Sons & Daughters (2006)

Sons & Daughters (2006)

Centered on a dysfunctional extended family, Sons and Daughters is a unique comedy with a scripted story line and mostly improvised dialog.

In the middle of this crazy family are Cameron and his wife Liz. With two young children and the recent arrival of a teenage son from Cameron’s first marriage (who is not adjusting well to his new surroundings), the couple has their hands full. Their life is complicated even more by living life in close proximity--literally and emotionally--with Cameron’s family. Cameron and Liz seem to find themselves in the middle of all the family drama.

Cameron’s sister Sharon and her husband, Don, have two teenage children. Though the couple pretends that they are happily married, the entire family (including their children) is all too aware of their emotional and sexual issues.

Jenna, Cameron’s half sister, is struggling as a single mom to raise her son Danny. Although Jenna's "bad boy" ex-boyfriend Whitey is very involved in Danny's life, he seems to be unable to remain employed anywhere, so he is unable to contribute much financially toward raising his son. Jenna has moved back in with her parents in order to ease the burden of raising her son alone.

Colleen (the siblings' mother) and Wendal (father to Jenna and stepfather to Cameron and Colleen) are extremely devoted to their adult children and their grandchildren. Not surprisingly, however, they have issues of their own. Colleen is uptight and incredibly judgmental, and though deeply in love with her husband of 25 years, she is sometimes restless in her marriage. Wendal is very loving toward all of three of the kids, raising and loving them as if they were all his own, but still struggles with the varied relationships he has with his extended family members.

At the end of the day, this group of characters is committed to each other and, whether despite their eccentricities or because of them, they love each other in their own peculiar ways, portrayed wonderfully by a talented group of actors in this quirky family comedy.

Episode Info

Final: 1x11 -- Paige Returns

Max GailMax Gail
As Wendal Halbert
Dee Wallace StoneDee Wallace Stone
As Colleen Halbert
Fred GossFred Goss
As Cameron Walker
Gillian VigmanGillian Vigman
As Liz Walker
Trevor EinhornTrevor Einhorn
As Henry Walker
Alison QuinnAlison Quinn
As Sharon Fenton
Jerry LambertJerry Lambert
As Don Fenton
Randy WayneRandy Wayne
As Jeff Fenton
Eden SherEden Sher
As Carrie Fenton
Amanda WalshAmanda Walsh
As Jenna Halbert


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1x5: Family Finance. recap: In need of money Cameron asks to borrow it from his sister Sharon, trying to avoid having to ask his mom who usually loans money with strings fully attached. Sharon is so honored that Cameron came to her first that when her husband Don says they can't help Cameron Sharon goes to their mom to borrow the money so she can in turn give it to Cameron. However it turns out that Sharon has unknowingly picked up on her mothers ways and the money she gives Cameron has a few strings of it's own. When Cameron and his mom find out what has really happened, Cameron is angry that the money came from his mother and his mother is angry to learn where her money really went... read more.

1x3: Film Festival recap: Jenna is frustrated when older brother Cameron refuses to realize that she has grown up. Don continues rehearsing for his big break in the upcoming local play, reciting his only line over and over trying to find the perfect inflection... read more.
Recurring Guests

Nick Shafer as Danny Halbert (8 eps)
Christine Lakin as Sydney (2 eps)
Joseph Hart (1) as Whitey’s stunt double (2 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Airs: Tuesdays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: March 07, 2006
Ended: April 04, 2006
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