This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Buzz·Posted on Jan 28, 2015The Definitive Ranking Of Bravermans On NBC's "Parenthood"As the series finale draws near, let's take some time to reflect on (and ruthlessly rank) one of TV's favorite families.by NotHaddieCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 20. Seth Holt Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Ugh, Seth. The bad boy persona is just not a good look when you're 50. He values his music much more than his children, and after being absent for most of their childhood, he came back a couple of times throughout the show only to let them down — again. Overall he's a loser, the only thing he's got going for him is that he's John Corbett. (Aidan would never act like this, just saying.) 19. Haddie Braverman Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC She was always mildly annoying, but was smart, responsible and a good sister to Max — remember when she helped him run for class president? She even somehow made dating a 21-year-old alcoholic seem like a great idea. Then, she went off to college AKA DISAPPEARED OFF THE FACE OF THE EARTH. Like wow, way to abandon your whole family! You're missing important stuff here!! Joel and Julia split up, do you even care? Your parents CREATED A SCHOOL. Have you even met Nora?! You're a deadbeat Braverman, go hang out with Seth. 18. Sydney Graham Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC There's no contest for who wins Drama Queen of the Braverman family. She has slammed more doors, stomped up more stairs, thrown more fits and screamed more often than anyone else on the show (and possibly in the history of television). Her sass is unmatched and, admittedly, entertaining to watch, but during her fits of rage she's said some pretty terrible things, including blaming Victor for their parents' marital issues and bullying a girl at school for being overweight. She's also been known to whip out the "I HATE YOU" scream. Syd, you are in need of a serious attitude adjustment. 17. Aida Braverman NBC Jasmine and Crosby's new baby who is ranked so low because she is too young to bring anything to the table. (Besides that colic phase....) 16. Jasmine Trussell Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Ok, Jasmine is actually pretty cool. Crosby can be a lot to handle at times but she is extremely supportive and they always work things out. She is willing to work hard at her marriage and in general, but can also relax and have a good time, which some people (ahem, Kristina and Julia) struggle with. However, are we all just supposed to forget that she hid Jabbar from Crosby for FIVE YEARS!? And then one day was just like "Surprise! Here's your son!". Not OK Jasmine! There were definitely better ways you could have handled that situation. 15. Camille Braverman Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Camille is.....nice. She is generally the calmer, more sympathetic parent who is more approachable than Zeek. She offers a quiet unconditional love for her children and grandchildren, and even the in-laws — remember how she helped Kristina when she was going through her cancer treatment? Also, she likes painting? She's kind of just boring, to be honest — and for such a tearjerker show, not many touching moments featuring Camille come to mind. Sorry, Grandma. 14. Nora Braverman Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Adam and Kristina's youngest hasn't really been a central character, but the recent scene of her tea party with Adam — earned her some major cuteness points. The few words that she has said have also been adorable — maybe it's a good thing that Haddie has been absent for most of her life, because Nora isn't annoying at all! 13. Victor Graham Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Things were rocky with Victor when he first joined the Braverman clan, but who could blame him for being overwhelmed?! There's a lot to deal with in that family, especially when your sister is satan. Oops typo! — Sydney. Eventually he warmed up and realized that not only were the Bravermans not going to give up on him, but he couldn't get away from them if he tried! Once a Braverman, always a Braverman (....unless you're Haddie). He's a good kid who deserves a medal for living with Sydney! 12. Jabbar Trussell Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Jabbar is by far the sweetest of the under 18 set in this family. He is consistently kind and funny, and idolizes his dad which is adorable. He took it really well when his parents couldn't bring him to Harry Potter World for his birthday, and loved the Potter themed party Jasmine planned instead. Come to think of it, he also took it really well when he met his dad for the first time at 5 years old (thanks a lot Jasmine). He doesn't get a lot of screen time but he's a really sweet kid 11. Max Braverman Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Max is one of the characters who has grown a lot during the course of the show. He is far more grown up and independent, and has embraced his Asperger's diagnosis as a major part of his identity. His focus has also shifted from bugs to photography, which gave him the opportunity to bond with Hank while also totally wing-manning for him (OK that may have been unintentional). With Max, you always get his unfiltered opinon, no sugarcoating, which is shocking but refreshing. And honestly, if you can get your parents to create an entire school just for you, you're the favorite child. So congrats Max! 10. Sarah Braverman Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Oh my god, stop talking over everyone all the time! Sorry, just had to get that out. Anyway, throughout the seasons we have watched Sarah struggle to find her footing in her personal life, her professional life, and in some aspects, her life as a parent. She has made some mistakes, but despite all that she is loveable and charismatic. Her relationships with her children have come a long way, especially with Amber, and she has proven that she is always there for them no matter what. She moved out of her parents' house and finally realized that Hank is the one for her (what took you so long?!?). She's a bit all over the place (remember when she was a playwright?) but when it comes down to it, she's there for her family. 9. Julia Graham Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Julia is driven, successful, and competitive (basically the opposite of Sarah). She is reliable and usually serious but can be very sweet, like when she waited outside of Victor's school all day to reassure him. HOWEVER: Ed. Really??? Ed?!?! Joel is like, the perfect guy (which is why he is ranked higher on this list than she is.) and you go and mess things up....for Ed. And what was that with the teacher from Max's school?? In reality, it was heartbreaking to watch her and Joel's relationship problems, when she wanted to make it work and he didn't. Luckily, she snapped out of the temporary insanity that made her think Ed could ever compare to Joel and started handling things better, and finally it looks like a happy ending for Joelia! But still Julia, if you're wondering why you weren't ranked higher, it's because of Ed. 8. Kristina Braverman Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Like Julia, Kristina is often high strung and worrying. She acts on her emotions and they sometimes cloud her judgment, especially when it comes to her kids, who she is fiercely protective of. She definitely has a tendency to come off as harsh and abrasive, but she usually comes around. She and Adam are great together and not only did she kick cancer's butt, she also ran for mayor and started a school for children with special needs. I mean, that's pretty impressive. Also, she has great hair. 7. Hank Rizzoli Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC What is there to say? Everybody loves — sorry. He's a quirky guy, yet so lovable. He is definitely a Braverman wannabe, who recently made himself a Braverman gonnabe (go Hank!). In his own quiet way he has formed bonds with Max, Drew, Amber, and most importantly, his daughter Ruby. He is such a great guy and is constantly working to be even better. He probably would have been even higher on this list if he had been on the show longer. 6. Zeek Braverman Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Let's face it: Zeek is the center of the Braverman family. Despite being stubborn and hardheaded, which has often led to conflict, he has proven that his family is the absolute most important thing in his life. Although sometimes his children resent him butting in, they can always count on him being involved — from teaching Victor how to fix cars and improving his reading skills, to his wholehearted support of Amber's pregnancy, and everything in between. Also, thanks Zeek for always referring to people by their relationship to you, just in case we needed a reminder. 5. Crosby Braverman Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Crosby is kind of the Braverman kid who never really grew up, even though he has come a long way since Season 1. The family life chose him when Jabbar was introduced into his life a little late (ahem, Jasmine) but he has embraced it and now has two kids, a wife, and a house with a picket fence. He still can't help but indulge his wild side from time to time, most recently with his reckless motorcycle rides and getting busted for weed by a bouncer. He is the ying to straight edge Adam's yang, if you will, which makes their relationship so endearing and their conversations so entertaining. Irresponsible? Yes, sometimes. But hilarious all the time. Thanks for the comic relief, Cros. 4. Drew Holt Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Drew is a lot more sensitive and reserved than most of the Braverman clan, but he loves them anyway. He often acts as the voice of reason to his more impulsive and irrational mother and grandfather, and is a constant source of support to his best friend Amber. He even chose his college major based on what would put him in the best position to help her out financially! (Speaking of college, he proved that it's possible to both pursue a higher education AND not completely ditch your family! Take notes, Haddie.) He's loyal, responsible, and has a huge heart. Somebody's got to wear the skinny jeans in this family! 3. Joel Graham Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC In one episode, Hank talked to Drew about how Joel was the perfect guy, bringing everyone coffee in the hospital waiting room, staying calm and explaining what was going on, etc. In that scene, Hank was basically articulating what Parenthood viewers have been thinking for seasons: Joel is perfect. Or at least almost as close as you can get! I mean, who else could be a fantastic stay-at-home dad for years AND an extremely successful contractor?! He's just one of those people who's great to have around in any given situation. However, leaving his family was harsh and the kids took it really hard. That definitely knocks him down a couple points, but he changed his mind and has been back to his typically amazing self lately so he still makes the top 3. (Guess who wouldn't even make the top 100: Ed.) 2. Amber Holt Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Amber is the family member who we've seen grow up the most. In the pilot, she was a bratty and rebellious teenager who was so out of control that Sarah felt the need to move the family back to her parents' house. She got into her share of trouble in high school and despite her high intelligence, didn't get into college. Now she is responsible, has her own apartment and is starting a journey of single motherhood, and it really seems like she's going to do great. She has close relationships with her mom, brother, and grandfather; She's also tight with her uncles and she is one of the few people who can connect with Max. She is always there to help whoever needs it. She's not perfect by any stretch, but she has learned from her mistakes and she's not judgmental. It's just too bad we can't watch her grow up even more and raise her son — spinoff, NBC?!? 1. Adam Braverman Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC The show is called Parenthood, but Adam has shown us how many roles parents really have. Besides being an incredible father to his three children, he is also an amazing husband, son, brother, uncle, and brother-in-law. He often finds himself being torn in multiple directions while juggling all of these roles, because he is so respected and relied on. But he manages to do his best and be there for everyone while remaining calm and maintaining his sense of humor. His dance moves are really...something and he can hilariously fall flat when trying to be "cool." Perhaps the most compelling thing about him is that he's so relatable. He's just a regular guy trying to make things work and make everyone happy. Sorry for gushing, but Adam, you're the man. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Bravermans, you will be missed.