Is It Sterling K. Brown’s Personal Mission to Make Us Cry In Every Damn Thing He’s In?

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The most popular show on network television stars black people and is set in Pittsburgh, but I can not bring myself to watch This Is Us. I’m sure it’s as compelling as everyone says it is. But the commentary attached to the show — which vacillates from “OMG THIS SHOW MAKES MY EYES SHALLOW PUDDLES OF SALT!” to “OMG I…

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