Except for baby Aida and the dog. They're okay.
This week’s episode was lovely and weepy.
An episode that could've been mistaken for a late-’90s teen movie.
Joel and Julia don’t quite end their marriage, while Sarah introduces Ruby to the wonders of Fast Times.
Even Harry Potter references can’t bring any magic to this episode, which flashed the Bravermans forward in time ever so slightly.
In which wives nag because they care, Crosby drinks because he’s stressed, and Max does his research because he likes a girl.
Crosby crashes a silent retreat. Max develops a crush. We try desperately to care more about what happened in this episode.
The family rallies around Zeek. Too bad this entire episode didn’t.
A quintessentially terrific episode of Parenthood. Which, of course, means a lot of crying.
It’s beginning of the end of the Braverman saga. And the writers of Parenthood aren’t wasting any time raising the stakes.
We discussed the final 13 episodes with the head honcho.
According to showrunner Jason Katims.
Season five ends with a flurry of reconciliations, house moves, Haddie reveals, and hospital-bed sexual encounters.
Now the Bravermans can finally acknowledge Haddie again!
A death, an accident, and a whole lot of crying.
Julia gets some ill-advised action. Hank spends a lot of time in therapy. And Zeek and Camille possibly find their new home.
Julia and Joel attempt to define the state of their marriage, while Sarah gets news of a nuptial nature.
A Max meltdown, babyish behavior, and a Joel-Julia cell phone drama.
The baptism of Aida Braverman leads to (possible) new hope for the marriage of Joel and Julia.
Before we get to the crying, we need to talk about the butt-kickings.
Even binge-watching Orange Is the New Black can’t heal Julia’s pain as she and Joel move forward with their separation.
Vulture predicts the fates of 20 network shows still in limbo, and updates the status of ten former bubbles whose futures have been decided.
Joel and Julia finally make the break. And it makes us sad.