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The series revolves around the lives and problems of the wealthy Walker family in the wake of the death of family patriarch William Walker Tom Skerritt , the founder of the family business Ojai Foods. The family consists of wife and mother Nora Walker Sally Field who must deal with revelations about her husband's infidelity, and her children Sarah Rachel Griffiths and Tommy Balthazar Getty , both married executives at Ojai Foods, Kitty Calista Flockhart , a conservative activist, Kevin Matthew Rhys , a gay lawyer, and youngest sibling Justin Dave Annable , who has recently returned from the Afghan War with a substance abuse problem. Plotlines typically revolved around the romantic relationships of the family, their business fortunes, especially with regard to the control of Ojai Foods, and the relationship between the siblings. Most conflicts were resolved with a renewed call for family unity and a lot of wine.
The series began with the death of Nora's husband William Walker and follows the discovery that he had a twenty-year affair with Holly Harper and the fact that William and Holly had a child together, Rebecca, that no one knew about. As well as this central plot bringing the family together, each character must deal with the events of their personal lives. Husband and father William Walker portrayed by Tom Skerritt heads the family. However, his death in the opening episode reveals hidden secrets that serve to test the family and their business 'Ojai Foods' to the limits. Sarah, Tommy and Saul - who are most involved with the Walker family business - learn that William embezzled the company's funds. The business revelation also reveals two major revelations on the personal front: William had a mistress, Holly Harper Patricia Wettig whom he kept for decades, and the couple were believed to have had a child, Rebecca Emily VanCamp. The first half of the season introduces the family and their search into William's secrets around Ojai.
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