BRIAN STARTS A NEW JOB AT HIS FATHER�S REAL ESTATE COMPANY AND
SPARKS FLY WHEN HE MEETS BRIDGET; DAVE AND DEENA WORK OUT
A UNIQUE CUSTODY ARRANGEMENT; AND ADAM�S NEW RELATIONSHIP
MAY CAUSE PROBLEMS AT THE LAW FIRM, ON ABC�S �WHAT ABOUT BRIAN�
Guest Stars Include Krista Allen (HBO�s �Unscripted�) as Bridget
�What About What Was Supposed to Be�� � Needing money, Brian starts a job at his father�s high-end real estate firm. Sparks fly when he meets the company�s top agent, the beautiful Bridget (Krista Allen). Meanwhile Dave starts a new job as well, and he and Deena work out a unique child custody arrangement; Adam�s relationship with Summer (Rachelle Lefevre) may be problematic for his professional future; and Nicole finds a way to work through her grief after losing her husband, on �What About Brian,� MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
�What About Brian� stars Barry Watson as Brian Davis, Matthew Davis as Adam Hillman, Sarah Lancaster as Marjorie Seaver, Rick Gomez as Dave Greco, Amanda Detmer as Deena Greco, Rosanna Arquette as Nicole Varzi, Raoul Bova as Angelo Varzi, Jason George as Jimmy and Amanda Foreman as Ivy.
Guest starring are Krista Allen as Bridget Keller, William Devane as Michael, Rachelle Lefevre as Summer/Heather, Mikaila Baumel as Larissa, Payton Spencer as Geneva, Anne Betancourt as Mrs. Elizalde, D.C. Douglas as Gary Barnes, K.T. Thangavelu as Dr. Whitaker, John Sanderford as Arnold Fletcher, Thomas Crawford as Rick Franz, Drew Wicks as Bill Hansen, Karl Hamann as guy to Dave�s left, D. Elliot Woods as guy to Dave�s right, Christopher Kelley as polite man, Mary Margaret Lewis as Catherine Fletcher, Alejandro Furth as counselor, Chris Fogleman as designer #1, Kirk Zipfel as designer #2, Gracemarie Serafina Cretalla as masseuse, Sean Smith as Bob and Jeff Chase as bouncer.
�What About What Was Supposed to Be�� was written by Michael Foley and directed by Jerry London.
�What About Brian� is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound and Spanish subtitles via secondary closed captioning. A TV parental guideline will be posted closer to airdate.