What You Need To Know:
In “I Call Marriage,” talk about divorce causes Jack to be concerned about his own marriage to Rebecca. He surprises her with a romantic evening away where they reminisce about their newlywed years. In the future, Kate and Toby’s engagement takes a blow when Toby shows up at camp to surprise Kate, but she doesn’t respond as he hoped. Kevin continues to try to heal his relationship with his ex-wife, Sophie. Between mounting strains at work and his emotional struggle with his biological father’s declining health, Randall starts buckling under the stress.
“I Call Marriage” focuses on the little decisions that either strengthen or weaken relationships. After hearing a man say his marriage fell apart because he and his wife stopped sacrificing for one another, Jack proactively strengthens his marriage by rekindling romance with Rebecca. Meanwhile, Kate is forced to ask herself why she’s trying to lose weight, and if that goal is causing strain for her relationship with Toby. Randall is forced to prioritize family or work and realizes that he can’t sustain both perfectly. This episode addresses marriage in a strong moral, redemptive manner, but some foul language and sexual references warrant strong or extreme caution.
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|5||10/25/2016||The Game Plan||-2|
|7||11/15/2016||The Best Washing Machine in the Whole World||-2|
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|12||01/17/2016||The Big Day||-2|
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|15||02/14/2017||Jack Pearson’s Son||-1|
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