'This Is Us' Season 2 Finale Spoilers - Flash Forwards Explained

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The emotional roller coaster that is This Is Us season 2 has come to a close - but not without a few more tears shed.

"This is Us" has gained a reputation as a certified tearjerker, and Tuesday night's Season 2 finale will be no exception - only this time, expect to cry sobs of joy. The episode goes through Kate marrying Toby. It's bound to be a tear jerker.

This makes us so happy!

Be prepared for unexpected twists, surprising turns, heartbreak and joy as the Pearson family takes us aboard another emotional roller coaster.

Tonight's This Is Us Recap begins now - Refresh Page often to get the most current updates! She takes the alter and stands next to their dad. And we don't need Beth to be sick or dead to know that her family would be lost without her. If Zoe is half as tough and loving as Beth, she is exactly the kind of person that Kevin needs to keep him focus and get his life on track. The celebration brings out a lot of memories for everyone involved. Kevin comes down on the phone. Randall's darkest fear is, to put it mildly, upsetting for Kevin. She was going to serve it alongside the cake. Randall, meanwhile, is trying to do patchwork. She's been having recurring dreams of her father leaving her family concerned. "In many ways, Jack might be the character we still have the most to learn about, because he's kept so many secrets in this period before we've really know him", he said.

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Nevertheless, the shirt isn't there and Kate is freaking out. They will handle it. They assumed he was just sad about the divorce, but it looks like there might be a more clinical explanation for Toby's moods.

Later in the episode, This Is Us further played with viewers' emotions seeing Jack and Rebecca's crenewal ceremony, including mentions of the couple opening their dream construction company, Big Three Homes, which they planned to open before the fire. He's on a flight headed to Vietnam with an old photograph of Jack and his brother, Nicky, in Army fatigues during the Vietnam War (the same photo we saw in the episode, "Brothers"). Kate has a plan. He's lying on a bed looking miserable when Kate tells him this, so it could be a medical malady (the cancer threat people have been theorizing) or he could be spiraling into a deep depression. "I have my dream idea", she said at the time. And then she finally spreads the rest of Jack's ashes at that spot before heading back to the cabin to get married. He's telling her that eventually she has to see her. "Dad would have loved it", Kevin assures Kate. Does this spell bad things for Kate and Toby's future? When it starts getting down to the wire, Randall and Kevin go to find Kate. She arrives at Artisanal Scoops - the ice cream place that apparently replaced Kate's beloved Frenchie's, the parlor she used to frequent with her father. In the auto they eat. Or Kevin, star of the school play, becoming an actor. Kevin is shocked by this game.

Deja was seen smashing the windshield of Randall's auto during the wedding. She starts a conversation. Or does Beth fall ill and wind up on life support as a result of years of worry and stress caused by Deja? She laughed. It was a good day. "I think [she'll want] an intimate [wedding] with people she really cares about and loves". His parents come in. They both agree that they have concerns about Kate. He has always wanted them to agree on something, but this.

Kate and Rebecca have a heart-to-heart before wedding. They renew their vows at the cabin and talk about their life together over the past 40 years. It is the way it should be.

Kate and Toby successfully make it down the aisle despite all of the drama swirling around them. She tells her no, it's no big deal. She hangs up and takes Jack's urn to their favorite tree stump. It's definitely a release of the guilt and the shame and the pain that she's held on to for so long and [finally feeling] that somebody could actually fill a bit of Jack's shoes. She tells him she's not ready, and he says he's not ready either.

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