And, in my showing at least, there were audible gasps and winces at all the right moments. Then he opened Facebook and paged through it for awhile. He commented on a few posts.
On with the show. The Good Place is an awesome show that deals with morality and ethics. And one of the underlying premises is the idea of if fundamentally bad — or perhaps more accurately put, flawed — people can change. And in season 3 of the Good Place, Michael, a demon, and an all-knowing judge are involved in an experiment to test just that.
Recap In the universe of the Good Place, there is a system that tracks all actions of humans on earth. At the time of their death, the sum of their actions dictates if they were a good or bad person and whether they go to the Good Place or the Bad Place.
Each neighborhood has, what seems to be kind of an operating system, called Janet, that runs them and can also work as an informational database. More on them soon. Michael is a Bad place architect that has built a neighborhood designed to torture four humans psychologically.
The trick is they are supposed to believe they are in the Good Place, but due to their contrasting personalities, they will torture each other. This plan fails as the humans realize they are in the Bad Place and bond with each other.
One of the humans, Chidi Anagonye, is an ethics professor and teaches the humans how to become better. Michael, having failed at his plan, teams up with the humans. Their new plan is to become better people and demon and get into the Good Place.
They meet a judge, who decides who can go to the Good Place, and convince her to let the humans go back to earth in an alternate timeline. If they can prove they can become better, they will go to the Good Place. As of season one of episode three, it appears to be going poorly.
I have a contrasting theory. The reason the humans got better in the Bad Place was because of Janet! More on Janet As mentioned Janet is the operating system that runs the subsection of both the Good place and the Bad place.
However, there are two flavors it seems. The Bad Place Janet is mean and cruel and seems designed to antagonize humans.
Because his neighborhood was a ruse, Michael stole a Good Place Janet to run it. Over the course of the show, Michael keeps rebooting the neighborhood as the humans discover they are in the Bad Place.
By the time he joins forces with them, the neighborhood has been rebooted over times. This leads our Janet to believe she may be the most advanced Janet ever.
Good Place Janets are designed to help humans, possibly even to a fault. To test her, they ask her to refuse to help. Their initial simple task is to ask for a glass of water. Janet struggles to do this. Michael convinced her she is in a Good Place neighborhood, that is just different than ones she is used to.
Our Janet has feelings, a subconscious and memory, even after she is rebooted. One storyline has Janet marry Jason Mendoza. Jason winds up in a new relationship with Tehani Al Jamil. Through sitcom logic, Janet winds up being a relationship counselor for Jason and Tehani.
She also develops a close friendship with Michael. Janet is designed to help humans, and our humans are bad people.Interviews, tips, tricks, and strategies for trading for a living, and living better as a trader. And for what it’s worth, McEnroe himself agrees there is a double standard in regards to the recent Serena debate.
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