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Book Burning 

A book that Kitty wrote gets in the way when she needs her family to show a social worker what good parents she and Robert would make. Justin is nervous about sleeping with Rebecca, and Holly decides to make her daughter a millionaire.

Director:

Laura Innes

Writers:

Jon Robin Baitz (creator), Jennifer Levin | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dave Annable ... Justin Walker
Maxwell Perry Cotton ... Cooper Whedon (credit only)
Kerris Dorsey ... Paige Whedon (as Kerris Lilla Dorsey) (credit only)
Sally Field ... Nora Walker
Calista Flockhart ... Kitty McCallister
Balthazar Getty ... Tommy Walker
Rachel Griffiths ... Sarah Walker
Rob Lowe ... Robert McCallister
Luke Macfarlane ... Scotty Wandell (credit only)
Sarah Jane Morris ... Julia Walker
Matthew Rhys ... Kevin Walker
Ron Rifkin ... Saul Holden
Emily VanCamp ... Rebecca Harper
Patricia Wettig ... Holly Harper
Cathy Ladman ... Carla Hanson
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Storyline

A social worker is coming to visit Kitty and Robert to consider their adoption application, and they invite Kitty's family to join them for dinner. But when a book that Kitty has written falls into the family's hands, they revolt against its unflattering characterizations of them. Meanwhile, Justin is nervous about sleeping with Rebecca, whereas Holly decides to make her daughter a millionaire by releasing her inheritance from William. Written by Peter Brandt Nielsen

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Genres:

Drama

Certificate:

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Quotes

Nora Walker: Robert, I understand you're feeling protective. But this is between Kitty and us.
Robert McCallister: No, tonight is about Kitty and me. It's not about anybody else. All you needed to do was keep your opinions to yourself for two hours!
Nora Walker: We tried.
Robert McCallister: Well, you didn't try hard enough. Look, I spend all my time dealing with spoiled, self-centered politicians, and tonight I feel like I never left D.C.!
Nora Walker: Well, we aren't politicians, Robert, we're human beings, and we don't know how to hide our feelings and pretend everything ...
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Connections

References The Brady Bunch (1969) See more »

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Something Good This Way Comes
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Written and performed by Jakob Dylan
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 October 2008 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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