In transition, in flux, " In-Between ". That's where we find the entire Braverman clan this week, and for some it's better than others. We have great big events and little nuances to discuss, and they are all equally important. The Luncheonette The busine more
If I could give one character on TV a hug, I would hug Sarah Braverman.
The mom of two may not admit that she needs a little positive reassurance, but with the way things are going these days, I think it's time somebody did. Earlier this season, it see more
PARENTHOOD “Forced Family Fund” Season 3 Episode 7 – This is a show about the Bravermans. The Bravermans are inobstensibly our heroes, it is from their point of view we get the stories related, their point of view wh more
A review of last night's "Parenthood" coming up just as soon as I Google whether you can eat lobster... One of the things I like about "Parenthood" when it's clicking - and "Forced Family Fun" certainly qualifies as that - is the way so many c more
Parenthood has quite the knack for ironic titles.
" Forced Family Fun " was an oxymoron if ever I heard one. Forcing a family to do anything is dangerous. Trying to force fun is the number-one way to ensure fun will NOT be had. As Kristina tried to for more
Are people capable of change? And if so, is that such a bad thing?
Though it didn't provide any concrete answers to such a broad, nuanced type of question, Parenthood 's return from hiatus took on the issue of change through the eyes of several main ch more
PARENTHOOD “Tales From The Luncheonette” Season 3 Episode 6 – There’s something to be said about a character who is a deadbeat dad , whose only function when it came to raising his children was in the conception area and more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Tales from the Luncheonette," the October 18 episode of "Parenthood," in which Sarah's support of Seth is controversial, and Crosby and Adam try to appease Cee Lo Green. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/post more