Who do you trust? That was the question on many of Brothers & Sisters' characters in this episode. Kevin was having trouble trusting new boss Robert (and vice versa), Kitty put doubts in the mind of her potential birth mother, Rebecca was unsure if she trusted Justin enough to say the old, "L word," Sarah didn't know how much faith she could put in her new business associates and Nora tried make George Lafferty see that he could trust in her family if he decided to tell Ryan the truth. Of course, there were other characters who couldn't be trusted at all. Who were they? Let's find out.<
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. - The Complete Series
James Bond fans, new and old, behold: a TV series (and DVD set) after your own heart. This release, handsomely packaged in an attaché case, features all 105 episodes of the Golden-Globe winning series that combined foreign spying with 1960s cool like no other show. Starring Robert Vaughn and David McCallum (who's still going strong on NCIS), the unlikely partners approached every case and in their own wacky, tongue-in-cheek style, attempted to thwart the plots of THRUSH, both stateside and abroad.
The 41-disc set features ...
Cesar Millan, Barack Obama
As President-elect Barack Obama noted in his acceptance speech Tuesday, he and his family will be bringing a new puppy with them to the White House. The question is, what kind of pooch will become First Dog?
Cesar Millan, star of the National Geographic Channel's Dog Whisperer, has a few suggestions ...
Melissa Etheridge is putting her (tax) money where her mouth is.
Responding defiantly to the passage of California's Proposition 8, the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter suggested in a blog post on The Daily Beast that she will not pay her state taxes in protest of the gay-marriage ban, People reports.
Etheridge writes ...
Sarah Jessica Parker
Carrie Bradshaw might ask: Can you find true love on the big screen twice? Fans no doubt hope so.
But while talk of a Sex and the City sequel has run wild since the fabulous ladies from HBO's hit series stormed cineplexes last May (and intensified even more recently), star Sarah Jessica Parker says ...
Dylan McDermott has landed the lead in The Line, TNT's new drama pilot from Jerry Bruckheimer.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the series focuses on a squad of undercover LAPD officers who do their job while battling the allure of easy, dirty money. McDermott, who won an Emmy for his work as Bobby Donnell on The Practice, will play ...
Peter and Bobby Farrelly
Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk.
MGM has breathed new life into Peter and Bobby Farrelly's Three Stooges pet project, one that the duo had been working on with Warner Bros. for nearly five years. According to Variety, the Farrellys will polish the original script they wrote with Michael Cerrone and direct the film, which is set for a Nov. 20, 2009, release.
Peter Farrelly said he and his brother will make sure the flick ...
Fox TV Studios is teaming with several international broadcasters to produce Defying Gravity, a 13-episode adventure drama series starring Office Space star Ron Livingston.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Fox will join Canada's CTV, Germany's ProSieben and the BBC to produce Gravity, a series from creator/exec producer James Parriott (Grey's Anatomy). The show is set in the near future and revolves around eight astronauts ...
King of the Hill
King of the Hill may no longer have a future at Fox, but that doesn't mean the animated series can't rule elsewhere on TV.
Variety reports that ABC may be interested in picking up the recently-cancelled King to pair with its upcoming animated comedy The Goode Family, which just so happens to come from King of the Hill's executive producers Mike Judge, John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky.
ABC likely hopes an established animated hit like King would ...
In this episode, many of the Walkers (or Walkers-in-law) were keeping secrets that, of course, were eventually aired, for better or worse. Nora tried to keep the truth from Kitty as she drug her along on a mission to find the Lafferty family, Robert lied to Kitty about his "surprise trip to Washington," Rebecca tried to surprise Justin by getting Kevin and Tommy to come support his one year anniversary of sobriety and Sarah's potential employers lied about the status of their new company. Plus, Nora got one step closer to revealing the secret evils of William Walker to yet another unsuspecting family. Which of these lies caused trouble and which worked themselves out? Let's see!