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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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Randall is confronted with a tough choice; Kate and Toby adjust to their new home; Miguel and Jack's friendship solidifies.
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Beth and Randall adjust to life in Philadelphia; Jack and Rebecca take the big three to the pool.
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Jack meets Rebecca's parents; new characters are introduced.
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Rebecca helps Kate and Toby care for baby Jack; Zoe and Kevin look after Tess and Annie; Randall and Beth consider how to move forward.
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A history of Beth and Randall through the ages.
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Beth and Randall adjust to their new normal; Kate and Toby spend time with baby Jack; Zoe and Kevin work on their relationship.
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Tensions run high as the Pearsons await news about Kate's pregnancy.
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Kevin keeps a secret from Zoe; Randall gets unexpected news about Deja; in the past, the Big Three graduate from high school.
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Beth's trip home to care for her mother sparks an unexpected realization.
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Kevin attempts to help Nicky; Randall and Kate reflect on differing memories of their childhood.
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Rebecca and the Big Three reckon with secrets Jack kept from them; Jack's Vietnam story continues to be revealed.
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Randall's campaign comes to a close; Kevin meets someone from Zoe's past; Kate and Toby get ready for the baby.
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Kevin arrives at the ville where his father served; Kate pursues a new opportunity; Randall debates Councilman Solomon Brown; in the past, Jack struggles to get through to his brother.
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The Pearsons have an unconventional Thanksgiving dinner; in the past, Jack, Rebecca and the Big Three spend Thanksgiving with Miguel.
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Kevin and Zoe land in Vietnam; in the past, Jack and Rebecca take a road trip to Los Angeles; Jack's war story continues to be revealed.
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Struggling with Toby's depression, Kate seeks Rebecca's advice; Randall makes time for Kevin, who obsesses about Jack's past.
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Kate and Toby try to keep busy while waiting for big news; Randall embarks on a new journey; Kevin meets someone from his father's past.
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A young Jack makes a decision that will impact the course of his life.

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