Michael has convinced the Judge to meet them all at the IHOP - Inter-dimensional Hole of Pancakes, arguably the most dangerous place in the afterlife, but a place where the Judge's powers are reduced - so that Michael can make the case that it is impossible in today's human life for anyone to make it into the Good Place using the points system if only because humans can never know all the bad consequences of the fundamentally good decisions they can make. It may take some convincing for the Judge to do anything about it, but after a visit to Earth, she does make a proposal to test Michael's hypothesis, it which has a sense of déjà vu especially for Michael in more ways than one. Meanwhile, Jason makes a proposal of his own to Janet, which could be unconsciously affected by what the Judge has decided for the group as a collective to do.
Did You Know?
When explaining the problem with the points system to the judge, the file Micheal chose was for a man in Snerling, Indiana and the tomato was purchased at "Food and Stuff". This is a direct reference to another Michael Schur project, Parks & Recreation. See more
Life now is so complicated, it's impossible for anyone to be good enough for the Good Place. I know you don't like to learn too much about life on Earth to remain impartial, but these days just buying a tomato at a grocery store means that you are unwittingly supporting toxic pesticides, exploiting labor, contributing to global warming. Humans think that they're making one choice, but they're actually making dozens of choices they don't even know they're making.
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