Now onto the reason you've been brought here today: where, when and how can you catch the latest episode of This Is Us?
The mystery behind Jack's death has been looming on This Is Us since early on in the first season, and having the big moment transpire when the show airs in the coveted post-Superbowl spot will certainly work to capture the slot's large viewership's interest.
The sad fate of Jack Pearson (Milo Ventimiglia) was revealed to fans in a traumatic final scene on Tuesday night's episode. He turns off the slow cooker not realizing it has a faulty switch.
The flames begin to quickly spread throughout the kitchen and the rest of the house.
Immediately following the show Twitter erupted into a hysterical frenzy among the show's fans.
Meanwhile in the present, there'll be some brotherly bonding as Kevin (Justin Hartley) assists Randall (new SAG Award victor Sterling K. Brown) and his wife Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson) with a special project for their family. "Are you okay??? #ThisIsUs".
One fan tweeted: "I wonder if the @ThisIsUsWriters were sobbing writing this episode as much as I'm sobbing watching it #thisisus". I think I'm good!
"I know. It's a lot (but you wanted to know!)".
The moment This Is Us fans have been dreading is finally here. I'm sorry if you're crying. This is the fire that looks like it might kill Jack Pearson. The second part of the episode will air Sunday, Feb. 4, after the Super Bowl.
The episode took place on Super Bowl Sunday, with the Pearson parents trying to corral the Big Three into celebrating the big game together before the kids headed off to college and life threw whatever curveballs may come.
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Three other people, including an infant, are hospitalized, but their injuries are not believed to be life-threatening. The Highway Patrol says the tractor-trailer wasn't carrying HAZMAT materials but diesel fuel did leak into the ravine.
Burnley sign Lennon from Everton
The Clarets are eighth in the table and travel to Newcastle in their next league game on 31 January. Lennon collected 21 England caps, and played at the World Cup finals in 2006 and 2010.