Lowe on Love on 'Brothers and Sisters'

Romance was apparent on the Brothers & Sisters season premiere, in the guise of Justin (Dave Annable) and Rebecca's (Emily VanCamp) engagement. There was also a lot of love and support from the Walker family as they held a party for the happy couple. However, they're not the only ones getting some good vibes on this year of the hit ABC series.

On an interview with CBS News, actor Rob Lowe hinted at other romances in store for the show's characters. Of course, he couldn't help commenting on Robert McCallister's relationship with his wife Kitty Walker, portrayed by actress Calista Flockhart.

The 45-year-old star revealed that Kitty and Robert are definitely headed for something better in their marriage. I'm thinking this has something to do with Kitty's so-called condition, which was supposedly revealed in the premiere titled "The Road Ahead."

After a season of trouble last year - from adopting a baby and Robert's heart attack to Kitty's discontinued affair - there's bound to be good news for these two. Well, sort of.

"Last season was the study of a disintegration of a marriage and we begin this year worlds apart," Rob Lowe said. It seemed unlikely that these two would end up together after all the trouble they experienced last season. Then again, romance must be infectious on Brothers and Sisters.

After the big bad news of Kitty's illness is revealed, the Walkers are going to stay together to support her. There's no doubt husband Robert will be behind it all, and beside his wife throughout.

"It's going to be what they needed to try to put the pieces back together ... and pretty romantic," Lowe went on. Well, if a catastrophe doesn't bring these two together then we're not sure what will. It's good to hear they're veering away from the path of divorce, because then they wouldn't be setting a good example for Justin and Rebecca, would they?

Catch Brothers and Sisters every Sunday on ABC.

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