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After confiding in each other, Madison called Kate her best friend and we can't wait to see where this friendship goes.
The revelations about William in this episode - his good-heartedness, his ability to write and draw so beautifully - aren't exactly surprising. More unexpected is the way Miguel moves toward the show's center this week.
This Is Us isn't really known for being subtle, but that final shot of a smoke detector with a missing battery was a lot.
Rebecca describes her relationship with Miguel as being "quieter and older" than the one she had with Jack. And that's a bit like what "Clooney" feels like too-a quieter, more mature version of This Is Us.
I love this episode for what it illuminates about Kevin and Miguel.
Sure, various other developments play out in the hour, titled "Clooney," and we'll get to them in a moment. But that last shot of the Pearson family's smoke detector, which urgently needs a battery replacement, has me spun.
Hoo boys, guys. Did you, too, get suckered in by the deceptively lighter tone of this This Is Us episode? I feel your pain.
This felt like one of the first This Is Us episodes in a while where the flashback portion really mattered.
As for Jack, we learn that he decided to take on a promising yet risky venture in his final days, courtesy of a particularly revealing flashback scene that is as joyful as it is utterly heartbreaking.