Parenthood 2014 is back with Parenthood 2014 Season 6 Spoilers showing Amber Braverman going into early labor. Will the baby be okay? And how will Joel and Julia end up on this farewell season of Parenthood? Here’s tonight’s recap of Episode 8 of the final season of NBC’s Parenthood 2014.
So little Nora Braverman is growing up, as mama Kristina braids her hair. Max, meanwhile, asks Mom how he asks a girl out. He’s afraid of falling into the “friend zone.” Since Dad is out of town, Max wants the “specific protocol” (so scientific!) on the process.
Jasmine shares with Crosby her interest in a filing job for 30 bucks an hour! Yay! So Jabbar says that means an iPhone? Yeah, right.
Ruby comes into Hank‘s shop with Mom–fighting, of course. Ruby thinks she can stay at the house alone with Mom Sandy out of town. Hank agrees, much to Mom’s chagrin. Yeah, we’ll see. I’ve seen the Parenthood 2014 spoilers.
At school, Max is determined to find Dylan and ask her out. He finds her–and dang! She’s kissing some boy. Poor Max. I guess you’re not at a 3 with her yet, Max. So he goes to Kristina, telling her she should expel Aaron, the guy Dylan was kissing. He doesn’t share that with Mom, but starts freaking out, on the verge of tears, yelling that she can expel this guy for any reason.
Now that Jasmine is working again, Grandma Camille is babysitting the baby while parents are away. Crosby explains to Camille that Jasmine isn’t teaching again, but evades the issue of exactly why she’s taking this filing job.
So Jasmine is at work being a file clerk–and is working with her mom! She shares that Crosby is optimistic about things turning around with his business, but she isn’t sure.
At the studio, Crosby and Amber watch two gals sing about a hungry cat. Oh, wow. I love cats, but that’s pretty bad. Drew is there, too, looking for his Econ grade on the computer. The singers finish, and Crosby lies, saying how he loved it. Wow.
Max is upset his mom didn’t back him up, so he starts passing out flyers regarding expelling Aaron because he’s a freak. Dylan steps in, saying they are all freaks at the school. Max gets into a fight with Aaron. Kristina steps in, telling both to get into her office. Max tells his mom that Aaron was kissing Dylan. Mom looks upset. Dylan looks guilty.
In the principal’s (Mom’s) office, Kristina talks to and dismisses Aaron before talking to Max. She acknowledges that Max’s feelings are hurt pretty bad. Is Max in trouble for the flyer, he asks. He wants to go to class, not wanting to talk about the situation. Kristina says okay.
Then we see Crosby doing some crazy dance alone in the studio. What the heck? Amber walks in and shuts off the music. She’s worried about him. Aren’t we all? He thinks he hurt his neck. Amber gives the news from Adam. They have their cat jingle, and next, they have a toothpaste commercial. Crosby prefers Metallica or the Foo Fighters, as they both lie on the floor and talk. (Yeah, Crosby wore himself out.) Amber has a lead on some random band. Crosby can’t go see them due to a dinner date with his mother-in-law. Amber says it’s not until 11:oo p.m. He can do it! Or is he just like older brother Adam??!! Okay, he’s in.
Hank’s at his studio, too. Ruby checks in from her house, telling dear ole Dad she’s watching a marathon on TV. He hears voices, but she swears she’s not having people over. Then she runs downstairs to a house full of people, some of whom are carrying in the keg. Paaaaarty!
Dinner at Crosby’s with mom-in-law. Real estate is a good job to get into, she shares. Hint, hint to the son-in-law.
Something made Hank head over to the house where Ruby is having a huge party. He calls the ex. He sees a keg and “marijuana paraphanalia.” Yeah, Hank, you’re in a good place right now with your daughter, but you have to go in and shut things down. He doesn’t know what to do–no surprise to Sandy, who he calls right away. She’s on her way home.
Dylan surprises Kristina by showing up at her home. Dylan asks if Max is upset about her and Aaron. Why does she like Aaron, Max has asked her. Dylan says she doesn’t know; she just does. And she’s never going to like Max in “that way.” “Asperger’s” comes down the stairs (yeah, she still calls him that.) Why is she there? She says she came to hang out, since they are friends.” Max says, “We’re not friends.” Dylan leaves. Awwww . . . .
Amber goes to her brother for a date night to see the band she has discovered. Drew can’t because he didn’t do well on his first Econ test, and he has to do a retest. Amber keeps pushing him, so Drew tells her that someone has to make money to help raise her kid, so he has to study! Drew is feeling the pressure.
Meanwhile, Hank gets up the nerve to go in the house and confront Ruby. “I’m the Dad; that means get out!” Way to stand up, Hank! The ex will be proud. Ruby looks disappointed–kind of in herself.
Crosby is getting ready to go out with Amber to see the band, when Jasmine walks in. He’s taking some pot, which Jasmine asks him about. Crosby is upset that she is now the “no pot on Tuesday” police and also that she shared his financial woes with her mother.
With everybody out of the house, Hank helps Ruby clean up. Gosh, Dad, she only invited four people! Yeah, right, the house was full. You’re not telling Mom, are you, Dad? Hank is upset because she lied to him, and he thinks she said she loved him to manipulate him. You’re right, Dad. I don’t love you. I hate you. Oh–knife in the heart. And she runs off to her room.
Crosby and Amber are frisked in line. Crosby’s weed is found. He says he has glaucoma and gets in a word fight with the bouncer. Meanwhile, niece Amber is trying to get his attention, as she thinks she is going into labor.
At the hospital, Amber says not to call mom or Drew. No need to worry them.
Sandy gets home and is glad that Hank has handled things with Ruby. She’s no longer in this alone. Three weeks of being grounded, says Mom. Did the kids bring some good stuff? Let’s have a drink. They share some brandy. Hank says that even if Ruby didn’t mean “I hate you,” that it really hurts. Yeah, Mom knows.
It looks like Amber is having Braxton Hicks symptoms, or fake labor. Oh, good, says Crosby. He’s just upset that the guard took his weed. He’s on a budget, afterall. They talk about saving The Luncheonette (why is it called that? did I miss that?). Amber encourages him to not give up; they can still fix it.
Back at school, Max tells Dylan that it doesn’t make sense that she likes Aaron. So he needs to express how he feels. He rolls out a collage of photos of them. Her friend think it’s very romantic (and creepy). Dylan can’t accept it. Please stop it, she says. Kristina walks up, overhearing. Max is adamant about his and Dylan’s compatibility, and he continues to express his love. Max doesn’t understand why Dylan can’t love him, as she says that she never will. Poor Max. Some of Dylan’s friends look as though they are holding back laughter.
Max runs outside–in traffic–with Kristina following. She catches up and wants to talk. He doesn’t. Mom says she is proud of Max for being so courageous, and his collage was beautiful. No, it wasn’t “creepy.” He showed his emotions, and she had no idea he could show all that. She knows he’s mad, but one day he will have those emotions again, but it will be for the right girl. What he did was “truly amazing.” It doesn’t feel that way, says Max. And he lets his mom hug him.
Amber visits Drew in the dorm to tell him about her false labor. She didn’t call him because she didn’t want to stress him out. No, says Drew, if she ends up in the hospital, she needs to call him. But he shouldn’t have to waste time on Economics or anything because he’s worrying about her finances.
So the ex shows up to drop off Ruby with Hank. Ruby wonders if Dad is ready to entertain her since she is grounded and can’t talk to her friends, get on the computer, phone, etc . . . So what to do? Cards? Hank will teach her poker. They start, and they laugh. Good times. Grounding works.
Crosby gets home and tells wifey that he hates how she has to take the job she did. He feels like a failure. She’s fine with it; she’s helping the family. Crosby says maybe he should have sold the studio and done something else. “It’s not a stupid dream,” says Jasmine. But she has a dream, too, says Crosby. She wants to open a dance studio. And she’ll have her time, says Jasmine. Aw, that’s good. Sometimes she seems a bit bossy. I like it when she’s supportive.
The previews of the next episode Parenthood 2014 totally captivate me. It looks like Sarah is wavering between Hank and the teacher she was engaged to. The young cutie is baaaaack! And Julia and Joel? Will their divorce be final? Camille wakes up to see Zeek ailing–scary! Will Zeek be the one that Parenthood 2014 spoilers predict may die in this final season of Parenthood Season 6? Oh, please, no! Parenthood 2014 will have one more episode on November 20th before taking a winter break and returning in January. We’ll see you next week as we recap one more show of Parenthood in 2014.
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