This Is Us Season 4 Episode 10 – Podcast with Caroline and Paul!

The second half of the fourth season kicked off with This Is Us – Season 4 Episode 10 – “Light and Shadows”. With this episode, This Is Us reminded viewers why it should be considered “must-see TV”. In some ways, I think I would have liked THIS one as the cliffhanger headed into the winter break. Do you agree?

  • Kevin turns up empty-handed in the love department – or did he? Cue the telephone buzzing with Sophie on the caller ID. Will Sophie turn out to be Kevin’s storybook romance, even as unconventional as their story has been?
  • Kate deals with Toby losing his way on his journey into fatherhood. Do you need to tell your spouse if you’ve changed gyms? Also, do you think it was ok for the writers to possibly change the severity of baby Jack’s condition?
  • Randall takes on even more as he flies to LA to escort Rebecca to her neurology appointment. He’s determined to get to the bottom of her “senior moments”, much to the chagrin of Miguel (who had a marked change of heart by episode’s end). Speaking of the ending – Oh, lordy! Who the -? What the -? Will Randall get out of this mess unscathed?

Tune in to hear what we have to say!

Be sure to check out our other podcasts for This Is Us:

Season 4:

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8 Replies to “This Is Us Season 4 Episode 10 – Podcast with Caroline and Paul!”

  1. Caroline

    It’s so very hard to not handle the memory decline of a loved one like shit. Let me tell you how tricky it can be, how they can hide the decline so well for so long even when you live with them, until the shit hits the fan. The horror of it all. The scenes at the neurologist sent me back to my mother not able to draw a clock correctly. Miguel could just be devastated and coping and praying. Whether right or wrong. One sibling steps up while everyone else gets busy and or falls apart. It’s a total shit show. The only problem is him not telling Kate or Kevin. I listened openly to your first hand struggles of your special needs children, this is the opposite end of the spectrum and maybe worth looking into to really understand how it feels, and how family Dynamics very easily disintegrate in these situations.

    • Paul Daley

      Thanks for writing in, Caroline. It’s happened before during our time podcasting for this show that a listener, such as yourself, writes in and asks us to try and look at something from another perspective. Neither of us has had to confront memory decline head-on before and can only imagine how heartbreaking that process is. Thanks again for writing. We appreciate it.

  2. Caroline

    Also, the blood tests will rule out things like Lyme, psyphillus imbalances. The MRI will show stroke etc , we waited about 2 weeks for a diagnosis. This is common. They also recall long term easily not short term memories.

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