The most recent episode, “Deja Vu” featured the first real big-time guests stars in Sylvester Stallone and Ron Howard. Sly, as he tells Kevin and Kate to call him, is co-starring in a movie with Kevin. And yes, Ron is the director. Kevin is “The Manny” no more! Of course, Kate overstepped a little and went all word-vomit on Sly about ol’ Jack Pearson loving “Rocky,” which turned into Kevin having a meltdown during more than once scene of the war movie he’s shooting. He may even be turning to pills to help deal?
On the other side of the country, Randall and Beth have brought a foster daughter into their home. Naturally, it’s not going according to Randall’s plan. Teenage Randall is trying to find his birth parents by putting an ad in the paper, which is a thing people might still do?
Viewers have finally learned that Jack is going to die when the kids are in high school, but first he has to figure out how to reconnect with Rebecca in the back of their car– legally. Oh, we also met Miguel’s ex-wife? There’s more to process than I remember.
13 Hilariously Sad Tweets From Season 2, Episode 3 of “This Is Us“:
But, seriously– when did the alien abduction happen? I just went through my notes. Was this when Randall went to the park? Or is this why Toby wasn’t around at all this episode?
I went and checked– no tissue companies are currently sponsoring “This Is Us.” At least, not on Twitter. Should I connect with their marketing team and offer to live-tweet the episodes every week? Sounds like a billion dollar idea. Don’t steal it.
Same, same, same. I’m just glad it doesn’t come on in the morning or it really would take a lot of emotional support for me to get through the day.
Is this #FakeNews? I do feel like it’s something to be proud of, but it can’t be true. Remember the guy that went through 11 tissues this episode?
Wait– this is a great question. Maybe too deep for me though.
Seriously though. No one this show really dies, so that’s nice to know.
Yeah! See above! We know he’ll be around, so let’s just get to it. Rip the Band-Aid off, NBC.
This is actually sad– what took you so long?
And the mic drop on our emotions? The Pearsons are adopting the world’s stray-est, ugliest dog.