This week's hour chronicled Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) and Rebecca's (Mandy Moore) fight to legally adopt their African-American son Randall (Sterling K. Related: Mandy Reveals How She Caught Her Fiancé's Eye!In the show's usual nature of exploring real world issues, touched on race and discrimination in the judicial system circa 1981. ] The Pearsons were expecting a breezy court proceeding to make the Big Three official, but were caught off guard when the judge (Delroy Lindo) didn't think that two white parents should be raising a black child. Even though they’re not together romantically in real life, they have nothing but the utmost love and respect for one another. ” Ventimiglia, who plays Moore’s husband on the NBC series, gushed to during the 2016 Critics’ Choice Awards. It’s very mutual,” Moore, who is currently dating Dawes frontman, Taylor Goldsmith, added.
, Mandy Moore was asked to give marriage advice to her newlywed interviewer. You're not supposed to be with one another," he advised. Don't just take, take, take, take, take—give, give, give, give."(E!about their awkward love scenes in the new show, before taking the stage at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s annual Grants Banquet on Thursday.“I think playing parents on screen now, you mainly sort of understand that it’s not easy and no one is perfect.” Playing parents to three children, the duo admitted they’ve since developed parental instincts and bonded with the younger members of their cast.Referring to a selfie of himself with his onscreen children, Ventigmilia explained that he likes to take pictures with his co-stars to commemorate their time together.