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As the Walkers try to cope with the sadness and financial ruin that lingers as a result of the closure of Ojai Foods, they discover a small ray of hope in one of William Walker's many secret investments. Meanwhile, Robert's health and the safety of his family are compromised when he finds himself in way over his head in a subversive business deal, and newlyweds Justin and Rebecca consider a trial separation. Written by ABC Publicity

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16 May 2010 (USA)  »

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13 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of the better cliffhangers of 'Brothers and Sisters. After Sally Field's comic relief earlier in the episode, where she is on the campaign trail, the story definitely takes a melodramatic turn. In fact, it hits its stride, much like primetime soap cliffhangers used to do back in the 1980s.

Of course, a lot of unanswered questions are posed that will hang over Kitty and the Walkers like a Damoclean sword when the fifth season gets underway...was it an accident, or did someone try to run them off the road? And were Robert's reflexes impaired by the medication? I thought the final scenes were great, and Ken Olin did a great job directing that sequence. I don't know if I would've ended with Nora's voice shouting 'Kitty, Kitty.' I think we should've heard Kitty saying 'Robert, Robert.'

Also, the moment where Saul reveals he's HIV-positive was very well done. The story of an older generation gay man with all his own hang-ups and family conflicts represents a segment of the audience that other shows at this time were not addressing...and I think Ron Rifkin put a lot of care into those scenes.

Patricia Wettig appeared about two-thirds of the way into this episode. I was a little disappointed with her lack of screen time in the finale...and of course, we knew the character of Holly wouldn't die, because the actress' husband and son wielded considerable power behind the scenes.


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