Parenthood (2010–2015)
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Because You're My Sister 

Jasmine and Crosby celebrate their anniversary and receive exciting news while Julia and Joel plan a family event.

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Jasmine and Crosby celebrate their anniversary and receive exciting news while Julia and Joel plan a family event.

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Comedy | Drama

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22 January 2013 (USA)  »

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Drew's real name is Andrew Holt. See more »

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When Victor comes into Sydney's room to invite her to the adoption ceremony, she says she's busy reading a book. At first, she has the book open toward the beginning (top cover and few pages on screen right). The next time we see the book, it's open toward the end (all pages to screen right, back cover with few pages open). See more »

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References The World of Strawberry Shortcake (1980) See more »

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SPOILER! Compelling albeit Predictable Viewing
23 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

SPOILER...All of the characters are well developed,with Max, Amber, & Ryan being the purest, most believable ones. The most convoluted character has to be Sarah! Her relationship with Mark lacked chemistry, but then so does her relationship with Hank, although I hold out greater hope for those two. I appreciate the strong familial bonds with appropriately involved grandparents. (Ahhh, they don't meddle! Well, at least not the paternal grandparents.)

Perhaps the audience at large didn't think twice about Drew & Amy having sex & then going through an abortion together. I thought it was a shame. Television shows have a way of shoving certain 'abeunt studia in mores' down their viewers throats. Despite this deficit, "Parenthood" sends a whole lot of good messages and even imparts a sense of hope, especially illustrated with the adoption of Victor!

There are many personalities and layers of drama for any viewer to identify with, & therein lies the success of "Parenthood."


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