Parenthood “Step Right Up”

In last week’s episode, Julia was the crazy one. This week, she sent some of her crazy over to Sarah. But I was happy to see some Drew and Amber, which had been lacking last week. Here’s how Team Braverman fared this week.

Adam has agreed to be Crosby’s business partner but still isn’t sure how it will work. Adam and Kristina finally find out the sex of the baby. They’re relieved to find out it’s a girl and the chances of her have Aspergers is less. When Hattie comes home upset about Alex’s situation, Adam and Kristina decide to get involved by speaking to Zack’s parents who were pressing charges.
Team Braverman: 1
Other people: 0

Zeke tries to help Drew get the attention of a neighborhood girl after he takes interest in her. After a comedy of errors, Drew finally seals the deal and asks her out on a date.
Team Braverman: 2
Other people: 0

Crosby is suspicious of Jabbar’s new doctor when he blatantly flirts with Jasmine. After spending most of the episode acting like a child, he only pushes her farther away. Dr. Joe asks Jasmine out on a date, she agrees.
Team Braverman: 2
Other people: 1

Sarah is having a difficult time letting Amber be independent. She drops by her apartment and coffee shop just to say “hi.” Amber resents it until there’s a huge rat in her apartment and she’s terrified. Then she appreciates her overbearing mother.
Team Braverman: 3
Other people: 1

After Julia went psycho last week and tried to buy the latte girl’s baby, he can only improve. This week she spends the majority of her screen time avoid the latte girl. Still immature but she acknowledges her crazy. Zoey tells Julia that she told her “no” because she wants an uncomplicated closed adoption. If Julia adopted the baby it would be too hard on her. The latte girl is becoming the sanest person on this show.

Final Score
Team Braverman: 3
Other people: 2

Team Braverman pulls it out in a close battle with the world. Until next week…

Heather
Heather is a recent West Coast transplant and can't remember what humidity feels like. She spends most of her time (& money) watching movies, marathoning TV shows on DVD, attending concerts, reading, eating vegetables, attending conventions (San Diego Comic-Con, New York Comic Con, Dragon*Con so far!), blogging about her quarter-life crisis, downing coffee and traveling the world. She likes comic books, photography, reading on the Metro bus and wearing cold weather clothes despite the actual temperature in Southern California.
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