Even when Brody's daughter, Lori Lynn (Trieste Kelly Dunn) crashes the wedding, she doesn't make too many waves. She doesn't ruin the day. While it has not been discussed that Sarah has new brothers and sisters, it makes sense, since after Nora married William, Brody would have been free to move on. Now that it has been revealed there are four more siblings out there, hopefully Sarah will get a chance to meet and bond with each of them before the show comes to an end.
Which opens the door for an even larger family. The Walkers have welcomed in others before. They will accept these new brothers and sisters of Sarah's. Which would swell the cast too large to continue the series, if they are going to be in it in a large role, which is a good thing it is likely to end soon.
It's fascinating that the show is choosing to bring back Tyler (Marika Dominczyk), Justin's (Dave Annable) season one girlfriend at this point. Yet, there is a sort of symmetry to it. Justin used to be a very different man, and clearly, Tyler was a different woman. They couldn't help each other get better, but now that they both have stabilized, they deserve love. While I miss Justin's wife greatly, it's nice he is heading towards a happy ending. He deserves one.
Speaking of happy endings, it is thrilling that Saul and Jonathan are now engaged. Saul often doesn't get enough screen time, so hopefully this will provide a meaty story for him in the final season. Will Chamberlain join the cast full-time so close to the end, or just do a lot of episodes? It's possible their relationship won't last, but at this point in their lives, hopefully they have found what they want in each other, and the bond will not be broken.