Stupid-ass tornado warning ruined 'This is Us' premiere for metro Detroiters

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For diehards of the NBC emotional family drama This Is Us, few words elicit a guttural response quite like "Jack Pearson" and "fire."



Last night, however, "Tornado warning in Southeast Michigan" and "This Is Us season 3 premiere" came in a close second as metro Detroiter's lost their collective shit when Tornado warnings tore through the first five minutes of the 9 p.m. start time for the long-awaited season opener. 

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Anyone addicted to This Is Us knows that a lot can happen in five minutes. Births, deaths, and even the most heartwrenching bite of a candy bar ever captured on television. So, naturally, Twitter was not having any of this tornado bullshit. When you fuck with "The Big Three" you fuck with all of us.

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After a few minutes of torment, This Is Us returned and did what it does best: make us ugly cry.



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