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Brothers & Sisters Episode: "Compromises"

Season 2, Episode 12
Episode Synopsis: Nora takes another look at her relationship with Isaac; Graham helps Sarah let go of her unpleasant past; Robert and Jason have an emotional encounter.
Original Air Date: Feb 17, 2008
Guest Cast Denis O'Hare: Travis March Enrico Colantoni: Evan Danny Glover: Isaac Marshall Mitch Silpa: Quinn Justine Dorsey: Sophie McCallister Christopher Allport: Gov. Michael Bryant Max Burkholder: Jack McCallister Steven Weber: Graham Finch Parvesh Cheena: Jordan Eric Winter: Jason McCallister Nicholas Gonzales: Mario
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Season 2, Episode 12
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Length: 42:24
Aired: 2/17/2008
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"Compromises" Season 2, Episode 12

There was a little bit of everybody in the show tonight. Blah blah blahpolitics. Boy do I wish Robert would pull out of the race, but I guess that's not going to happen now that he's taken Michigan. And he even did that without the governor's endorsement and sporting a gay brother. How do you like them apples? Jason confronted Robert about his sexuality being a burden on Robert's campaign and they had an (all of one minute!) fight over it. Never fear they kissed and made up by show's end. I wonder if things will go so smoothly for Saul and Milo if the implications behind a goblet of wine and good conversation shared between the absent Milo's housesitter friend and Saul are any indication of a tryst in the making. Speaking of trysts, the newly divorced Sarah hit the sheets with Graham after a drunken night of karoake spent with the uptight Kevin and Scotty's friends. The prize for best exchange of the night goes to these two. Graham attempted to rebuff a kiss from Sarah with, "You're drunk!", "I know, but I'm a grown woman and I know what I'm doing.", "Let's get out of here." Will Sarah regret her rebounding? I don't think so. Thank goodness Kevin and his uptightness is on this show he provides the best comedy on this series. "We've been spotted, quick look like we're having fun." I used to think he was funniest with Kitty, but he just sparks with anybody. More Kevin! Less David! After enough people basically called the do-nothing Rebecca a loser she adopted a sudden keen interest in photography. Enough to make David her mentor and share languorous afternoons with him sifting through old photos of her mother from way back when Holly was the love of David's life. Just how long ago was that really? The date stamped on the back of a sultry photo of Holly may have satisfied Rebecca's suspicions about the overlap of lovers in her mother's past, but seriously, nothing short of carbon dating is going to stop this girl from proving that Holly is lying about something. Shocker. Kitty's life as a stepmother was less mysterious. The kids, after a purely coincidental photo op with the senator on the eve of a big primary, come down with the flu and so too does Kitty. When is this woman not sick? It seems like very other episode she's waving a sniffly Kleenex around. Love Nora's wise advice to her, "Suck it up, Kitty". Despite the accidental porn flick and plumbing issues the senator's children are finally accepting their new stepmom. Finally, there's Nora and Isaac who while apart physically, are together in each other's hearts. The lingering question though is how long will this honeymoon last? Saul jokingly referred to the scandal that would erupt should he inform their mother of Nora's latest boyfriend. Here's to hoping we don't go down that road. While nothing much really happened this week, a lot went on and I, for one, didn't miss Tommy at all. Did you? Next week it's the Oscars so no Brother's & Sisters. Just a little warning in case the last two weeks of new episodes had you feeling hopeful for a third. Find video of Brother's and Sister with our Online Video Guide show less
There was a little bit of everybody in the show tonight Blah blah blahpolitics Boy do I wish Robert would pull out of the race but I guess thats not going to happen now that hes taken Michigan And he even did that without the governors endorsement and sporting a gay brother How do you like them apples Jason confronted Robert about his sexuality being a burden on Roberts campaign and they had an all of one minute fight over it Never fear they kissed and made up by shows end I wonder if things will go so smoothly for Saul and Milo if the implications behind a goblet of wine and good conversation shared between the absent Milos housesitter friend and Saul are any indication of a tryst in the makingSpeaking of trysts the newly divorced Sarah hit the sheets with Graham after a drunken night of karoake spent with the uptight Kevin and Scottys friends The prize for best exchange of the night goes to these two Graham attempted to rebuff a kiss from Sarah with read more

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Premiered: September 24, 2006, on ABC
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Premise: The ongoing saga of a well-to-do but down-to-earth California clan of diverse personalities, from a liberal gay lawyer to a conservative talk-show host, and how their lives change after the death of a patriarch reveals that the family business is in trouble.

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