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Despite being given what feels like unwanted leftovers from the previous episode at times, part two handles the dark and complex so well it has us asking for seconds.
If This Is Us has proven one thing, it's that the Pearson siblings continue to evolve and while they can sometimes be self-absorbed, they continue to be there for each other during the tough times.
[It] is a conversation-heavy episode of a show that's usually strongest when it's telling its stories through visuals, rather than words. It still works, but I'd say it works despite that choice, not because of it.
Out of all the Pearsons, [Kevin's] he's had the most well-developed and interesting arc thus far (although I will hear arguments for Rebecca), and the trio of actors who portray this character have done a gorgeous job with him.
None of the Pearsons ever get to be happy for too long, it seems.
"Part Two" shifts the focus to Rebecca, with both the past and the present timelines moving forward a day each.