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There are TV families, and then there are the Pearsons — the group at the heart of NBC’s hit drama series This Is Us. What started with Pittsburgh parents Jack and Rebecca, along with their “Big Three,” has evolved over several seasons to endear us to countless other characters: Randall’s prodigal dad William, Jack’s estranged brother 
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TikTokers would do anything for love, but they won't do that. At least that's the case in the "how far would you drive for the girl of your dreams?" TikTok trend. People are using the "how far would you drive for the girl of your dreams?" TikTok trend to capture the brutal reality of what your greatest wish coming true actually means. TikToker @speedyandtheg posted an interview. The interviewer asked "how far would you drive for the girl of your dreams?" ... to which the interviewee responded, "I would drive anywhere." Then the interviewer got more specific, asking, "What about to Nebraska?" . The interviewee quickly fired back, "Oh f*** no" . The conversation received over 13 million views and 5.3 million likes. Now the sound has been used in over 118,000 videos and is a bonafide meme. The sound spawned a meme where TikTokers use the structure of the conversation to reveal what they wouldn't do for what they want. Each video substitutes the object of the desire (the girl) and what the person refuses to do (drive to Nebraska) but still uses the original sound
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Joe Lacob, unprompted, noted that Kevin Durant took less money to stay with the Warriors while discussing Steph Curry's possible free agency in 2022.
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