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The Last Seven Weeks recounts the latest feel-good Pearson drama while uncovering Beth's, Zoe's, and Kate's narratives like never before.
That ridiculous, feel-good Pearson drama is warm and cozy, even if the heel has worn away.
What I admire most about "The Last Seven Weeks," is its dedication to changing our outlook on Randall's campaign even though it may be the series' weakest storyline yet.
Randall and Beth are the best couple (sans Jack and Rebecca) on This Is Us, and seeing that fight between them was tough to watch.
Kate also didn't receive a ton of positive feedback from myself or others throughout most of the first half of This Is Us Season 3, but luckily she'd managed to really turn things around for herself and Toby.
Beth's past is incredibly mysterious, and we want to know everything.
In a wildly uneven season that's had some stellar highs, it's a little disappointing to watch the show kick off the new year with a relatively middling effort.
The present-day timeline is always better when the adult siblings are interacting face-to-face. Get KaToby back in the action!
In this week's episode, which reflects on the seven weeks leading up to Randall's election night, Beth, Zoe, and Kate's narratives challenge the men they've upheld while calling attention to their own needs and desires in a way we haven't seen before.
A layered puzzle even by This Is Us standards, working off of 2018's twists as well as its own opening's cryptic teases.
It was such a treacly episode you have to wonder what could possibly be next. Because there's no way the Pearsons get to be this happy for long.