It was finally revealed how Jack, played by Milo Ventimiglia, died on "This is Us".
But that wasn't the big twist of the night.
Quick-thinking, Jack told Rebecca to stay in their room and wet towels while he went to rescue their two children Randall and Kate (Kevin was not home at the time) and he burned his arms in the process. It doesn't take long for Jack to save both Randall and Kate from their rooms - though, his and Kate's daring escape was more harrowing than the fourth quarter of the actual Super Bowl - but when your house is on fire, every moment counts, as the Pearsons will sadly come to learn.
And after the show's creator Dan Fogelman hinted that the first few moments of the show were so powerful that it's "literally and figuratively [going to be] hard to breathe", we knew it was going to be a tear-jerker. But Jack was able to bring them back into his and Rebecca's bedroom safely and lowered them down to the ground outside using a rope made out of bed sheets.
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Upon opening the bedroom door to see what the source was, Jack is met with a wall of flames, and kids Randall and Kate screaming from the other side of the hallway.
In the devastating hospital sequence, you'll remember Rebecca (Mandy Moore) retrieving a candy bar from the vending machine, while Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) goes into cardiac arrest right around the corner. "And even after you move out, you will have dinner with me once a week near your fancy office, and you will tell me everything". More specifically, what direction does it take after Jack is, finally, laid to rest in Tuesday's episode? She gets back to Miguel's house, where the kids are waiting in a scene that's familiar from September's season premiere.
The New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles will face off in Super Bowl LII on Sunday, but that's not necessarily the event everyone will be interested in this weekend. Jack's last words to Rebecca were a joke about how she was blocking the TV, and if laughter and lightheartedness doesn't doesn't define this couple, then nothing else really can. It states: "Randall hosts a Super Bowl party while Kevin and Kate reconnect with the past".
Those of you keeping up with the show in United States time will know that it had something to do with a faulty Crock-Pot which was gifted to the Pearsons by a neighbour. "That was Jack saying 'Bec?' She turns her head and everything". Kate later tells Toby that she's blamed herself for 20 years, because her father saved the dog to avoid disappointing his daughter. "Because in the scariest moment of our lives, he couldn't bear to disappoint me".
But in the present, Beth takes a phone call. Nearly as soon as he goes back inside, the fire erupts.