In Loki so far,
The first episode of “Loki,” which premiered on Disney+ on June 9, ends with the intriguing reveal that the hooded killer who’s been going after the Time Variance Authority’s Minutemen and stockpiling their reset charges is actually also Loki — just a different version of him.
After the apocalyptic hurricane of “Loki” Episode 2, we know now that this other, murderously mischievous Loki is Lady Loki, played by Sophia Di Martino.
The mercurial villain Loki resumes his role as the God of Mischief in Episode 3.
This episode particularly was rich on dialogues from varied fields especially love. Here are nine best dialogues from the episode 3-
- Loki displaying his enigmatic self with all sorts of gentle-manliness.
Loki: Brute force is no substitute for diplomacy and guile.
2. Reminiscing about his mother Loki says (we are sure it must have teared your eyes),
Loki: Like, turn a flower into a frog or cast fireworks over the water. It all seemed impossible. She told me that I would be able to do it too because… because I could do anything.
3. We couldn’t understand why the old woman chose to stay back either.
Loki: A pity that the old woman chose to die, don’t you think?
Sylvie: She was in love. Loki: She hated him.
Sylvie: Maybe love is hate
4. On the subject of love, when Sylvie says that there is a postman waiting for her after she destroys the TVA. And, it perfectly sums up why we crave companionship.
Sylvie: “It was only ever just to keep me going.”
5. Is Loki bisexual? This is going to be a very burning question for weeks to come.
Sylvie: Or maybe a prince?
Loki: A bit of both. I suspect the same as you. But nothing ever.
6. Love can never be defined. Definitely not when we are sober.
Sylvie: Love is mischief then?
Loki: No, love is uh something I might have to have another drink to think about
7. Loki is a foodie just like all of us, and it is evident in this dialogue. Tch! it could have been tasted amazing with Figgyport.
Loki: It’s a shame to let that go to waste
8. And, finally when Loki manages to make something out for love after getting hell drunk.
Loki: Love is a dagger, it’s a weapon to be wielded far away or up close. You can see yourself in it. It’s beautiful until it makes you bleed. But ultimately, when you reach for it,
Sylvie: It isn’t real. Love is an imaginary dagger.
Doesn’t make sense, right? Love doesn’t make sense anyway.
9. Screaming is cathartic. Period.
Loki: Uh did the scream make you feel better?
Sylvie: Yes it did. You should try it sometime.
God, what a power-packed episode it was. Can’t wait for episode 4 which is officially Tom Hiddleston’s favorite from the series.
We have also covered the best quotes from previous episodes of Loki, Below are the links to them.