That might have been the coziest episode of This Is Us yet.
“Changes” certainly wasn’t without its conflict, but there was something about it that was just so nice and pleasant. Creator Dan Fogelman described it on Twitter as “warm and fuzzy” and yes, that’s exactly what it was. Randall has found himself a new therapist who’s already got him working on some of his troublesome childhood memories. Kevin and Madison are getting to know each other. Kate and Toby are on their way to adopting another baby, and the little versions of the Big Three aren’t so little anymore.
The biggest surprise of the episode was a subtle one. Throughout the hour, we got to know a Vietnamese man and his granddaughter. He was teaching her how to fish and how to cook, and he told her he liked to cook for a specific woman. That woman turned out to be Randall’s birth mother, who was only seen in photos in the man’s home.
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