I’m eagerly awaiting the third episode of “Loki” season two on Disney+. I wonder, how will the TVA tackle the impending temporal crisis.
I’ve been glued to my screen since Loki, portrayed by Tom Hiddleston, made his grand comeback on Disney+. This second season has been a rollercoaster, leaving me both exhilarated and puzzled. I’ve marked my calendar for the weekly episodes, especially the upcoming third one.
In the initial episodes, I felt as if I was on a whirlwind journey with Loki through the annals of time, witnessing the TVA’s past, present, and future. I was taken aback when I realized that, in the past, He Who Remains (played by Jonathan Majors) was the face of the TVA, with everyone following his commands. But the future paints a grim picture with the TVA nearing its end. I was relieved when Loki found an ally in OB (Ke Huy Quan), an adept engineer. Together with Mobius, they’re striving to avert a potential TVA catastrophe.
I was also curious about Sylvie’s fate after she assassinated He Who Remains in the first season. To my surprise, she ventured to a divergent timeline in Broxton, Oklahoma, using advanced TVA tech. And who would’ve thought? She’s now working at McDonald’s! But her peace was short-lived as Loki and Mobius (Owen Wilson) soon caught up with her. Together, they tried persuading her to thwart the Time Keeper loyalists from wreaking havoc on the new timelines. Sadly, many timelines were obliterated, leading to innumerable casualties in the multiverse.
While there are numerous intriguing subplots in this season, I’m particularly keen on locating Ravonna Renslayer and Miss Minutes. Their whereabouts might hold the key to saving the TVA.
When Does Episode 3 Of Loki Come Out?
I’ve set a reminder for the release of the third episode. For those in the US, it’s on Thursday, Oct. 19 at 6 pm PT/9 pm ET, and for UK viewers, it’s on Friday, Oct. 20 at 2 am BST.
As for my expectations for the next episode, I doubt Loki will be content with Sylvie flipping burgers in Broxton. Given Loki’s glimpse into the future, I believe Sylvie won’t stay away from the God of Mischief and the TVA for long. I’m eager to see what prompts her return and if Loki can sway her in the upcoming episode.
The impending crisis with the temporal loom is also on my mind. OB, Casey, and Hunter B-15 are racing against time to modify the loom to accommodate the vast multiverse. General Dox’s audacious move in the previous episode might have bought them some time. And speaking of General Dox and the Time Keeper loyalists, I wonder how the TVA plans to deal with them. Can anyone reason with the obstinate General Dox?
Lastly, I’m deeply invested in Mobius’s story. The TVA robbed him of his past life, and while he’s been resistant to uncovering his true identity, I have a feeling his curiosity might soon get the better of him.