Dave Annable, Sarah Jane Morris, Patricia Wettig and Emily VanCamp by Jeffrey Mayer/ WireImage.com Dave Annable, Sarah Jane Morris, Patricia Wettig and Emily VanCamp by Jeffrey Mayer/ WireImage.com

It seemed like a classic Walker family reunion as the cast of Brothers & Sisters (Sundays at 10 pm/ET, ABC) mixed and mingled at the Phoenix House Fifth Annual Triumph for Teens Awards Gala in Beverly Hills.

The group, which treats teens dealing with addiction, gave its Phoenix Rising Award to the ABC hit for the show's realistic portrayal of substance abuse. "I think what's fantastic is [that] within the show we deal with certain issues that are very current and true to form. I'm glad that the storylines we tackle are being noticed," Matthew Rhys told TV Guide before the slightly dysfunctional, but always supportive and loving TV family accepted the award.

Been missing your fix of B&S? Four episodes are on the way, with plenty of drama. A business will go south, relationships break off as others begin, and expect an answer to the are-they-or-aren't-they-siblings question surrounding Rebecca and Justin.

"There will definitely be a resolve," Emily VanCamp tells us. "But I don't know how the [audience] is going to respond. People kind of have mixed feelings about it, so it should be interesting." - Carita Rizzo