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Thursday, January 12, 2012

A Racist Parrot, a Magazine Cover, and a Sleazy Reporter

Parenthood - Just Smile
Crosby acted like a big baby when Adam ended up on the cover of a local magazine, along with a piece on the Luncheonette. All the drama was worth it for both Adam and the viewer when Max stated that his dad looked cool on the cover. Does anyone else hope that Amber ends up dating that politician? And bring on a baby for Sarah! Watching her with a toddler will be adorable, and you know always wanted to see clips of Lorelai Gilmore taking care of baby Rory. This is the closest thing to that. Julia and Joel’s kindness and patience with Zoe is rewarded when Zoe’s boyfriend (now ex) signs the adoption papers. Yayyy. We like Crosby’s new friend and probably love interest. 
Episode grade: A-

Revenge - Infamy
This is one time where we didn’t think the revenge was bad enough. A man lied to and manipulated a child to help his career. He should have lost a heck of a lot more than his house and memoirs. Things are really starting to heat up regarding Jack, Emily, fake Amanda, Daniel, and Victoria. Finding out that Charlotte is (potentially) Amanda Clarke’s half sister was a twist we didn’t expect, but we feel like we should have. Either way, it’s awesome. Of course this episode was good. It’s this show. But this episode was so much better and plot-thickening than that midseason premiere last week. 
Episode grade: A-

Happy Endings - Meat the Parrots
Dave’s father comes for a visit, bringing his new girlfriend. Dave’s dad is dating Penny’s mom, Dana, much to Dave’s annoyance and Penny’s glee. Alex gets a parrot to keep her company in her shop, but it is constantly saying racist things. Brad, Max, and Alex investigate a Chinese restaurant that they are convinced is hiding a brothel. Because it’s this lighthearted show, they are wrong. The racist parrot was a stroke of genius, and we always like seeing Megan Mullally. This episode was another winner for this show. 
Episode grade: B+

A post about the new show Are You There, Chelsea? is forthcoming.

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