The Good Place

Aired: Jan 16, 2020 , Thursday at 20:30 on NBC

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Episode Summary: While the humans search for test candidates, Michael trains a group of architects. Eleanor doesn't want Chidi to learn too much about her past.
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Monday's, Am I Right?

It finally happened! After hundreds of years and a countless number of lifetimes, the four humans made it to The Good Place on The Good Place Season 4 Episode 11.  As much as we want to believe it's only uphill from here, there are still two episodes left before The Good Place comes to a definitive end. Unfortunately, that means there's enough time left for something else to go wrong. No one deserves to go to The Good Place more than Eleanor, Chidi, Jason, and Tahani.... more

 
 
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Damon Lindelof Cried During 'The Good Place' Finale: 'It Ended Beautifully'

Damon Lindelof has been spiritually linked to NBC’s “The Good Place” since its launch in 2016. Not only did Drew Goddard, an alum of Lindelof’s “Lost,” direct the pilot and serve as an executive producer, but creator Mike Schur had turned to “The Leftovers” and “Watchmen” showrunner for advice on how to craft a serialized comedy tackling... more

Good Place Finale Secrets Revealed: Michael's Groovy Tune, Nick Offerman's Cameo, Jason's Perfect Score and More

Ready to climb aboard the Purple Train to Groovy City, The Good Place fans? You’ll be able to soon enough, you marshmallow cats. NBC’s afterlife comedy capped off a four-season run on Thursday with an extra-large series finale, and series creator Michael Schur and executive producer Drew Goddard revealed a slew of fun inside tidbits about the making of the episode to host/cast member Marc Evan Jackson on the official Good Place podcast. First and ... more

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Even by Raphael Bob-Waksberg’s high referential standards, there are a lot of connections between the ending of “BoJack Horseman” and the beginning. In the first episode, BoJack eats cotton candy at a house party. In the finale, he eats cotton candy at Princess Carolyn’s wedding reception. Mr. Peanutbutter’s first in a long line of Erica jokes pays off in the finale with the sheer implication of Erica’s always-offscreen presence forming the punchline. The episode of &... more

 
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