There's a new triangle forming around Ray Romano's strangely lovable character on the NBC Drama
Ray Romano‘s Hank has a habit of finding himself in some uncomfortable entanglements on NBC's “Parenthood.”
Usually, it involves Sarah… But in TheWrap's exclusive preview from Thursday's episode, there's a whole new triangle forming for Hank.
To refresh your memory, Hank has been ingratiating himself with Adam (Peter Krause) and Kristina (Monica Potter) as he built a friendship with their son, Max (Max Burkholder).
That relationship makes more and more sense as Hank deals with possibly going all these years living with undiagnosed Asperger syndrome, the same disorder Max lives with.
On the last episode, Max lost his only buddy at school and that might be the reason that Adam wants to befriend Hank — so he doesn't feel alone. But, Crosby (Dax Shepard) isn't on the same page with his brother.
Read NBC's description for this week's “Parenthood” below and watch our exclusive preview above.
Camille (Bonnie Bedelia) returns home to an ecstatic Zeek (Craig T. Nelson), but not everyone makes an appearance at her welcome home party. Joel (Sam Jaeger) continues to spend long hours at work and away from Julia (Erika Christensen). Hank (Ray Romano) spends time with Adam (Peter Krause) and confronts his problems, while Amber (Mae Whitman) runs away from hers.
“Parenthood” airs Thursdays at 10/9c on NBC.