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    Jan 30, 2015

    The "Parenthood" Cast And Crew Watched The Series Finale Together And It's Too Much

    At creator Jason Katims' house. Hold me?

    On Thursday night, Parenthood fans said good-bye to the TV family they've come to feel incredibly close to over the course of the NBC family drama's six seasons.

    One big, happy, wonderful family. #ParenthoodFarewell

    Parenthood@nbcparenthoodFollow

    One big, happy, wonderful family. #ParenthoodFarewell

    10:33 PM - 29 Jan 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

    There was little, if anything, that could console all honorary Bravermans watching the series finale...

    Literally not even halfway through the final episode and they've already had like three sob worthy moments #ParenthoodFarewell

    Kayla Townsend@_ktownsendFollow

    Literally not even halfway through the final episode and they've already had like three sob worthy moments #ParenthoodFarewell

    10:26 PM - 29 Jan 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

    Excuse me while I bawl my eyes out #ParenthoodFarewell

    Katie Gorall@katiegorallFollow

    Excuse me while I bawl my eyes out #ParenthoodFarewell

    10:48 PM - 29 Jan 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

    IF YOU ARE NOT CRYING RIGHT NOW CONGRATULATIONS YOU'RE A ROBOT I WANT TO BE YOU #ParenthoodFarewell

    Mia Zapanta@miazapantaFollow

    IF YOU ARE NOT CRYING RIGHT NOW CONGRATULATIONS YOU'RE A ROBOT I WANT TO BE YOU #ParenthoodFarewell

    10:47 PM - 29 Jan 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

    I am not okay. I don't think I'll ever stop crying. But thank you @nbcparenthood for the most beautiful ending imaginable. #BravermanForever

    Chelsey Etkin@savedbythechelFollow

    I am not okay. I don't think I'll ever stop crying. But thank you @nbcparenthood for the most beautiful ending imaginable. #BravermanForever

    11:05 PM - 29 Jan 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

    But Tyree Brown, who played Jabbar Braverman on the series, made it all better when he tweeted this photo of the cast and crew watching the series finale together.

    We r all here watching the finale together!!!

    And Parenthood writer Sarah Watson tweeted this one as well. Because it's important to see this amazingness from multiple angles.

    #Parenthood cast and writers gathering to cry through the finale. I love these people so much.

    Sarah Watson@SarahWatson42Follow

    #Parenthood cast and writers gathering to cry through the finale. I love these people so much.

    10:21 PM - 29 Jan 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

    And Monica Potter (Kristina Braverman) tweeted the same one as Brown, but it deserves to be seen again.

    Our @nbcparenthood family! ❤️you all so much!

    And with more angles/filters!

    Thank you @nbcparenthood for the memories and friendships! And to the fans! So much ❤️❤️❤️❤️

    Monica Potter@monicapotterFollow

    Thank you @nbcparenthood for the memories and friendships! And to the fans! So much

    11:14 PM - 29 Jan 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

    Yes, that's creator Jason Katims, Potter in the hat, and Max Burkhalolder (Max Braverman) on a chair behind them with one of the twins — Ella and Mia Allan — who played his TV little sister Nora.

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    And Savannah Paige Rae (Sydney Graham) with her TV mom Erika Christensen (Julia Graham) in front of her.

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    Also, it looks like Mae Whitman (Amber Holt) behind them, but it's hard to tell with all these tears in my eyes.

    And on the end is Brown with his TV cousin Xolo Maridueña (Victor Graham) and the other adorable little Allan.

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    And in the back, there's Craig T. Nelson (Zeek Braverman) and Ray Romano (Hank Rizzoli).

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    And it gets better. If you look extra closely, you can they're gathered at creator Jason Katims' home because note the wall art.

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    Katims also created Friday Night Lights, which originated this beautiful slogan for the Dillon High Panthers.

    Thank you to the Parenthood cast and crew. Our hearts could not be more full right now.

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    Oh wait. Yes, they could.

    Watching the twins who play Nora react to themselves on screen is the best thing ever. #ParenthoodFarewell

    Sarah Watson@SarahWatson42Follow

    Watching the twins who play Nora react to themselves on screen is the best thing ever. #ParenthoodFarewell

    10:30 PM - 29 Jan 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

    They really, really could.

    We just taught @SavanahPaigeRae the meaning of "bittersweet." #ParenthoodFarewell

    Sarah Watson@SarahWatson42Follow

    We just taught @SavanahPaigeRae the meaning of "bittersweet." #ParenthoodFarewell

    10:22 PM - 29 Jan 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

    Bittersweet, indeed.

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