Brothers & Sisters Season Finale Spoilers: 3.24 ‘Mexico’

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

Balthazar Getty returns for the season finale of Brothers & Sisters this Sunday, but the family is actually going down to Mexico to find him. (What, no swine flu warnings in Walker-land?) After many weeks missing, Robert McCallister (Rob Lowe) has finally helped Nora Walker (Sally Field) track Balthazar’s character, Tommy, south of the border, but sadly he might not be ready to be found. Nora thinks he’s in a cult, and in true Walker fashion, everyone has to come running to see what’s going on. So is the lost Walker really brainwashed? Check out the sneak peeks below with additional spoiler bonuses to get the answer. Plus, find out which Walker couldn’t care less about Tommy and which Walker is on the way to a divorce.

Spoiler Bonus: You didn’t really think Tommy was in a cult, did you? Nope, he’s actually doing very good things in Mexico, like fixing fountains and building new water systems.

Spoiler Bonus: Kitty (Calista Flockhart) and Robert’s marriage is in trouble. If it weren’t for Kevin’s help, they’d already be divorced. As we reported earlier, they’re actually going to reconcile, but it will take a lot of work.

Spoiler Bonus: Is Tommy really shamed? For once, Nora is right. Tommy is actually in Mexico trying to become a better man for his family. So despite the Walkers coming to bring him home, he’s not leaving Mexico anytime soon.

Spoiler Bonus: Did you notice the one Walker who didn’t go running in for a hug? Yeah, Kevin is still not too pleased that Tommy went on the lam, leaving Kevin and Justin as accessories to aiding and abetting a criminal.

Are you happy Tommy is back for the finale, or were you glad when he took off in the first place?

“Mexico” airs this Sunday at 10 p.m. on ABC.

Source: E!Online

Brothers and Sisters – Episode 3.24 – Mexico – Promotional Photos

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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

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: Mexico
See 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

‘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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Ghost Whisperer Episode Recap 4.22 ‘Endless Love’

‘Ghost Whisperer’ jumps on the vampire fad bandwagon

Source: Zap2it.com Recaps

This week on “Ghost Whisperer“, one of Ned’s high school friends has herself a serious sleepwalking problem, an absentee father, and a ghost who wants to be a vampire. Doesn’t everyone lately though?

Ned’s friend Serena is a teensy bit forgetful lately, and it might be because she’s got a crazy sleepwalking problem that leaves her covered in clay. She’s also being trailed by a ghost with strange bloodshot eyes and receiving gifts of plumeria flowers and sphinx moths in her locker at school, which supposedly means something spooky. When she confronts another guy, Jonathan, about the flowers and the sleepwalking, he’s bolts, but is immediately enveloped by chalk dust. Ooo. Scary chalk dust!

Meanwhile, Melinda tries to help Serena by approaching her mom, played by the awesome Gail O’Grady. We’re not even past the credits when she explains her ghost gift. That might be a new record. Melinda thinks the ghost might be protecting Serena from something or someone. Turns out Serena’s dad is cheating.

That evening, Serena comes to see Melinda, and asks if the dead person is real – she knows she’s being haunted by a guy – but she doesn’t really want them to leave. But she doesn’t seem to realize that it’s a ghost, and when told that by Melinda, she flees. Melinda calls Eli, who recounts all of the weirdnesses about Serena, just as Zoe the voodoo expert professor walks by. She says the sleepwalking, clay, flowers, moths, and dust all add up to vampires.

That evening, Serena wakes up completely covered in wormy clay, and starts apologizing to the fluttering curtains for blabbing about him to Melinda.

So, a ghostly vampire! Vampires who live and love forever, unlike Serena’s father. After a quick Internet search, they find Andrew, a high schooler who recently died of a blood disease. He’s no Edward Cullen, but he’s trying hard to be for Serena. Serena wasn’t aware that he died, but they were close. Serena thought Jonathan was the vampire, but Melinda explains that Andrew is a ghost, and the one who has been stringing her along with the vampire lore clues.

That evening, Andrew shows up in Melinda’s dreams, disguised as Jim. He tells Melinda that she cheated death once, and it doesn’t mean that she will again. Not really sure that dream was about the Andrew situation; Melinda still has a price to pay for getting Jim back. When she wakes up, Andrew is there, and he says that he’ll have Serena, one way or the other. The next day, Andrew lures Serena out of her house with the promise that she could see him again.

He leads her to his family’s mausoleum, surrounded by red clay and sphinx moths. She says she’s lonely, and doesn’t want to be lonely anymore. He pushes the door open for her, explaining that they’ll be together soon if she goes in. Before she runs out of air, Melinda arrives to confront Andrew and explains that what he’s doing to Serena isn’t love. He leads her to the mausoleum just in time, and after reuniting with her parents, who are going to give their own relationship a second chance, Andrew explains that Serena’s loneliness must be addressed before he heads into the light. The wormy bed isn’t mentioned, but boy, it should have been because that’s no way to show affection either. And was the cemetery they used right out of a Buffy set or what? This episode actually did some very nice psychotherapy on teenagers and the latest version of the pop culture fascination with vampires. .

On a happier and less wormy note, there’s a wedding to plan and a big baby bump too. And now, technically, Melinda has two mother-in-laws to deal with since they’re inviting Jim’s mom. It looks as though the wedding is next week, on the season finale, along with some other good stuff.  Bring on the spooky.

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