In Loki S1E6:
In Loki S1E6, Loki & Sylvie confront “He Who Remains.” He is a variant of Kang the Conqueror residing in the Citadel at the end of time. Kang is the dictator of Time Variance Authority and the knower of all in the timeline. Kang explains how he has orchestrated Loki & Sylvie’s journey to the Citadel and forces them to make an impossible choice. They can either take over running the TVA from Kang or kill him. The latter option would break open the multiversal timelines and unleash dangerous variants of Kang, Loki, and others. Despite the danger, Sylvie is determined to kill Kang, and Loki can’t stop her. Sylvie kisses Loki, but shoves him through a time door back to the TVA. She then kills Kang, who promises to see her again.
At the TVA, Mobius confronts Renslayer. Believing the TVA’s cause to be righteous, she goes in search of whoever’s in charge, with the help of mysterious files from Miss Minutes. Mobius and B15 are left behind to see countless timelines branching into chaos. A distraught Loki reunites with them, only to discover that this Mobius and this B15 do not know who he is or why the timeline is branching. Loki then sees that the TVA is different: instead of three statues of The Timekeepers, there is only one, and it is Kang.
Loki is Marvel’s third Disney+ show, continuing Phase 4 of the MCU. Loki stars Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Wunmi Mosaku, Sophia DiMartino, with special guests Richard E. Grant & Jonathan Majors.
To start our Loki series from the beginning, check out Episode 1.
References in our episode:
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