[AlertDespoiler:[Spoileralert:[Alertadespoiler:[Spoileralert:We are Season 4.] You can’t deny We are fans. Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) gave Rebecca (Mandy Moore) a “great love story, one for the ages.” And nobody can take it off, except perhaps the writers of the show. During the first half of the fourth season, the NBC drama focused on the loss of memory of the Pearson matriarch, partially revealing her diagnosis at the winter premiere of January 14. But in the same episode, We are The spectators realized the real possibility that Rebecca could forget Jack in the future. Basically, the fandom is preparing for a world of pain.
What happened to Jack and Rebecca at the winter premiere of season 4 “This Is Us”?
the We are The premiere of the mid-season season 4, entitled “Light and Shadows,” bounced between Rebecca’s medical appointment at the present and before the marriage Rebecca and Jack. And, as always, the impact of the highlighted timelines hit the fans hard.
Currently, Randall (Sterling K. Brown) flew to Los Angeles after asking his mother for an appointment with a neurologist. Rebecca tests her memory while Randall and Miguel (Jon Huertas) wait patiently. And when the results arrive, Randall and Miguel are asked to be in the room with Rebecca, which is not a good sign.
For now, it seems that Rebecca has a mild cognitive impairment (DCL). However, you must undergo further tests to determine exactly what is happening. Although Rebecca may have a minor memory loss, it is also possible that her memory continues to deteriorate.
In the meantime, We are Fans watch how Rebecca and Jack continue to fall in love in the past. After Rebecca’s father, Dave (Tim Matheson), openly disapproves of Jack on the golf course, Jack breaks up with Rebecca.
With a broken heart, Rebecca has a conversation with her mother, Janet (Elizabeth Perkins), who explains that they are worried about Jack’s unreliability. That said, Janet also tells Rebecca to make her own trip.
“Make sure I give you a great love story, one for the ages,” says Janet.
Of course, this pushes Rebecca to go after Jack, who works in the car shop. “I’m in love with you, Jack,” she says. “You and me? We are going to have it all together. We are going to have great moments and small moments, and it will be one for ages.”
Jack then hugs his girlfriend. “Rebecca Malone, I love you,” he says. “Never forget”. And the two kiss in front of literal sparks.
But then We are Go to the current Rebecca. He looks in the mirror and a tear falls down his face, as if he realizes he could lose his memories of Jack.
“This Is Us” fans react when Rebecca loses her memories of Jack
After the premiere of “Light and Shadows” We are Fans crumbled, crying over the possibility that Rebecca would forget Jack.
“WHY THEY HAD TO PUT REBECCA ACCOUNTING JACK TO NEVER FORGET HER, HE LOVES IT WITH CLIPS OF THIS DAY, “wrote a fan on Twitter.” I CAN’T TAKE IT. “
“Rebecca never wants to forget these Jack’s memories And he realized that could happen! ”, Another fan tweeted.
And, of course, nobody is ready to see how the story unfolds.
“Rebecca is terrified she will lose all those memories of Jack, “a fan wrote.” If we have to sit here and see that happen, idk if I recover. “
“I think Rebecca forgetting Jack it’s going to break me more than Jack’s death, “wrote another fan.
What the “This is us” team says about Rebecca’s memory progress
When talking to Entertainment Weekly, We are Executive producer Isaac Aptaker mentioned Rebecca’s fears of forgetting Jack, especially because they are all he has left.
“She lost her husband too soon, but she has always had the comfort of these incredible years they had together,” Aptaker said. “They had such a romantic and great love story, and the notion of forgetting all that and not having those memories to rely on is incredibly scary for Rebecca.”
However, it seems that Rebecca’s story is not linear, even at this time. In an interview with Glamor, Aptaker confirmed We are He hasn’t officially diagnosed Rebecca yet. So, although fear of losing Jack’s memories is present, fans will have to wait and see what happens next.
“It’s the kind of story where you don’t get immediate answers. It’s not like there is a very simple blood test and can give you an instant and definitive diagnosis of what is happening,” he said. “It’s much more than just looking and waiting. It’s much more frustrating in the flow. We know this is something that affects many families and many lives, and we’re just trying to tell a really honest version of the story.”
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