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‘This Is Us’: Chrissy Metz, Mandy Moore and Chris Sullivan Tease Groundbreaking Episode (Exclusive)

'This Is Us': Chrissy Metz, Mandy Moore and Chris Sullivan Tease Groundbreaking Episode (Exclusive)

this is us Tuesday’s episode is adding a whole new perspective, telling part of its story from the perspective of Baby Jack.

The cast of NBC’s outgoing drama previews the latest installment, which parallels Rebecca and Miguel’s 10-year wedding anniversary in the present, celebrating Rebecca and Jack’s 10 years in the past. The gradual impact of Kate and Toby’s marriage in the present is scattered throughout, which comes to a head in an hour. And by focusing a significant portion of the episode through the eyes (and senses) of baby Jack — who was born visually impaired — the episode titled “Saturday in the Park” is unlike any other.

,[Creator] Dan Fogelman is an innovator in modern television so I’m not surprised,” Chris Sullivan told ET’s Danny Directo this is us‘ Opening Night Celebration at Palifest at the Dolby Theater on Saturday. “Episode 11 has a lot of world from Jack’s point of view, which is mostly blind. And it’s really clarifying what it might be like to have a world or experience the world that way.”

“How beautiful,” said Chrissy Metz. “How often do we get to see a visually impaired actor, especially at his age and from his point of view, in such a beautiful, poetic way? But also in such a heartbreaking way?”

The actress marveled at the young actor playing the role of Baby Jack. “She’s just the cutest little muffin. I can’t even take it. My boyfriend and I were like, ‘We can’t see this, that’s too much.’ That’s awesome… Listen, he’s probably too smart for me. I’m not kidding, he’s one of the smartest humans I’ve ever met.”

also features episode a New The side of Rebecca that audiences haven’t really seen yet. For Mandy Moore, digging into the lighter side of the character she played from young adulthood to her ’70s was a real treat.

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“It was fun, yeah,” said Moore, indicating the new shade she’s got to play alongside her onscreen husband, played by Milo Ventimiglia. “We are living in the present moment and a little bit of the future, being able to go back a little bit in the past and not be in the makeup of age was a real pleasure.”

Moore also opened up about exploring Rebecca and Miguel’s relationship on a deeper level this season. “I love that we are finally getting to see Rebecca and Miguel’s love story,” she shared. “I mean, everyone deserves a second chance at love, chapter two — and that’s exactly what it is.”

With the series debut — only seven more episodes awaited after Tuesday’s episode, including the milestone 100th — the cast reveals series-long secrets that fans are excited to finally get answers to.

Moore teased, “Where is Kate at the end? Where is she? I’m excited for people to find out.”

Metz agreed, echoing her co-star’s sentiments: “Where’s Kate? Where’s she? I think we’ll find the answer…she’s somewhere.”

Added Justin Hartley: “I think everyone wants to know the status of Toby-Kate. What everyone really wants to know, at least I know, is how far her career goes and how it is with her kids.” How does that affect the relationship. And hopefully people will be interested to find out who Kevin is? [ends up with],

“He’s ready. Your episode directed by Milos [Ventimiglia] was so beautiful [one], Sterling K. Brown praised. “You see him stepping into developed manhood, and it’s not like it was forced on him. He’s like, ‘No, that’s something I want for myself,’ and now he’s with someone. To be able to see her share her life, I’m so excited to see it happen.”

this is us Airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.

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