But what does this mean for their plans to start a family?
He's clearly suffering, but Kate seems more than willing to take care of him.
It doesn't seem like Toby's illness will come between him and Kate; instead, it feels like it might help them grow closer.
In tonight's scary final scene, we watch Randall, 13 years into the future, tell her, "It's time to go see her, Tess." She ominously replies, "I'm not ready," and Randall responds, "Me neither."This scene is truly terrifying, because it teases something devastating for the Pearsons.
At first, it seems like they're referring to Beth—is she sick or dead? Regardless, it feels likely that someone very close to Randall and Tess is either dead or close to it—but frankly, we're not sure we can take anymore heartbreak for the Pearsons.
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Earlier in the episode, Beth explains to Zoe that Deja's mom wants to give up her parental rights so the Pearsons can adopt Deja.
Even with their foster daughter acting out, there's no way Beth and Randall would turn her away.
In addition to setting up Kevin and Zoe for an adorable romance, this moment also provides a great opportunity to introduce Beth's family—especially her mom, who raised Zoe, and Beth's three sisters.
As we saw in an earlier scene this season, Tess becomes a social worker in the future.
Hawke will be playing an 'alternative girl who is equal parts sharp and playful.