As We Say Goodbye To This Is Us, Here Are Our Favourite ‘Big Three’ Moments

Reisha Shetty
Junior Digital Writer

This Is Us has been a show many found solace in. The slow-paced drama starring Mandy Moore, Milo Ventimiglia, Chrissy Metz, Sterling K. Brown, and Justin Hartley revolves around a couple, Jack and Rebecca, and their three kids—Kevin, Kate, and Randall, as they navigate their lives as a family. While the show is set in the present, it tends to throw you back in time, relieving the lead cast’s core memories.

This Is Us has given us a million sweet moments that has warmed our hearts on even the coldest nights, but nothing makes us happier than watching Kevin, Kate, and Randall, also known as ‘The Big Three’ grow and evolve as adults. So, as we bid adieu to one of the greatest shows of all time, here are some of the most heartwarming moments of The Big Three that we can never forget.

Songbird Road: Part One (Season 3, Episode 11)

In the episode, Songbird Road: Part One, the three siblings go on a road trip to visit Jack’s brother Nicky. The siblings uncover some hard truths about Jack and Nicky’s time during the Vietnam war. As they process the news, The Big Three lean on each other while coming to terms with reality.

A Hell of a Week: Part Three (Season 4, Episode 13)

A Hell of a Week: Part Three was an episode that showed us the bond that Rebecca and Kate had. While the episode does show us Kate and Marc’s relationship in a good light, we also see some major red flags that could ruin Kate’s life. After Kate’s major fight with her mother, Rebecca notices that her daughter might just be in an abusive relationship and takes it on herself to get Kate out of it. Randall and Kevin immediately step in to help, proving just how strong their sibling bond is.

The Cabin (Season 4, Episode 14)

Taking a trip down memory lane, The Big Three drive down to their family cabin to relive their childhood memories. When the kids were young, the Pearson family had each buried an item in a time capsule that was supposed to be openend on their 18th birthday. As they go back to the cabin in the present day, the siblings discover an old recording of their dad and hold each other as they relive their grief.

Now that we’ve got you reliving the show, might we suggest binge-watching it again this weekend? That’s what we are going to do.