Private Practice “Too Much” Review

Private Practice has always raised the bar on the suspension of disbelief, but really it seems like they’re insulting our intelligence to wait this long for Amelia to remember her brother is a world renowned neurosurgeon specializing in hopeless cases. No one else would have been like, "hey, remember that time one of Addison’s loved one had a seemingly inoperable brain condition? Anyone keep in touch with the guy who did that?"

In other improbable situations on "Too Much," how fast can Mason run? Because Charlotte did leave him alone for about a second, and at a sprint she should have been able to catch up to a small child. The whole handling of Mason about his mom’s situation was bad; Charlotte comparing the knowledge of his mom’s illness to some kind of teenage keeger is a terrible, terrible metaphor. It was pretty heartbreaking when you find out Mason’s so freaked because he thinks they’re hiding the fact his mother is already dead, but that should also wake up the grown-ups to the climate of lies he’s picking up on. Read More... 


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