This is Us aka This is Me Too Emotionally involved

SPOILER ALERT: IF YOU AREN’T CAUGHT UP WITH “THIS IS US” GO WATCH NOW!

Week after week, I have to constantly remind myself that “This Is Us” is a fictional show and that Jack Pearson is a fictional character. (And side note: kind of unrealistic. I mean, does someone as perfect as Jack actually exist in real life? Someone who loves his family above all else, is continually putting their needs ahead of his own, always saying the perfect thing to encourage them, and most importantly, can rock a mustache, a goatee and a beard? I don’t think so.)

Well, anyways. Unless you have been in deep hibernation, you know that we recently learned that Jack died after he ran back inside his home to save the family dog as a fire burned down his home. Except, PLOT TWIST! He made it out in one piece! Our poor Jack, however, succumbed to his internal injuries and suffered smoke inhalation and went into cardiac arrest and died while REBECCA WAS OUT OF THE ROOM. I can’t deal.

The good news is is that on a typical TV show, once a character dies, we never see them again, but that’s not the case here. Scenes of Jack rocking the goatee aren’t going anywhere! We’re still going to have our flashbacks. I had a lot of thoughts about the episode, and so without further ado, watch and mourn with me.

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