The Good Place

Aired: Oct 10, 2019 , Thursday at 21:00 on NBC

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Episode Summary: Michael and Eleanor discover something troubling and turn to an unusual source for help; Tahani lends her expertise to assist with one of the new residents.
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Eleanor is doing everything in her power to make the love of her life miserable on The Good Place Season 4 Episode 3. Related: The Good Place Season 4 Episode 2 Review: A Girl From Arizona, Part Two Destroying the comfortable mindset Chidi created for himself may be a necessary evil, but it appears as if Eleanor's actions aren't only for the benefit of the experiment.  On The Good Place Season 3 Episode 13, Chidi made the ultimate sacrifice ... more

 
 
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