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VIDEO: PARENTHOOD Promo 'Everything is Not Okay'

September 19
10:21 2012
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On the September 25th episode of the NBC drama PARENTHOOD titled 'Everything is Not Okay,' Kristina (Monica Potter) and Adam (Peter Krause) cope with emotional news and turn to family and new friends for support. Meanwhile, Zeek’s (Craig T. Nelson) behavior with his grandchildren triggers doubts concerning his health and Sarah (Lauren Graham) confronts her new boss (Guest Star Ray Romano) and receives an unexpected outcome.

Also, Max (Max Burkholder) attempts to adapt to a new school, but may lose his only friend in the process. Also starring Sam Jaeger, Erika Christensen, Mae Whitman, Savannah Paige Rae, Joy Bryant, Tyree Brown, Bonnie Bedelia and Xolo Mariduena. The episode airs at 10:00 pm/ET on NBC. Get a sneak peek below!

"Parenthood" is a one-hour drama inspired by the box-office hit of the same name. This re-imagined and updated Universal Television/Imagine Television production follows the trials and tribulations of the very large, very colorful and imperfect Braverman family.

VIDEO: PARENTHOOD Promo 'Everything is Not Okay'

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