'Brothers & Sisters': Sarah crosses party lines

On this week's "Brothers & Sisters," the Walker clan figures out who and what lines they would cross to realize their goals.

Sarah and the silver fox

Looks like Sarah has started hanging with Roy, the single dad she met last week at Paige's science fair. Sparks are flying and, oh no, somehow he got himself invited to a Walker family dinner!

Later, the entire family sees the effort Sarah is putting into dinner and realize she really likes the guy (as evidenced by the bundt cake Sarah is making).

At a PTA meeting, Sarah expresses her opposition to a proposal to search students and finds out that Roy headed the committee that suggested it. They get into an argument about it in front of the other parents and it's clear the subject isn't closed. I'm kind of hoping this doesn't work out, because I think Gilles Marini's character, Luc, should come back. Don't you?

Nora comes to pick up Sarah at school after her car won't start and Sarah feels defeated in the relationship arena after her fight with Roy. She's convinced that his hurt ego over their disagreement will keep him away from dinner that night. He ends up showing up anyway and the whole family decides to show up at the same time. Strange looks between the family run rampant.

It gets better when Roy discloses that he's republican.

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