" Mitchell, a mysterious recluse accused of murder.
A church burning causes the Camdens to invite the Rev. Morgan Hamilton's family to move in with them.
Annie's spirits are dampened by her mother's funeral and her father's sudden disappearance; Eric counsels a couple with marital problems.
Matt, Mary and Lucy (Barry Watson, Jessica Biel, Beverley Mitchell) learn the art of dating; Annie's parents (Graham Jarvis, Alice Hirson) move into the Camden home. With Catherine Hicks and Stephen Collins.
Surprises abound for the whole family.
The Rev. Eric and Annie Camden (Stephen Collins, Catherine Hicks) raise five rambunctious children.
Eric tries to stop 16-year-old Matt from smoking; Eric and Annie field Simon's nonstop requests for a pet dog; Mary asks Matt for advice about kissing boys.