You know, it's kind of sad when the kids have it more together than the parents, but that was sort of the theme in this episode of 'Parenthood.'
At that point, you might as well just tell the kid you're sleeping over. I mean, they're your parents, so it wouldn't be totally out of the question that they'd have a relationship.
Then Jasmine accuses Crosby of trying to brainwash Jabbar into thinking it was all a dream. Just tell him!
Then we had the whole Zeek/Camille drama, which to be honest, felt a little forced to me. It's not just that Zeek doesn't seem like the kind of guy who'd cheat on his sweet wife, but also that the writers felt like there had to be some conflict there. I dunno. Tell me what you think in the comments below. Maybe I'm off-base in thinking they should be a nice stable couple. That's probably true to life, because you just never know what's going on behind the scenes.
But it did set things up for that awkwardly tragic dinner with all the siblings and their parents. It was hilarious when the kids were in the car trying to come up with just the right words to approach Zeek and Camille about their financial woes. They agreed to keep the economy out of it, and that's all anyone could think of to say at the table.
Still, wouldn't it be weird for just the siblings (and not their spouses or kids) to have dinner with their parents? That would never happen in my family in a million years and if it did, my parents would have immediately known something was up. I also thought they should have just approached Zeek, since I believe Adam knew Camille didn't know about the financial woes. The dinner was a recipe for disaster.
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