Peter Krause expected to discuss Thursday’s season premier of “Parenthood” when he showed up to TODAY, but Kathie Lee and Hoda had their minds set on something else.
For more than seven years, Lauren Graham and Peter Krause have been succeeding on the small screen with a variety of projects."Not about ourselves, but about the world and books and family." RELATED: Lauren Graham talks end of 'Parenthood' and never-ending 'Gilmore Girls' As they bonded, Graham realized what they had together was different from what she was used to."Once we got together, there was no game play," the 49-year-old explained.It helps people look at their own lives and if you cry, it means you're wired correctly.One of Hollywood's most stable relationships may just be one fans know the least about.What has become a staple of Parenthood is the argument scene. Any family that has had their share of arguments will find a kindred spirit in the Bravermans of Parenthood. How very uncommon it has become to meet an extended family who all live within a short distance of one another!
Episodes of Parenthood regular contain two to three scenes of one of the families engaged in a loud, discussion/fight with multiple characters yelling at the same time. Parenthood offers the Braverman family to help calm that longing in us all.
At the same time, they have been savoring a relatively private life together as boyfriend and girlfriend.
While the pair rarely walks red carpets together and PDA pictures on Instagram are almost an oddity, the love between these two talented stars is something that deserves some recognition.
"Phew, suddenly it's like I'm talking to my grandma.
New Yorker and new doctor Zoe Hart accepts an offer from a stranger, Dr.
Then there's the black sheep Crosby, whose fear of commitment and settling down are challenged by the confident, aspiring mother of his child, Jazmin, whom he has fallen deeply in love with.