On her (brief) return: "I’m definitely going back for 2-3 episodes at the beginning of the season. I spoke to our showrunner, David Marshall Grant, and he’s already come up with some great story lines for the next season." On speculation that she was let go due to budget constraints: "I’d like to think that it was a mutual agreement. It’s a big risk for me to take." On her fellow cast members' reactions: "I think everyone sort of knew what was happening with my character and the relationship between Justin and Rebecca. It wasn’t moving forward in a way that was productive or exciting." "I think this will give Dave Annable [Justin] an opportunity to do some different things, which will be exciting for him. There are so many things that are going through my brain.
I don’t really make decisions based on [money only]. I don’t think that anyone will disagree with what I’m doing. It really is not an ego thing whatsoever." On her future: I’ve been doing television for a long time.
There, he became involved with the student-run TV station, Plattsburgh State Television (PSTV), working both on production behind the scenes and on the air as well.
The 25-year-old Canadian actress previously dated her "Brothers & Sister" costar and on-screen boyfriend, Dave Annabel, and she had a relationship with her "Everwood" costar Chris Pratt.They embarked on a secret relationship before coming clean and getting married.Van Camp, however, is leaving the show this upcoming season and the storyline is made as if the marriage is not working.Popular with both critics and younger fans, the actress later proved that she could hold her own against a cast of veterans in more mature subject matter when she became a new addition to the family drama "Brothers and Sisters" (ABC, 2006-2011) in 2007.Her eventual departure from the show led to Van Camp being cast as a vengeful young heroine opposite Madeline Stowe in the twisty melodrama, "Revenge" (ABC, 2011-15).