Well, well, well. It seems as if the powers that be over at Parenthood have been reading my mind because the major negatives about the show were almost completely erased in the sophomore drama’s midseason return while the bountiful positives were showcase more
consequences take center stage in the “Damage Control” episode of PARENTHOOD as
Julia and Sarah must decide how much truth to tell and when to tell it and
Crosby must learn about consequences so he can teach Jabbar. Meanwhile, Haddie
faces s more
thanks for this episode of Parenthood.
Thanksgiving," we returned to everything that makes this drama such a
wonderful show. It was more
family-focused episode and also moved various plots along. A recap of the siblin more
Braverman Thanksgiving resembles a mine field with all the conflict and drama,
but all’s well that ends well in the “Happy Thanksgiving” episode of
this episode capture the pitfalls–and joys–of gathering with family or w more
The line between asserting yourself and being selfish
is explored in the “Put Yourself Out There” episode of PARENTHOOD as Kristina tries to get Max invited
to a birthday party, Zeek succumbs to jealousy, and Amber confronts more
to say anything bad about a Parenthood episode, and this one was no exception. It was well paced, well written, and while it
didn’t do much in terms of moving the plot forward, it was a much needed
character focused episode.
mistakes rule the “”If this Boat Is a Rockin’” episode of PARENTHOOD. Crosby
has second thoughts about selling his boat, Sarah accidentally stays out all
night with Gordon, and Adam’s anger is eating him alive.
Adam: Adam has been holdin more
Parenthood premieres on NBC tonight! I got the chance to check out the Pilot early, by which I was both pleasantly surprised and disappointed. My disappointment came from the mixed messages in advertising the program as it's based on an 1989 comedy f more