'This Is Us' Season 6: Rebecca Already Foreshadowed Kate Becoming Her Caretaker

NBC’s This Is Us Season 6 finale will assuredly break fans’ hearts. After Miguel’s death in episode 15, the Big Three have to make a major decision regarding what’s next for Rebecca. But Rebecca may have already foreshadowed that Kate will be her permanent caretaker moving forward. Here’s what Rebecca once told Kate, and how that might come into play in This Is Us Season 6 Episode 16.

What did Rebecca whisper to Kate on ‘This Is Us’?

As the This Is Us Season 6 finale nears closer, the Big Three have to decide how to proceed with Rebecca. And a clue may reside way back in season 6 episode 7.

TVLine reminds us the episode flashed back to Rebecca’s childhood when she would make sugar pie with her mother. Later on in the episode, the time switches back to the present day. Kate helps Rebecca make the same sugar pie for Thanksgiving, but chaos ensues during the holiday meal. While Rebecca tells the family she has something important to discuss with them, Toby and Kevin get into a verbal altercation that overshadows anything Rebecca has to say.

Later on, Rebecca visits the conversation she hoped to have. She tells her kids that Miguel is in charge of her end-of-life care, but she also says that if Miguel dies, then it’s Kate who cares for her.

“Why me?” Kate asks Rebecca.

“You are my daughter and my best friend. It was always you, Kate,” Rebecca tells her. Then, Rebecca whispers the recipe for sugar pie to Kate.

The ‘This Is Us’ Season 6 Episode 16 trailer foreshadows Kate becoming Rebecca’s caretaker

It’s unclear exactly what will happen during the This Is Us Season 6 finale. This Is Us Season 6 Episode 16 revolves around the Pearsons coming together for Rebecca, and episode 17, “The Train,” is likely when Rebecca dies. Episode 18 — the finale — is titled “Us.” Many fans think this episode wraps up the Pearson family saga by showing future generations of the family.

Chrissy Metz and Mandy Moore both had serious reactions after reading the script for “The Train.” Moore allegedly threw up from the script, and Metz said she couldn’t breathe. “I couldn’t breathe,” she said, according to People. “I couldn’t catch my breath.”

We look forward to seeing what happens in the penultimate episode, even if it breaks our hearts.

This Is Us Season 6 airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EST on NBC.

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