A little later, during an encounter where a Blue Ribbon known as “Chug” (A. Buckley) assaults Rachel in the school basement, the E-Rat-icator goes off, and immediately sends the student into a psychotic fit, driving him away.
According to in late 2014, with his character Billy Mayhew going on to have a memorable (if rocky) romance with barman Sean Tully (Antony Cotton).
Mallard followed in the footsteps of Lewis Harney and Dominic Holmes in taking on the role of Daniel Osbourne, who is currently caught up in the soap's 'Who Attacked Ken? Earlier this year, Rob Mallard publicly opened up about his sexuality "The only concern I had at first was if I'm with a female character, will an audience who knows I'm gay in real life believe it?
Steve and Rachel then leave town on the ferry with Lindsay and U. to begin a new life elsewhere without their parents.
The final scene shows a classroom in an urban high school with kids playing loud music, cursing, and acting up. The well-groomed substitute turns around, and it’s Gavin, with the blue ribbon “twinkle” still active in his eye.
V., but the Blue Ribbons and Caldicott are waiting for them on the road near the ferry out of town.
When hope seems lost, Dorian drives up, his car hooked up with multiple E-Rat-icators that scramble the mind control tech inside the Blue Ribbons’ heads.
The first season of Brothers & Sisters, an American serialized family-drama television series created by Jon Robin Baitz, began airing on September 24, 2006, on ABC.
Brothers and Sisters follows the lives of The Walker Family who include: Nora Walker, her brother Saul and her children Sarah, Kitty, Tommy, Kevin, and Justin.
CAST James Marsden (Superman Returns) Katie Holmes (Go) Nick Stahl (Terminator 3) Tobias Mehler (Wishmaster 3) Steve Railsback (Lifeforce) Bruce Greenwood (Star Trek) Katharine Isabelle (American Mary) William Sadler (Roswell) Ethan Embry (Eagle Eye) Derek Hamilton (Arrow) Chad Donella (Smallville) Natassia Malthe (Elektra) David Paetkau (Flashpoint) Brendan Fehr (Bones) Sarah-Jane Redmond (V) Carly Pope (Popular) Lynda Boyd (Power Rangers In Space) Daniella Evangelista (Ripper) Steve Clark (James Marsden) is a high school senior whose family moves to Cradle Bay, a picturesque coastal town in Washington state’s Puget Sound with his parents.