Private Practice “The Time Has Come” Review

Yelling at your son’s bruised, broken dying mother never seems justified, always seems mean. Normally when Cooper starts on a tear he’s technically wrong but morally right, like when he wants to do something crazy to save a kid. Yelling at Erica for seizing just seemed mean. And again, I don’t think a kid who’s as smart as they’ve portrayed Mason would mistake a seizure for sleep, or wouldn’t ask if his doctor dad and step mom have any insight into why his mom suddenly nodded off at the wheel.

Violet and Pete’s relationship or non-relationship is getting even more frustrating then Addison and Sam’s. Shouldn’t you define the terms of your separation with your significant other if you’re speculating about them with all your co-workers? And Pete’s jealousy swiftly turning to rage towards Violet is just tired, she’s right, he left her, and either his jealous rage should lead him to start passionately making out with her or he should leave it alone. Also, I can see him getting concerned (or at least giving the appearance of being concerned to mask his jealousy) about a strange man being around his son, but what’s with the idea that if he sees his mom kiss another man he’ll be scarred for life? He’s probably still too young to make permanent memories, and even if he will remember kissing isn’t that scarring. Violet’s relationship with the younger man, while it supplies funny jabs from Cooper, is still kind of weird, especially when he reveals he read her book. Wouldn’t it be a major mood killer to know your new girlfriend had been sliced up on the very floor you stand on to make out? Read More... 


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