Maddie and Chim love being parents, but it’s definitely an adjustment especially after they both go back to work. Not to mention they’re having to take care of Albert, too. They’re both so tired. Chim even falls asleep standing up and they both fell asleep watching the movie during their date night. But we know Maddie and Chim are going to be great parents, and we love that their friends and co-workers are so supportive and there for both of them.
The calls this week also focused on parenthood. The first call was crazy and pretty funny. The mom literally got pinned to the donkey. Yes, she was in a lot of pain, but she’s going to be fine. And she’s going to be rich because she filmed the entire thing, and apparently people loved it. We don’t know if we’d want that put on social media for everyone to see, but hey. You do you.
A son tried to break into his parents house later in “Parenthood”. We can’t believe the father put a restraining order on his son, and he didn’t care if his son got hurt when he tried to get into the house. The son didn’t seem like he was a danger to himself or others so we definitely think a restraining order was a little ridiculous.
And, finally, this wouldn’t be 9-1-1 without needing tissues. The last call had us in tears as we watched a daughter lose her mom.
- We’re glad May finally understood Athena’s point of view and why she was so scared. Athena loves May so much, and she wants to make sure she’s safe and will never try to hurt herself again.
- We liked the ending of the “Parenthood” and how it showed that biology doesn’t necessarily make a family. There are a lot of different ways to have kids and a family.
“You can have it all, but you can’t do it all. Delegate. Get help. Don’t be a martyr.”
“Basically ran out of the house this morning before I could change my mind and leave Jee’s side before she’s 40.”
“Sometimes, a family is what you make it. You can be a biological parent to a child or a parent figure to many. Guiding them and taking care of them. Like any other parent.”
What did you think about 9-1-1 4×10 “Parenthood”? Leave a comment and let us know!
9-1-1 airs Mondays at 8/7c on Fox.