Parenthood (2010–2015)
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If This Boat Is a Rockin' 

Adam confronts a man in defense of Max. Crosby and Jasmine delve into domestic discussions, beginning with the selling of Crosby's boat. Meanwhile, Sarah and Gordon spend an afternoon ... See full summary »

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Adam confronts a man in defense of Max. Crosby and Jasmine delve into domestic discussions, beginning with the selling of Crosby's boat. Meanwhile, Sarah and Gordon spend an afternoon together, which carries on until sunrise the next morning, creating tension with Amber and Drew. Elsewhere, Haddie discovers intriguing information about Alex. Written by NBC Publicity

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Comedy | Drama

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9 November 2010 (USA)  »

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During Adam's angry venting to his father, he calls the man he hit at the supermarket an "asshole". The slang word he used is part of a list of 68 words that have been banned from use on network television. However, Parenthood is part of basic cable primetime and was allowed by the censors. See more »

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The Rock And The Tide
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Performed by Joshua Radin
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A typical involving and involved storyline that keeps you interested
10 November 2010 | by (Southern California) – See all my reviews

As with every episode of this wonderful (at least IMHO), involving family drama, the plot lines all read true, at least to those of us who grew up in the middle class. This episode follows the evolving romances of Crosby and Sarah Braverman, both not quite normal - which makes them oh-so-normal - and therefore most interesting, and the budding romance of high school girl Haddie, plus a few other minor subplots that carry over from episode to episode. There's none of the formulaic character to these plot lines, so you never know quite where things are headed.

As I've said in reviews of earlier episodes, so many of the things that happen on "Parenthood" are things that I've seen, heard of, or personally experienced in my time on this planet, which I can't say of many shows on TV. The more I watch the show, the more richly layered things become.


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