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This Is Us’ Milo Ventimiglia Cleverly Makes Peace With Crock-Pot Ahead Of The Super Bowl Episode

Ever since This Is Us' Jan. 23 episode revealed that a faulty Crock-Pot--given to the show's Pearson family by a neighbor--was responsible for igniting the fire that helps lead to the demise of patriarch Jack in the Sunday's post-Super Bowl episode, some fans have been blaming the brand for its (fictional) role in Jack's death....
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