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As Season Two of Party of Five gets under way, 25-year-old Charlie Salinger (Matthew Fox), senior member of the Salinger family and the legal guardian of his four orphaned siblings, has become engaged to Kirsten Bennett (Paula Devicq), who'd originally been hired as nanny for the youngest Salinger kids. Unfortunately, both Charlie and Kirsten chicken out, and they split up on the eve of their much-anticipated wedding. Charlie then enters into an affair with the hot-tempered Kathleen Eisely (Brenda Strong), who vengefully purchases the building housing the family's San Francisco restaurant and threatens to boot them out when Charlie breaks off the relationship. Meanwhile, 16-year-old Julia Salinger (Neve Campbell) is torn between her Season One boyfriend Justin (Michael Goorjian) and the new man in her life, the troubled Griffin Holbrook (Jeremy London). At the same time, Julia's 17-year-old brother Bailey (Scott Wolf) is dating the mercurial Sarah Reeves (Jennifer Love Hewitt), former girlfriend of Bailey's best pal Will (Scott Grimes). Halfway through Season Two, the series gets some "older adult" relief with the arrival of the Salinger's crusty maternal grandfather Jacob Gordon (Carroll O'Connor). And none too soon: To stave off the vengeful Kathleen Eisely, Jacob conspires with the enterprising Bailey to buy back the Salingers' restaurant. ~ Hal Erickson