Parenthood – Episode 4-10 Review – “Business or Pleasure?” He was frustrated and embarrassed with not being good at the gig, and walked out. Joel went to his house ... Mae Whitman being adorable with Glen Hansard The Luncheonette storyline was a bit schmoopy, but I’m glad it’s been resolved –too much ... 12/13/2012 - 2:21 am | View Link
'Parenthood' review, recap: 'Trouble in Candyland' sizzles with Oscar winner, heated meltdowns, and pot! In other Braverman news, Amber gets Ryan a contractor gig with Uncle Joel, but a couple smart-mouth coworkers ... It was certainly a treat to see Glen Hansard and his lovely music on "Parenthood," which was used to full effect in the final shots, with ... 12/5/2012 - 10:40 am | View Link
So…That Just Happened: Look Who Broke Up on Last Night’s ‘Parenthood’ Everyone is on drugs in this week’s episode of “Parenthood,” ‘Trouble in Candyland ... Crosby tells Adam they have to argue for The Luncheonette’s zoning at tomorrow’s city council meeting. Adam thinks they should try to talk to Marleise ... 12/5/2012 - 3:01 am | View Link
'Parenthood': 'Once' star Glen Hansard to guest -- EXCLUSIVE Here’s some news that will be music to the ears of Parenthood viewers: Glen Hansard is guest-starring as himself on an upcoming episode of the NBC drama. The Oscar-winning singer/songwriter and star of Once will use the Luncheonette to record ... 11/2/2012 - 10:31 am | View Link
'Parenthood': John Corbett Returning for Multiepisode Arc The news comes less than a month after former Parenthood guest star Jason Ritter booked a gig to return for the third season of the Jason Katims family drama as Mark, Sarah’s former love interest and Amber’s (Mae Whitman) teacher. 08/2/2011 - 7:57 am | View Link
A group of top Democratic lawmakers live in a squalorous group house in DC. The house was once the family home of Dick Durbin, but when his wife and family relocated to his California district. Now, three decades later, Durbin shares the house with Chuck Shumer and George Miller, amid dusty, filthy and disused furnishings dating back to the 1980s.
Scientists have found ancient fleas from the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. Some are nearly an inch long — compare to modern fleas that top out around half that size — and the fleas seem to be adapted to biting through the hides of dinosaurs.