Shaunna Murphy
February 03, 2017 12:52 pm
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We’ve seen them go through birth, death, joy, sorrow — but until today, we’ve never seen a dang thing from Jack and Rebecca’s wedding on This Is Us.

However, after looking at the photos NBC released ahead of next Tuesday night’s episode, “I Call Marriage,” we’re calling it: it was absolutely worth the wait.

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Jack and Rebecca Pearson are possibly the most adorable marry-ing couple we’ve seen since Patrick J. Adams and Troian Bellisario (probably because both brides share a love for vintage lace, flowing locks, and crowns, tbqh).

And even though we know that they have plenty of heartbreak ahead of them in the future, the looks they’re giving each other in the below photo somehow make that totally okay.

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NBC also released a short scene from the episode, which features Miguel giving an actually pretty gorgeous best man speech at the Pearson family’s low-budge reception.

This looks like it’s going to be a whopper of an episode, and not only because the photos make it clear that Moore is going to sing at some point in the night.

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(Has anyone looked into how much it would cost for NBC to buy the rights to one of her Walk to Remember songs? “Only Hope,” maybe? No? Just us?)

The cast is clearly very excited for fans to see the episode, with Moore posting an Instagram tease just a couple of hours ago.

According to NBC’s synopsis, Miguel and Shelly will break some “devastating” news to Jack and Rebecca during the episode, “which makes them worry about their own relationship.” Rebecca will also “receive an amazing work opportunity,” which likely explains the singing photo.

However, unlike the Jack-and-Rebecca-centric episode from a few weeks back, “The Big Day,” “I Call Marriage” will find time for the grown-up Big Three in the midst of all of the matrimonial bliss. Toby and Kate’s relationship, Randall’s father’s deteriorating health, and whatever romantic mess Kevin is currently involved in (who can even keep track?) will all see their time in the sun, and we cannot wait to see how it all plays out.

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Is anyone else suddenly ready to skip this weekend entirely so Tuesday night comes faster?