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The episode did feature Jack in the living flesh, too, as we watched Rebecca and him try to manage a near-impossible feat in the past: Throwing three parties at the same time in the same house for three kids who were turning 10 and no longer interested in a joint birthday bash. And so we had a Princess Bride-themed celebration for Kevin (Parker Bates), a Madonna party for Kate (Mackenzie Hancsicsak), and a prestidigitation spectacle for Randall (Lonnie Chavis). Slo pitch ontario As Kate’s friends, including BFF Sophie, ditched her celebration for Kevin’s in the adjacent room, Jack valiantly tried to cheer up Kate, asking her to mentor him through the hand choreography to “Vogue.” A sweet moment veered into heartbreak territory: She was literally just going through motions, and asked him softly if she could just be alone.

Now might be a good time to strike a pose and check out this Q&A with Ventimiglia, who explains what it was like to attend his own funeral — and what to expect from Jack moving forward (or is that backward?) in time.

[ Click here for a Q&A with series creator Dan Fogelman about the episode and what comes next.


Pitch diameter Go here to see what Mandy Moore revealed about filming that “eerie” funeral scene.]

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: This episode contained a key piece of the puzzle about Jack’s death — that the Big Three were teenagers at the time. Fabric material types What was your reaction to that revelation when you read the script?

MILO VENTIMIGLIA: When I read it, I didn’t know how it was going to be shot. Paving expert forum And I understood that it was all supposed to be cloaked in a little bit of mystery of when and how and why. Facebook search for people without logging in I was surprised to see that they did reveal the age of the kids.

I think the thing for me that resonated the most was just the pain of others. Facebook live from computer I can’t look at it as Jack’s loss of life just because, well, I’m Jack. Small front porch designs So, I was looking at it through the lens and the scope of Kate, of Chrissy, of Hannah (Zeile, who plays teenage Kate), of Mackenzie, and understanding that at 36, Kate is still feeling the tremors of her father’s passing. Pavestone play sand And we understood that from the episode of the football game, and she was watching the game with her father. Drip drop taemin mp3 It was a very sacred thing, her relationship with her dad.

We see it a lot in the stuff that Mackenzie and [I] play. Auburn softball camp We’re definitely going to explore that more with Hannah. Small garden design ideas But it’s this idea that she is still hanging onto a deep, deep pain of her father’s passing, and what that does to her. Facebook live for android How does that and how has that impacted her? So, for me I’m excited to figure out: What are those moments, father to daughter, that she’s really hanging onto and sharing and learning from or heartbroken over?

Dan [Fogelman, the show’s creator] said that while all the kids are greatly impacted by Jack’s death, Kate is the one most impacted. Softball savings What can you say about that?

Jack lives for his family. Espn fantasy football draft rankings He lives for his kids. Football rankings I think the idea as well that is going to start to become more apparent is that Jack’s wife and kids hold him together. Espn fantasy football app They really hold him together. Frances bean cobain age I think it’s only been hinted on in small doses that you know that he had a really horrible upbringing. Baseball america top 100 prospects 2016 You met his dad…. Rawlings I’m looking forward to exploring more of that. Drip coffee grind Jack is held together by his kids and we’ve seen moments with 8-year-old Kate at the pool and now, having the moment at the birthday party where Jack tries to cheer Kate up, and it just doesn’t quite work anymore.

What did you think about the choice to make them teenagers when Jack died? They’re old enough that they’ll have a lot of memories and bonds formed, but young enough that it’s still a formative time in their lives when they’re starting mature relationships. Polyester fabric Did that feel like the biggest impact zone to you?

It felt like the right time. Pixel pitch I definitely trust Dan’s decision to say, “These are the stories, and this is the time when we’re telling these stories.” And I think it was a pivotal time in any kid’s life. Landscape ontario jobs You’re just about to finally gain that confidence as a young adult, get out of your teens, and then all of a sudden Dad dies. Small garden design plans Or just before that, your father passes, and maybe if your father was your strength, how does that cripple you to a degree where maybe you have to support your siblings a little more? Or you have to stand up for yourself a little more? Or maybe in some cases, maybe like Kate, it holds her back, or it adds a level of, “I don’t know what I’m doing with my life, and maybe I’m going to turn toward food or not take care of myself,” or something like that. Softball camps So I think it was a great idea, especially leading into more stories for the Pearsons to have Jack’s death be in that teenage [era].

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