"This Is Us" aired its series finale on Tuesday.
The show spans decades and generations, so every character has evolved since we met them.
Here is where the most prominent members of the Pearson family ended up on the final episode.
Rebecca Pearson died in her bed years after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in season six episode 17, "The Train.". As she was dying, she imagined herself on a train.
Jack Pearson — who died years earlier because of a heart attack after a house fire, as shown in "Super Bowl Sunday," the fourteenth episode of the second season — met Rebecca on the train in her imagined afterlife.
Kevin Pearson lived in the house he built near the family cabin with his twins and Sophie. He was planning to devote most of his energy to his non-profit construction company for veterans, Big Three Homes.
Kate was married to Phillip, her second husband, and opening music schools for the visually impaired around the world.
Randall was about to become a grandfather and considering a run for president.
Kevin's childhood sweetheart Sophie became his wife and was helping to co-parent his kids, Nicky and Frannie.
Toby was remarried and successfully supporting his kids in harmony with Kate and Phillip.
Beth Pearson was about to become a grandmother, owned her own dance studio, and was still keeping Randall in check.
Miguel died before Rebecca but was her caretaker until the very end of his life. His death was previously the focus of season six, episode 15, called "Miguel."
Dr. K, the OB-GYN who delivered Rebecca and Jack's triplets, is the bartender on Rebecca's train. He made her a Vesper martini, which is garnished with a lemon peel twist.
Randall's birth father William Hill, who'd died years earlier in the sixteenth episode of season one, also made a final appearance in "The Train," serving as Rebecca's tour guide on the train.
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