When we talk about the development of The good placeThere is a natural tendency to praise the creator of the epic scam that Michael Schur made in the first season, the binary turn that made the show's title a smiling lie. But when I mark the evolution of The good place from "very good television comedy" to "one of my favorite things on television", I always point to "Dance Dance Resolution" from season 2, the episode in which an increasingly tense Michael restarts his tortured neighborhood several hundred times. It was a genuinely cosmic expansion of the possibilities of the spectacle, suggesting through an infinite repetition that too human characters were developing new mythic dimensions, which were somehow predestined Being together, trapped in a situation of moral comedy and philosophy.
The third episode of Good placeThe third season, "The Snowplow", is a kind of sister of "Dance Dance Resolution", although it is also an investment. Here again, time goes by at an unexpectedly fast pace: a couple of "Three Months Later" montages and a "Six Months Later" trick, which makes it a one-year trip in 23 minutes between commercials, and a final promise that suggests new temporary jumps. But the message is a clear response to Michael's actions in "Dance Dance Resolution" and, perhaps, an intelligent reconsideration of all this season so far. Here on Earth, you can not just restart things. Humans have to live their lives, regardless of the consequences.
Michael and Janet arrive on Earth, fleeing the judge's trial. There is no turning back for them: their entire existence depends on the souls of their four human friends, and the possibility that they can earn enough moral dollars to enter the Good Place. So the ex-demon and the former former supernocent established a command center near Chidi's office, in a journalism department that is as empty as most of the journalism departments of this millennium. They also installed cameras inside Chidi's office, which allows them to regularly monitor their favorite people.
The months pass. Chidi teaches her accusations about Socrates and Aristotle. The funds come from the neuroscience department, and Simone brings some free cupcakes. Eleanor realizes that she has to get a job. (Australia not only pays you to exist, you know, it's not Sweden, sigh, why can not we all live in Sweden?) Michael is worried that a job will lead Eleanor to miss classes and slow down her progress. Declares a new mission: he and Janet will become the Snowplow, clearing the way for the four to live better lives. Janet uses her infinite knowledge before escaping to find Eleanor a winning lottery ticket. "I won eighteen thousand dollars!" Eleanor says. "Better luck next time!" Lamenta Tahani.
More money, more problems, more snow plows. Jason is just looking for a friend to see his beloved Jacksonville Jaguars. The games are at odd hours here in Australia; It is almost as if they were in a different time zone. Or, to use the scientific term, "A different clock land." Tahani offers to watch soccer with Jason. After all, he once went out with a professional soccer player and even put him in touch with his current wife, Gisele. Bundchen. Besides, she is crazy horny.
Michael wants to be a father to catch this couple. He worries that their connection could spoil the harmony of the group. Janet agrees; She still loves Jason, after all. Then they find Tahani a good companion: Larry Hemsworth, fourth and least of the Hemsworth, monstrously ugly and moody when compared specifically with Thor. Larry is a stone fox, of course, 6 "4" with a perfect Australian face, but he is fair to Tahani, both live in the shadow of the most famous brothers, Jason does not care, he received a mysterious invitation to Join the Sydney chapter of the Jacksonville Jaguars fan club and watched his local team annihilate the Texans.
Knowing very little about professional football, I used my Google research powers "Jaguars vs. Texans. "After spending several milliseconds traveling thousands of kilabytes, I came to the professional conclusion that the game Jason was watching actually happened on December 17, 2017, when the Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the Kansas City Texans for 45- 7 Joking, Texans are not from Kansas City, they're from the other Kansas City, in Delaware. But seriously, if we are following the Earth timeline established since the end of season 2, that means that this episode was taking approximately the characters from mid-2017 to mid-2018, very close to the "present" . I have no idea If this matters And, however, since the Judge seems to think that Michael and Janet have inadvertently created many wild and brexit-causing problems on Earth, I wonder if we are being pushed to begin to see these characters in the context of the hysterical history that is happening. they. Perhaps the message is as simple as: "This has been a great era to spend every day in an academic study in Sydney."
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