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Little does Milly know, however, that her mom placed an ad in the on-line personals to find him.
Comic mayhem unfolds as Daphne continues to do the wrong thing for the right reasons..in the name of love.
It reminds viewers they’re better than those other schmucks slumming it on CBS right now. It reinforces “This Is Us” as television better than other television because it can call out other, lesser TV shows. It motivates Kevin to quit his shitty job in (slightly forced) extravagance, flipping chairs and breaking fake babies after he’s told he needs to do a dramatically heavy take without a shirt.
Ultimately, however, only the third point is true (and only because it really does happen, making it largely indisputable).
How does one talk about this baffling hour-long NBC drama without spoiling the many, many twists and turns incorporated into the (still-lengthy) 42-minute pilot?
Well, plot summary would probably come first, if only to explain what this awkwardly titled NBC drama actually is about.
Before spoiling, though, let us first say — for those of you who haven’t watched yet and need to know whether or not you should — that our reaction to this as an hour of entertainment is virtually antithetical to our analysis of the “This Is Us” pilot as a first episode of a television series. First, we have Jack (Milo Ventimiglia), a rather ripped father-to-be whose very pregnant wife, Rebecca (Mandy Moore), goes into labor before he can collect on their intimate birthday tradition. Brown), a rather well-off businessman who gets an e-mail saying someone has “found” an older gentleman shown in photos.
Her plan, an attempt to dupe her ex-fiancé, who dumped her a couple years prior, proves to be her undoing. But then she breaks the most important rule of all: she falls in love with the groom.
Lots of directors choose a generic montage of old-fashioned family pictures set to a mellow thematically-charged song for the opening credits.
Lots of romantic comedies include generous dosages of overbearing parents, predictable twists-and-turns, and decor that looks like it came out of the Ikia catalog.
She is the proud mom of three daughters: stable psychologist Maggie, sexy and irreverent Mae and insecure, adorable Milly - who, when it comes to men, is like psychotic flypaper.
In order to prevent her youngest from making the same mistakes she did, Daphne decides to set Milly up with the perfect man.