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The Heart-Squishiest Moment From Last Night's 'Parenthood'

By Joanna Robinson | Miscellaneous | September 27, 2013 | Comments ()

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Parenthood holds a very special place in the hearts of your Pajiban overlords. We realize Jason Katims’ saga of the Braverman family doesn’t exactly fit with the snarkier aspects of the site, but it has wormed its way under our skin. And we want to share the heart-squishes with you, our crusty, black-souled readership. So every Friday morning we’ll bring you at least one ventricle crushing moment. Enjoy.


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  • I spent the summer working on a military base in Germany as a preschool teacher, and had the opportunity to attend a homecoming for my kids parents' unit (one that had seen casualties before their previous homecoming). Best believe I bawled all through this scene.

  • Michael Bluth


  • bastich

    That's not a nice thing to say about Bland.

  • competitivenonfiction

    It was like this episode was designed to make all of us loyal viewers think "oh look, a Parenthood episode that did not induce weeping," then "oh god oh god oh god."

  • Homestar

    I'm soooooo happy it's back! And I'm really happy Hank stuck around.

  • Allijo

    No one told me 4's was on this show. Dammit. Adding it to the Netflix queue.

  • Yep, he's in last season and the one that is just starting. But it's all worth watching.

  • I thought I was going to make it through a Parenthood episode without tears, but dammit they got me in that last scene. That was an ugly cry.

    Also, those red shoes. Gimme.

  • Michelle

    Gah. Mae Whitman is just so good. I haven't even seen the episode yet and this makes me want to cry.

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