As Sarah and Luc's nuptials approach, plans go horribly awry and the Walkers learn several surprising lessons about the real meaning of family.

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As Sarah and Luc's nuptials approach, plans go horribly awry and the Walkers learn several surprising lessons about the real meaning of family. Written by ABC Publicity

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Both Luc Laurent (played by Gilles Marini) and Gabriela Laurent (played by Sonia Braga) are mother and son in the series and have both starred as Samantha Jones's (Kim Catrall) love interest in the Sex and the City series and film. See more »

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Staying in touch with the Walkers
4 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There was hope among fans when this episode aired that ABC would not cancel 'Brothers and Sisters,' and that it might return for a sixth season. After all, who was ready to say goodbye to the Walker clan? I know I sure wasn't! I would like to think there could be some special TV movies in order to resolve some of the dangling story lines in this episode. For instance, we needed to see a Nora-Brody marriage; we needed to see Kitty give birth; and we should have seen Luc's father. I also would like to have watched Justin as a father (I remember hoping that his one-night stand with Rebecca after their divorce produced a secret child). What I would really miss if we never see the Walker brood again are all the funny and bittersweet moments. And I will always think highly of the show's trademark cell phone scenes, where everyone is having a tangled conversation with each other and staying in touch like a family should.


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