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Parenthood Season 4 Episode 10 “Trouble in Candyland” Live Recap 12/4/12

Parenthood Season 4 Episode 10 “Trouble in Candyland” Live Recap 12/4/12Parenthood returns to NBC with a whole new episode called “Trouble in Candyland.” On tonight’s show Sarah puts her energy into helping Hank mend his relationship with his family, leaving Mark increasingly impatient with his status in Sarah’s life. If you missed the last episode you can read our full and detailed recap here!

On last week’s show Julia adjusted to her new role as a stay at home mom while supporting Joel’s ambitions. Crosby encountered a disruptive neighbor that might have threaten the future of the Luncheonette. Sarah and Mark disagree about parenting and relationship issues. Max was forced to make a difficult decision as the new student council President while Kristina and Adam encouraged him to take advantage of new experiences. Amber tried to help Ryan with his career.

On tonight’s show Sarah (Lauren Graham) puts her energy into helping Hank (Ray Romano) mend his relationship with his family, leaving Mark (Jason Ritter) increasingly impatient with his status in Sarah’s life. Julia (Erika Christensen) is concerned with Victor’s (Xolo Mariduena) frustration with school and seeks advice from Kristina (Monica Potter) on how to provide encouragement.

Joel (Sam Jaeger) reluctantly hires Ryan (Matt Lauria) on his construction site despite Ryan’s lack of experience. Crosby (Dax Shepard) and Adam (Peter Krause) enter a legal battle to save the Luncheonette while attempting to record an album for Academy Award winning musician Glen Hansard. Also starring Craig T. Nelson, Bonnie Bedelia, Miles Heizer, Joy Bryant, Tyree Brown, Xolo Mariduena, Max Burkholder, Mae Whitman and Savannah Paige Rae.

Tonight’s episode looks like it is going to be great and you won’t want to miss it, so be sure to tune in for our live coverage of NBC’s Parenthood at 10:00 PM EST!

PARENTHOOD SEASON 4 EPISODE 10 LIVE RECAP HERE!


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