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"Brothers" delves deep into Kevin's unpleasant past, revealing new sides to this increasingly complex character in what is one of the more engaging episodes of the season.
After last week's bombshell [about] Kate ... the show spent some time unraveling her anxieties.
It's both the least subtle and most engaging episode of the second season so far.
This Is Us has jokes, you guys.
But there's no doubt that seeing Nicky pop up in the backseat of Stanley's car is a charming surprise, made even better if you knew going in that this episode was called "Brothers."
There's clearly more story to tell about this new pair of Pearson brothers.
Brothers is the best episode of the season thus far, and it feels a lot like early season 1.
This will likely escalate to an even more dangerous level. We just don't know how or when yet.
We need to talk about Kevin.
We really saw two very different, but equally shocking sides of Kevin during this episode.