Brothers & Sisters Episode Recap: “Unfinished Business”

What a relief it was to get through an episode this season without a dinner-table meltdown. But that doesn’t mean there wasn’t plenty of drama. Just as the house Nora bought was crumbling down around her (and the Walkers she recruited for do-it-yourself demolition), the characters were each caught in their own unique messes. Rebecca was given a job she didn’t deserve at Walker Landing (thanks to her CEO mom), Robert couldn’t decide if he trusted the second-guessing birth mother more than trying surrogacy, Sarah was trying to get enough money to launch Greenatopia (and pay Kyle and Ethan’s rent) without selling out her partners and, of course, Nora was trying to keep collapsing ceilings from falling on her head. How did it all work out? Let’s find out!<!– READ FULL RECAP

Privileged Spoilers & Preview: ‘All About Love, Actually’

Monday 12/1 Special Night & Tuesday 12/2 All New
‘All About Love, Actually’

Laurel makes a trip to Santa Barbra to see her old flame, Miles (guest star Michael Nouri), and is surprised when he shows up at her doorstep in Palm Beach a few days later, but Miles quickly realizes that Laurel’s business and family come first. Megan and Will’s new status as a couple gets off to a rocky start when Will announces he has accepted a job that will take him to Brazil for six months. Meanwhile, Megan prevents Rose from cheating on her final and grounds her as punishment. Rose accepts being grounded, but is furious when she learns that Sage was the one who told Megan about the plan to cheat. Charlie has second thoughts about moving in with his girlfriend Mandy (guest star Alice Greczyn). Finally, Charlie’s cousin, Luis (guest star Ignacio Serricchio), gets a job working in the kitchen with Marco, and Sage decides to torture him with her demands.

Gossip Girl Spoilers!

Gossip Girl: Could “Bluck” Be Any Hotter?

Warning: You might want to have a fire extinguisher standing by while watching the video above, because Gossip Girl‘s Chuck (Ed Westwick) and Blair (Leighton Meester) are back on your TV tonight (holler!) and serving up enough red-hot sexual tension to melt your screen.

Tonight’s episode, “It’s a Wonderful Lie,” features the Snowflake Ball, and Blair and Chuck are, of course, deeply interested in who will be escorting the other one to the big dance–and, naturally, attempting to make each other miserable in the process (see for yourself how they do so!).

Are you digging the continuation of Bluck’s War of the Roses nonromance, or do you desperately want them to just become a real freaking couple already? Sound off in the comments, and also check out a second sneak peek below of more sexual tension courtesy of Rufus and Lily…

Gossip Girl airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on the CW.

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