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Are Emmy voters taking notice of Sterling K. Brown (Randall) destroying viewers' Kleenex boxes coast-to-coast weekly?
Career Days, doesn't answer all of our questions, but we're starting to get clearer view of the complete picture.
The best moment is when proud math geek Randall announces to his family at breakfast, "My dad put on a tie every day because he had to. I put one on every day because I want to." Randall, c'mere. I wanna give you and your little midlife crisis a big hug!
After last week's revelation that Jack was dead, this week's This is Us episode focused on parental relationships - and we got some genuinely tear-jerking moments that are sure to keep viewers satisfied, yet emotionally drained.
There's no point in mincing words here: This week's episode of This Is Us was, by far, the best yet.
Oh, Jack. Lovable Jack! In a few short episodes, it's become clear that our mustachioed dreamer is the heart of This Is Us. It's no surprise then, that the two standout scenes in this rather mediocre hour involve Jack and his sons.
This Is Us is not a guilty pleasure. I don't believe in those on television because you either like something or you don't, and feeling guilt about watching television is a waste of brain cells.
Now that's what I call method acting.
This storyline threatens to put [Kevin] right back into the clichéd, tortured pretty-boy role I'd like to see him freed from.