Penn alum pens last night’s Brothers and Sisters episode!

Did you catch last night’s episode of Brothers and Sisters entitled “States of the Union”?

It was written by Penn alum Sherri Cooper Landsman (C’94) and Liz Tigelaar.

If you’re a fan of the show, it was a fun episode with some great dialogue. Per, the logline for last night’s story was: “With Nora along for the ride, Kitty and Sarah’s attempt at a spa escape quickly becomes an entangled mess. Meanwhile, Tommy crosses a dangerous line in search of companionship, Rebecca grows concerned with Justin’s impossibly speedy recovery, and Kevin presses Saul to make a confession about his past.”

Sherri has been a writer out here in LA writing on such hit shows as Miss Match, Everwood and American Dreams.

Although the video is not yet posted as of 10/22/07, 10:20 am, check back to see if Sherri (or even executive producer and Penn Alum Ken Olin (C’76) speaks on the ABC “Writer’s Room” site.

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