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The Fosters [Final]

I did love the father-son chat because Brandon needed that moment with his father. Callie couldn't be the only person whom he shared his feelings. I wish Brandon and Mike had more moments in this finale event.

The Fosters [Final]

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Plus, Callie has a new adventure waiting for her in LA. Jamie has a positive effect on Callie, and I wouldn't be surprised if he makes an appearance on Good Trouble. She appeared to let go and finally kissed the guy, but I don't see anything long-term happening for them.

He seems like a genuinely decent guy, and that's remarkable considering who his parents are. I'm sorry, but I'm still not feeling anything positive for Jim and Diane. Diane finally came around and asked Stef about that tattoo she was so enthralled by earlier.

Emma was committing to all of those weird Friends parallels that have been happening with some of the relationships during this finale event. She jumped on a plane and was acting like a crazy woman in love.

Corey's departure didn't mean moms didn't have anyone to parent anymore because Jude finally sat down and had a talk with them about school. It turns out Jude wasn't ready to attend college so far away from home. He needed them and their family.

The distance both physical and emotional has been killing Jude on the inside, and he didn't want to admit it to anyone. It must've made him feel weak. It makes sense though. Jude finally found a safe home filled with love after a rocky childhood. It's perfectly okay if he wasn't ready to leave that yet.

I'm happy Lena is running for State Assembly, but leaving the house feels so final to me. Shoutout to Jesus who had the perfect response to Lena when she mentioned how much she would miss all of them sitting around that table together. Dammit, they can take the table, too!

The final picture outside of it was emotional as well, and I loved the aerial shot of the house as everyone got in different cars and U-Hauls and pulled away. It's the first time we saw a great deal of the neighborhood.

Callie is finally getting adopted! I might be celebrating prematurely because, as you know, The Fosters has a tendency to really exhaust all the ways in which this adoption could go wrong, but I believe they will finally let this old storyline go and find something new to put Callie through. Her biological dad finally gets some sense and decides to agree to what Callie wanted all along. God, I am happy to move on! This adoption thing has been going on for so long that it was almost solved by Callie turning 18.

The penultimate episode ended with Brandon in the back of a cop car with Stef (Teri Polo) and Mike (Danny Nucci) and divulging to them all of the secrets that he has kept for the past 21 episodes. Tonight, the season one finale of The Fosters picks up right where we left off, and we've got your exclusive first look!

The Adams Fosters end gathered around their family table one last time, chanting Judicorn!!! at the top of their lungs. Tears sprang forward to my eyes. A final callout to their gay fans and the home we created. I heard it loud and clear.

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The final scenes of the two-hour "Many Roads" featured Graduation Day not only for Callie and Brandon, but for all of the kids: Callie went to UCSD law school, Brandon went to a film scoring program in L.A., Mariana went to MIT, Jesus went to community college, and Jude went to UCLA. propertag.cmd.push(function() proper_display('tvtime_content_1'); );

But there was another life-changing event for Brandon: He announced his engagement to girlfriend Eliza. The final three episodes will surround Brandon's wedding (he and Eliza opted for a destination event in Turks and Caicos, nice).

As you can see in the trailer above, there will be several new faces joining the show for the three-night event, including Abigail Cowen as Brandon's fiance Eliza, Robert Gant (Queer as Folk) and Susan Walters (Teen Wolf) as her parents, and Beau Mirchoff (Awkward) and Spencer List (The Bachelors) as her brothers. There's also "charismatic foster child" Corey (Dallas Young), per Entertainment Weekly, who sounds a lot like he could be the kid Lena and Stef got a call about at the end of the spring finale. propertag.cmd.push(function() proper_display('tvtime_content_2'); );

"Then the network said, 'Hey, we want to order some more episodes.' So we had to figure out what could be another finale. So I would say that we kind of have a couple different series finales. They wanted to give The Fosters a really important, special farewell, not just one episode. So we came up with this three-night special, and we were happy to do it."

It's a good thing we don't have to wait very long to find out what's going to happen to The Fosters' title family because we really need an explanation. After last week's tough episode, "Metropolis," the knocks kept coming to Brandon and Callie during the show's spring finale, "Adoption Day," on Monday night. In Brandon's case, literally. It seemed like ABC Family was trying to justify how ultimately cruel the episode was by giving the two former lovebirds at least one silver lining. Which was nice, but we're still hurting over the episode's final moments.

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