Last night, audiences finally got a chance to say goodbye to the NBC drama This Is Us. To celebrate the show’s final chapter, actress Mandy Moore decided to take a stroll down memory lane and share iconic moments from the show on social media.

Before the series finale premiered, Moore shared her fondest memories from all six seasons of the show on Instagram. The post included a series of photos and videos from the set, where she stood beside her castmates Milo Ventimiglia (Jack Pearson), Sterling K. Brown (Randall) and Justin Hartley (Kevin).

One photo included the exact moment her character, Rebecca Pearson, brought home all three of her children from the hospital. Another snapshot showed Moore and Ventimiglia holding a cereal box with the characters from the Pacman video game. (Anyone else feeling nostalgic?)

She wrote in the caption, “What better way to celebrate tonight’s series finale of #ThisIsUs, than to take a walk down memory lane…”

Playing the role of Rebecca Pearson has been a joyous time for Moore, making the end of the show particularly difficult. The 38-year-old actress recently opened up about the penultimate episode and how it was extremely hard to film.

While sitting down with Entertainment Weekly, Moore revealed she almost “threw up” while reading the script. “I couldn’t breathe,” she said. “I remember seeing Chrissy [Metz] the next day at work and she had not the same reaction—she didn’t get sick—but it was one of those experiences where you’re so overcome that your sinuses are completely blocked. You can’t catch your breath, really.”

This iconic throwback gave us allll the feels. Thanks Mandy.

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