If you watch NBC’s hit series This Is Us, you’ll never look at a Crock-Pot the same way again. No matter how much you tell yourself, “it’s just a TV show," the emotion this show and its characters stir within you are too strong to control. When it was revealed that your beloved Jack suffered a death by Crock-Pot, your favorite kitchen appliance was reborn. Jack’s death plot line has become a cultural reference now, and if you’re a crockpot loving fan of the show, these This Is Us crockpot decals are a must.
If you watch the show, you know that the cause of Jack’s death was a mystery, and the anticipation surrounding it was intense. When the cause of his demise was revealed to be a fire sparked by faulty Crock-Pot wiring, people went into a panic about their slow cookers. Crock-Pot had to do some major PR and marketing to get back into the public’s good graces, like airing this #CrockPotIsInnocent Super Bowl commercial featuring Milo Ventimiglia eating chili from a Crock-Pot. Well, it seems to have worked.
Rather than freaking out about their slow cookers, people are now gleefully decorating them with decals, and for most fans, these This Is Us decals are just too hilarious to pass up.
‘Don’t Forget To Unplug Me - Jack’ Decal
Jack Pearson 'Hey Beautiful, Don't Forget to Unplug Me’ Decal
The most attractive thing about Jack is how he dotes on his wife, and this 'Hey Beautiful, Don't Forget to Unplug Me’ decal reminds me of just that. A Crock-Pot that reminds you of Jack, and tells you you’re beautiful? Win, win.
Jack Pearson 'So Glad We Have An Instant Pot' Decal
If you love sarcasm and think Milo Ventimiglia is fine as hell, then you’ll love this 'So Glad We Have An Instant Pot' decal which features his picture. You’ll be so glad you have this decal.
‘Unplug me. Love, Jack’ Decal
It’s understated, yet effectively hilarious. You can get this ‘Unplug me, Love, Jack’ decal in black or in a variety of colors to brighten up your crockpot.
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