Plot hole: Loki states while on trial that The Avengers should be on trial for traveling through time to change the timeline. How did he know they came back through time?
Starring: Owen Wilson, Tom Hiddleston, Sophia Di Martino
Suggested correction: He recognized that there were two Tony Starks in the lobby by the smell of their colognes, and combined with all the other unusual shenanigans going on, he correctly deduced the Avengers travelled through time, though he incorrectly thought it was to prevent his ascendancy.
How exactly do you distinguish the smell of cologne as belonging to two separate people? But besides that, it's pretty wild to jump to a conclusion about time travel when it could be that someone else happens to be wearing Axe.
I'm sure he simply recognized his voice.
Continuity mistake: After Loki time jumps back to the interview room he drops the tesseract on floor. When he gets up it's not there or on the table. (00:36:53)
Trivia: The tone and inflection of Miss Minutes' voice, as well as the animated presentation itself, bear a strong similarity to the Mr. DNA sequence from Jurassic Park.
The Variant - S1-E2
Trivia: Mobius says to Loki in 2050 "why is it always the people you can't trust telling you to trust them?" He himself said to Ravonna Renslayer earlier "I can handle him, trust me." Which might simply allude to him not being as confident as he sounds, or might imply Mobius isn't as trustworthy as we're being led to believe. Will leave this up if it ends up being foreshadowing, or delete it if it's entirely irrelevant.
Loki: You're taking me somewhere to kill me?
Mobius M. Mobius: No, I'm taking you some place to talk.
Loki: Well, I don't like to talk.
Mobius M. Mobius: But you do like to lie. Which you just did, 'cause we both know you love to talk.
Loki: I'm gonna burn this place to the ground.
Question: He Who Remains talks about reincarnation, and says "see you soon" to Sylvie. Does he literally mean this version of himself will return? If so how, given he's, y'know, dead? Or does he just mean that another version of him will encounter Sylvie in due course, either his younger self or another variant?
Answer: No he doesn't mean this version of himself, he means the other versions. They are all basically him.
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