It’s time for us collectively this is us The ratings, give Miguel Rivas a damn break.
Of course, it’s fun to buckle him. I must have done it more than once. But Rebecca’s husband showed up repeatedly, caring about many things and doing things well-and half of the time, he did it in the 70s blowout, which would make Farrah Fawcett Envy.
This week’s episode did not show Jack’s best friend, but reminded him that he was definitely not waiting for Jack to kick it, just to raid and sad Rebecca. On the contrary, he was a decent person who helped ease the huge tension between the young Pearson and Rebecca̵
Read on for the main points of “Both things can be true”.
Who is the best man? (first part) | Looking back, Jack was about to ask Rebecca to marry him. He has a grand plan to turn her apartment into a carnival, filled with candy apples and flashing lights, to reshape their first date. Miguel helped him prepare the place and encouraged him to practice suggestions including props. Everything went well…until Jack put Rebecca’s ring waaaaay on Miguel’s little finger and got stuck.
Of course, that was the moment Rebecca’s father personally told Jack that although he would not bring blessings to the marriage, he would do his best to become a commoner. Jack is ready to accept this, but Miguel is not. “It’s not good enough.” In his speech, he talked about Jack being a good person and how much he did to make himself a better companion for Rebecca. Moreover, if Mr. Malone cannot bless the union, “it means more to you than to him.” Rebecca’s father seems to be reconsidering, and then announces that he knows the trick to flossing.
Who is the best man? (the second part) | Kevin wants Randall to be his best man, but can’t seem to write an email asking him to do so. At the same time, Miguel’s plans for Kevin and Madison’s rehearsal dinner annoyed Nicky, and Nicky stepped in and said he wanted to help. What he really wants to do is to sniff Niguel Ipe to understand how he stole Rebecca after Jack died. “Just not with me,” Nicky said. “My brother killed me and replaced me with you. You came, and you came in suddenly and married his wife.”
This is the second time in this episode, and Miguel will not talk nonsense. He pointed out that 13 years after Jack died, he married Rebecca. When he talked about this topic: “I only have one person who owes me money and explain to him that that is someone I can never give. Of course I don’t owe you one.”
Later, Nicky called to apologize, and Miguel made it clear: “He never replaced you, Nicky.” He added that Jack asked him to stand up at the wedding, but “he can’t call me the best man because I Think somewhere in the depths, he is saving that place for you.” You, I think these two people will become friends!
Kevin called Randall, but didn’t realize that his brother had already had a deep influence for the alien adopter for part of the day. Despite this, Randall happily agreed to become Kevin’s best man, but was not ready to postpone their conversation on the night the baby was born. Kev fully understands it, but suggests that both of them should be vaccinated in person. This surprised Randall, but he readily agreed.
Dancing all night | Kate started her new job at school, but her colleague (direct supervisor?) You are the worstChris Geere is not very impressed with her. He made it clear that she was not qualified for the position, nor was she at the top of his list, but a higher person made it clear that she would get the position. But when she helped a young singer tell her story, her performance “I can dance all night” Fair ladyPhilip looked very moved.
Tess has more than one friend, Alex, to “study”, but when Beth grabs them at a critical juncture (the door is closed!), she asks them both to come downstairs Sitting down on the sofa to study. Therefore, Tess called her mother a “psychiatrist,” and Beth sent Alex home. The whole thing opened the prelude to the argument, in which Tess made her mother fear that she could not easily get rid of her alien fantasy of growing up and marrying a man. Beth lamented to her mother, she thought she would give up all this. “It’s not just letting go. You have to make adjustments,” Mother C said, gently hinting that Beth will adapt soon. “Time is so precious. You blink, your daughter has grown up, and you are trapped in her house, trying to make up for 20 years of discomfort.”
When Beth later tried to use Tess to make things smooth, Tess twisted the knife in a way that only a teenager could do. “I know you are working hard. I also know you are not Have Try with Annie or Deja. “It makes me sad.” When Beth insisted that they were still very close and things weren’t too bad, Tess said, “Okay, mom,” and that “okay, baby boom” approach is equally irritating. People are angry and straightforward. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The case of EX | At the end of the episode, we see three people picking up a copy of the gossip magazine with news of Kevin and Madison’s engagement on the cover-they are all women whom Kevin is dating and/or obsessed with: Zoe, Cassidy ((the previous episode is back, so it’s not surprising) and Sophie. Of these three, only Sophie appeared a little bit if he read the announcement Thoughts.
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