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Bonus: Commend I sometime have a hard time critiquing Parenthood in a fair way because the Bravermans’ politics and beliefs are directly in line with mine. I’m sure a lot of people watched this episode and felt disappointed that it was so relatively cavalier about abortion (assuming Amy actually did get one), but as a liberal feminist (like I needed to tell you that), I thought the trips to Planned Parenthood, the open dialogue and the writers allowing this to be Amy’s choice over Drew’s were subtle and powerful, and only slightly derailed by Amy’s dad being a dead ringer to Kenny Bania.
Read more: Parenthood: This Week’s Chuckle, Cry and Cringe

Bonus: Commend
I sometime have a hard time critiquing Parenthood in a fair way because the Bravermans’ politics and beliefs are directly in line with mine. I’m sure a lot of people watched this episode and felt disappointed that it was so relatively cavalier about abortion (assuming Amy actually did get one), but as a liberal feminist (like I needed to tell you that), I thought the trips to Planned Parenthood, the open dialogue and the writers allowing this to be Amy’s choice over Drew’s were subtle and powerful, and only slightly derailed by Amy’s dad being a dead ringer to Kenny Bania.

Read more: Parenthood: This Week’s Chuckle, Cry and Cringe

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