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Here's Why You Probably Recognize Adult Tess on This Is Us

Throughout the emotionally devastating Super Bowl episode of This Is Us, we get one plot line that throws us off just ever so slightly. Every now and then, the episode cuts to a social worker talking with a little boy, usually following a scene with Randall in the present. Most viewers will assume that the little boy is a potential foster child for Randall and Beth. But, of course, with This Is Us being, well, This Is Us, there's always a twist.
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