The events surrounding first birthdays or births in three different time periods are presented. In the past, Jack and Rebecca are not only celebrating Jack's thirty-seventh birthday with a modification to their usual routine, but the first birthday of the Big Three. It can't help but be a bittersweet occasion for both of them, they turning to an old friend for advice in how to deal with the bitter in light of the sweet. In the future, Lucy has just gone into labor, a week late. Someone important to both Lucy and Jack rush to their side, that person having her latest "movie star" date. And in present day, the entire Pearson family is descending on Los Angeles for Jack's first birthday, which will coincide with Kevin's one year sobriety. While Kate, Toby and Jack welcome the family, they have a special Damon threesome only secret task, out of which Kate and Toby discuss a not yet broached topic regarding their family. An announcement by Rebecca has the potential to overtake the day, ...
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Kate and Toby have two children named Jack and Hailey which combined is the name of two famous people. Actor Jack Hailey was the Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz as well as his son Jack Hailey Jr who was married to actress Liza Minnelli. See more
When Beth sets the alarm on the house, she says, "We've got thirty seconds until this place self destructs," implying that's how long she and Randall have to be out of the house before the alarm will be set off if a sensor, like an open door, is tripped. From the time Beth sets the alarm to the time she and Randall have closed the door and the alarm electronic voice says "alarm set" is approximately forty-three seconds, with the alarm not having gone off. See more
You know, I used to think that the worst thing that happened to me was the day that Dad died. It's the day they brought you home. Hand to God, Randall, the worst thing that ever happened to me was the day they brought you home.
written by Irving Berlin
performed by Gerald McRaney See more