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    This show!A+

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    I ugly cried at the end. It reminded me of when I would go home to visit my parents and I would cut my Dad’s hair. He had dementia and passed away in December AND his birthday is soon. Also, Mandy Moore as Rebecca just sitting there staring, I know that look too. Everything was so real but still beautiful showing the love.

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    I ugly cried at the end. It reminded me of when I would go home to visit my parents and I would cut my Dad’s hair. He had dementia and passed away in December AND his birthday is soon. Also, Mandy Moore as Rebecca just sitting there staring, I know that look too. Everything was so real but still beautiful showing the love.

    I have never had such experience and I cried my eyes out at those scenes, I cannot imagine what it was for you. Stay strong, I am sending you a hug!

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    Yes yes yes to the Mandy Moore love!

    Welcome on board, everybody.

    This weeks episode probably set a record for the most amount of times I welled up in a single episode. That ending nearly broke me yet again.

    To Build A Home is already a touching song, but using it for all these big moments throughout is devastating me just from the opening note now.

    Is next week ‘The Train’ going to be the line of people coming to see Rebecca and them each getting a final goodbye with her. It’s going to be devastating no matter what happens.

    Check out more of my thoughts on Twitter (@AMG_Review) and Instagram (amg_reviews)

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    Carlos Luis Turmero
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    If Mandy Moore doesn’t get nominated, I’m gonna cry like I’ve been crying in these last few episodes

    She’s just astonishing, what a range. The cast should definitely be nominated for SAGs next year, because the level of the acting this season I think has been the strongest

    The other thing that I really hope that happens is that they campaign Milo in supporting, just for him to get the nomination

    Anyways, I’m gonna be a mess the next two weeks

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    Episode Title: “The Train”

    Synopsis: The Pearsons gather around Rebecca’s bedside.

    Discuss.

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    I hope this one truly delivers.

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    That was so beautifully written. I loved the Train as the vehicle (no pun intended) to show Rebecca saying her goodbyes, especially with the intercom being her actual hearing in the world.

    The scene with her doctor at the bar was incredibly moving and powerful. He deserved a Guest Actor nomination.

    This would be a more than worthy nomination for Writing.

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    Tonight’s show was just marvelous. Heartbreaking and breathtaking in all the right ways. This final season just continues to hit it out of the park… In an episdoe full of tearjerking moments, I actually think Beth’s goodbye to Rebecca was the best and a gorgeous moment for Susan Kalechi-Watson. Please fellow Emmy voters give her one nod for all the great work she’s done over the years….. Of course the whole ensemble was also wonderful and I really think the show is gonna come back big with noms this year. So excited and nervous for the finale next week.

    “The Train” Grade: A

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    This one did me ALL the way in! It could have easily served as the final episode. Mandy Moore was absolutely ravishing throughout. The “train” metaphor was both heavy-handed and beautifully captured through its production design. Ron Cephas Jones and Gerald McRaney returned tonight, and they did what needed to be done for their respective Emmy nominations. You’ve been told. I’m bracing myself for the series finale next week. It might have the potential of being our next “Everyone’s Waiting.” Stay tuned…

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    Waw, what a difference when you write your final episodes with respect towards your audience and your characters, when nothing is improvised or done for shock value!

    I will ask you once again to put Mandy Moore in your predictions even if you think that she will not make it, she deserves that last push from us! I will ask you the same for the show, but I don´t want to be insolent.

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    I wouldn’t be mad if Gerald McRaney took home the Emmy for Guest Actor in a Drama Series for his appearance in “The Train.” What a brilliant, moving performance in such a short amount of time!

    Also, I’m curious if NBC will go all in with only one submission in Writing & Directing, presumably the series finale, or will they submit multiple entries? If the later, “The Train” has a strong chance in Writing.

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    loved this episode. A+

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    I also think that This Is Us is going to over perform / outperform previous seasons as far as nominations go, similar to Pose’s last season. Plus its release schedule being right before nomination voting and the buzz being so high, I can’t see it underperforming.

    I think we’re looking at

    • Drama Series
    • Drama Actor: Sterling K. Brown
    • Drama Actress: Mandy Moore
    • Drama Supporting Actor: Chris Sullivan
    • Drama Supporting Actress: Chrissy Metz
    • Drama Writing: “The Train”
    • Drama Guest Actor: Gerald McRaney
    • Drama Guest Actor: Ron Cephas Jones
    • Drama Guest Actress: Phylicia Rashad
    • Drama Casting
    • Non-Prosthetic Makeup
    • Prosthetic Makeup
    • Contemporary Costumes
    • Contemporary Hairstyling
    • Music Composition
    • Original Music & Lyrics: “The Forever Now”

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  • Drama Guest Actress: Phylicia Rashad
  • Does anyone know if Rashad is appearing on the series finale?

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