Parenthood (2010–2015)
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After offering to let Seth stay at her apartment once he is released from rehab, Amber begins to understand what Sarah has been going through all these years; Meanwhile, Adam attempts to ... See full summary »

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Adam Braverman
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Sarah Braverman
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Kristina Braverman
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Julia Braverman-Graham
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Joel Graham
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Sydney Graham
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Haddie Braverman
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Max Braverman
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Jabbar Trussell
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Amber Holt
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Camille Braverman
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Zeek Braverman
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Storyline

After offering to let Seth stay at her apartment once he is released from rehab, Amber begins to understand what Sarah has been going through all these years; Meanwhile, Adam attempts to get intimate with Kristina for the first time since Nora's birth; Elsewhere, Crosby struggles with the prospect of a new father figure in Jabbar's life; and Drew and Amy take their relationship to a new level. Written by NBC Publicity

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Comedy | Drama

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TV-PG
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8 November 2011 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Crosby can be seen watching David Yates' 2009 film Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince, based on J.K. Rowling's book of the same title. See more »

Goofs

Near the end of the episode when Adam is comforting Kristina upstairs at the studio party, Kristina accidentally refers to her new baby by the wrong name. Her baby's name is Nora and she calls her Dora. See more »

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Features Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009) See more »

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Catch the Wind
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Written and performed by Donovan
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