On This Is Us Season 4 Episode 8, Kevin struggles with self-doubt, while Deja has an unusual request and Randall notices something off about Rebecca.

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This Is Us Season 4 Episode 8 revolves around family connections and trying to figure out how to move forward.

Deja is not happy when Beth insists on supervising her date with Malik instead of letting them go out. Things go from bad to worse when Deja tells Malik not to push her about something and storms upstairs. Beth follows her, but Deja says only she wants Malik to go home.

Beth demands that Malik tell her what is going on, and he finally spills that Deja wants to see her birth mom and is afraid to tell Randall and Beth about it. Beth goes to talk to Deja, who doesn't want Randall and Beth to think she is ungrateful but does want to invite her birth mom to Thanksgiving.

Meanwhile, Kevin takes it hard when Cassidy doesn't want to talk to him after their one night stand and Nicky tells him he is a wrecking ball. He goes to a bar and doesn't drink, but does get into a fight with some guy. Cassidy and Nicky find him just in time for Nicky's hearing, where Nicky explains to the judge how throwing that chair through the window led him to turn his life around.

Finally, Toby and Kate can't get baby Jack to eat. Toby doesn't want Kate to feed the baby til he gets home, but Gregory gives Jack a piece of avocado and he likes it. Kate keeps this to herself when Toby gets home.

To find out what happens, watch This Is Us Season 4 Episode 8 online.

Episode Details

On This Is Us Season 4 Episode 8, Kevin has doubts about himself, Beth is troubled by a request from Deja, and Rebecca visits Randall in Philadelphia.

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This Is Us Season 4 Episode 8 Quotes

Randall: Mom, all I want to say is that I love you and I'm concerned. And you getting so defensive over absolutely nothing is making me more concerned. And for you to say that you're the mother and I'm the son after 20 years -
Rebecca: What, Randall?
Randall: Never mind. I don't want to say anything.
Rebecca: But you did. You said something very clearly and it was cruel and it was beneath you.

For 40 years, I pushed people away, not because I thought they would hurt me, but because I thought I would hurt them. I told myself that it was for their own good, that I was broken. But I was wrong. I wasn't broken. I was sick. And when you're sick, you've got to let the people who care about you help you.