Loki Season 1

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Overall, I liked the show. But like the ending of many shows or the ending of the Infinity Saga (Avengers: Endgame), the ending of Loki was unsatisfying. Endings can be hard to get right. Arguably the ending of Loki and the ending of Endgame both involved deus ex machinas.

premise is flawed. though perhaps purposely flawed in that loki has his suspicions about the setup. how does a super timeline even work. what does it mean to operate outside the timeline. a device that seems to send someone to a previous position doesnt meant they are sent back in time... it's just... somehow part of the flow of time in that reality. if everything is preordained, how does one choose not to be a variant. it seems like one has no choice but to become a variant. in truth, perhaps a compromise is that the TVA acts as pruners. a tree grows branches and TVA trims all branches except one. but then the avengers dont really have to put any stones back, TVA can just handle it... i think regardless of the premise, I would still enjoy the show. but hopefully Loki does figure out something greater with the three lizard men.

maybe they should change their strategy, like maybe have the person with the reset charge come in separately. haha, Im really happy he pointed out the reset charge pattern, "Dont tell me the Variant ambushed and kulled another team of Minutemen (GASP) and stole their reset charge as well".
"No one bad is ever truly bad, No one good is ever truly good." Interesting discussion and outcome (exploding timeline).

hmm, what does this loki want. huh, all magic is neutralized? what i dont realize is her plan. it's summarized by Loki as they're walking. Their teamwork and banter is charming. a plot point is revealed, where all the tva agents are just variants, but they don't know that.
though... why would a normal person be a variant. note i get for sake of the show, but you figure she should have been charging the device more regularly.

wait what... how can this little girl doing nothing be a variant. i guess theyre just making an example. oh unless that's young Sylvie. i see... so basically there are natural variations of similar timelines. wow, their connection created a nontrivial branch. huh. why did they prune the agent and not Loki. what a bitxh: " i dont remember". ooooo what a twist. I kept thinking in my head... where is the agent, and when she will destroy Sylvie. and instead, she destroyed Loki. but come on, this is Hiddleston s show, he cant be gone. oh there's a post credit scene. more lokis.

i wonder if loki is in like a limbo of vahalla. though... would it make sense for multiple lokis across time to die and go to vahalla? they said its the Void. its later explained what the void is. haha an alligator loki. hahaha, whT waa your nexus event yoyr majesty, i kill3d thor. my question now is how did they know this loki arrived. hmm i didnt know that agent would have a reason to betray sylvie. anyways, smart thinking to selfprune. whoa, so many lokis (oh right, lokis area primary variant). lol all this time survivng and they attack each other. presumably the timekeepers maker wouldnt just keep files about the beginning and end od time lying around.

wow... i thought it would just be straightforward and they turned it into this thing... where.... it was a battle of universes stemming from one of the members (i would kind of think like a rick). though I think multiple universes and branching timelines are different concepts. how exactly is a branch of a timeline created? i thought in general there's only such thing as a forefront of spacetime. although the spacetime can theoretically rearrange itself in a previous state which... would be like traveling back in time... so anyways, this he who remains somehow knew everything up to a point. this doesn't really make sense to me.

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