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Parenthood, Season 5, Episode 5: “Let’s Be Mad Together”
Written by Jessica Goldberg
Directed by Dylan K. Massin
Airs Thursdays at 10pm (Est) on NBC
This week, on Parenthood: Joel gets drunk, Crosby gets diapers, and Max gets a great shot
Communication is once again the name of the game as Parenthood continues its strong fifth season. Whereas “Nipple Confusion” focused on the varying forms of communication, from direct confrontation to frank conversations to long-simmering musings, “Let’s Be Mad Together” instead approaches this topic by looking at dysfunctional partnerships, from Joel’s work to Max’s Yearbook woes. A show far more interested in the painful small-scale struggles of day-to-day life than almost any other series on television, Parenthood is no less powerful for embracing this seemingly low-stakes approach. Rather, by eschewing the heightened hysterics of shows like time-slot competitor Scandal (as entertaining as that series continues to »
- Kate Kulzick
First up, in the interests of blood-pressure management, people died in the conclusion of the "NCIS" season premiere, called "Past, Present and Future," which aired on CBS on Tuesday, Oct. 1, but no good guys. So, sit down, take a deep breath and have a glass of water. All will be well.
We're still following a two-track story, which begins in May (when last season ended) and picks up in October (which is today). Nice how that works out, huh? Agent Tony Dinozzo (Michael Weatherly) is in Israel, trying to track down his favorite fellow agent, Ziva David (Cote de Pablo).
Meanwhile, back in DC, Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and Agent Tim McGee (Sean Murray) are trying to locate members of the Brotherhood of Doubt -- Ok, that's a strange name for a terror cell, because terrorists are usually pretty darn sure at least about what they Don't like, »
True Blood is cooking up a delicious return from a highly sought after actress. Anna Camp, nowadays seen going back and forth between work on Fox’s Mindy Project and CBS’ Vegas, first got our attention when she starred in the second season of the HBO drama. After that season, she left the show to pursue other projects, but there was plenty left unresolved for her character, Sarah Newlin. And earlier this year, Camp hinted she might make a comeback in the new season of True Blood. It turns out she was privy to information we weren’t because news has broken out she will indeed be playing Sarah once again.
According to TVLine, Camp will come back as a guest star in True Blood’s sixth season, a return that will surely cause a lot of shakeup. While her character was once married to former Fellowship of the Sun »
- Brody Gibson
3 items from 2013
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