What If Loki Was Doctor Who? (Nerdist Remix)


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Kate Herron: Something that really excited Jonathan and I was just this idea of this balance between an extrovert and an introvert. He’s in isolation, the only character he seems to talk to is this talking clock, Miss Minutes, and other than that he’s surrounded by this really noisy timeline. But it’s very quiet where the Citadel is, and there’s a loneliness and isolation to that. I think it was interesting for us bouncing that idea with this extrovert showman who loves to tell stories.

Herron: The fun thing that we really like to get into was where is he lying, where is he not lying? And moments where he should go bigger, or where he should go smaller. When he says, “If you think I’m evil, wait until you meet my variants,” and I really believe he remains there. I think you have to believe him because, you know, Loki is like “I believe what he’s saying,” and as we see at the end, he wasn’t lying. They killed him, and the multiverse was born.

Herron: With Boastful Loki, he was just such a character because, you know, I’d worked with Deobia [Oparei] before, and we kind of shaped that character. I think for me, I didn’t know his story exactly, but those questions about whether he’s worthy or not are there, and this fun part of the Lokis that we see in all of them. They want to tell a story and they’re all very charismatic, but as Classic says, there’s that kind of pain within them all.

We don’t necessarily get to delve into that with all the characters completely, but that’s what’s happening when Classic talks about how he missed his brother. That’s what caused his Nexus Event. He was sort of living this cowardly life, which is why I think it was important for us that he goes in and saves Loki and Sylvie at the very end of the episode because he’s trying to do something brave.

Herron: I can’t speak for what the future plans to be with them, but I guess anything’s possible, right? Because you see in the void, like all this craziness has been sent there and deleted and all of that stuff will be on its own timeline. So I guess just expect the unexpected, to quote our show.

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