Loki Episode 4 Recap: Post-Credits Scene and Marvel Cameo Explanation

Loki’s solo adventure reached episode 4 on Disney Plus Wednesday, to follow on from God of Malice get to know his Female variant Sylvie after the couple escaped the clutches of the Time Variation Authority. His also the first episode of the Marvel Cinematic Universe series include a post-scene of the credits, which we will go into in gloriously spoiled details on after warning below.

We left Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and Silvia (Sofia Di Martino) apparently trapped on the doomed moon of Lamentis in 2077, with a planet that stands for crash down and the escape ship they had planned to hijack destroyed. Sylvie had also bombed the Sacred Time Line, creating countless branches and forcing the TVA to deal with the chronological chaos it had unleashed.
Time to jump in Apocalyptic spoilers, with an episode titled The Nexus Event.

Beyond pruning

After discovering that the Time-Keepers are robots, Loki prepares to reveal his soul to distraught Sylvie. However, the moment is interrupted by TVA judge Ravonna Renslayer (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), who sneaks in up and prunes Loki, seemingly erasing him from existence and leaving the show without his protagonist. I guess it will have to be renamed Sylvie.

Or will it? A post- the credits scene sees Loki wake up up in a ruined city and I wonder aloud if he is dead.

“Not yet,” says a mysterious someone in the unmistakable tones of Richard E. Grant. “But you will be, unless you come with us. ”

He looks up to see a trio of new Loki Variants – credited as Classic Loki (Grant), Kid Loki (Jack Calf) and proud Loki (Deobia Oparei). there is also a crocodile with a cute lil Loki crown and an and building that sure it seems like Tower of the Avengers in the back quite right of the shot (so we’re probably looking at a New York in ruin).

These three guys are inspired by some of Loki’s looks from the comics. The classic Loki is based on the prime character appearances (like the first issue of Avengers), and Kid Loki is a riff on a version who was reborn child after its apparent death.

The conceited Loki is not quite like that clear, but he wields a hammer, so he’s probably inspired by an inspired version of the character who is worthy of raise Thor’s hammer, Mjolnir. The one it looks very different from Mjolnir, though, so heavily customized or forged it a new one. Given his name, he will probably say so us all about his incredible feats.

The Loki crocodile appears to be an original character, but one will surely be a popular soft toy. I want one, snap to snap.


Before Loki’s pruning, he and Sylvie are dragged along in front of the Keepers of Time for their apparent execution. They manage to overwhelm the guards and Ravonna, then affect Sylvie off a keeper of time head and reveals theirs true nature – it’s a wizard of Ozillusion style.

After Loki’s pruning, Sylvie prepares to make Ravonna say “everything”. Between new Lokis and this, we hope to get a bunch of exposure in next episode of the week

Given her body language, Ravonna is unlikely to be the mind here. The most obvious suspect is Kang the Conqueror, a bad time traveler from the 31st century is regular villain of the Avengers in comics. We already know Kang will do it show up in February 2023 movie Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, where it will be played by Jonathan Majors, so we might see some of them version (or variant) of the character in Loki first.

Or maybe Miss Minutes and the true villain.

Sylvie of Asgard

The episode opens with a flashback to a young Silvia, who lived in Asgard when a team of The TVA Minutemen led by Ravonna have come to arrest she is swept out her reality. However, the shrewd young man managed to swipe his finger on Ravonna’s TemPad and escape.

Adult Sylvie tells Loki her suspicion that being born female has gradually created a difference in the chronology. He later asks Ravonna why she was arrested, but the judge says she doesn’t remember. However, Ravonna’s cruel smile suggests that she is lying and is . just being a villain by refusing to tell Sylvie why her life was destroyed.

Another Asgardian

After Loki and Sylvie were arrested, Mobius (Owen Wilson) has Loki thrown in a time cell. This is designed soften up prisoners for interrogation by reviving them bad remember over is over.

In this case, it is results in a classic Asgardian cameo – Lady Sif (Jaimie Alexander), whose last movie the appearance was in of 2013 Thor: The Dark World (she also shown up in an episode from 2015 of agents of SHIELD).

“You’re a conniving, cowardly and pathetic worm. You did it,” her says, holding up a chunk of his Loki hair cut off. “I hope that you know you deserve to be alone and you always will be. ”

Sif then puts it on in knee in groin and punches him in the face. Rinse and repeat.

This moment alludes to a joke from Loki in comics and the Norse mythology that inspired them. Loki cuts off Sif’s Goldilocks as a joke, and a furious Thor asks for his brother fix their. Loki convinces the dwarf artisans to create new hair for Sif, and create many more magical ones items for the gods, including Mjolnir.

TVA trouble

We had previously been led to believe that the Time-Keepers created all the TVA agents, but Sylvie revealed that in reality were variants who had their minds wiped out and forced to serve. When she enchanted hunters C-20 and B-15 (Sasha Lane is Wunmi Mosaku), unlocked the memories of their old lives.

# 20 was apparently killed by Ravonna to preserve the secret, but B-15 wisely kept his awakening quiet until he could confirm is with Silvia. Then the hunter keeps low until he manages to save Sylvie and Loki from the Time-Keepers. He fainted in that scene, so presumably it will team up with Sylvie in the next episode.

Loki also reveals the truth to Mobius during his interrogation, and the TVA agent finally agrees to help he takes down the Keepers of Time. Unfortunately this moment of super-best-The friendly hope is crushed by Ravonna, who has pruned Mobius as it gushes in round on his jet ski. Absolutely monstrous.

Let’s hope Mobius ends up wherever Loki is. If we don’t see it on a jet ski (preferably in her dress) before show ends, I will be deeply troubled.

Observations, WTF questions and Easter eggs

  • Years visited: 2077, 2050 and several unknown eras.
  • Because the TVA could not just leaves Sylvie and Loki a die on Complaints? If the apocalypse were imminent, apparently like the Nexus Event would be discontinued.
  • Kid Sylvie is playing with carved figures of Valkyrie and a wolf. The latter is probably a reference to Hela Fenris’ giant dog, as seen in Thor: Ragnarok.
  • She is played by Cailey Fleming, previously seen as a young Rey in Star Wars: The Force Awakens).
  • Sylvie and Loki sitting quietly on the water like a wave of destruction rolls towards them is a little like Jyn Erso and Cassian Andor’s final moments in Spin-off of Star Wars Rogue One.
  • Sylvie and Loki go back-for-back for fight the Time-Keepers henchmen felt at ease like Rey and Kylo Ren fight Snoke’s guards in The last Jedi – Snoke was also turned out to be a puppet for a shady villain. Maybe I just see Star Wars in everything.
  • Tom Hiddleston plays the lying Loki beautifully. I was almost convinced when it was doing up the story about him manipulating Sylvie. Unless it really is ?!
  • Mobius mentions to bring in Kree, Titans and vampires – maybe a catch in round for Morbius (even if it’s a Sony movie) or Lama.
  • The scene introducing the Time-Keepers is beautifully framed, but they looked like super silly to the point in where it was clear would not have been the ultimate Bad guys.
  • Ravonna “stabs” Loki in the back mirrored Loki doing it with agent Phil Coulson in The Avengers. They both appeared to be dead, but each returned.

Stick us for more Easter eggs and remarks next Wednesday 7 July, when episode 5 of Loki arrives at Disney Plus.

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