The This Is Us Season 5 Episode 8 voucher trailer just teased a huge milestone for the Pearson family — a brand-new Big Three. Over the last couple of years, fans have developed with the first Big Three, Randall (Sterling K. Brown), Kate (Chrissy Metz), and Kevin (Justin Hartley). The family is about to have a whole lot bigger with the births of Kevin and Madison’s (Caitlin Thompson) twins in addition to Kate and Toby’s (Chris Sullivan) adopted child. So, Here Is What to anticipate in the next episode on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
‘This Is Us’ Season 5 prepares Kevin, Madison, Kate, and Toby for birth
In That Is Us Season 5 Episode 7 — branded “There” — Madison disclosed that she had been in early labor with the twins. Kevin, who was shooting a picture in Vancouver, rushed his way back down to LA, panicking because Madison was alone. However, on his way into the airport, Kevin saved a man from an auto accident. Also, he lost his wallet. So now, This Is Us fans are left wondering if Kevin will make it into the birth.
Nevertheless, Randall and Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson) were able to show up for Madison — not physically. Previously, Randall and Beth traveled to New Orleans to learn more about Laurel (Jennifer C. Holmes), Randall’s biological mother.
Then on the way home in episodes 7 and 6, Randall called Kevin to put their feud previously. Kevin, who had been freaking out over his pregnant fiancée, hung up. So Randall stepped in to keep Madison company at the hospital.
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“I spoke to Kevin. I understand he is hoping to get to you,” Randall and Beth informed Madison. “We are still driving back from New Orleans. So if you want us to have some food delivered over there or something, we just want you to know that we are here. Or if you want, we can remain on the telephone with you for a while. You’re family.”
Meanwhile, Kate and Toby prepared for a birth of the own. At the beginning of This Is Us Season 5, the couple discovered a match through their adoption service. The mom, Ellie (Annie Funke), linked to Kate and Toby. But, of course, there were a few lingering anxieties.
Nevertheless, Kate and Toby moved forward with the adoption. Subsequently in”There,” Kate called Kevin and demonstrated that Ellie was being forced. “We’re only waiting for Jack’s babysitter to get here. Then we’re gonna head to San Pedro and fulfill Ellie in the hospital,” Kate said.
So fans should expect not one, but three new infants in That Is Us Season 5 Episode 8.
The ‘This Is Us’ Season 5 Episode 8 promo trailer highlights
The This Is Us Season 5 Episode 8 voucher trailer is short but sweet. The preview starts with Rebecca (Mandy Moore) at the Pearson family cottage with Miguel (Jon Huertas). As you may recall, the fifth season is in this coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Thus Rebecca and Miguel’s lack at the births were likely previously proposed.
Nevertheless, it appears Rebecca and Miguel will still get their proud grandparent moment. In the promo, they’re speaking to somebody on the phone, obviously filled with a great deal of emotion.
As the This Is Us trailer continues, dramatic shots of Kate, Kevin, and Madison flash by. But there is no sign that Kevin makes it into the birth of the twins. Both Madison and Kevin are always seen alone. Randall is also the person who provides Madison with words of encouragement.
“We’re gonna see it every step along the way,” Randall says over the phone.
Was great to be back.
Next week: start hydrating now. #ThisIsUs
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Meanwhile, the description for That Is Us Season 5 Episode 8 — titled “In the Room” — also signs that Kevin will not make it to the arrival.
“The Pearsons navigate enormous family milestones together, by an area,” that the synopsis reads.
But regardless of what happens in the next episode, it’s clear that That Is Us lovers are prepared to see a brand new Big Three emerge.
“We’re getting all infants on the same that they since Kate’s daughter and Kevin’s twins are going to be metaphorical triplets and there is going to become a meaningful speech sourest lemon fashion,” a fan wrote on YouTube.
Nevertheless, it also resembles This Is Us fans better come well-equipped with cells on Feb. 11. Following the episode aired on NBC, creator Dan Fogelman warned audiences on Twitter to “start hydrating now.” So get ready. Episode 8 will be an emotional ride.
This Is Us Season 5 breaths of air Tuesday nights on NBC.