You’ll Never Forget Jack (or to Unplug Your Slow Cooker!) With This Hilarious New Decal

Photo by: Vicente Cansino

Vicente Cansino

At this point, it’s no spoiler alert that This Is Us’ beloved Jack died tragically in a fire caused by a faulty Crock Pot. After all, if you missed the nation’s collective grieving for the handsome dad who died too young (played by Milo Ventimiglia), you must have caught the Crock-Pot company’s reaction and hashtag campaign, #CrockPotIsInnocent, or the Super Bowl ad featuring Ventimiglia himself.

And now that fans of the super popular tear-jerker have had a chance to collect themselves, there’s a new way for them to ensure that they’ll never forget Jack…or to unplug their own slow cookers at home. As reported by Brit + Co, decals featuring Jack’s face and the words “Don’t forget, Unplug me –Jack” are now available on Etsy and Amazon.

While we have faith in the trusty modern Crock-Pot and don’t blame the brand for Jack’s tragic end, we love the idea of seeing Jack’s likeness and having a laugh every time we pull out our slow cookers.  

Photo courtesy of VPrintsDesigns

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