Thumbs Up


I watched it last night (well really early this morning) and so far so good.  It is a show with an ensemble cast (which I’m becoming more and more of a fan of) so the first episode inevitably had several introductions to make.

First off Peter Krause, oh how I have missed you!  I like to see you as the family glue and cannot wait to see how your character develops.  I enjoyed Erika Christensen’s character, Julia and want to see what happens with her relationship with her daughter and of course there is Dax Shepard as  Crosby.  I don’t want to give away any spoilers, so I’ll just say I’m looking forward to seeing what happens with his character.  Also welcome back Lauren Graham.  I love her but I want to see a little less Lorelai Gilmore (I also kept trying to think of Maura Tierney in the role…  I don’t know if I would have believed it)

A couple of notes:

  • I want that house
  • I enjoyed the music they had and how they used it
  • The mom kind of seems more like a step-mom than a mom
  • This kind of reminds me of the movie, The Family Stone (Craig T. Nelson also plays dad)

I will be watching next week.  Let’s hope this keeps getting better and better.

Watch Parenthood Tuesday at 10pm EST on NBC

Note:  Nora O’Brien (who the pilot was dedicated to) was an executive at NBC who died on the set of Parenthood in April 2009.


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