Not enough sunscreen in the universe could prevent that whopper of a sunburn. I guess Tahani doesn't know how terrible Jason really was. He is a good guy, but he refuses to make any choice to actually help anyone, and his lack of decision making has actually hurt the people around him. But someone who deliberately causes pain doesn't get a free pass just because he's too dumb to breathe. Michael explains how easy it was for him to steal the Good Janet.
Her lying about being happy for Jason and Tahani is destroying the neighborhood. One of the things I love about this show, the concept of it, is that these four people were originally chosen to torture each other but ultimately ended up making each other better people. That would have been an awesome call-back to last season!! I increasingly think this whole show is a deconstruction of the very idea of a Heaven and Hell and an eternal judgement on peoples failures and triumphs in life. Has anyone else noticed that, Trolley dilemma aside, Chidi has become much more decisive than before? That would probably render him to be the one most able to achieve true happiness. Probably budgetary concerns with the show. He's not malicious, he's just not that bright. Count me among the people that believe Janet is the key to this season.
I envision him as being put into foster care from birth after being born to a drug addicted mother and an unknown father. This required nothing from him. White chocolate is sweetened lard and even on its own is proof that we are all in The Bad Place. Edited October 20, 2017 by Michichick · Reason: Removed redundant comment about white chocolate ingredients The philosophy rap musical! She reveals that the man is named Derek Jason Mantzoukas , and Janet created him. But I also thought that giving them gifts could be manipulative.
Wild fan speculation about how this theoretical afterlife really works has gotten so good that showrunner Michael Schur admitted he had to stop reading about it. Tahani is starting to do the same. But torching the boat and slashing tires were deliberately done to hurt people, and to take joy from their suffering. An apology, by contrast, was actual effort. She reveals that the neighborhood could potentially collapse if she continues to glitch.
Do not give away the plot in your title. That was my first instinct too, which got me thinking about the nature of gift giving. Bad Janet feigns cheerfulness, but promptly melts away at the effort. Before, he'd lost that routine; but now, he has an actual class, with 4 pupils, that he's running more like a regular class when Michael doesn't mix things up, anyway. I really wanted to see the philosophy rap musical.
I guess in a way he was a sweet innocent without the capacity to understand the damage he did or how it affected other people. Can Janet truly move on from Jason? Throughout the first season, despite his upbeat puppy-like personality, he was an incredibly selfish, amoral person. So, like this isn't the Good Place or the Bad Place, but Purgatory. Just one Santa, though - since he'd be shown to be real. Before moving to Los Angeles after studying theater in college, I was born and raised in Amish country, Ohio. I thought the song Chidi sang was promising.
Oh snap, Chidi said fork! I don't know if they showed us that though. He's still using his earthly personality and limitations of being sweet but stupid, but who is to say that he has to stay that way? That goes against the torture agenda. Tahani lapses into shallowness, and Chidi has had many problems of indecision. Next, our architect drops another bombshell — Janet is in love with Jason. And now her glitching threatens the new scheme. Basically, we and the 4 friends have every reason not to trust Michael.
He was the only one who didn't realised the reason he was in The Bad Place and even then his indecisiveness hasn't changed one bit, Jason will probably realise it after a while and the same with Tahani. Count me among the people that believe Janet is the key to this season. And they didn't stick anyone up, they would come back later and rob it when no one was around. I mean not only is he incredibly stupid but he was also perfectly happy to let Tahani and Chidi literally burn in hell for his sins. I increasingly think this whole show is a deconstruction of the very idea of a Heaven and Hell and an eternal judgement on peoples failures and triumphs in life.
I haven't seen last season's episodes since they aired, but didn't Janet just marry Jason because he asked her to, and there was nothing in her programming that would cause her to say no to his request? That last one is tough to make out as it's small reddish text against avocado green, but there is a red-headed girl carrying a margarita glass with shrimp in it and some tiny text on it. But we know that he did a lot of bad things when alive without seeming to understand that they were bad, why they were bad, or what his actions did to other people. It was a role he filled for long enough that he is comfortable within it. He seems too dumb to change himself. I like them because they're more than just add-ons to Eleanor's journey, and they're great characters in their own right. Michael shoos our lovebirds away so he can continue repairing Janet. Forcing Chidi to choose is probably exactly what he needed.