“I don’t think I would’ve approached playing Debbie the way that I did if it weren’t for ‘Parenthood,’” Bryant told us in an interview. “I get to work everyday on the show with really talented people and great material, and they give us a lot of freedom to do what we want to do. And I watch and observe and learn from people who are really amazing at improv and who seem very effortless in their delivery.”
Bryant admits that rust tends to settle in when big screen roles are few and far between. But “Parenthood,” she says, allows her to “stay fresh” during the dry spells.
“Parenthood” airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. on NBC. Below, Jasmine and Crosby have been dealing with a mold issue all season. On tonight’s episode, it looks as if nothing’s changed.