Remember how amazing last week’s episode of “Parenthood” was? Are you wondering how Drew is doing after helping his girlfriend through her abortion and then getting dumped? Well, you’ll have […]
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The fall finale of “Parenthood,” “What to my Wondering Eyes,” was a sentimental tearjerker of a present thanks to Kristina’s illness, a sad but necessary break up, a potential future […]
The Bravermans are a lovable fictional family, but, at times they are selfish and entitled. In this week’s episode of “Parenthood,” the biological Bravermen women, with the notable exception of […]
“Parenthood” is back, after two weeks off, with an episode that deftly blends tear jerking social issues storylines, humor, and eye candy. Kristina (Monica Potter) is about to start chemotherapy. […]
All of the Braverman men find themselves dealing with the sort of sensitive issues that used to make for Very Special Episodes on this week’s “Parenthood.” Surprisingly, Zeek (Craig T. […]
Before the season premiere of “Parenthood” one big question loomed on viewers minds: how would newcomer Ray Romano fit in with the Bravermans, particularly since his character, Hank, is slated […]
Dating your boss is always a bad idea. Dating your politician boss is an even worse idea. So of course Amber, after being appropriately freaked out by kissing city councilman Bob Little (Jonathan Tucker) in the previous episode of “Parenthood,” decides this week that she wants to put on a sexy dress.
“Parenthood’s” Zeek (Craig T. Nelson) is a cranky enigma, showing up for approximately five minutes each episode to berate his progeny, hand out cash and advice to his grandchildren, and, occasionally, star in commercials for erectile dysfunction medication.
Hey, guys, would you like to wreck your happy marriage in six easy steps? Adam Braverman (Peter Krause) is here to show you how in this week’s episode of “Parenthood“, […]
Everyone is playing games in this week’s episode of “Parenthood,” “Sore Loser.” Some are harmless, some are dangerous, and some involve word problems. When two trains crash into each other […]