Sterling K. Brown Says He Knows How ‘which is usually Us’ Ends For Randall (Exclusive)

Sterling K. Brown is usually playing things very cautiously when which comes to accidentally revealing any which is usually Us spoilers.

While Brown admits which he incorporates a “preliminary” idea for what is usually going to go down in season three, the star tells ET which he’s still got a few weeks to go before sitting down with creator Dan Fogelman for a full outline for his character, Randall Pearson.

“I have heard an outline for [my character],” Brown told ET’s Leanne Aguilera at NBCUniversal’s upfront presentation in fresh York City on Monday. “I like which. I’m pleased. [although] I’m always pleased, so nothing is usually fresh.”

While Brown seemed excited to talk about the upcoming season, he found himself having to be super cautious, especially when asked about one particularly mysterious scene inside dramatic season two finale which has had fans freaking out since which aired in March.

The dramatic finale features a flash forward into the future along with shows an older Randall talking to his adult daughter Tess in which the pair share a very cryptic exchange.

“which’s time to go see her, Tess,” Randall says. 

“I’m not ready,” Tess replies, shaking her head.

“Me neither,” Randall concedes. Clearly, the father-daughter duo are not looking forward to visiting which mysterious “her,” whose identity has been fueling fan theories for weeks.

However, when asked about the rampant speculation which the “her” they’re talking about is usually actually Randall’s wife, Beth — who has either died, incorporates a terminal illness or had a falling out with the family, depending on which wild along with totally baseless fan theory you read — Brown did everything in his power to carefully navigate the treacherous terrain of a response.

“I know who I’m talking about [in which scene],” admitted Brown. At first, which seems obvious; however, not every actor on which is usually Us is usually always privy to the twists along with turns the show throws at them along with their characters.

For example, Susan Kelechi Watson — who plays Beth — doesn’t know who the “her” refers to, although told ET which she thinks they are, in fact, talking about her character.

“Yes, which is usually what Susan thought,” Brown said when presented with his co-star’s comment, pointedly not confirming or denying the possibility.

While he wasn’t able to give any specific details, he admitted which which “will be a while” before fans get the answers they are looking for.

“which is usually what I can tell you: The show kind of knows where which ends, along with future Randall [inside scene in question] is usually sort of in a place [which occurs] towards the end of the show.”

“I can’t say any more than which,” he added, smiling.

which is usually Us season three premieres which fall on NBC.

For more through the cast about their roles inside upcoming season, check out the video below.

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