After six seasons, the This Is Us project has an intimate knowledge of its characters.

Before they say their last farewells on the May 24 series finale, the stars of the hit NBC dramatization shared what they figure their characters would message each other in the most recent episode of E! News’ computerized video series Down in the DMs.

Mandy Moore uncovered that her personality, Rebecca Pearson, would probably connect with one of her children more than the others. “Randall [Sterling K. Brown]. That is her number one. She’s exceptionally vocal about that,” she shared. In any case, Randall’s status as the No. 1 youngster wouldn’t be guaranteed to net him especially fascinating messages.

“She could presumably pose stupid inquiries that she presumably texts him at any rate,” said Moore, questions like, “‘Why didn’t you call me today?'”

While Rebecca would be in the middle of DMing Randall, Brown shared that the more youthful form of his personality would be occupied with attempting to play with his future spouse, Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson), with DMs.

“He’s bright cliché. He would agree that something about the amount he appreciated her footwear or something of that nature,” Brown kidded. “[Beth]’s like, ‘For what reason are you discussing my shoes, player?’ since he has no game.”

At the point when asked how “brassy” DMs among Randall and Beth would go down, Watson’s emoticon filled answer flawlessly fit the person’s characters.

“I bet Beth could presumably DM him like an eggplant emoticon, and he’ll be like ‘What emoticon.’ And then, at that point, she’ll be like, ‘Eggplant, eggplant, eggplant, sprinkle,’ and afterwards he’ll be like, ‘Salad?'”

However his personality is no longer with Chrissy Metz’s Kate, Chris Sullivan realizes that Toby would have most certainly utilized DMs to stand out.

“Toby’s tossing in, certainly, full nudes,” he kidded. “Assuming you return to prepare one, Toby is perhaps the horniest person throughout the entire existence of TV, and I imagine that is the finish of the story. That is how he’s certainly standing out. Also, prepare to have your mind blown. It all made sense to him.”

Milo Ventimiglia’s Jack Pearson never lived to see the creation of web-based entertainment, however, he shared the sweet way his personality would have responded to Rebecca’s relationship with his BFF Miguel (Jon Huertas) through a past the-grave DM.

“‘Love you,'” he said. “He needs the two individuals that he loves to be content. They tracked down satisfaction. I imagine that is awesome.”

Look at the full episode above.

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