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'This Is Us' is back. Let's talk about that ending

It finally happened. Kind of. Sort of. We think.

After a high-flying debut season, "This Is Us" returned Tuesday night with its sophomore outing and the promise that the circumstances around a central mystery that fans wanted answers to - how patriarch Jack Pearson died - would become more clear. (And look, we're not good with twists so, yes, you can expect spoilers if you continue

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