10 Hilariously Sad Tweets From Season 2, Episode 9 of "This Is Us"

Last week during "This Is Us," we learned, after an episode of watching Kevin dig himself into a deeper and darker hole with every scene, that Kate and Toby lost their baby, setting us up for some big-time emotions this week.

As last week followed Kevin around during "Number One," this episode, "Number Two," follows Kate around during the same weekend and the same week of their teenage years. While Kevin and Randall are making decisions on colleges, Kate is hiding her dreams from her parents and watching her brothers do what they do best. In real time, we learn of Kate's miscarriage early on, which allows us to go through every emotion that Kate and Toby experience.

The pain of a miscarriage is all too real in this episode, with the storyline even focusing in on Toby's grief. We even get a scene between Rebecca and Kate where she reminds Kate that she also lost a baby once and she never even got to hold him. That was a much needed scene for the pair, as most of their interactions are a little too mother-daughter dramatic. Also, sometimes, kids forget that their parents lived whole entire lives before they came along-- it's a nice callback to that.

And of course, the Internet had a lot to say about this episode.

10 Hilariously Sad Tweets From Season 2, Episode 9 of "This Is Us":

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Jordan Fisher Crowned Season 25 Champion of "Dancing With the Stars" in Dramatic Fashion

Season 25 of "Dancing With the Stars" has come to a close and the results were only somewhat surprising. The final three-- Jordan Fisher, Lindsey Stirling, and Frankie Muniz went to head-to-head in dramatic reality TV fashion complete with sequins, rhinestones and more sequins.

The finale consisted of each of the three finalists dancing a repeat routine from earlier in the season, which found Lindsay and Mark Ballas doing the jive (40/40); Frankie and Whitney Carson nailing the Argentine tango (30/30); and Jordan and Lindsay Arnold samba'ing (30/30).

Jordan's repeat routine was flawless, but the video leading up to the routine, was pretty intense. Jordan shared that as a child actor he seemed to always get second place on everything he did. So, at this point, most viewers were thinking-- please don't let this poor kid get second. After booking "The Secret Life of the American Teenager," he also got cast in the Broadway production of Hamilton. So, then, most viewers were like, he'll be fine.

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Blake Shelton Says He'll Be Damned if Chloe Kohanski Isn't a Star After This Performance on "The Voice"

in 1998, Dido released "Thank You" on the soundtrack to the movie, "Sliding Doors." Eventually, she included it on her debut album, No Angel, and the tune peaked at No. 3 on Billboard's Hot 100 Chart. After Chloe Kohanksi's Top 12 live performance on "The Voice" for #TeamBlake, the song is likely going to work its way back up the iTunes chart, because that's how this whole thing works.

Before the show started, Chloe shared, "I sing for those who need love." She also dedicated the performance to her boyfriend, "it's not a very glamorous love song...there's a line, 'and then you call me...' and whenever he calls me or I call him, it's all right."

Coach Blake Shelton is pretty convinced Chloe could be a star and is already building her up to record labels. After the performance, Blake gave her a standing ovation as her boyfriend Hunter watched from the front row.

"I really think you are a total superstar. I just felt like you were at an awards show and you are just such a star. No one else could do this but you." former coach Miley Cyrus told her.

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Ashland Craft Turned "Delta Dawn" Into an '80s Rock Ballad on "The Voice"

"The Voice" has finally moved into its live performances and the Top12 didn't hold anything back. #TeamMiley's Ashland Craft took on the Tanya Tucker classic, "Delta Dawn" and really did some work on it.

During rehearsals, Miley and Ashland chose between this acoustic ballad and Zac Brown Band's "Chicken Fried," but this performances wasn't exactly what she rehearsed. Ashland came out and took "Delta Dawn" to Camp Rock, versus anywhere else that only requires a suitcase in her hand. It wasn't folksy or charming, but she certainly made a case for herself.

Ashland's transition on stage also presented her with an opportunity to do a little hair flip, which was a pretty gutsy move.

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Garth Brooks Is A Huge Denzel Washington Fan And Thinks Everyone Should See His New Movie "Five Times A Day"

Garth Books is taking the entertainment bull by the horns and diversifying his repertoire. The recent CMA Entertainer of the Year filled in for Michael Strahan as a co-host on "Good Morning America" where he got to chat with acting legend Denzel Washington about his new movie, "Roman J. Israel, Esq." To say that Garth like the movie is a huge understatement. He called it "prefect."

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Everything Coming to Netflix in December

Here's the thing about Netflix. When they take someone away from you, they always you give something in return. I mean, you have no control over either, but at least you know it's not the worst thing in the world.

December is going to bring season 2 of "The Crown" and a new show, "Bright." Plus, stand-up specials from Judd Apatow, Russell Howard, Craig Ferguson, and Dave Chappelle.

And much, much more.

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Everything Leaving Netflix in December

It's that time of the month again-- Netflix giveth and Netflix taketh away.

December 1st

All I Want for Christmas
Black Snake Moan
Cousin Bette
La Viuda Negra: Season 1
Picture Perfect
Practical Magic
Scary Movie 2
Scary Movie 3
Super Size Me
Terriers: Season 1
The Crucible
The Gospel Road: A Story of Jesus
The Man from Snowy River
Touch: Season 2
Two Girls and a Guy
Waking Life
Young Frankenstein
Yu-Gi-Oh! Bonds Beyond Time
Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal: Seasons 1-2
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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Trying to Fill-in Random Internet Searches with Jimmy Fallon is Hilarious

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill can do a lot of things, but part of me truly believes they don't spend a lot of time on the World Wide Web just clicking and scrolling. I'm sure they can use computers, but you know-- when most people were starting to use computers every single day during their 9 to 5s, Tim and Faith were cranking out hit after hit after hit and singing on stages across the globe.

During a recent appearance on "The Tonight Show," Tim and Faith squared-off against each other in a game of filling in the blanks to random Internet searches. Tim was with Questlove and Faith was with Jimmy. To answer the questions, contestants had to type in their answers on a computer. Tim types like your dad.

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Rascal Flatts and Boyz II Men Got Into a Battle, It's The Best Thing Ever

If you've ever wondered why the Internet existed, it's not to disseminate information in a quick way or to keep you connected to humans across the globe. No, the Internet literally exists so Rascal Flatts could battle Boyz II Men in the greatest thing to ever happen to any group of men who sing for a living.

Boyz II Men have sold 27 million albums worldwide and currently have a residency in Las Vegas. Rascal Flatts have sold a respectable 18 million albums and still tour and recently had a No.1 single.

This battle touched on more topics than I knew were available-- the Boyz compared the Flatts to a bad Fox News show. Flatts said the Boyz were every single grandmother's favorite band. And those were the ones suitable for publishing.

This is brilliant.