Get ready to cry again.
Yes In 2017 there is still really great television with This Is Us that tells stories that surprise you in a way you have really never seen before, packs real emotional heart, pulls you in, and compels you to keep watching and to come back for another episode.
This Is Us returns for its highly anticipated second season on Sept 26. And get ready to shed all of the tears you have been holding in because NBC just released a scene from the premiere that is sure to make your eyes rain.
In the sneak peek, Randall (Sterling K Brown) and Rebecca (Mandy Moore) have an honest conversation about this adoption, and how she was hesitant about it before Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) convinced her he was meant to be their son. And thank God he did!
“It’s complicated “, Rebecca tells Randall at first when he asks about his adoption and whether or not they argued about the adoption decision, as he and his wife Beth (Susan KelechiWatson) are currently having issues over the adoption. (He wants to be but she doesn’t seem to want to)
Cut to a flashback of Rebecca and Jack looking at little Randall in the hospital, just after Kate and Kevin were born and they were grieving the loss of their third triplet “Can’t you just feel it? Can’t you just see it? “Jack asks Rebecca, who admits to Randall she initially said no.
He was so determined that you were meant to be ours, sometimes in marriage someone has to be the one to push to make big moves. And often times in our marriage, yes it was your father. Our marriage was not perfect, it’s true, but none are. And your father was not perfect either, but he was pretty damn close, as close as they come. And Randall was crying and crying.
Expect the waterworks to continue throughout the season premiere, as we will receive a huge reveal about Jack’s death, with creator Don Fogelman revealing that “A big piece of the puzzle that will potentially set the internet abuzz, but hopefully give some momentum to that storyline” will go into the episode.
Our advice: please stack the tissues