Tag Archives: The Good Place

Beyond Hot, Stinky Cat Dooky

There were two scenes in last week’s episode of The Good Place that were both hilarious and pertinent to some of the things that I cover in my upper level classes.  The first was “Jeremy Bearimy,” which NBC released as … Continue reading

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Jeremy Bearimy, Indeed

The Good Place on NBC went to a great place with this week’s episode.  So great that I would show the entire episode in one of my classes next quarter if it didn’t give away almost every twist of the … Continue reading

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The Reason is Friends

I’ve got a couple or three shows returning to the airwaves this week.  The Good Place is the one I’m looking forward to most.  The show takes turn after turn that makes things even more interesting even as the characters … Continue reading

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O’Donovan and the Good Place

Back in June I posted a couple of entries having to do with the opening pages of Oliver O’Donovan’s Self, World, and Time, which is the first entry in his “Ethics as Theology” series.  I finally finished the trilogy and … Continue reading

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What We Owe to Each Other

This last part of the second season of The Good Place has seen the “existential quartet” confront “the Judge” to plead their case as changed people.  Last week we say each member face a challenge, a test, to see how … Continue reading

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The “Existential” Place

The Good Place on NBC has always been an amazing little show.  Now that the main characters have taken leave of the “Good Place,” things have gotten even weirder . . . and better . . . and more ethically … Continue reading

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Riding on the Trolley . . . Problem

The most recent episode of NBC’s The Good Place did a great job of revisiting some of the ethical themes of the show’s first season . . . from a completely different perspective.  This time around, Chidi was trying to … Continue reading

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