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This Is Us Super Bowl episode: See the first photos

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This Is Us Super Bowl episode photos

This is the episode you've been waiting for — the one in which The Question is answered. Yes, the post-Super Bowl episode of the NBC family drama will resolve the mystery of how Jack Pearson (Milo Ventimiglia) departed this realm. NBC has released a handful of photos from the episode that focus on the adult Big Three, who will each commemorate the highly loaded Super Bowl Sunday in different ways.
Randall (Sterling K. Brown) appears to be hosting a Super Bowl watch party with a lot of kids.
Randall (Sterling K. Brown), working hard with daughter Annie (Faithe Herman)
Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson) and daugher Tess (Eris Baker)
Randall and Tess have a heart-to-heart conversation
Randall, possibly contemplating life and/or death
Beth, probably concerned about Randall
Newly sober Kevin (Justin Hartley) definitely contemplating life and death
Kevin, either checking out the Big Game or specifically trying to avoid it
Kevin, maybe trying to free his mind
Kate (Chrissy Metz) tunes in to the Big Game
Toby (Chris Sullivan), perhaps making a point to Kate that she may not like
Toby, maybe trying to get answers from Kate about Jack's death
Toby documents a happier moment
Kate, perhaps trying to be a good sport and go along with whatever Toby has proposed
Something just happened.