It was time to watch some fighting again with the Walker family this week. In episode 104 of “Brothers and Sisters” which aired on ABC at 10 pm ET on November 7, 2010 there was a bit of fighting to watch between family members. It seemed like almost family member was fighting with someone. Here is a quick synopsis of what happened on “Brothers and Sisters” this past week:
Justin – “Can He Get Over His Past Love?”
Justin meets someone new while bringing Holly to the hospital for help in her memory recovery. Holly shows Justin it is okay to move on in love. Justin also helps David to stop using and to understand that he still needs to be there for Holly. David realizes that there is still hope with Holly.
Scotty and Kevin – “Will They Make-Up?”
Page needs help with her debate speech for the debate tournament. She tries to play peacemaker, and put Scotty and Kevin back together again. Scotty and Kevin learn valuable lessons about themselves. They try to move past Scotty’s cheating on Kevin and begin again. Page is proud of herself for getting them back together.
Kitty and Sarah – “Hey Mom, We are Fighting Again!”
Kitty and Sarah realize they need to do more in their life. They both think about going into business together. They fight over the past, and they both go attack their mother for things she said. Nora, their mother, attacks back. Nora tells them basically that she is out of it, and they need to both clean up their own mess which is what they both do. Kitty and Sarah decide not to go into business together. Sarah takes over her mother’s media company that she works for and technically becomes her boss.
Nora – “Getting Rid of the Band-Aids”
Nora is the mother of the Walker clan. She tries very hard to keep the Walker family close, but this week she is just plain tired. After her daughters attack her at her company’s photo shoot she blows up. A new guy in her life named Karl that she met in the office gives her great advice. It makes her ponder about her role in her kid’s life. She decides that she is tired of trying to “band-aid” her kids all the time. It is time for them to do it on their own.