Parenthood 3.17 "Remember Me, I'm the One Who Loves You" Review

One of Parenthood's main strengths lies in its ability to take its storylines to the maximum point of tension, only to spend the final few episodes of the season letting the air out and watching the family react. Just when you begin to wonder when, if, or how one of the stories will be "solved", there comes a late-season episode that doesn't add any more layers and instead, begins to unpack all the complexities that have been accumulating since the beginning of the season.

"Remember Me, I'm the One Who Loves You" was the episode that began winding things down for season three after last week's episode amped up the drama to nearly unsustainable levels. It relied on a lot more subtle moments and, at times, silent moments than a typically noisy episode of Parenthood, a move that let the end of multiple storylines breathe instead of being smothered by excessive dialogue or another story needing more time. Read More...


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