8 items from 2011
The on-again, off-again relationship between Sarah (Lauren Graham) and Mark Cyr (Jason Ritter) on Parenthood has weathered its share of challenges: their age difference, the fact that her daughter was his student. But the couple is about to weather their biggest test yet now that Sarah's ex-husband, Seth, is back in town and headed to rehab.
"There's this happiness that he's finally taking care of himself but it's very stressful for what it means for Mark and Sarah," Graham tells TVGuide.com. "It's a very jarring thing to have Seth in town at all and I think still new for Sarah to be juggling any relationship issues. She's been...
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- Kate Stanhope
Just when it looked like things might work out for Sarah Braverman on Parenthood, her troubled ex-husband reappeared worse off than ever. How is Seth.s return going to affect Sarah.s relationship with hunky English teacher Mark Cyr? I spoke to Lauren Graham (Sarah) and Jason Ritter (Mark) about any potential conflict, their (fictional) wedding episode, and turning on the waterworks.
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- Louis Peitzman
Season three of Parenthood has been all about new beginnings, but it was no more abundantly clear than last night, as Kristina gave birth to a baby girl named Nora with Crosby in the delivery room. Now's the time when things get more interesting, since a new baby will certainly have ramifications that affect the rest of the family as a whole and Nora was born to two tightly wound perfectionists that have barely been holding it together these days.
Now that Nora is in the picture, where do we go from here?
Cee Lo Green Tests Adam And Crosby's New Music Business While Sarah Stands By Seth As He Makes An Important Change - Cee Lo Green And Jason Ritter Guest-star - Kristina (Monica Potter) exhausts herself by diving back into supermom mode while Adam (Peter Krause) and Crosby (Dax Shepard) prepare their new music studio, in hopes of impressing their first potential client, »
- Shilo Adams
On Tuesday, Parenthood returned for its 16 episode third season with an episode that encapsulated all that is good about the show. After an extended hiatus, we were thrust back into the lives of the Braverman family, where Adam is thinking about a career change, Julia wants to adopt a baby from the coffee girl at work, Crosby still isn't over Jasmine, and Sarah's trying to come to terms with turning 40, losing her child, and reuniting with a former flame. Not to mention, we've already seen arrests, a dance party, and the emergence of Drunk Haddie, and it's only episode one.
With a series of new storylines opened up in "I Don't Want to Do This Without You", where could things go for Team Braverman?
""Hey, If you're Not Using That Baby...""
09/20/2011 (10:00Pm - 11:00Pm) (Tuesday) : Max Mainstreams Into Public School; The Stress Of Adoption Impacts Julia, And »
- Shilo Adams
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Question: Are you Ok? That photo of you in the hospital has me on edge! What happened?! —Carol
Ausiello: That’s really none of your business, Carol. Just because I tweeted a private photo of myself lying in a hospital bed to more than a million people doesn’t give you the right to ask me such invasive questions. Now make yourself useful and buy me something off my get-well registry.
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- Michael Ausiello
Based on one of the final frames of Season 2, showing Crosby (Dax Shepard) and Jasmine (Joy Bryant) talking and laughing together inside the house be bought specifically to win her back, you'd think a full-fledged reconciliation was imminent.
Not so fast.
"When we start this season, things have not worked out between them the way people might have thought from that image," executive producer Jason Katims tells TV Guide.
"They're not at war, but they're not together at the beginning of the season."
The decision to keep the pair apart for at least part of Season 3 stems from a desire to explore co-parenting when parents are not together, Katims says.
"We're always looking for new ways on the show to explore the kind of things that are relevant to parenthood today that we might not have explored," he says.
"We want to explore the idea of Jasmine and Crosby living separately, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve Marsi)
This was an especially difficult episode of Parenthood to watch, given the subject matter of "Qualities and Difficulties."
Did anyone not get choked up when Kristina and Adam tried to define Asperger's to Max? Do you guys have Asperger's? Max asked his parents. Does Haddy? It was touching to see how badly Kristina and Adam didn't want Max to be negatively affected by this revelation.
For a little guidance, Adam and Kristina turned to Max's therapist, who handed them a script for an intro to Asperger's "do over." Adam was irate. He did the best he could to explain everything to Max, and now this professional tells him that it was done all wrong?!? "I'm not interested in memorizing a bunch of facts that have been polished up to make it look like he's won something," he bitched to Kristina.
Adam's frustration was building the entire episode, until Zeek pushed »
- email@example.com (Kelly Lynch)
If you think this week's episode of Parenthood was a tearjerker, you may need to purchase an extra box of Kleenex for "Qualities and Difficulties."
Next Tuesday night, Kristina and Adam will sit Max down and attempt to explain his disease to him. As you might expect, and as the preview below depicts, the kid has many questions. Also on tap:
Sarah's relationship with Mark Cyr gets going again. Crosby attempts to make amends with Jasmine. Julia and Joel prepare their eighth anniversary.
Qualities and Difficulties Promo »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
8 items from 2011
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