D.L. Mayfield will be recapping season three of The Good Place for Christ and Pop Culture. “The Good Place continues to be the most profound comedy on television. It is also delightfully weird. It is obsessed with asking better questions — around the meaning of life, and how our actions might affect those around us — and this season I suspect those questions will continue to be ever more relevant to the viewer.”
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