Kevin hopes to make partner at the law firm, but he may be about to lose his biggest account. Justin and Rebecca try to conceal their new relationship from the family. And the news spreads that William Walker had another son.

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Glass sculptures and family ties break apart as the Walkers spend a weekend in Laguna Beach, in a mansion owned by Kevin's boss. Kevin hopes to make partner, but decisions at Ojai may be about to lose him his biggest account. Sarah fails to write the letter of recommendation that Kitty needs for her adoption application. Justin and Rebecca try to conceal their new relationship from the family. And the news spreads that William Walker had another son. Written by Peter Brandt Nielsen

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Sarah Walker: Is Kitty still up?
Robert McCallister: You know, she's had a pretty tough day. I think maybe you ought to talk to her tomorrow.
Sarah Walker: She's that furious?
Robert McCallister: She's that hurt.
Sarah Walker: Right. I really want to fix this up. She's my sister, I love her, obviously.
Robert McCallister: Nobody can slide the knife between the ribs quite like the people who love us.
Sarah Walker: Yeah... You're not going to let me off the hook here, are you?
Robert McCallister: Is that what you came for?
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the first of the season
29 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The first episode of Brothers and sisters was awesome. i strongly recommend seeing it. it had a great beginning and as well as a great ending, that left you in suspense. my favorite park was when Nora (Sally Feild) went into Holly's office (Patricia Wettig) and threw in here face that William Walker did have another child, a boy named Ryan, and that since that is true then that means Holly (Patricia Wettig) might be fired from the Walker family business.this scene left me and probably other viewers speechless. another thing i liked about this episode is that it focused more on Justin (Dave Annable) and Rebecca's (Emily VanCamp)relationship. i like the fact that the family now knows. this episode states that this season is going to be great.


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