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I continue to thoroughly enjoy NBC’s The Good Place. It is easily my favorite new comedy of the season. Last week Michael pulled out his lie detector cube and interrogated the group one by one to figure out who had killed Janet. Meanwhile, Janet finally got some of her memories back and was able to retrieve Eleanor’s file, so Michael changed his focus toward figuring out how Eleanor accidentally ended up in the Good Place – and we got a glimpse of some of the morally questionable things Eleanor did. Afterward, Michael put Eleanor on the train to the Bad Place. However, he quickly had a change of heart and stopped the train and asked his Bad Place counterpart, Trevor, if he could have Eleanor back to see if she could learn to become good. He agreed to this but said that the other Eleanor Shellstrop was going to have to stay with him in the Bad Place until things got sorted out. And then the two Eleanors came face to face.
These cliffhangers at the end of each episode are so amazing and make me so anxious to see what happens next. I wish I could binge the entire season all at once! I can’t wait to see the other Eleanor’s reaction to this whole situation – and what the “bad” Eleanor will even say to her. Is Michael really going to let the “good” Eleanor rough it out in the Bad Place while he sees if our Eleanor is redeemable? Will Michael learn that Jianyu was also misplaced, and are there any others? And how did this happen in the first place?
On tonight’s fall finale, “…Someone Like Me as a Member,” Michael faces a challenge when he tries to resolve an unprecedented situation. In addition, Chidi makes a connection, to Eleanor’s chagrin, and a different side of Janet emerges.
To see how the first half of the season wraps, tune in to NBC at 8:30/7:30c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Grey’s Anatomy, The Big Bang Theory, The Great Indoors, Life in Pieces, Superstore, The Blacklist, Pitch, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and 60 Days In.