I’m also watching “The Fosters.” I tried to like Talya and ship Brandon x Talya, but she’s just such a bitch, I can’t. I tried not to ship Brallie ‘cause I knew there had to be some rule against it, but they’re just so perfect that I have to. I’ve been trying to fight it, but I can’t anymore after the last episode. From the start, Brallie’s had my heart and Talya’s had my hate.
I sort of shipped Wyatt x Callie at first, but now I see that he can definitely bring her down a bad road, so…how about no.
The Fosters is a compelling, one-hour drama about a multi-ethnic family mix of foster and biological kids being raised by two moms. Stef Foster (Teri Polo), a dedicated police officer, and her partner Lena Adams (Sherri Saum), a school vice principal, have built a close-knit, loving family with Stef’s biological son from a previous marriage, Brandon (David Lambert), and their adopted twins, Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) and Jesus (Jake T. Austin). Their lives are disrupted in unexpected ways when Lena meets Callie (Maia Mitchell), a hardened teen with an abusive past who has spent her life in and out of foster homes. Lena and Stef warily welcome Callie into their home thinking it’s just for a few weeks, until a more permanent placement can be found.
Why should I watch it?
The Fosters is well written and the cast is very talented. It is addicting in every way. ABC Family is finally showing a true reflection of American families today. It teaches you to be yourself and that love is more important than a bloodline connection. The Fosters features a multi-ethnic family raised by a bi-racial lesbian couple. It address many problems that are usually avoided in today’s media.A bonus; the actors and actress are very attractive. You will not regret watching it.
I don’t think it aired yet, but there is more coming up. There’s some clothes coming off, and that’s good. It’s good. That’s what it is. When two people love each other, they have sex, they take their clothes off. So it just is.