This week’s episode of “Parenthood” is a tearjerker. Kristina (Monica Potter) prepares for her lumpectomy. The rest of the Bravermans are determined to help her, even though their attention is more annoying than comforting. Crosby (Dax Shepard) volunteers to walk the dog and bring take out food over the night before Kristina’s surgery. On his […]
Kristina tells the rest of the Bravermans that she has breast cancer in this week’s episode of “Parenthood.” Their reactions very from “altruism” to “freaking the hell out” to the ever popular “montage.” “South Park” was right: they really do work for every occasion. DVR the Next Episode of “Parenthood” Amber (Mae Whitman), learned that […]
This week’s episode of “Parenthood” is called “Left Field.” It more than lived up to its title with a shocking ending that has the potential to change the Bravermans forever. DVR the Next Episode of “Parenthood” It all starts simply enough, when Crosby (Dax Shepard) discovers that Adam (Peter Krause) and Kristina (Monica Potter) schedule […]
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 to be a love interest for Sarah (Lauren Graham)? On what planet would a woman who is engaged to Jason Ritter leave him for Romano? […]
It has been nine months since viewers last saw the Bravermans. When the new season of “Parenthood” premieres on September 11, almost as much time will have passed in their lives. “There’s a five month time gap because we try to stay pretty close to where we are in the calendar year,” showrunner Jason Katims […]
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.
Can’t anyone on “Parenthood” kiss someone their own age? Or have a relationship where there is not a creepy power dynamic? Inappropriate!
“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.
Everyone acted like an adult on this week’s “Parenthood,” “Missing.” Even Baby Nora looks mature in a jean jacket. What brought on this uncharacteristic display of Braverman maturity? Dinosaurs, sprained wrists and new jobs. Kristina (Monica Potter) is barely on speaking terms with Adam (Peter Krause) after his boneheaded handling of his smooch with Rachel […]
This week’s “Parenthood” features one Braverman striving to do the right thing in a complex, emotionally delicate situation, and the rest of the Bravermans achieving new personal bests in the field of self-absorption. This episode should have been called “First World Problems,” but it’s actual title is “Forced Family Fun.” Sarah (Lauren Graham), the only […]