Reprising his role as Sarah's deadbeat ex.
Fun with infographics.
Argh, that is not what this show needs.
For the good of the show, is it time for Joel and Julia to divorce?
So many unnecessary conversations.
That Kristina Braverman debate was satisfying on multiple levels.
Four full-fledged cries to revisit.
Both shows draw heavily on the casts of their creators' previous shows. But in different ways.
This week's Parenthood review is a cry-cap, minus the cry.
Crosby finally bonds with his daughter.
No more tears? Yeah, right.
Parenthood is back, and we felt all the feels and cried all the cries.
Matt Lauria is returning. Get it, Amber!
Some signs of hope, but still so many problems.
NBC has renewed it for another season.
Our TV expert rates the chances of all the shows in limbo.
You get a happy ending. You get a happy ending. You get a happy ending and a trip to Hawaii.
Now it's time to get serious.
Hmmm, these emotions just aren't raw enough. Someone! Grab a guitar!
Hurray, the Bravermans are back! But what's the guy from Driveshaft doing there?
Plus: Will Ferrell hysterically bemoaned that "trampire" Kristen Stewart's infidelity, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Matt Lauria, a.k.a. Luke Cafferty.
Miss you, Men of a Certain Age.