He went on to question himself for doing harm to Saul's robe. He said, "How can I do this thing to the Lord's anointed, to put my hand out against him?" (I Sam 24:5-6)
Brian demonstrated a very effective method for handling a situation where a child has violated the boundaries and is being uncooperative. He said, "Get down to the child's level. Make them look you in the eye, and in a firm, assertive voice tell them what you expected, what they did wrong, and what the consequence will be."
In my opinion, the widespread appeal of This Is Us stems from its ability to connect generations. For example, in one of the fall episodes, the Pearsons are serving up Thanksgiving dinner. Randall particularly loves Thanksgiving, as evidenced by his getting up at 6:30 to make it happen, with Paul Simon's Graceland playing in the background.