With Callie’s ex back in town on, Brandon is caught between a rock and a hard place. However, HollywoodLife.com talked to David Lambert exclusively about his character’s inner battle and how it will all come together in the big finale.
After watching Brandon (David Lambert) come face-to-face with his inner jealousy (and the police) in the March 17 episode of The Fosters, of course we can’t wait to see how the family reacts to his shenanigans at the dance. After telling Callie (Maia Mitchell) he loved her, then admitting he framed her, we know the March 24th finale is going to answer all of our questions.
‘The Fosters': Brandon & Callie Making It Work?
HollywoodLife.com chatted with David to get the scoop on what’s actually going on with Brandon, and after the dance showdown, what will happen on the big season finale.
“I don’t think that it will disappoint in terms of its fair share of drama!” he told us, which was no surprise. He’s in love with Callie, we know, but since they’re soon to be adopted brother and sister, it’s probably not going to happen — but we won’t be left hanging, David teased.
“I think that there will be loose ends that are tied with my character,” he told us. “We just saw what happened at the dance with the fake IDs and what culminated from that, so we will see a little more of that, [and] a little more of what Brandon has to go through, because he made some poor choices this season. It is an interesting time and it is a fun episode. With the finale, I think everyone is in a very interesting spot character-wise.”
Season 2: Will Brandon Get Redemption?
So we’re not sure if Brandon will get the girl at the end of season one, but for season two, David’s hoping his character gets to take a break from the bad boy roll.
“I would say that he went down a harsh road, and a lot of that had to do with Callie and dealing with all the secrets and lies and web that he has been casting,” he said. “In Season two, I would like to see a little redemption for him.”
While of course Brandon will still be making mistakes, Davis is hoping that they go back to the very beginning of season one.
“I would like to see him find his footing again,” since now he is “very confused and conflicted.”
“It will be nice to see him straighten that out, but he is an interesting character that will always have internal battles with himself over pretty much everything,” he added. “It will be very exciting to see where they take the character.”
We agree and can’t wait for the finale on ABC Family, March 24 at 8pm EST!
— written by Emily Longeretta, reporting by Russ Weakland