New Brothers & Sisters Spoilers!

Episode 3.23: Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off Airdate: May 3, 2009

  • When Kitty and Robert reach a crossroads in their marriage, she is forced to reflect on her father’s (guest starring Tom Skerritt as William Walker) past indiscretions and decide what’s most important in life. Meanwhile, Ryan makes a discovery about his mother’s death and takes a huge leap in the wrong direction to vie for Rebecca’s affection. Guest starring are Tom Skerritt as William Walker, Luke Grimes as Ryan Lafferty, Matt Letscher as Alec Tyler, Luc Charbonnier as Ben Tyler, Jay Knowlton as Grady and Toby Holguin as the bus driver. Source: ABC

Episode 3.24: Mexico (Season finale) Airdate: May 10, 2009

  • When the Walker family reaches out to Tommy, they’re devastated to find that he may be unwilling to accept their help. Meanwhile, Robert and Kitty reach a crossroads in their marriage that they may not be able to successfully navigate; Justin makes plans for the future, with or without Rebecca; and Saul makes a shocking admission about Ryan Lafferty’s mother. Source: ABC

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Kitty and Robert will probably not be back together this season. (TV Guide)

What can you tell me about Saul “making a shocking admission about Ryan’s mother” on the season finale of Brothers & Sisters next week?
Saul may have inadvertently caused the death of Ryan’s mother! In other B&S finale news, the Walkers are Mexico-bound this Sunday in order to bring Tommy back to America. Hint, it’s not going to work. But it’s for the best. Also, Kitty and Robert finally reconcile, while Justin and Rebecca announce to the family that they’re getting married. He even gets down on one knee with a makeshift ring. Source: Kristin on E!Online

‘Brothers and Sisters’ 3rd Season Finale Preview: Mexico

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

In the last episode of ‘Brothers and Sisters’ season 3, the Walkers family find Tommy in Mexico while Justin makes a huge move with Rebecca.

'Brothers and Sisters' 3rd Season Finale Preview: MexicoSee larger image” will have its third season finale on Sunday, May 10 and revamp it with the re-appearance of Tommy. Nora travels to Mexico to find the son the she had slapped previously, only to discover that Tommy is unwilling to accept their help. Things are also boiling for Justin and Rebecca. Justin makes plans for the future, with or without Rebecca but the preview gives the idea that both will get married in an impromptu move. Meanwhile, Robert and Kitty reach a crossroads in their marriage that they may not be able to successfully navigate. Saul makes a shocking admission about Ryan Lafferty’s mother. Several clips from the episode titled “Mexico” had been released previously, showing Nora’s attempt to reach out to Tommy and highlighting on Kitty’s struggle to keep her marriage intact. It has been confirmed that “Brothers & Sisters” will return for a fourth season.

5 Clips From ‘Brothers and Sisters’ 3rd Season Finale

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

‘Brothers and Sisters’ has been given ample sneak peeks that reveal in one of them, the discovery of Tommy Walker’s whereabout.

5 Clips From 'Brothers and Sisters' 3rd Season Finale
See larger image More than a week shy of the season finale, ABC has released a bunch of “” sneak peeks, ample to lead viewers into what happen to the Walkers family at the end of the third season. Released are six clips from the episode called “Mexico” that airs May 10. In the first clip posted below, Kitty deals with her marriage to Robert by talking to Kevin. Kevin tries to resolve the problem for them but the supposed ‘therapy’ session ends up in further quarrels. In the synopsis it is written “Robert and Kitty reach a crossroads in their marriage that they may not be able to successfully navigate”. Meanwhile, the rest of the clips show Nora’s venture to Mexico where she finds Tommy. She then sets up a family gathering to meet him there. The synopsis says, “When the Walker family reaches out to Tommy, they’re devastated to find that he may be unwilling to accept their help.” It is confirmed that who plays Tommy will no longer be a regular in the show. Meanwhile, Justin makes plans for the future, with or without Rebecca and Saul makes a shocking admission about Ryan Lafferty’s mother.

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There’s a surprise engagement in the finale. (Michael Ausiello)

Is there any hope for the future with Justin and Rebecca on Brothers & Sisters? There is hope! In fact, I’m hearing Justin will be down on one knee in front of his entire family before the Brothers & Sisters season finale, but could Rebecca already be on a Silver-esque downward spiral? We’ll have to wait until next season to find out. Meanwhile, any guesses on which B&S couple nearly engages in a ménage à trois? Source: Kristin on E!Online

Justin and Rebecca’s relationship will self-destruct by season’s end — right around the time Rebecca and Ryan start cohabitating. [Michael Ausiello]

Balthazar Getty will depart in April when Tommy gets into some legal trouble and skips town, but it’s the producers’ hope that he will return as an occasional guest star next season. “We intend for Balthazar to be a part of the show through its entirety,” says executive producer Monica Breen. “But to the extent that Tommy figures into the daily lives of the Walkers, that remains up for grabs.” [Michael Ausiello]

Rebecca’s loyalties between Holly and the Walkers become more divided than ever when she discovers Tommy’s plan to drive her mother out of the family business. Meanwhile Nora gets a surprise phone call from an important person in William’s past. Guest starring are Ken Olin as David Caplan, Luke Grimes as Ryan Lafferty, Nigel Havers as Roger Grant, John Rubinstein as Dr. Marc Wilson, Scott Klace as Kent Barnes, S.E. Perry as Winston, Michael B. Silver as Stu Orenbacher, John Glover as Henry Mittner and Kaitlin Doubleday as Chelsea Yeager. [ABC]

Tommy may be going bye bye on felony embezzlement charges, but the Walkers won’t just sit back and watch Holly take over the family business by herself. Word is, Sarah will peace out on Greenatopia and return to her post at Ojai Foods… where she starts hooking up with a new co-worker. [Korbi TV]

Episode 3.14: Owning It Airdate: February 8, 2009

Rebecca’s loyalties between Holly and the Walkers become more divided than ever when she discovers Tommy’s plan to drive her mother out of the family business. Meanwhile Nora gets a surprise phone call from an important person in William’s past. Guest starring are Ken Olin as David Caplan, Luke Grimes as Ryan Lafferty, Nigel Havers as Roger Grant, John Rubinstein as Dr. Marc Wilson, Scott Klace as Kent Barnes, S.E. Perry as Winston, Michael B. Silver as Stu Orenbacher, John Glover as Henry Mittner and Kaitlin Doubleday as Chelsea Yeager. Source: ABC

Rebecca makes a shocking discovery about the Walkers and turns to her father for answers; Nora gets a phone call from a person in William’s past.
Airs: 8th February 2009. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 3.15: Lost and Found Airdate: February 15, 2009

Nora decides it’s time that she connect in-person with Ryan, Rebecca disappears to find her father in New York, and Tommy’s plan to get regain control over Ojai Foods hits a major road block. Guest starring are Ken Olin as David Caplan, Luke Grimes as Ryan Lafferty, Andrea Grano as Barbara Whitaker, Jim Gleason as Walter Geary, Patty Yu as the female barrista, Subhash Mandal as the cab driver and Carole Gutierrez as the B&B owner. Source: ABC

Episode 3.16: Family Legacy  Airdate: March 1, 2009

Twenty-four hours prior to a medical emergency, Nora holds a family dinner on Sarah’s behalf. Holly takes action against Tommy as her suspicions ring true. David returns. The sitting governer of CA revokes her pledge to Robert not to run for re-election and demands his support. When Robert refuses to suspend his campaign, she vows to take him out. Trish goes into labor, but Robert’s priority remains his career and Kitty’s patience ends. Source: SpoilerFix.com

Episode 3.17: Title Unknown  Airdate: March 8, 2009

The Walkers deal with a heart-wrenching medical crisis. Reporters wonder about Robert’s political future. Source: SpoilerFix.com

Episode 3.19: Spring Broken  Airdate: March/April 2009

Tessa: Any ethnicity, to play 20-22. Gorgeous, likable and smart. She is a pre-med student who meets Justin while she is on spring break in Mexico. Unfortunately, she has a meathead boyfriend who gets very jealous when he sees her talking with Justin. Hanna/Sabrina: Any ethnicity, to play 20-22. Gorgeous and sexy, these bikini clad college students are on spring break in Mexico. They are having a great time partying and meeting Justin, Tommy and Kevin. Van: ny ethnicity, early 20s. Brawny and good looking fraternity guy. He is the boyfriend of Tessa (see above) and is a bit of a meathead. Must be muscular and built so that he intimidates Justin. Shot Stud: Any ethnicity, late 20s-early 30s. He works at the beach bar where the spring breakers party and hands out shots to them. Shot Babe: Any ethnicity, late 20s-early 30s. She works at the beach bar where the spring breakers party and hands out shots to them. Source: SpoilerTV
Episode 3.20: Missing Airdate: April 2009

As fallout from Tommy’s actions continues, Saul, Nora and Sarah team up to convince the board to drop the charges. Holly surprises the Walkers by agreeing with them. Nora prepares to open her Center, with the help of Scotty and Ellen Snyder (from 3.14). Robert reluctantly caves to pressure and asks Kitty if they can talk. Source: SpoilerFix.com

    Episode 3.21: S3X Airdate: April 2009

    Sarah reclaims her Ojai office and meets Cal, a staffer in accounting. He helps her unpack. Even in the heat of the moment, Sarah’s business savvy remains. When David, Holly, Rebecca and Ryan have dinner, David can’t help but notice Ryan’s behavior around his daughter. Scotty, Kevin and Chad share drinks. Source: SpoilerFix.com

    Brothers & Sisters – Matt Letscher with multi-episode arc

    #fullpost{display:none;}Think you’re down in the dumps about Eli Stone’s cancellation? Look at the havoc it’s about to wreak on Robert and Kitty’s marriage on Brothers & Sisters!

    Sources confirm to me exclusively that Eli’s premature demise has paved the way for Matt Letscher (a.k.a. Eli’s bro, Nathan) to join B&S for a multi-episode arc as a potential romantic interest for Kitty (Calista Flockhart).

    Letscher’s character, a recent widower, befriends Kitty during a particularly tumultuous time in her marriage. He’s scheduled to start airing in April.

    “It’s going to become a serious complication,” reveals executive producer Monica Breen, ominously.

    How serious of a complication are we talking? And how did Robert and Kitty’s relationship become so strained that it would lead her to consider straying? Stay tuned to B&S this April and you’ll find out!

    Just kidding, I’ll tell you Wednesday in Ask Ausiello. Source: EW

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    3 Comments

    1. debbie frost

       /  February 15, 2009

      Please get Holly off of that show–she is beyond annoying and Rebecca is not much better!

    2. amy

       /  February 17, 2009

      I agree with the previous post.
      Everytime Holly smiles that smug smile of hers, it makes me want to kill somebody.

    3. Kat

       /  February 18, 2009

      Holly’s character has been a thorn in my side since she entered the doors of Brothers and Sisters. Her character/storyline is so transparent. Does she have to stay because her husband, Ken Olin, is the producer of the show? She and her whining daughter, Rebecca, have caused me to TVo the show. If it means missing something when she’s in a shot, I can deal with it. And what the heck are they doing to Robert and Kitty? B&S is becoming like many shows before them, redundant in the infidelity department…just because dear old dad was a scoundrel does that have to overflow into the personal lives of his children? That’s cheesy writing, and much too easy. Isn’t it enough that Balthazar Getty literally “screwed” his character into oblivion with that tartlet, Sienna Miller? B&S had a good thing going, now it seems to be going down the tubes at my house. It was always good enough to stand on the originial premise, with some curve balls thrown in, but it’s getting boring. I do hope the powers that be realize this and corrects it before, like myself, husband, and many of our friends tune in to something less predictable…say, Food Network?

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