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All About Betrayal 

Rose tells Sage the truth about who their grandfather is, causing a confrontation between Laurel and the twins. Laurel gets more bad luck when Elyse Valencour, Miles Franklin's daughter, ... See full summary »

Director:

Ron Lagomarsino

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
JoAnna Garcia Swisher ... Megan Smith (as JoAnna Garcia)
Lucy Hale ... Rose Baker (as Lucy Kate Hale)
Ashley Newbrough ... Sage Baker
Allan Louis ... Marco Giordello
Brian Hallisay ... Will Davis
Kristina Apgar ... Lily Smith (credit only)
Anne Archer ... Laurel Limoges
Steven Culp ... Elliot Davis
Elaine Hendrix ... Elyse Valencour
Daniel Monahan Daniel Monahan ... Keith
David Monahan ... Keith
Jennifer Elise Cox ... Jennifer
Robert Buckley ... David Besser
Maggie Baird ... The Flight Attendant
Shannon McCutcheon Shannon McCutcheon ... The Sad Looking Assistant
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Storyline

Rose tells Sage the truth about who their grandfather is, causing a confrontation between Laurel and the twins. Laurel gets more bad luck when Elyse Valencour, Miles Franklin's daughter, brings a lawsuit against her for emotional distress against her father when she informs her that Miles has been hospitalized from a fatal heart attack. Sage also confides in Rose that she feels indirectly responsible for their parents death years earlier. Meanwhile, Will's father decides to start a new magazine and Megan wants to contribute to the first issue. But Megan and Will soon meet the editor-in-chief, David Besser, whom is much harder to please than anticipated. However, the strain on both Will and Megan for the same job puts a strain on their relationship. Elsewhere, Marco goes to drastic measures to win Keith back when he finds him living with his best friend Jennifer who wants to get romantically together with Keith to start a family. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 February 2009 (USA) See more »

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References Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) See more »

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