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Everything Is Great!
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Everything Is Great! (S02E01) is the first episode of season two of "The Good Place" relea... More Everything Is Great! (S02E01) is the first episode of season two of "The Good Place" released on Wed Sep 20, 2017. Over 22,200 TV Time users rated it a 8.1/10 with their favorite characters being Kristen Bell as Eleanor Shellstrop, Jameela Jamil as Tahani Al-Jamil and Ted Danson as Michael.
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September 2017

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September 2017

You're in the good place, Tahani.

Ooh, what a surprise!
But yes, I accept.
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You're in the good place, Tahani.

Ooh, what a surprise! 
But yes, I accept.
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September 2017

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September 2017

I love the running joke of Denise (real Eleanor from last season) not getting a good "role" in this and getting angry about it.

I love the running joke of Denise (real Eleanor from last season) not getting a good "role" in this and getting angry about it.
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September 2017

HILARIOUS

HILARIOUS
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September 2017

Haha this guy was so hilarious ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ ohh, I missed this show so much!

Haha this guy was so hilarious ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ ohh, I missed this show so much!

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Haha this guy was so hilarious ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ ohh, I missed this show so much!
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June 2017

Miss them so forking much

Miss them so forking much
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September 2017

If it was me, I would have written "Eleanor, you're in The Bad Place." It would have saved time wondering what the fork a Chidi is.

If it was me, I would have written "Eleanor, you're in The Bad Place." It would have saved time wondering what the fork a Chidi is.

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September 2017

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September 2017

Hahahaha I can't stop laughing I swear. This is the best comic show ever!

Hahahaha I can't stop laughing I swear. This is the best comic show ever!
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September 2017

Toda vez que vejo ela, sรณ consigo me lembrar de Atypical KKKKKKKKKKK

Every time I see her, I can only remember Atypical KKKKKKKKKKK

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Toda vez que vejo ela, sรณ consigo me lembrar de Atypical KKKKKKKKKKK
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July 2018

Since Michael keeps failing, WHAT IF he's not a real architect but actually a human like the 4 others and he is being tortured by repeatedly failing his project ?! Like in an Inception kind of way where they made him believe he controls the situation but instead Shawn is the real architect pulling the strings ??

Since Michael keeps failing, WHAT IF he's not a real architect but actually a human like the 4 others and he is being tortured by repeatedly failing his project ?! Like in an Inception kind of way where they made him believe he controls the situation but instead Shawn is the real architect pulling the strings ??
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September 2017

This might be me talking shirt but I think I get it now: the whole system in The Good Place is a portrayal of scripted television and media in general. Michael, the architect, is supposed to be the storyteller, the man behind the show. We think he has full control of the narrative until Shawn, the emotionless, corporate man with obscure intentions comes in to judge his work and, ultimately, renew or cancel his show (aka the neighborhood). Janet is what the press and PR machine, also emotionless but with a user-friendly interface, always tries to portray us as the reality. Janet, at first sight, works or used to work perfectly, but as we get a deeper sense of reality, we find out that she, like the PR machine, is also flawed and doesnโ€™t actually portray reality. Thereโ€™s even a Good Janet and a Bad Janet, because there are multiple ways to spin the news, depending on the desired outcome. Vicky/Real Eleanor/Denise, the neighbors and the new soulmates are actors. Vicky, in particular, is greedy for success and better roles. Angรฉlique, on the other hand, is starting to develop a sense of humanity and feels frustrated, much like some personalities who step out of from under the public eye and Eleanor, Chidi, Tahani and Jason are the average viewers, who at first think theyโ€™re being pleased and catered to by the media, only to find out later that theyโ€™ve been lied to the whole time. The โ€œpeople who went to the Bad Placeโ€ is whoever the media turns against. Mindy St. Claire simply went off the grid, therefore the concepts brought by the media of good and bad donโ€™t matter to her.
What happens when a TV show loses its creativity, boldness and believability, but the network still decides itโ€™s worth giving it another shot? It gets a reboot, but usually doesnโ€™t last more than a short time because most of the essential problems persist in the reboot. We saw it happen to a lot of shows, and itโ€™s become quite a trend. I could go on and on listing shows that got a reboot or even revived on one season, just to get canceled the next season. Why? There is no originality.
I love that meta moment when the show reboots, but the new show is so poorly made that Eleanor finds everything out in one day and then the show has to reboot for a second time.
P.S: YA BASIC!

This might be me talking shirt but I think I get it now: the whole system in The Good Place is a portrayal of scripted television and media in general. Michael, the architect, is supposed to be the storyteller, the man behind the show. We think he has full control of the narrative until Shawn, the emotionless, corporate man with obscure intentions comes in to judge his work and, ultimately, renew or cancel his show (aka the neighborhood). Janet is what the press and PR machine, also emotionless but with a user-friendly interface, always tries to portray us as the reality. Janet, at first sight, works or used to work perfectly, but as we get a deeper sense of reality, we find out that she, like the PR machine, is also flawed and doesnโ€™t actually portray reality. Thereโ€™s even a Good Janet and a Bad Janet, because there are multiple ways to spin the news, depending on the desired outcome. Vicky/Real Eleanor/Denise, the neighbors and the new soulmates are actors. Vicky, in particular, is greedy for success and better roles. Angรฉlique, on the other hand, is starting to develop a sense of humanity and feels frustrated, much like some personalities who step out of from under the public eye and Eleanor, Chidi, Tahani and Jason are the average viewers, who at first think theyโ€™re being pleased and catered to by the media, only to find out later that theyโ€™ve been lied to the whole time. The โ€œpeople who went to the Bad Placeโ€ is whoever the media turns against. Mindy St. Claire simply went off the grid, therefore the concepts brought by the media of good and bad donโ€™t matter to her.
What happens when a TV show loses its creativity, boldness and believability, but the network still decides itโ€™s worth giving it another shot? It gets a reboot, but usually doesnโ€™t last more than a short time because most of the essential problems persist in the reboot. We saw it happen to a lot of shows, and itโ€™s become quite a trend. I could go on and on listing shows that got a reboot or even revived on one season, just to get canceled the next season. Why? There is no originality.
I love that meta moment when the show reboots, but the new show is so poorly made that Eleanor finds everything out in one day and then the show has to reboot for a second time.
P.S: YA BASIC!

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