Loki Season 2 Episode 4 Release Time and Recap So Far

Marvel’s Loki is about to deliver the back half of its second season on Disney+, starting with episode four.

Tom Hiddleston as Loki
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This article contains spoilers

We’re already halfway through the second season of Marvel’s Loki, and the jewel in the MCU’s Disney+ crown continues to sparkle. The weird, time-twisting series has already set up a very strange story in season two, and it looks like things are about to come together as Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and Mobius’ (Owen Wilson) plan to prevent a temporal meltdown at the TVA reaches a pivotal point in episode four.

Season two picked up where we left off at the end of the season one finale, with Loki “time slipping” back to the past, forward to the present, and then even further forward to the future, which gave the God of Mischief a glimpse of how things used to be at the TVA, and how they will be. In the past, He Who Remains was the very visible creator and leader of the institution, and employees like Mobius followed his orders. In the future, the TVA was on the verge of destruction, but Loki and his variant Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) were trying to accomplish something during that crisis. Before Loki could find out what, he was pruned by an unseen person, which actually saved his life in the present.

After meeting key engineer OB (Ke Huy Quan) in the bowels of the TVA, Mobius and Loki decided to track down Sylvie by following Hunter X-5 (Rafael Casal), who had abandoned his post for a comfy celebrity life on the Sacred Timeline. Following his reluctant lead, they were not only able to find Sylvie, but also a loyalist TVA general called Dox (Kate Dickie) who planned to bomb all the newly branched timelines out of a sense of loyalty to the old Time Keeper ways. Loki, Sylvie, and Mobius weren’t able to stop most of the bombings, and Sylvie refused to help Loki save the TVA any further.


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