Author Luke Annand

Film geek, podcaster and newly minted IATSE member from Regina, Saskatchewan. I met Don McKellar once, and he told me that Quentin Tarantino is exactly like me.

Parenthood Parenthood Night

After last week’s pause for reflection on the family history and past decisions of the Braverman clan, “We Made It Through the Night’, written and directed by series creator Jason Katims, gets things going again plot-wise before the narrative and emotional climaxes of next week’s finale.

Parenthood Parenthood Home

After last week’s hour of suspense and literal life and death, “Let’s Go Home” (written by star staff writer Sarah Watson and directed by Allison Liddi Brown whose past episodes include classics such as “If This Boat Is A Rockin'”, “Nora” and “Tales from The Luncheonette”) shifts into a slower gear and becomes one of the more reflective episodes of the final season.

Parenthood Parenthood How 1

“How Did We Get Here?”, the series landmark 100th episode written by series creator Jason Katims and directed by tv vet Michael Weaver (whose credits range from Malcolm in the Middle all the way to Masters of Sex) opens with a flashing red light as Zeke is being wheeled out of his home and into the ambulance.

Television Sports Night

In the venn diagram of “Christmas Episodes starring Peter Krause (two of which are executive produced by Brian Grazer and Ron Howard)” and “Aaron Sorkin Christmas Episodes”, Sports Night’s “The Six Southern Gentlemen of Tennessee” would be the overlap. This would be the first of an unofficial trilogy of Christmas episodes written by Aaron Sorkin.

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