With the winter portion of the fifth season firmly behind us, and only a three-episode special summer “goodbye” in our future, I can say confidently that The Fosters is coming back full circle. They have returned their focus to the family, and most importantly, to the best moms on television.
Man, they really went all in on making this show a murder-mystery, huh?
Too many plots, but one good one: Monte and Lena go on a stakeout!
Everyone wants to live in the garage!
Hey remember when Stef and Lena made out in the rain? Good times. Good memories. Good ol’ days.
Lesbian moms making out in the rain alert!
Jude decides to learn about gay sex from a dating app, Callie finally graduates, Brandon and Emma keep a bigger secret from Jesus than the one he thinks they’re keeping from him, and Stef goes a little bit bananas.
Hey, let’s add a little dash of teen pregnancy to this overstuffed season of teenage dramatics.
Stef has had it, y’all.
Jesús skateboards around his own imagination while he’s in a coma; yet, somehow, Callie still has the worst luck!
The Fosters and all their friends and lovers go to the hospital. The least dramatic thing that happens is Jesús getting his head drilled open.
Stef and Lena celebrate the fourth year of their first year anniversary.
Welcome back, Stef and Lena, my perfect angel babies.
It’s the season three finale and Stef’s breast cancer didn’t kill her at all! Not even a little bit!
In one of the best-ever episodes of The Fosters, Stef conquers her fear of the word “butch” and learns to love her whole self.
Monty tells Lena she didn’t prey on a female student, while the female student continues to insist that she did.
A lesbian predator storyline, The Fosters? Really?
Stef had her surgery and she’s doing just fine!
Stef and Lena go skinny dipping and follow it up with a little bit of scissoring.
Stef and Lena keep not telling their kids that Stef has cancer.
Stef’s not dying of her cancer. Yet.