After a season full of surprises and heartbreak, Parenthood ends season five with the same theme. Haddie comes home from college with great hair and a girlfriend, Anna Beth Gish makes an appearance as Ryan’s domineering mother, and Joel and Julia hold hands. Oh Parenthood. I don’t even know where to start.
This week, with only one more episode to go for this fifth season of Parenthood, the script is a bit less Julia-centric. We get to see the charter school move forward, Amber and Drew get pulled back into past loves, and Sarah considers her relationship with Hank. Crosby gets his crew back home, with more […]
This week Drew gets his head back in the college game, Hank gets more insight from Dr. Pelikan, Julia gets her groove back, and Zeek finds the stage for Camille’s act three.
This week, all kinds of things happened in the Braverman clan: there were road trips, cousins babysitting cousins, and Kristina telling off a school administrator. Let’s dig in, shall we?
I had high hopes for episode 18 of Parenthood, especially about Joel and Julia’s storyline. It turns out, not too much happened there, but everyone else had plots that moved right along.
This week’s episode is all about Crosby’s bundle of joy, Aida, and her upcoming baptism. The show opens with Crosby and Jasmine discussing the upcoming ceremony with Jasmine’s mom. While Grandma wants to save Aida’s soul, Crosby just wants to save Jasmine from more stress while they are staying with his parents.
This week Julia does some soul-searching, Sarah refocuses on “the year of Sarah” and Kristina gets the news she’s been hoping for from her oncologist. Drew and Amber hit a fraternity party (what? what?), and Camille puts Crosby in his place.
The first Parenthood of 2014 introduced some new plot lines and continue the train wreck that is currently Julia and Joel. We also got to see Crosby at a school fundraiser, which was definitely worth the price of admission. Zeek makes a friend, and Camille decides to extend her trip. Will she ever return?
These past two episodes of Parenthood on NBC have had it all – nearly every Braverman’s plot line has advanced, and we’ve seen less of Hank. I think that’s all about to change, but I’m enjoying it while it lasts.