Parenthood “Politics” Review

This episode of Parenthood saw a lot of stories left by the wayside and got deeper into the crises of a few of the characters, moving forward their stories with big steps. Jasmine decides to move in with Dr Joe, giving Crosby the oppurtunity to act completely immaturely and overreact until he decide to charm his way back into his life via ballet bar door knobs (don’t ask). The character of Crosby is inherently annoying to me: he’s the guy who’s charming and gets by on his personality, except for me personally, he has no charm and his personality grates so Crosby’s storylines, much like Jason Ritter’s character (seriously, what is his name? Matt? Mark? Something like that) annoys me. Here’s a man with zero agency, who serves mainly as a mirror to make Lauren Graham’s character uncomfortable or to make her feel old or whatever. Read More...

http://www.tvequals.com/2012/02/08/parenthood-politics-review/ 

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