Bratři a sestry
Brothers & Sisters
Ken Olin, Michael Morris, Michael Schultz, Bethany Rooney, Laura Innes, Gloria Muzio, David Paymer, Matthew Rhys, Michael Lange, Matt Shakman, Richard Coad, Tucker Gates, Fred Toye, Jason Moore, Sandy Smolan, Chad Lowe, Jonathan Kaplan, Allison Liddi-Brown, Lawrence Trilling, Robert Lieberman, David Petrarca, Karen Gaviola, Tom Amandes, Jeff Melman, Eli Craig, Michael Mayers
Jon Robin Baitz, David Marshall Grant, Molly Newman, Michael J. Cinquemani, Clifford Olin, Sherri Cooper-Landsman, Monica Breen, Alison Schapker, Brian Studler, Michael Foley, Peter Calloway, Jennifer Levin, Jason Wilborn, Geoffrey Nauffts, Liz Tigelaar, Marjorie David, Sarah Goldfinger, David Babcock, Marc Halsey, Stephen Tolkin, Veronica West, Greg Berlanti, Craig Wright, Daniel Silk, Josh Reims, Nancy Won, Matt Donnelly, Gina Lucita Monreal, Marc Guggenheim, Jennifer Cecil, Beth Schwartz, Sarah Kucserka, Jessica Mecklenburg, Marti Noxon, Emily Whitesell, Benjamin Kruger, Mark B. Perry, John Kazlauskas, Chely Wright
Blake Neely, Rosey
Suzanne Geiger, Ken Olin, Sparky Hawes, Greg Berlanti, Michael Morris, Molly Newman, Sarah Caplan, Nicole Carrasco, David Marshall Grant, Stephen Judge, Monica Breen, Alison Schapker, Sherri Cooper-Landsman, Jennifer Lence, Michael Foley, Jennifer Levin, Liz Tigelaar, Jon Robin Baitz, Josh Reims, Nancy Won, Craig Wright, David Babcock, Sally Field, Sarah Kucserka, Carl Ogawa, Stephen Tolkin, Veronica West, Clifford Olin, Marjorie David, Marc Guggenheim, Sarah Goldfinger, Jennifer Cecil, Mark B. Perry, Jessica Mecklenburg, Emily Whitesell, Marti Noxon
Dave Annable - Justin Walker (110 episodes 2006-2011), Calista Flockhart - Kitty McCallister (110 episodes 2006-2011), Rachel Griffiths - Sarah Walker (110 episodes 2006-2011), Ron Rifkin - Saul Holden (110 episodes 2006-2011), Patricia Wettig - Holly Harper (110 episodes 2006-2011), Sally Field - Nora Walker (109 episodes 2006-2011), Matthew Rhys - Kevin Walker (109 episodes 2006-2011), Balthazar Getty - Tommy Walker (92 episodes 2006-2011), Kerris Dorsey - Paige Whedon (91 episodes 2006-2011), Luke Macfarlane - Scotty Wandell (89 episodes 2006-2011), Maxwell Perry Cotton - Cooper Whedon (82 episodes 2006-2011), Rob Lowe - Robert McCallister (78 episodes 2006-2010), Emily VanCamp - Rebecca Harper (75 episodes 2007-2010), Sarah Jane Morris - Julia Walker (65 episodes 2006-2009), Gilles Marini - Luc Laurent (35 episodes 2009-2011), Luke Grimes - Ryan Lafferty (35 episodes 2009-2010), Ken Olin - David Caplan (30 episodes 2007-2011), John Pyper-Ferguson - Joe Whedon (29 episodes 2006-2008), Denis O'Hare - Travis March (12 episodes 2007-2009), Peter Gerety - Dennis York (11 episodes 2009-2010), Isabella Rae Thomas - Olivia (10 episodes 2011), Emily Rose - Lena Branigan (10 episodes 2007-2008), Marika Dominczyk - Tyler Altamirano (10 episodes 2006-2011), Mark Ricks - Evan McCallister (10 episodes 2010-2011), Josh Hopkins - Warren Salter (9 episodes 2006), Jason Lewis - Chad Barry (8 episodes 2007-2009), David Burke - Jack Bishop (8 episodes 2006), Roxy Olin - Michelle McGregor (8 episodes 2007-2011), Steven Weber - Graham Finch (8 episodes 2007-2008), Daniel Oshionebo - Evan McCallister (8 episodes 2010), David Oshionebo - Evan McCallister (8 episodes 2010), Tom Skerritt - William Walker (7 episodes 2006-2009), Ryan Devlin - Seth Whitley (6 episodes 2010-2011), Nigel Havers - Roger Grant (6 episodes 2009-2010), Eric Christian Olsen - Kyle DeWitt (6 episodes 2008-2009), Paul Cassell - Gary Morris (6 episodes 2007), Will McCormack - Ethan Tavis (6 episodes 2008-2009), Danny Glover - Isaac Marshall (6 episodes 2007-2008), Jay Huguley - Whit Peyton (6 episodes 2006), John Terry - Dr. Karl West (5 episodes 2010-2011), Beau Bridges - Nick Brody (5 episodes 2011), Matthew Settle - Jonathan Sellers (5 episodes 2006), Odette Annable - Annie (5 episodes 2010-2011), Jon Tenney - Dr. Simon Craig (5 episodes 2009-2010), Richard Chamberlain - Jonathan Byrold (5 episodes 2010-2011), Eric Winter - Jason McCallister (5 episodes 2007-2008), Justine Dorsey - Sophie McCallister (5 episodes 2007-2009), Matt Letscher - Alec Tyler (5 episodes 2009-2010), Amy Aquino - Dr. Joan Avadon (5 episodes 2009-2010), Jeremy Davidson - Jack Randall (4 episodes 2010), Treat Williams - David Morton (4 episodes 2006), John Apicella - Frank (4 episodes 2010), Edwina Findley Dickerson - Jill (4 episodes 2011), Keri Lynn Pratt - Amber Trachtenberg (4 episodes 2006), Jay Karnes - Roy Scovell (4 episodes 2010), Peter Coyote - Mark August (4 episodes 2007), Sonja Sohn - Trish Evans (4 episodes 2008-2009), Shawn Michael Patrick - Jordan Lisco (4 episodes 2006), Max Burkholder - Jack McCallister (4 episodes 2007-2009), Luc Charbonnier - Ben (4 episodes 2009), Tyler Posey - Gabriel Whedon (4 episodes 2006-2007), Evan Jones - Dan (3 episodes 2011), Cara Buono - Rose (3 episodes 2011), Michael Nouri - Milo Peterman (3 episodes 2007), Marion Ross - Ida Holden (3 episodes 2007-2010), Laura Jordan - Fawn (3 episodes 2006), Mitch Pileggi - Browne Carter (3 episodes 2008), Jayne Brook - Bertha Wandell (3 episodes 2008-2011), Michael O'Keefe - Wally Wandell (3 episodes 2008-2009), John Aylward - Joe Rawling (3 episodes 2010), Marin Hinkle - Courtney McCallister (3 episodes 2007-2011), Denzel Whitaker - Carter (3 episodes 2009), Tymberlee Hill - Vanessa (3 episodes 2008-2009), Emil Beheshti - Aide Waisman (3 episodes 2007-2008), Cheryl Hines - Buffy McCreary (3 episodes 2010), Shelley Robertson - Lynda (3 episodes 2007-2010), Chris Flanders - Steve (3 episodes 2007-2010), Gayla Johnson - Janet (3 episodes 2008-2009), Maia Danziger - ER Nurse (3 episodes 2008-2009), S.E. Perry - Winston (3 episodes 2008-2009), Sonia Braga - Gabriela Laurent (2 episodes 2010-2011), Bobby Soto - Mateo Paresa (2 episodes 2010), Cristine Rose - Dean Danielle Whitley (2 episodes 2010-2011), Romy Rosemont - The Counselor (2 episodes 2007), Michael Beach - Noah Guare (2 episodes 2006), Robert Kazinsky - Dr. Rick Appleton (2 episodes 2011), Pedro Pascal - Zach Wellison (2 episodes 2011), Zeb Newman - Steve Cohen (2 episodes 2007), Margot Kidder - Emily Craft (2 episodes 2007), J. Grant Albrecht - Joe Corvus (2 episodes 2010), Victoria Garcia-Kelleher - Helen (2 episodes 2010), Ryan Michelle Bathe - Noreen (2 episodes 2007), David Andrews - George Lafferty (2 episodes 2008), Joe Morton - Peter Madsen (2 episodes 2009), Marty Ryan - Mike (2 episodes 2008), Kay Panabaker - Young Kitty Walker (2 episodes 2010), Parry Shen - Dan Silk (2 episodes 2007), Michael Adler - Doug Manning (2 episodes 2008), Patrick St. Esprit - Bill Stanton (2 episodes 2010), Michael Hyatt - Dr. Katherine Cortez (2 episodes 2010), Paula Rhodes - B-Movie Victim (2 episodes 2008-2009), Michele Greene - Governor Eve Kern (2 episodes 2009), Cotter Smith - Gordon Alexander (2 episodes 2009), Marguerite Moreau - Ginny Lawford (2 episodes 2010), Susan Santiago - Vanessa (2 episodes 2007), Tyrees Allen - Dr. John Massey (2 episodes 2009), Jim Jansen - Governor Clay Adamson (2 episodes 2007-2008), Garry Marshall - Major Jack Wiener (2 episodes 2007), Michael B. Silver - Stu Orenbacher (2 episodes 2008-2009), Matthew Kimbrough - Professor James Gray (2 episodes 2009-2010), Jim Gleason - Walter Geary (2 episodes 2009), Angela Sargeant - Gladys (2 episodes 2006-2009), Kristina Lear - Dr. Pat Michaels (2 episodes 2009), Kasey Campbell - Young Kevin Walker (2 episodes 2010), Marie Michel - Desk Attendant (2 episodes 2011), Chevy Chase - Stan Harris (2 episodes 2007), Marley Barth - Elizabeth Walker (2 episodes 2009), Kulap Vilaysack - Gail (2 episodes 2008), Adam Trahan - Young Brody (2 episodes 2011), Holly Maples - Moderator (2 episodes 2008), Spencer Barth - Elizabeth Walker (2 episodes 2009), Kaitlin Doubleday - Chelsea Yeager (2 episodes 2009), Jennifer Weston - Nurse Jennifer Murphy (2 episodes 2009), Parvesh Cheena - Jordan (2 episodes 2008), Trease Baker - Elizabeth Walker (2 episodes 2009-2010), Pamela Shaddock - Board Member #1 (2 episodes 2008-2009), Alice Evans - Dr. Evans (2 episodes 2010-2011), Andrea Grano - Barbara Whitaker (2 episodes 2009), Leah Ford - 19 Rok Old Nora (2 episodes 2011), Guillaume Dabinpons - Pierre (2 episodes 2011), Maura Soden - Dr. Barbara Riley (2 episodes 2008-2009), Michanne Quinney - Secretary (2 episodes 2009), Julien Michel - Jean Claude Laurent (2 episodes 2011), Adria Johnson - Aide (2 episodes 2009), Preston Davis - Boy #2 (2 episodes 2010), Andres Arellano - Michel (2 episodes 2011), Christopher J. Hanke - Marcus (1 episode 2010), Debra Monk - Alexandra Kirby (1 episode 2010), Deirdre Lovejoy - Marissa Crandall (1 episode 2011), John Benjamin Hickey - Major Guinness (1 episode 2006), Jeanette Brox - Claire Feller (1 episode 2007), Jessica Parker Kennedy - Angie (1 episode 2010), Nancy Linari - Older Woman #1 (1 episode 2010), Michael Gross - Edward LeMonde (1 episode 2011), Caroline Aaron - Elise (1 episode 2007), Darren Pettie - Daniel Cole (1 episode 2007), Eric Pierpoint - Stanley Hancock (1 episode 2007), Susan Sullivan - Miranda Jones (1 episode 2007), Susan Blakely - Celia Calmartin (1 episode 2010), Brianne Davis - Vanessa (1 episode 2010), Sara Erikson - Kimberly (1 episode 2010), Tisha French - Judge (1 episode 2010), Brian Gattas - Zeke (1 episode 2010), Terry Walters - Lacy (1 episode 2010), Robbie Amell - Young William (1 episode 2011), Stephanie Lemelin - Berklee Makowska (1 episode 2011), Joan McMurtrey - Doctor (1 episode 2007), Brock Cuchna - Waiter (1 episode 2010), Naja Hill - Clerk (1 episode 2010), Jeanette Miller - Louise (1 episode 2010), Sarah Rafferty - Gloria Pierson-Davenport (1 episode 2010), Regina Saldivar - Young Gabriela (1 episode 2010), Nicole Smolen - Layla (1 episode 2010), Tanya Soler - Luciana (1 episode 2010), Dale E. Turner - Judge (1 episode 2010), Barry Gordon - Rabbi (1 episode 2011), Julia Murney - Kendra (1 episode 2011), Jeanette O'Connor - Shirley (1 episode 2011), Chris Sheffield - Young Brody (1 episode 2011), Douglas Spain - Brian Garcia (1 episode 2011), Ron Canada - Brigadier General Hendrix (1 episode 2006), Laraine Newman - Lyla (1 episode 2006), Joel Grey - Dr. Jude Bar-Shalom (1 episode 2007), Perry King - Curtis Jones (1 episode 2007), Robert Michael Morris - Lawrence Magill (1 episode 2007), Dave Foley - Paul (1 episode 2008), Deidrie Henry - Dr. Williams (1 episode 2008), Cathy Ladman - Carla Hanson (1 episode 2008), Sophina Brown - Bitsy Fairbank (1 episode 2010), Randy Evans - Bartender (1 episode 2010), Aaron Krebs - Busboy (1 episode 2010), Emily Chang - Sexy Nurse Kel (1 episode 2011), Anita Finlay - Judge Marsha Forrrest (1 episode 2011), Christine Garver - Young Nora (1 episode 2011), Robert Maffia - Policeman (1 episode 2011), Scot Zeller - Hans (1 episode 2011), Meredith Baxter - Margaret Packard (1 episode 2006), Elaine Kagan - Judge Driscoll (1 episode 2006), Ned Bellamy - Cutler Weeks (1 episode 2007), Sasha Craig - Maya (1 episode 2007), Pat Destro - Bonnie Hancock (1 episode 2007), Michael Gallagher - Manager (1 episode 2007), D.W. Moffett - Michael Pellington (1 episode 2007), David Clayton Rogers - Jon Lewis (1 episode 2007), Bill Smitrovich - Ben Ridge (1 episode 2007), Enrico Colantoni - Evan (1 episode 2008), Kim Rowe - Lab Tech (1 episode 2008), Cloie Wyatt Taylor - Vicki (1 episode 2008), Tom Virtue - Dr. Bob Feldman (1 episode 2008), Rick Worthy - Officer Collins (1 episode 2008), Corey Mendell Parker - Adam (1 episode 2009), Brandi Burkhardt - Kevin's Wife (1 episode 2010), Stephen Collins - Charlie (1 episode 2010), Jean St. James - Mrs. Powell (1 episode 2010), Christopher Thornton - Aaron (1 episode 2010), Dee Freeman - Kate Lawson (1 episode 2011), Paul Ganus - Handsome Man (1 episode 2011), Scott Haven - Umpire (1 episode 2011), Jenny Phagan - TSA Agent (1 episode 2011), Janet Carroll - Sloane Dodelson (1 episode 2006), Nasser Faris - Dr. Bernard Kruger (1 episode 2006), Stana Katic - Karen Wells (1 episode 2006), Nicki Micheaux - Michele Rokwood (1 episode 2006), Chris Owen - Taylor the Clerk (1 episode 2006), Kimberly Atkinson - Amy (1 episode 2007), Stephon Fuller - Video Editor (1 episode 2007), Tess Harper - Beth Ridge (1 episode 2007), Barbara Eve Harris - Carla Brown (1 episode 2007), Lyle Lovett - Himself (1 episode 2007), Lawrence Mandley - Sgt. Herrell (1 episode 2007), Tom McGowan - Luther Reeves (1 episode 2007), Emilio Rivera - The Sponsor (1 episode 2007), Josh Stamberg - Cliff (1 episode 2007), Irene White - The Staff Member (1 episode 2007), Ken Howard - Boyd Taylor (1 episode 2008), Michelle Ongkingco - Dawn McCarty (1 episode 2008), Evie Peck - Gail (1 episode 2008), John Prosky - Ron Robinson (1 episode 2008), Andrea Savo - Snack Bar Cashier (1 episode 2008), Karl T. Wright - Alan Simms (1 episode 2008), Rob Zabrecky - The Auctioneer (1 episode 2008), Susan Chuang - Dr. Debra Cho (1 episode 2009), John Glover - Henry Mittner (1 episode 2009), Desiree Hall - Tessa (1 episode 2009), Randee Heller - Karin (1 episode 2009), Irene Roseen - Anya (1 episode 2009), Cooper Thornton - Felix Newsome (1 episode 2009), Sunkrish Bala - Lewis (1 episode 2010), Alfred De Contreras - Mateo's Dad (1 episode 2010), Dominic Flores - Chuck (1 episode 2010), Cody Longo - Young Tommy Walker (1 episode 2010), Vera Miao - Counselor (1 episode 2010), Preston Strother - Narrator (1 episode 2010), Julia Vera - Mateo's Abuela (1 episode 2010), Jake Broder - Brian's Attorney (1 episode 2011), Ann Marie Lee - Trisha (1 episode 2011), John Berg - University President (1 episode 2006), David Cheaney - Caterer (1 episode 2006), Maya Hazen - Amy Chang (1 episode 2006), Brent Jennings - Officer Dunnigan (1 episode 2006), Jordan Baker - Dr. Sara Toni (1 episode 2007), Martha Boles - Melanie Cox (1 episode 2007), Jordi Caballero - Mario (1 episode 2007), Jenna Elfman - Lizzie Jones-Baker (1 episode 2007), Hutchi Hancock - Party Staffer (1 episode 2007), Phill Lewis - Dr. Peter Edwards (1 episode 2007), Meghan Lynch - Dawn (1 episode 2007), Délé Ogundiran - Waitress (1 episode 2007), Eamonn Roche - Neil Burke (1 episode 2007), Kevin Daniels - Sam (1 episode 2008), Viola Davis - Ellen Snyder (1 episode 2008), Nicholas Gonzalez - Mario (1 episode 2008), B.C. Halifax - Anthony Lewis (1 episode 2008), Billy Kelly - Man (1 episode 2008), Bruno Oliver - Lab Technician (1 episode 2008), Ned Vaughn - Michael Gradstein (1 episode 2008), Cassandra Braden - Nurse (1 episode 2009), Christina Chang - Professor Jane Condon (1 episode 2009), Frank Gallegos - Pablo (1 episode 2009), Todd Julian - Van (1 episode 2009), Maxim Knight - Seth (1 episode 2009), Subhash Mandal - Cab Driver (1 episode 2009), David Purdham - Barry Henderson (1 episode 2009), Tucker Albrizzi - Kid Playinig Tybalt (1 episode 2010), David Denman - Brent Lewinsky (1 episode 2010), Colin Egglesfield - Young William Walker (1 episode 2010), Susan Grace - Nurse Andrea Osborn (1 episode 2010), Kathe Mazur - Ann Waterman (1 episode 2010), Dave Monahan - Brad Lepage (1 episode 2010), Burl Moseley - Campaign Manager (1 episode 2010), Tim Ransom - Human Resources Representative (1 episode 2010), Jordan Steele - Julianne (1 episode 2010), Trieste Kelly Dunn - Lori Lynn (1 episode 2011), Helen Eigenberg - Mona (1 episode 2011), Dylan Mooney - Doorman (1 episode 2011), Holly Walker - Judge's Assistant (1 episode 2011), Robert Foxworth - Harry Packard (1 episode 2006), Steven Anderson - Officiant (1 episode 2007), Joyce Brew - Monica (1 episode 2007), David Carmon - Classmate #1 (1 episode 2007), Naz Deravian - Dr. Colleen Singh (1 episode 2007), Pamela Dunlap - Patricia Bower (1 episode 2007), Erik Alexander Gavica - Drug Dealer (1 episode 2007), Sonya Leslie - Private 1st Class Mandeville (1 episode 2007), Kathryn Meisle - Alice Webb (1 episode 2007), Khanya Mkhize - Melissa (1 episode 2007), Shi Ne Nielson - Spa Worker (1 episode 2007), Danny Parker-Lopes - Delivery Guy (1 episode 2007), Christopher Allport - Governor Michael Bryant (1 episode 2008), Topher Brattain - Theater Patron #1 (1 episode 2008), Ann Cusack - Jamie (1 episode 2008), Jesse Henecke - Chris Ward (1 episode 2008), Chase Kim - Waiter (1 episode 2008), Thomas Kopache - Berkeley Goldschmidt (1 episode 2008), Dana Lee - Simon Lao (1 episode 2008), Doug Purdy - Sean Spicer (1 episode 2008), Deprise Brescia - Shot Babe (1 episode 2009), David Brisbin - Senator Wade Newman (1 episode 2009), Michael Edwin - McCallister Employee #1 (1 episode 2009), Cheryl Francis Harrington - Dr. Ruth Gibson (1 episode 2009), Jay Knowlton - Grady (1 episode 2009), Michael Kostroff - Realtor (1 episode 2009), Caroline Lagerfelt - Jane (1 episode 2009), Martin Morales - Bartender (1 episode 2009), Regis Philbin - Regis Philbin (1 episode 2009), Elayn J. Taylor - Mrs. Goldberg (1 episode 2009), Patty Yuniverse - Female Barista (1 episode 2009), Bre Blair - Ms. Nadine (1 episode 2010), Scott Michael Campbell - Young Dennis York (1 episode 2010), John Ross Clark - Judge (1 episode 2010), Kendall Clement - Supervisor (1 episode 2010), Crista Flanagan - Stacy Hodges (1 episode 2010), Emily Hahn - Margaret Hartley (1 episode 2010), Nathan Keyes - Sam (1 episode 2010), Wayne Lopez - Pedro (1 episode 2010), Michael Merton - Heckler (1 episode 2010), Malcolm Foster Smith - Police Officer (1 episode 2010), Tina Huang - ER Doctor (1 episode 2011), Tammi Cubilette - Waiter #2 (1 episode 2006), Michael Dempsey - Ed (1 episode 2006), Ruben Garfias - Henry Martinez (1 episode 2006), Judith Moreland - Dr. Kate Allenby (1 episode 2006), Dougald Park - Patrick (1 episode 2006), Robert Pescovitz - Rabbi Rothholtz (1 episode 2006), Suzanne Whang - Carly (1 episode 2006), Skylar T. Adams - Second Male Soldier (1 episode 2007), Tom Choi - Steward (1 episode 2007), Kate Connor - The Waitress (1 episode 2007), Michael Durrell - Judge Howard Chandler (1 episode 2007), Mary Ann Jarou - Hostess (1 episode 2007), Carol Kiernan - Cousin Margaret (1 episode 2007), Joseph Lim Kim - Phil (1 episode 2007), Jerry Lambert - Officer Phipps (1 episode 2007), Christine McLain - Nurse (1 episode 2007), Rachel Montez Minor - L.A. Babe (1 episode 2007), Susan Pari - Sparky (1 episode 2007), James Ritz - Wallace (1 episode 2007), Judith Shekoni - Hostess (1 episode 2007), J.J. Soria - Garret Perez (1 episode 2007), Barbara Allyne Bennet - Female Customer (1 episode 2008), Ramon De Ocampo - Spencer Travis (1 episode 2008), M.J. Karmi - Cynthia Carter (1 episode 2008), Andy Mackenzie - Flatline Jack (1 episode 2008), Dave Matos - Reporter #1 (1 episode 2008), Mitch Silpa - Quinn (1 episode 2008), Hilary Ward - Theater Patron #2 (1 episode 2008), Cristián de la Fuente - Cal (1 episode 2009), Megan Follows - Maggie Stephens (1 episode 2009), Matt Gallant - The Reporter (1 episode 2009), Carole Gutierrez - B&B Owner (1 episode 2009), Toby Holguin - The Bus Driver (1 episode 2009), Chaim Jeraffi - Retreat Guest (1 episode 2009), Paul Keeley - James Friedman (1 episode 2009), Scott Klace - Kent Barnes (1 episode 2009), Liz Laird - Nurse (1 episode 2009), Adrian Quinonez - Shot Stud (1 episode 2009), Barry Ratcliffe - Auctioneer (1 episode 2009), Kelly Ripa - Kelly Ripa (1 episode 2009), Dustin Cyril Robles - Man (1 episode 2009), Ellery Sprayberry - Girl (1 episode 2009), Jim Turner - Interviewer (1 episode 2009), Jim Cantafio - Officiant (1 episode 2010), Karl Christian - Marvin Kruger (1 episode 2010), Richard Doyle - Benjamin Wright (1 episode 2010), Justin Henry - Dr. Lewis (1 episode 2010), Andre M. Johnson - Sheriff Angelo (1 episode 2010), Arlene Martel - Elegant Grandmother (1 episode 2010), Summer Perry - Angel (1 episode 2010), Chip Sickler - Cameraman #2 (1 episode 2010), Anna Wood - Young Sarah Walker (1 episode 2010), Jennifer Delaeo - Sky (1 episode 2011), Jesse D. Goins - Andrew Karas (1 episode 2011), Ingrid Walters - Leah (1 episode 2011), Bradley White - Minister Mike (1 episode 2011), Hemky Madera - Worker (1 episode 2006), Kevin T. McCarthy - Christmas Tree Man (1 episode 2006), Alex Reznik - Doctor (1 episode 2006), Tyson Turrou - Waiter #1 (1 episode 2006), Roz Witt - Attendant (1 episode 2006), Ryan Bailey - Hotel Employee (1 episode 2007), Linda Bisesti - Tailor (1 episode 2007), Shvona Lavette Chung - Waitress (1 episode 2007), Mark Harari - Instructor (1 episode 2007), Amy Motta - Lexie (1 episode 2007), Kim Murphy - Donna Jones (1 episode 2007), Mario Piccirillo - Pedro (1 episode 2007), Sky Soleil - Officer Monroe (1 episode 2007), Zachary Stockdale - Male Soldier (1 episode 2007), Diva Zappa - Classmate #2 (1 episode 2007), Kathryn Zenna - Cousin Catherine (1 episode 2007), Rose Abdoo - Miss Clara (1 episode 2008), Terry Bozeman - Board Member #1 (1 episode 2008), Treisa Gary - Reporter #2 (1 episode 2008), Dierdre Holder - Board Member #2 (1 episode 2008), Alan Toy - Trent (1 episode 2008), Phil Abrams - Harold Wallace (1 episode 2009), Traber Burns - Judge Arthur Gray (1 episode 2009), Tracey Heggins - Monique (1 episode 2009), Joe Holt - Jeffrey (1 episode 2009), Deborah Knox - Loan Officer (1 episode 2009), Patricia Martínez - Spring Break Girl (1 episode 2009), Joe O'Connor - Harvey Childs (1 episode 2009), Dileep Rao - Arlo Natterson (1 episode 2009), Mario Revolori - Eduardo (1 episode 2009), John Rubinstein - Dr. Marc Wilson (1 episode 2009), Amol Shah - Paramedic (1 episode 2009), Jeanne Syquia - College Girl (1 episode 2009), Michael Christian Alexander - Cameraman #3 (1 episode 2010), Khamani Griffin - Alex (1 episode 2010), Andre Kincaid - Employee (1 episode 2010), Mickey Maxwell - Deputy (1 episode 2010), Shaun Russell - Security Guard #1 (1 episode 2010), Brandon Saario - Waiter (1 episode 2010), Allison Weintraub - Alison (1 episode 2010), Cantrell Harris - Michael (1 episode 2011), Seema Lazar - Bartender (1 episode 2011), Ruby Lewis - Jade (1 episode 2011), Alexander Agate - Josh Wong-Bates (1 episode 2006), Alejandra Flores - Rosa (1 episode 2006), Luise Heath - Alexandra Troy (1 episode 2006), James Hornbeck - Harry Dodelson (1 episode 2006), Yesenia Adame - Martena (1 episode 2007), Eileen Barnett - Judge (1 episode 2007), Juan Carlos Cantu - Diner's Owner (1 episode 2007), Clint Carmichael - Ken Baker (1 episode 2007), Sulekha Ebelle - Hostess (1 episode 2007), Cade Olivas - Little Kid (1 episode 2007), Benjamin Patterson - Masseur (1 episode 2007), Adrian N. Roberts - State Trooper (1 episode 2007), Greta Sesheta - Store Clerk (1 episode 2007), Michael Shannon - Tom Burgess (1 episode 2007), Toni Torres - Female Soldier (1 episode 2007), Al Coronel - Brad (1 episode 2008), Carmen Corral - Maggie Lewis (1 episode 2008), Geoffrey Wade - Board Member #3 (1 episode 2008), Kim Delgado - Businessman (1 episode 2009), Leslie Karpman - Hanna (1 episode 2009), Sarah Lilly - D.A. (1 episode 2009), Brian Lloyd - Sven (1 episode 2009), Jeff Lorch - Jeffrey (1 episode 2009), Patrick Pankhurst - Panel Chairman (1 episode 2009), Stella Stahl - Senator's Aide (1 episode 2009), Leonard Wu - Christopher Chao (1 episode 2009), Elena Campbell-Martinez - The Housekeeper (1 episode 2010), Stacy Highsmith - Woman (1 episode 2010), Hugh B. Holub - The Judge (1 episode 2010), Ericka Kreutz - Trudy (1 episode 2010), Tyler Neitzel - Young Aaron (1 episode 2010), Damon Dayoub - Firefighter (1 episode 2011), Stephen Bishop - Rick (1 episode 2006), Ryan Eggold - Randy Stewart (1 episode 2006), Diego Villarreal Garcia - Shawn (1 episode 2006), Cecelia Antoinette - Nurse (1 episode 2007), Duffy Dibley - Doug Jones (1 episode 2007), Brandon Fobbs - Nick (1 episode 2007), Chris W. King - Doug (1 episode 2007), Bella Shaw - Reporter (1 episode 2007), Cheryl Tsai - Waitress (1 episode 2007), Steven Zales - Kip Rogers (1 episode 2007), Anderson Goncalves - Private John Jimpson (1 episode 2008), Tamara Gorski - Yvonne Kalo (1 episode 2008), Andy Hoff - Aaron Ziven (1 episode 2008), Wylie Small - Connie Robinson (1 episode 2008), Alex Ball - Steve (1 episode 2009), Camila Greenberg - Sabrina (1 episode 2009), Beth Kennedy - Dr. Flackett (1 episode 2009), Tom Lommel - Karl (1 episode 2009), Stefan Marks - Photographer (1 episode 2009), Caroline Rich - Court Clerk (1 episode 2009), Darwin Harris - Security Guard #2 (1 episode 2010), Jamison Jones - Henry's Dad (1 episode 2010), Heather Long - Moderator (1 episode 2010), Nick Nordella - Kid (1 episode 2010), Garrett Backstrom - Andrew (1 episode 2011), Brennan Bailey - Boy (1 episode 2011), Tabitha Morella - Pretty Girl (1 episode 2011), Michael Canavan - David Silver (1 episode 2006), Jamie Martz - Dan (1 episode 2006), Annie McKnight - Mail Woman (1 episode 2006), Jim Anzide - Waiter (1 episode 2007), Jack Ritter - Ken Jr. (1 episode 2007), Jason Singer - Manager (1 episode 2007), Dana Snyder - Office Worker (1 episode 2007), Cassius Willis - Secret Service Agent (1 episode 2007), Wendy Carter - Lucy (1 episode 2009), Henry Dittman - Date #3 (1 episode 2009), Leila Yavari - Josette (1 episode 2009), Susan Carol Davis - Dance Teacher (1 episode 2010), Tanner Maguire - Henry (1 episode 2010), Boo Arnold - Male Hotel Guest (1 episode 2006), Kathleen M. Darcy - Loan Officer (1 episode 2006), Darcy Rose Byrnes - Gwyneth (1 episode 2007), Alejandro Cardenas - Waiter (1 episode 2007), Jozef Fahey - Cleaver teen (1 episode 2007), Christian Keyes - Bouncer (1 episode 2007), Alexandra Staden - Juliet (1 episode 2007), Christine Avila - Anita Lewis (1 episode 2008), Howard S. Miller - Senior Partner (1 episode 2008), Laura Holloway - Guest (1 episode 2009), Brenda Schmid - Kimberly (1 episode 2009), Dan Watkins - Patrick Shuman (1 episode 2010), Diane Kim - Female Hotel Guest (1 episode 2006), Michelle Noh - Michelle (1 episode 2006), Sophia Rachel Garcia - Nicole (1 episode 2007), Bryan Krasner - Roger Jones (1 episode 2007), Taylor Saracho - Sexy teen (1 episode 2007), Jack Sydow - Old Professor (1 episode 2007), Vinny Chhibber - Waiter (1 episode 2008), Dane Garretson - Potential Recruit (1 episode 2008), Dylan Larsen - Young Justin Walker (1 episode 2010), Elina Madison - Stephanie Jones-Reed (1 episode 2007), Diego J. Torres - Mike (1 episode 2007), Mathias Alvarez - Bartender (1 episode 2008), Adam Pilver - Messenger (1 episode 2008), Lizzie Prestel - Paralegal (1 episode 2008), Ingrid Coree - Secretary (1 episode 2009), Darryl Alan Reed - Dr. Bob Stanton (1 episode 2009), Steve Spel - EMT (1 episode 2009), Nick Wall - Senator McCallister's Aid (1 episode 2009), Betty Buckley - Iva March (1 episode), Dan Futterman - Jonathan Sternfeld (1 episode), Gage Golightly - Paige Traylor (1 episode), Peter Horton - Warren Salter (1 episode), Jonathan LaPaglia - Bryan March (1 episode), Marta Martin - Callie (1 episode), Jimmy 'Jax' Pinchak - Teddy Traylor (1 episode), Holly Harris - Medical Student (uncredited) (2 episodes 2009), Alan Mueting - Charity Benifit Guest (uncredited) (2 episodes 2009), Sean Hampton - Waiter (uncredited) (1 episode 2006), Adam Jones - Military Attorney (uncredited) (1 episode 2006), Jef Travis - Waiter (uncredited) (1 episode 2006), Jeffrey Ashkin - Valet (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), David E. Brown - Senators Staff Member (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), Joelle ten Damme - Angela (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), Gina Fricchione - Woman at Cemetery (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), John Clint Mabry - Amputee Veteran (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), Oliver Macready - DB (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), David Paymer - Donald Dudley (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), Phillip Sanchez - Mr. McCallister (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), Hugh Capron - Young Student (uncredited) (1 episode 2008), Steve Dargan - AA Meeting Participant (uncredited) (1 episode 2008), Tony Devon - Nick Bronson (uncredited) (1 episode 2008), Ed Moy - Chinese Businessman (uncredited) (1 episode 2008), Alyssa Bartholomew - Waitress (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), James Bearb - Banquet Guest (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Macee Binns - Lawyer (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Keith Carr - Van's Friend (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Kate Clark - Arlow's Girl (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Rick L. Dean - Bar Patron (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Jacob Diamond - Restaurant Patron (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Marc Gruninger - Office Worker (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Marc Halsey - Marc (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Ryan Hellquist - Keg Stand Dude (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Norma Jean - Lawyer (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Azmyth Kaminski - Retreat Hippy (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Emiko King - Yoga Girl (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Laura Liguori - Barista #2 (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Ming Lo - Dr. Katz (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Jaclyn Lyons - Young Associate (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Joseph O'Brien - Wine Festival Attendee (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Matt O'Neill - Coffee Shop Patron (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Alex Parlar - Dr. Eli Weisenberg (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Susan Pinckney - Reporter (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Bob Ross - Event Judge (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Anne B. Scott - ER Nurse (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Lei'lah Star - Park Kid (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Allan Yates - Guy with Beard (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Kennedy Barnett - Student (uncredited) (1 episode 2010), Anne Betancourt - Mrs. Alarcon (uncredited) (1 episode 2010), Kathryn Bostic - Pianist (uncredited) (1 episode 2010), Chris Boyer - Chris (uncredited) (1 episode 2010), B.J. Bugert - (uncredited) (1 episode 2010), Clark Gilmer - Waitress (uncredited) (1 episode 2010), Tina Mirka - Jill (uncredited) (1 episode 2010), Jake Morgan - Airport Passenger (uncredited) (1 episode 2010), Renee Santos - Tow Truck Dispatcher (uncredited) (1 episode 2010), Philippe Badreau - French Family Member (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Todd Bouldin - Adoption Fair Parent (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Olivia Presley - Bar Patron (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Jared A. Robinson - Lion's Right Fielder (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Mark Roman - Wedding Guest (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Tai Urban - Orphan at Fair (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Paul Walling - Jonathan (uncredited) (1 episode 2011)
Tento americký seriál ako vystrihnutý z dnešného uponáhlaného života od tvorcov Kena Ollina a Johna Robina nás zavedie do rodiny, v ktorej zomrel otec William Walker ( Tom Skeritt) a to práve počas oslavy – na ktorej sa zúčastnila celá rodina . Títo pozostalí – bratia a sestry sa teraz musia z jeho smrťou vyrovnať a postaviť sa na vlasné nohy. Smrť Williama Walkra však odhaľuje doteraz netušené tajomstvá.
- Série 1: 0. Unaired Pilot.
- Série 1: 1. Patriarchy (2006). Kitty Walker returns home to California after having been estranged from her mother for three years; she also has a job offer and a marriage proposal to consider. Meanwhile, William Walker has brought his daughter Sarah into the family business, where she soon discovers some glaring financial discrepancies that could undermine the Walker family's way of life.
- Série 1: 2. An Act of Will (2006).
- Série 1: 3. Affairs of State (2006).
- Série 1: 4. Family Portrait (2006). Sarah and Joe both face a big challenge when they discover that something may be wrong with their daughter, Paige. Kitty finds herself torn between two men, Justin begins his new job, Kevin gets jealous after seeing Scotty with another guy, and Nora suspects that Saul has feelings for Holly.
- Série 1: 5. Date Night (2006). In an effort to move on from her husband's death, Nora goes on a date with carpenter David Morton, but things don't go quite as well as she had planned since they bump into Saul having dinner with Holly. Kitty decides to go on a very awkward double-date with Jonathan, Warren and intern Amber, and Kevin connects with Scotty on their date together. Elsewhere, Sarah is finding it difficult to deal with Paige's diabetes injections but Justin helps her overcome her fears.
- Série 1: 6. For the Children (2006). The Walker children all plot to get out of attending the yearly benefit Nora forces them to go to every year, with the excuse that the company can't afford the table. But Nora still guilt trips Sarah into writing a check for 35,000 dollars by telling her it's her one chance a year to have a perfect family night. Tommy finds that he is sterile - a devastating blow because he and Julia are trying to get pregnant. Joe accidentally lets it slip to Nora that the company is in trouble, and Nora goes on a mission to get information. Kitty asks Warren to go as her platonic date to the benefit, but he says he is seeing someone. Kevin asks Scotty to attend with him, but Scotty is working the event as a waiter and a fight ensues when Kevin offers to pay for him to attend instead. Justin asks his boss Tyler to attend with him but forgets to tell her to wear black. Sarah finally tells Kitty how bad the problems with the company are.
- Série 1: 7. Northern Exposure (2006). Nora suggests that everyone spend a last weekend at the ranch house, which has to be sold to help the business. None of the children is interested in being cooped up with 'the family' for a weekend, though. Nora asks David to help her retrieve a special wood panel from the house -- it contains the growing-up marks she recorded for the last 20 years. Soon after they arrive, the rest of the family all drop in, having expected to have the place to themselves. It's at the dinner that Tommy and Julia let slip that Tommy is sterile and has been turned down by Kevin for a sperm donation.
- Série 1: 8. Mistakes Were Made: Part 1 (2006). Justin gets a letter from the US military requesting that he go back to Afghanistan. His resolve to stay clean is shaken by the letter which eventually leads him to overdose after getting fired by Tyler and the ending of their relationship. Kevin tries his hardest to win back Scotty but he keeps getting it wrong. Elsewhere, Nora prepares for a date with David and Sarah uncovers some shocking information which leads to the breaking of the password on William's locked accounts.
- Série 1: 9. Mistakes Were Made: Part 2 (2006). Nora continues to reminisce about the days immediately following 911 while Justin recovers from his OD. Kitty attempts to use influence with a Senator to get Justin out of the army. Tommy, Sarah and Kevin road trip to the Nevada desert to check on a piece of land that their father owned.
- Série 1: 10. Light the Lights (2006). Sarah, Tommy and Saul discover that Holly owns 1/3 of the Nevada land. They attempt to undermine her and buy her out for far less than the actual value of the property. Paige is concerned that God has not heard her prayers and cured her diabetes and thinks that getting in touch with her Jewish heritage might help. Nora goes overboard in teaching the young girl about Judaism and Hannukah. Witt offers Kitty a show revolving around her and tells her of his plans to phase Warren out. She considers accepting the Senator's job offer. Kevin represents Justin at a hearing attempting to get Justin a 3 month stay before reporting for duty.
- Série 1: 11. Family Day (2007). Holly, now a shareholder at Ojai Foods, tells Saul, Sarah and Tommy that she wants an office and a job. They are reluctant, but give in when Holly tells them she will sell her stock to competitors if they do not give in to her demand. Not to be undone Nora comes to work as well. Sarah and Tommy put the two together in one office. Holly proposes that Ojai buy a vineyard and start making wine. Kitty is still considering the job offer from Sen. McCallister despite Kevin's opposition because of the Senator's stand on gay marriages. Sarah catches Gabe sneaking vodka out of the house and she and Joe disagree on how to handle the situation. Kitty accepts the job from the Senator. Justin is in rehab and all of these conflicts and frustrations pour out at Justin's group family therapy session.
- Série 1: 12. Sexual Politics (2007). Kitty contacts a dating service when everyone on the Senator's staff think she and McCallister are an item. Kevin meets an actor at the gym and the two really hit it off, but confusion sets in when he tells Kevin he's not gay while all the signals are saying he is. Sarah and Joe try to have a fun night out to put some laughter back in their marriage, but parenthood calls. Julia's pregnancy makes her very easily aroused and Tommy, though delighted at first, soon begins having a difficult time keeping up with her. Nora tries Kitty's dating service as well, and the results for both women have them deciding to swear off men and dating.
- Série 1: 13. Something Ida This Way Comes (2007). The family plans to throw Nora a surprise 60th birthday party, but the surprise is on them when Nora and Saul's mother Ida arrives unannounced. The party will be a big bash with about 40 guests attending and lots of liquor, but things start going wrong fast. Sarah, the chief planner, comes down with the flu and is forced to delegate her responsibilities to Kevin... who doesn't want them. Tommy gets Justin out of rehab for the party but learns that in order for Justin to attend, alcohol must be banned. Sarah had unknowingly ordered a Medieval theme instead of 'MidLevel' and her and Joe's sex tape makes an unwelcome debut at the party. Kitty asks the Senator to attend and he charms Nora and slowly begins making romantic headway with Kitty.
- Série 1: 14. Valentine's Day Massacre (2007). A series of morning-after phone calls leads us into a flashback of the day before, Valentine's Day. Kitty goes fundraising with Robert, finds out they are raising money for a presidential run and eventually stops fighting his romantic inclinations. Chad's girlfriend sets Kevin up with another man, and Kevin accepts in order to make Chad jealous, but the other man turns out to be Scotty. Justin gets a phone call from Tyler and decides on a bold gesture. Holly's bid to have Ojai purchase a vineyard has conflict brewing at the firm. And Nora tries to have a little fun and ends up in jail.
- Série 1: 15. Love Is Difficult (2007). Tommy struggles to come to terms with his role at the family firm, and as he thinks back to conversations with his father he becomes convinced that he is meant for something more. Sarah and Joe see a marriage counselor, but talking doesn't seem to help. Chad tells Kevin he has broken up with his girlfriend and wants a real relationship with him. And Kitty is upset by an opinion poll carried out by the Senator's office - because it's about her.
- Série 1: 16. The Other Walker (2007). Holly's daughter's return to Los Angeles makes Saul reveal to Nora that William was Rebecca's father. Nora is hurt for being kept in the dark, and the revelation causes strong reactions in the family. The news puts Justin on the edge, and he comes to realize he can't commit to Tyler while he is still recovering. A web tabloid publishes a picture of Chad and Kevin together, and Kevin thinks he can help Chad maintain his privacy. When Sarah meets Rebecca, she thinks of a way to get back at Holly for the hurt she has brought into her life.
- Série 1: 17. All in the Family (2007). Justin's revelation that he has been spending time with his new half-sister Rebecca prompts Nora to invite her to dinner with the family. When Tommy talks about possibly getting a paternity test done for the twins he and Julia are expecting, Kevin considers his options for establishing Rebecca's paternity for certain. Chad, tired of fighting about not being able to open about their relationship, invites Kevin to a movie premiere, but it's Kevin who has second thoughts. Robert's children are in town, and he introduces them to Kitty at a dinner full of mixed emotions. And Nora is using a writing class to confront her feelings about her husband and his lies.
- Série 1: 18. Three Parties (2007). Three parties and a coming out: Encouraged by her friend Emily, Nora asks out her creative writing teacher and ends up the center of attention of his cocktail party. Kitty goes on a weekend trip to Senator McCallister home town of Castroville, California, to interview locals for a campaign video. Sarah joins her, and they end up drunk at a high school kegger. Justin goes to a party with Rebecca and discovers she is seeking the same drug-induced escape that he has been trying to leave behind. Kevin loses faith that Chad will ever allow their relationship to be out in the open, but Chad surprises him.
- Série 1: 19. Game Night (2007).
- Série 1: 20. Bad News (2007).
- Série 1: 21. Grapes of Wrath (2007). It's time for the opening of Tommy and Holly's winery, but in light of Holly's role in her marriage problems Sarah does not plan to come. This prompts her brothers and sisters to consider whether they should stay away as well, especially Kitty, who has some relationship repairing to do after retracting her spontaneous marriage proposal. Nora takes the opportunity to invite Mark to join her for the weekend, but ends up in a spirited fight with Holly.
- Série 1: 22. Favorite Son (2007).
- Série 1: 23. Matriarchy (2007). The family decides to throw an engagement party for Kitty and Robert against Kitty's protests, and Robert's family turns out to be a handful. Kevin meets Jason McCallister while planning the party, and they make progress on their otherwise strained relationship. Saul meets an old, recently divorced friend, who tells him he has come out of the closet. Nora and Kitty fight about Kitty moving out of the house, but Nora's thoughts are with Justin, who is trying to spend time with his brothers and sisters before going to Iraq. Nora refuses to say goodbye, and when Justin is called up for duty early, he decides to leave goodbyes behind.
- Série 2: 1. Home Front (2007). By the end of summer, Nora has not heard from Justin in three weeks and struggles to cope in spite of her efforts to be brave. Kitty takes a break from the presidential campaign to be with her family, and they insist on taking her out on her birthday. Julia hasn't left the house since the death of her newborn, and Tommy isn't sure how to help her. Kevin has spent the summer happy with Jason, but then Jason gets a mission from his bishop - in Malaysia. Sarah has sex with Joe, but what does it mean to each of them?
- Série 2: 2. An American Family (2007). Justin returns from Iraq after an attack on his unit, but with severe injuries in his leg. Nora wants to help him as much as she can, but that may be too much. Sarah asks Joe to move back home, but he is ready for a divorce. Kitty calls in to a conservative radio talk show and causes Robert all kinds of trouble. An old friend of Rebecca's gets a job at Tommy's winery.
- Série 2: 3. History Repeating (2007). Justin's leg continues to cause him extreme pain, jeopardizing his recovery. Nora and Rebecca mount a campaign to get him to take medication, knowing they risk him becoming addicted again. Tommy comes home to find Julia's parents visiting, and the result is that she decides to take their baby back to Arizona for a while with her parents -- seems she cannot get over blaming Tommy for the death of their daughter's twin brother. Scotty shows up in Kevin's office looking for a lawyer to defend him in a DUI case, which rekindles the friendship they once had. Kitty visits Robert's ex-wife who plans to go on the Larry King show to talk about her suspicion that Robert had an extra-marital affair while they were married.
- Série 2: 4. States of the Union (2007). Kitty invites Sarah to a spa on her wedding anniversary with Joe, and Nora tags along. Justin is tempted to relieve his pain as best he knows how, and he lies to Rebecca about taking additional painkillers. Scotty sees Saul with Milo at a gay cocktail party, and Kevin confronts his uncle. Tommy is desperate about Julia leaving town and finds comfort in his employee, Lena.
- Série 2: 5. Domestic Issues (2007).
- Série 2: 6. Two Places (2007). Kitty brings in an old acquaintance to help handle her pregnancy's impact on Robert's campaign. They plan a quick wedding, but Kitty's first sonogram brings difficult news. Justin goes to a bar with Rebecca and Lena, and Rebecca calls Justin out on his new drug habit. Kevin finds out Scotty is having money troubles and asks him to stay with him for a while. Paige doesn't respond well to her parents' new custody arrangement and ends up running away from home.
- Série 2: 7. 36 Hours (2007). Rebecca reveals Justin's painkiller addiction to the family. They stage an intervention and all join in to help him detox. Robert is on the campaign trail, but when a contributor is exposed as corrupt he becomes unsatisfied with his staff. Kitty waits at home to announce she wants to try to have a child again. Saul, feeling uncomfortable about his role in the family, finally tells his sister he was once in love with another man.
- Série 2: 8. Something New (2007). Holly advises Rebecca to be herself around the Walkers, which actually works. Now part of the wedding party, Rebecca prompts Kitty to stand up and not compromise on her special day. Sarah is wooed professionally and considers branching out overseas. Nora contacts her first love via email and resumes their friendship. Julia comes back to Tommy, and the tension at work builds following his office flirtation. Kevin and Scott become closer.
- Série 2: 9. Holy Matrimony! (2007). Kitty and Robert get married amid the turmoil created when the news of Tommy's infidelity makes the rounds within the family. Isaac tries to stop the news surrounding Robert's military record from being leaked to the media. Kevin gets the cold shoulder from Robert's family for dumping Jason, and Scotty isn't too sure that Kevin is actually over Jason anyway. Nora's old flame burns out and a mysterious man from Holly's past shows up at the winery after the ceremony.
- Série 2: 10. The Feast of Epiphany (2008). Revelations about Robert's actions in combat hit his campaign hard, but Isaac comes up with a plan. Nora invites her children to dinner along with Isaac, who she has feelings for. During the evening, the news of Tommy's affair spreads, eventually also to Julia. Jason McCallister is coming home and asks to see Kevin. Rebecca meets David, Holly's lover from the past, and feels a connection.
- Série 2: 11. The Missionary Imposition (2008). Jason returns from Malaysia and comes to see Kevin, and Scotty shows up with dinner. Sarah goes to San Francisco with Graham Finch to secure a deal with a Chinese businessman. Tommy and Julia have trouble forgiving each other's missteps, and Lena comes to a crossroads in her relationship with Justin. Nora goes on a date with Isaac.
- Série 2: 12. Compromises (2008). Robert McCallister is competing in the primaries for the Republican presidential nomination, and the pressure is getting to him. Kitty brings in his brother and children to give him a break from campaign rallies. Sarah gets her divorce papers. Kevin takes her out to a gay bar where he hopes to convince Scotty's bohemian friends he isn't uptight. Rebecca learns about photography from David, eager to spend more time with him.
- Série 2: 13. Separation Anxiety (2008). Robert loses the final round of primaries and the chance to be president. Three months later, he and Kitty are getting help to try and have a baby, Isaac asks Nora to move to Washington with him to the astonishment of her children, and a confrontation at Rebecca's birthday party causes Rebecca to question whether Holly has been telling her the truth about David.
- Série 2: 14. Double Negative (2008). The results of Rebecca's paternity test turn her world upside down. Presidential nominee Taylor, who Robert lost to in the primaries, offers Robert his vice-presidential spot. Kitty, awaiting the results of her fertility treatments, is reluctant to go back on the campaign trail. When Scotty hurts his hand and gets a medical bill he can't pay, Kevin thinks of an easy way to get Scotty health insurance. Faced with Saul's deception at work, Sarah must decide how much she really trusts him.
- Série 2: 15. Moral Hazard (2008). Fate has much in store for the Walkers. The bankruptcy of the company Ojai has just entered into business with means the future of the family company is in jeopardy. Sarah takes the blame even though Saul approved the deal without her consent, and Nora insists they go to Tommy and Holly for help. Justin battles the feelings that he developed for Rebecca when he learned she might not be his sister; Rebecca finally confronts her mother about the fact that she isn't. Saul crashes his car while under the influence, and he has a confession to make. And what can Kevin do to make it up to Scotty for his unromantic marriage proposal?
- Série 2: 16. Prior Commitments (2008). Kevin and Scotty plan a quick and simple wedding, but Nora does her bit to make it special. When Scotty's parents refuse to attend, Justin and Tommy take Kevin on a road trip to go see them. Events make Kevin think back to his own relationship with his father. As the news that Rebecca is not a Walker spreads, Sarah blames Holly for misleading the family and does some digging into the past of her own. As Kitty awaits the results of her latest pregnancy test, she and Robert begin to consider other options. Justin and Rebecca come to see their relationship in a new light.
- Série 3: 1. Glass Houses (2008). Glass sculptures and family ties break apart as the Walkers spend a weekend in Laguna Beach, in a mansion owned by Kevin's boss. Kevin hopes to make partner, but decisions at Ojai may be about to lose him his biggest account. Sarah fails to write the letter of recommendation that Kitty needs for her adoption application. Justin and Rebecca try to conceal their new relationship from the family. And the news spreads that William Walker had another son.
- Série 3: 2. Book Burning (2008). A social worker is coming to visit Kitty and Robert to consider their adoption application, and they invite Kitty's family to join them for dinner. But when a book that Kitty has written falls into the family's hands, they revolt against its unflattering characterizations of them. Meanwhile, Justin is nervous about sleeping with Rebecca, whereas Holly decides to make her daughter a millionaire by releasing her inheritance from William.
- Série 3: 3. Tug of War (2008). When Tommy and Holly present a plan to refocus the family business and remove the Ojai name, it underlines the divisions at the firm. Saul quits his job, and Sarah, too, considers her position. Kevin has a chance to make partner if he can land a new account at a client dinner. But while everybody else is bringing spouses, Kevin's boss asks Kevin not to bring his. Justin starts working at an enlistment center and meets a soldier who wants to thank him for saving his life while they were both in Iraq.
- Série 3: 4. Everything Must Go (2008). Nora's plans of starting a charity organization lead her to clear out her husband's things to get more space. She enlists her children to help with a yard sale. Sarah and Tommy act like enemies after their split at Ojai, and Julia tries to bring them together. Rebecca is called out to a temp job - by her mother, who wants to reconnect with her. And Kitty's resignation forces Robert to consider her replacement.
- Série 3: 5. You Get What You Need (2008). Scotty's parents are visiting for the weekend. Kevin hopes to impress them by making partner at the law firm, but something goes wrong. Nora tries to win a grant for her charity, but the fact that her only job has been as a housewife doesn't impress anyone. Meanwhile, Sarah is struggling with her own new-found position as a full-time mother. And after finding a file on Ryan Lafferty in Holly's office, Rebecca decides to test her mother's reliability.
- Série 3: 6. Bakersfield (2008). Robert flies off to the Middle East without telling Kitty and leaves her to await a match from their adoption agency. Nora finally decides to go to Bakersfield to see George Lafferty, whose wife her husband had an affair with. Justin invites Rebecca to a meeting marking that he's been clean for a year, and Rebecca hopes to make the occasion even more special. Sarah is excited about a job interview at a young Internet company, but exactly how young is it?
- Série 3: 7. Do You Believe in Magic (2008). Kitty and Robert meet the birth mother who has agreed to give up her child for adoption. But she's a determined medical student, and Kitty questions her decision. When Kevin is confronted with allegations about Robert having an affair he discovers that his new job requires him to trust Robert more than he knew. Justin tells Rebecca he loves her, but isn't happy with her response. Julia throws Tommy a party at a house of magic, and Nora brings along George Lafferty, who is considering whether or not to tell his son about the Walkers.
- Série 3: 8. Going Once... Going Twice (2008). Scotty is promoted to head chef, and Sarah throws him a celebration dinner. Kevin accompanies Nora to an auction of houses suitable for her charity and, affected by his own recent pay cut, goes all out in trying to impress Scotty. Kitty is feeling depressed after losing out on the adoption, and Robert and her family come up with an idea to distract her. Justin, concerned about Saul's apparent loneliness, invites another gay man to the family dinner.
- Série 3: 9. Unfinished Business (2008). Nora enlists her family to do some basic demolition at the house she wants to turns into a charity center. Sarah looks for an investor for Ethan and Kyle's company, but their targeted venture capitalist turns out to be Graham Finch. Robert wants to consider having a child through surrogacy, but Kitty gets a phone call from the birth mother who previously turned them down for adoption. Holly offers Rebecca a permanent position at Walker Landing, without informing Tommy.
- Série 3: 10. Just a Sliver (2008). As always, Nora is preparing a luscious Thanksgiving dinner, but it turns out most of her children have made other plans. All plans are off when Tommy's daughter Elizabeth is rushed to hospital, and when she turns out to need a liver transplant it becomes time to reveal who her biological father is.
- Série 3: 11. A Father Dreams (2009). Kevin is still recovering from a surgery and having some delusional dreams that can affect his relationship with Tommy. Justin finally decides to leave the nest and Nora meets a man from the past. Kitty steps in for Kevin as Robert's communications chief and prepares for interviews about her upcoming book at the same time.
- Série 3: 12. Sibling Rivalry (2009). Sarah, Kyle and Ethan are preparing for an upcoming tech conference and it comes up that they will need a lot of money so that their website could be ready in time. Kitty is having a book signing but Robert and the Walkers have other plans. Tommy uses Rebecca to get Ojai back.
- Série 3: 13. It's Not Easy Being Green (2009).
- Série 3: 14. Owning It (2009).
- Série 3: 15. Lost and Found (2009).
- Série 3: 16. Troubled Waters: Part 1 (2009).
- Série 3: 17. Troubled Waters: Part 2 (2009).
- Série 3: 18. Taking Sides (2009).
- Série 3: 19. Spring Broken (2009).
- Série 3: 20. Missing (2009).
- Série 3: 21. S3X (2009).
- Série 3: 22. Julia (2009).
- Série 3: 23. Let's Call the Whole Thing Off (2009).
- Série 3: 24. Mexico (2009).
- Série 4: 1. The Road Ahead (2009).
- Série 4: 2. Breaking the News (2009).
- Série 4: 3. Almost Normal (2009).
- Série 4: 4. From France with Love (2009).
- Série 4: 5. Last Tango in Pasadena (2009). The entire Walker family, except Nora, are literally swept off their feet by the charms and tango lessons of Sarah's new lover, Luc Laurent. But Nora quickly finds that her new French houseguest is a great comfort during a very difficult time. Meanwhile, Robert puts forth his most romantic efforts to distract Kitty from cancer, and Kevin and Scotty stumble on an unexpected surrogacy candidate.
- Série 4: 6. Zen & the Art of Mole Making (2009). In the throes of chemo, Kitty is thrilled when a surprise visitor comes to town, while Sarah finally realizes that she has to tell her kids about Luc. Meanwhile, with Ryan and Rebecca's help, Holly finds a way to keep her financial future from unraveling, and Kevin and Scotty finally agree on a possible surrogate.
- Série 4: 7. The Wig Party (2009).
- Série 4: 8. The Wine Festival (2009). When Ojai's newest wine is submitted at a local festival, the family hold their breath as they wait to see if the company can be saved. Meanwhile, Justin and Rebecca harbor life-changing secrets from one another, Nora has a secret crush on a younger man, while Sarah and Luc discover that they may not be as compatible as they had hoped.
- Série 4: 9. Pregnant Pause (2009). As the wedding grows closer, Justin's resolve to stay sober is weakened as he and Rebecca harbor secrets that could make or break their relationship for good. Holly's financial crisis grows much more dire, and Sarah is consumed with worry and jealousy over Nora's newfound romance as she struggles to get over her own heartbreak from her love affair with Luc.
- Série 4: 10. Nearlyweds (2009). In typical Walker fashion, Justin and Rebecca's on-again, off-again beachside wedding plans take a shocking turn, while Tommy takes a dangerous risk to assure that his daughter is by his side.
- Série 4: 11. A Bone to Pick (2010).
- Série 4: 12. The Science Fair (2010).
- Série 4: 13. Run Baby Run (2010). For the first time since her divorce, Sarah has a new romantic interest who understands her all too well. Meanwhile, Kevin and Scotty await the outcome of their first try at surrogacy, and Kitty and Robert are once again at an impasse over politics when Kitty's friend, Buffy, steps in where she doesn't belong.
- Série 4: 14. The Pasadena Primary (2010). Robert and Nora get to work as guest chefs in Scotty's struggling restaurant to boost business, Kitty puts her idea to run for Robert's senate seat up for a Walker family vote, and Sarah reaches a point of frustration with Roy but is quickly rewarded for speaking up.
- Série 4: 15. A Valued Family (2010). The Walker family shares love and loss on Valentine's Day as Sarah rediscovers the love of her life, Kitty makes a grand but heartfelt entree in to politics with her family and new campaign manager by her side, Justin and Rebecca face the struggles of impending parenthood and Holly makes a tough decision about what to do with her shares of Ojai.
- Série 4: 16. Leap of Faith (2010). Luc's visa issues cause monumental problems for Sarah, who not only struggles with her feelings for him, but worries that she might lose him again - this time to another woman. Meanwhile, Rebecca wrestles with Justin and with herself to move on after a huge loss, Kevin discovers breaking up with Robert is hard to do, and Holly thinks she has found the hidden value of Ojai Foods.
- Série 4: 17. Freeluc.com (2010).
- Série 4: 18. Time After Time: Part 1 (2010).
- Série 4: 19. Time After Time: Part 2 (2010). As they continue to flashback to their younger days, the Walkers finally recall the shocking secret and the shameful cover-up that led to York's power play, and are forced to deal with the remorse of a tragic event. Meanwhile, Nora and Holly take an uncharacteristic trip, a la "Thelma & Louise," to search for answers about Ojai's hidden worth, and Justin and Rebecca finally get their happily ever after.
- Série 4: 20. If You Bake It, He Will Come (2010).
- Série 4: 21. Where There's Smoke... (2010).
- Série 4: 22. Love All (2010). The Walkers seem to all being going through an adjustment period, as Cooper acts out against Sarah while Luc becomes a member of the family, Justin has trouble finding the same passion for medicine that he had while serving in Iraq, and Kevin struggles with his newfound unemployed status.
- Série 4: 23. Lights Out (2010).
- Série 4: 24. On the Road Again (2010). As the Walkers try to cope with the sadness and financial ruin that lingers as a result of the closure of Ojai Foods, they discover a small ray of hope in one of William Walker's many secret investments. Meanwhile, Robert's health and the safety of his family are compromised when he finds himself in way over his head in a subversive business deal, and newlyweds Justin and Rebecca consider a trial separation.
- Série 5: 1. The Homecoming (2010). It's been a year since the Walker family was torn apart by a tragic car accident, and in a very un-Walker like fashion, everyone has been avoiding everyone else. Truths and reality only start to set in when the family is forced to come together for Justin's homecoming party: Nora tries to prepare for the party, but is not acting like the mother she used to be; Sarah is consumed with the Narrow Lake deal; Kevin has a new career as public defense attorney; Saul and Scotty are running their restaurant; and Kitty's life has become a taboo subject for everyone.
- Série 5: 2. Brief Encounter (2010). The Walkers attend a swanky launch party for Luc's underwear advertising campaign where 14-year-old Paige falls in with the wrong crowd; despite several visits from Justin, Holly still struggles to remember the things that were once most important to her; Kevin is saddled with a runaway juvenile delinquent; and just as Nora very publicly admits that she's taken a part-time job as a florist ,she's approached by a radio show producer with a job offer.
- Série 5: 3. Faking It (2010). Kitty continues her stay in Ojai, trying to reinvent herself, when she meets a handsomely rugged handyman, Jack. As Kitty fakes her persona to seem like a local, she winds up in a situation that proves that honesty usually is the best policy. Meanwhile, the rest of the Walkers are in on a little surprise birthday celebration for Sarah; what they all don't know is that Sarah has been lying to Luc about her age to appear younger.
- Série 5: 4. A Righteous Kiss (2010). Justin and Rebecca reach an impasse in their relationship; Holly has a breakdown over her inability to remember her own daughter; Sarah struggles to keep up with the Joneses when Cooper lands the lead role in "Romeo & Juliet"; Saul takes a huge risk to make a romantic connection with a dear friend.
- Série 5: 5. Call Mom (2010). Nora's motherly skills and advice catch the attention of a radio producer who invites her to audition for a new show. But when Nora follows through with the invite, she suddenly finds herself out of her league, competing with a famous personality, Dr. Alexandra Kirby. Meanwhile, as Kevin and Justin go through some life lessons of their own, Kitty heads back into the dating game with her Ojai handyman, Jack.
- Série 5: 6. An Ideal Husband (2010). Everyone in the Walker family is willing to forgive and forget Scotty's infidelity. But when the family all put their best foot forward to help them reunite, things end up in a fist fight. Meanwhile Jack is reinvigorated by being back in the city and starts to pursue new ventures, but Kitty can't seem to picture herself in this new life, and Sarah and Luc share some exciting news with the family.
- Série 5: 7. Resolved (2010). Justin suddenly takes a much more keen interest in Holly's recovery after a nurse at the hospital catches his eye; Nora's fellow radio host, psychiatrist Dr. Karl, finds his way into Nora's heart when he helps Sarah and Kitty resolve some old sisterly squabbles; and Paige helps Kevin and Scotty find forgiveness.
- Série 5: 8. The Rhapsody of the Flesh (2010).
- Série 5: 9. Get a Room (2010). Both Kitty and Nora very reluctantly make new romantic connections in unexpected places, Kevin's nerves about the adoption drive him to a disastrous bout of overindulgence, and Sarah's plans to spend one last romantic night alone with Luc go horribly awry.
- Série 5: 10. Cold Turkey (2010). With the holiday season come panic and discord in the Walker family when Nora takes a last minute getaway with Karl. Saul has a chance encounter with a past love, guest starring Richard Chamberlain as Stephen, who he believes had a lasting and very permanent effect on his life.
- Série 5: 11. Scandalized (2011). Nora's seemingly innocent date night scandalizes every couple in the Walker family, while Kitty's new relationship with Seth sparks a flurry of internet gossip and an unexpected reaction by Kitty's boss.
- Série 5: 12. Thanks for the Memories (2011). While walking down memory lane, Nora and Holly have a shocking revelation about Nora's past that may help Holly make a decision about moving away from California. Meanwhile, just as Justin and Annie begin to get comfortable in their relationship, in walks an old flame who makes Justin jealous; Kevin and Scotty reconsider becoming adoptive parents; and Saul finds forgiveness in his heart for Jonathan.
- Série 5: 13. Safe at Home (2011). The Walkers are excited when Tommy comes down for a visit, but his new girlfriend's enthusiasm for Walker family history rubs the family the wrong way.
- Série 5: 14. The One That Got Away (2011). The Walkers' plans to celebrate Valentine's Day go horribly wrong when Tommy tells Sarah about another secret that Nora has kept buried since they were kids, and Saul's hopes for a romantic evening with Jonathan are dashed by a visiting high profile food critic.
- Série 5: 15. Brody (2011). Though Nora tries her best to keep Brody at bay, she can't help but feel the long lost connection between them, and Justin reaches out to a homeless vet reluctant to accept help getting back on his feet.
- Série 5: 16. Home is Where the Fort Is (2011). Nora and Sarah fly out to Washington DC to "surprise" Evan for his birthday, but what they're really after is the truth behind Kitty's extended trip to the east coast. Meanwhile, Kevin and Scotty are thrilled to have officially signed the papers to be Olivia's parents, but the excitement quickly fades when Olivia seems a little nervous about moving in and starting a new life.
- Série 5: 17. Olivia's Choice (2011). When Olivia's brother shows up and sets out to gain custody of her from Kevin and Scotty, the Walkers struggle amongst themselves to determine what's best for Olivia.
- Série 5: 18. Never Say Never (2011).
- Série 5: 19. Wouldn't It Be Nice (2011).
- Série 5: 20. Father Unknown (2011). Parenthood is questionable for more than one member of the Walker family, as Justin keeps a closely guarded secret about the true paternal identity of one of his siblings and Scotty makes a shocking discovery that will bring a new life into the Walker family fold.
- Série 5: 21. For Better or for Worse (2011). After Sarah confronts Brody about his being her father, she decides she no longer wants him to be a part of her life or Nora's, but Nora just can't seem to let him go. Meanwhile, Olivia struggles with the new addition of baby Daniel to the family.
- Série 5: 22. Walker Down the Aisle (2011). As Sarah and Luc's nuptials approach, plans go horribly awry and the Walkers learn several surprising lessons about the real meaning of family.