The Fosters Reviews

The Fosters Season 5 Episode 20 Review: Meet the Fosters

The Fosters Review: Meet the Fosters

On The Fosters Season 5 Episode 20, Brandon and Eliza's families come together to get acquainted before the big day, but things get tense. Read our full review for more!
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The Fosters Season 5 Episode 17 Review: Makeover

The Fosters Review: Makeover

On The Fosters Season 5 Episode 17, a resolution is reached regarding Ximena's parents, and it inspires Callie to pursue something new. Read on!
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The Fosters Season 5 Episode 15 Review: Mother's Day

The Fosters Review: Mother's Day

On The Fosters Season 5 Episode 15, Sharon's visit and Tess' marital woes trigger Stef's anxiety, and Lena lectures Jesus on sexual harassment. Read on for more!
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The Fosters Season 5 Episode 14 Review: Scars

The Fosters Review: Scars

On The Fosters Season 5 Episode 14, Stef comes to grips with her anxiety and Aaron lands himself in jail after he and Callie interfere in an ICE sting. Read on for more!
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The Fosters Season 5 Episode 13 Review: Line in the Sand

The Fosters Review: Line in the Sand

On The Fosters Season 5 Episode 13, Ximena's biggest obstacle comes to an end, Mariana helps Brandon with the senior prank, and Jesus is torn between two girls. Read on!
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The Fosters Season 5 Episode 11 Review: Invisible

The Fosters Review: Invisible

On The Fosters Season 5 Episode 11, Callie makes an important decision about her future, Jesus has a breakthrough and Stef has a breakdown. Read on for more!
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The Fosters Season 5 Episode 10 Review: Sanctuary

The Fosters Review: Sanctuary

On The Fosters Season 5 Episode 10, Callie and AJ are trapped in Noah's church with Ximena, an ICE tries every trick in the book to get them out. Read on for more!
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The Fosters Quotes

Russell: Is that right, are you a good girl?
Callie: Yes.
Russell: Call me daddy.
Callie: Yes, daddy.

Jesus: My moms saved me and my sister from more nights of despair and terror. They gave us the one thing that we dreamed of but didn't dare actually hope for: family. They made us feel safe, and for the first time in our young lives, loved. So loved. They made us feel like we were worth something. That we mattered. That someone in the world wanted us. And I know that there's nothing that I can ever give back to them that can equal what they have given to me, but I want my two strong, beautiful, brilliant moms to know that they don't have to hope I'll be the man they raised me to be because that's the man I want to be, and I'll always do my best to never let them down