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The Pearson family's generational story unfolds in this emotional drama. In moments of love, joy, triumph and heartbreak, revelations emerge from parents Jack and Rebecca's past, while triplets Kate, Randall and Kevin discover deeper meaning in their present day lives. Successful businessman and father Randall searches for information about his biological parents. Kate finds love and self-acceptance while battling obesity. Kevin pursues a more meaningful career, which brings some difficult choices.

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When Kate comes down with appendicitis on Christmas Eve, the Pearsons take her to the hospital, where they run into Dr. K, who they realize needs their support; Kevin celebrates Hanukkah with Sloane's family.
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Kate, Kevin and Randall head to their family's cabin after a chaotic Thanksgiving; angry Randall looks to Jack for comfort and an explanation; Olivia's words drive a wedge between Kate and Kevin.
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An unforeseen detour interrupts Jack, Rebecca and the kids' trip to their traditional Thanksgiving dinner; Kate makes life-altering decisions; Olivia accompanies Kevin to Randall's house; Randall learns a heartbreaking secret.
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William unexpectedly reveals a secret to Beth when they are together; Rebecca and Jack admit there's a distance between them; Toby strays from his diet.
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Kate interviews for a new job; Randall doubts his career path; Kevin and Olivia's relationship moves in a different direction; Rebecca and Jack are conflicted on what to do when Randall tests as a gifted child.
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Jack and Rebecca argue about the idea of starting a family; the story behind the family's love for the Pittsburgh Steelers is revealed; Kevin discovers that the script for his part in the play is relevant to his own life.
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Jake and Rebecca take Kevin, Kate and Randall to the community swimming pool; Kevin auditions for his first Broadway play; Toby bumps into his ex-wife at a restaurant; William is mistaken as a loiterer.
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Rebecca unexpectedly encounters Randall's biological father; Kevin decides to move to New York, expecting that his sister, Kate, will join him; Jack and Rebecca bring their babies home; Rebecca tries to reconnect with her adopted child.
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Kate gets support from her new boyfriend as she struggles to lose weight; Beth questions the motives of Randall's biological father, William; marriage and raising three children begin to take a toll on Rebecca and Jack.
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The lives of several people, including some who share the same birthday, prove to be connected in surprising ways.
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Kate surprises Toby at work; Kevin and Randall attend a fundraiser for Sophie's hospital; Jack takes the boys on a camping trip, leaving Rebecca to deal with some unexpected news.
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Randall and Beth adjust to a new family dynamic; Kate books her first big gig; Kevin suffers a setback on his movie; Jack and Rebecca are visited by an unwelcome guest.
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Kate and Toby's lives take an unexpected turn; Rebecca encourages Kate's singing aspirations.
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Jack heads to Cleveland to make things right with Rebecca on the night of her first big gig with the band; Randall, Kate and Kevin make big decisions about their futures.
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Kate wrestles with her feelings following Toby's heart attack; Randall has to get used to his father's relationship with Jesse; Jack and Rebecca must find a home that can accommodate their growing family when they find out they're having triplets.
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Kevin helps Randall and Beth with a project; Kate contemplates a big gift for Toby; Jack and Rebecca talk about their future.
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Kevin goes back to his high school to accept an award; Jack and Rebecca are excited about their kids' futures.
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Following a dramatic house fire, the Pearson family is forever changed on a fateful Super Bowl Sunday.
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The entire Pearson family visits Kevin on set in Los Angeles for a "Manny" taping; Jack confronts his demons in the wake of his fight with Rebecca.
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Randall and Beth welcome visitors to their home.
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Kate shops for a wedding dress; Kevin embraces a new lifestyle; Randall looks into William's past; Jack, Rebecca and the children go to the mall.

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