Fostering love for the Fosters

The Adams-Foster family reunite for season two of The Fosters. Season two was released June 16, 2014. The family deals with a lot of hard times and emotional struggles throughout the season.

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The Adams-Foster family reunite for season two of The Fosters. Season two was released June 16, 2014. The family deals with a lot of hard times and emotional struggles throughout the season.

Abagayle Jones, Reporter

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Season two of The Fosters premiered on June 16, 2014, on ABC Family and consists of 21 episodes. Traumatic events, heartbreak, and drama-filled days, Callie Adams-Foster just can’t seem to catch a break.

For a while, Callie Adams-Foster stays at a group home called Girl’s United. The house gets burned down and Rita Hendricks, the woman who runs the program, has to figure out what to do now. The girls who stayed at the home had to go back to juvenile detention, while Rita Hendricks tries to find another home.

Callie Adams-Foster tries to build a relationship with her birth father Robert Quinn, then she finds out that her sister Sophia Quinn took the papers out of the mail that Callie Adams-Foster needed to be signed by Robert Quinn for the Foster family to adopt her and is devastated. Robert Quinn makes it worse by refusing to sign the papers again.

Callie Adams-Foster and Brandon Adams-Foster are obviously not over each other yet and Jesus Adams-Foster and Mariana Adams-Foster meet with their birth mother as she tries to get her life together.

Lena Adams-Foster quits her job after she gets into an argument with the new principal over a kid being bullied, Lena Adams-Foster’s adopted son, and his friend Conner Stevens.

Lena, Steff, Brandon, Jesus, Mariana, Callie, and Jude Adams-Foster have never seen the struggles of life like this. There are many complication and difficulties. Lena Adams-Foster and Steff Adams-Foster continuously keep getting lied to and secrets being kept from them by their children.

Through the rough times, the Foster family always finds a way to make through it and come out even stronger than before. Through the ups and downs, they will always be a whole family and no one will change that about them. They care and love each other very much and always want the best for one another and will do whatever they can to help out.

 

 

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