Every week Parenthood tries to jam pack as much as they possibly can into one hour of television, and " Nipple Confusion " was no exception. If I attempted to cover every brilliant moment of the hour, I think I'd reach the end of the In more
We last left the Bravermans settling in to their new roles. Julia began to accept herself as an unemployed lawyer and full-time mother with the help of new friend and fellow member of the sustainability team, Ed. Crosby was struggling to balance life as a more
The realistic way in which emotional situations play out on Parenthood is one of the many reasons it's one of the best dramas on television.
And " All Aboard Who's Coming Aboard " featured more than its share of sce more
Lots of good stuff going on this week, but there were a few missteps as well. I'd say this episode was generally a bit stronger than the first one, but still about in the same ballpark. It was subp...
Previously on Parenthood . . .
the Braverman family was getting off to an exciting start of this season. Kristina is running for mayor, Max is developing an interest in taking pictures of subjects other than bugs, Jasmine and Crosby welcomed their daugh more
We're back! I love Parenthood. It's one of the most real dramas out there. Even when things get a bit melodramatic at moments, it still manages to make me feel connected to these characters. So. Le...
Parenthood is back on television, and that means our Thursday nights will now be filled with joy, and tears (always the tears with this show), and a squirmy discomfort whenever Zeek says something a little too un-P.C. (“Dad, you’re more
While it was nice to return to Berkeley and reacquaint myself with the Braverman clan, "It Has to Be Now" felt like a table unset. Read More...