16. I think the judge is secretly a Time-Keeper. If not the judge, then somebody we've already met is.
17. "I was almost gone" is a hilarious response when you're leaving a room and someone calls you back.
18. This library(?) space is amazing.
19. Loki's reading TVA documents, so can Loki read every language, or are the TVA documents written in a language Loki can read (presumably English), or do the documents take the form of the reader's language?
20. Oh, interesting, variants and the stuff they do goes on "until eventually, a new timeline branches." So what's that in-between time? I was sure any change on the sacred timeline was immediately felt.
21. Okay, Mobius words it as "chaotic alterations of a predetermined outcome," so chaotic changes make a new branch. Why? Who's defining chaotic? Time itself?
22. They really hitched their wagon onto this salad metaphor.
23. Alright, so seems like, given the very smart apocalypse realization from Loki, the TVA only notices a change to the sacred timeline when a fair amount of time has passed or a big event has been altered. But they noticed this Loki immediately, so I don't know what's up with that.
24. That's so interesting. Huh. Okay. I really need to think about that some more.
25. If I were being annoying, I would point out that Pompeii wasn't in Italy back then because there was no "Italy" in 79 AD, but I'm not being annoying, so I'm not pointing it out.
26. This show is going for two distinct theories on time travel: the predetermined loop and branches. Maybe I'm misunderstanding, but that's where I am this morning.
27. Yeah, "Anything we do can impact the course of history," so right now we're acting like time's a loop.
28. Although...I guess not if Mobius and Loki could start their own branch.
29. I like how Mobius and Loki got up to take a walk, and then we cut to them sitting at another table.