Any TGP fans here? For the uninitiated, "The Good Place" is the preferred choice for the afterlife (as opposed to "The Bad Place", which seems to be full of screaming and bears with two mouths). The show primarily follows four people who've ended up in The Good Place for a lifetime of exceptional deeds, following their untimely demises on Earth, and who are assigned to each other as soul-mates. However it becomes readily apparent to the four that the loquacious socialite Tahani Al-Jamil (Jameela Jamil) is not a good match for Jianyu (Manny Jacinto), a monk who has taken a vow of silence, while the indecisive ethics professer Chidi Anagonye (William Harper) is unlikely to be the eternal soulmate of the disorganised and selfish Eleanor Shellstrop (Kristen Bell). The four are residents of Neighborhood 12358W, a part of The Good Place designed by afterlife architect Michael (Ted Danson), and assisted by Janet (D'Arcy Carden), one of a member of a class of beings who knows all things, can create items at will, and appear when called or disappear to "her" (although Janets are technically genderless) void - an afterlife personal assistant to the residents of each neighbourhood. Eleanor soon realises (despite her self-centeredness) that she doesn't belong in The Good Place at all, when it's explained she's there due to her numerous good deeds on Earth - she was mistaken for another, much more selfless Eleanor Shellstrop who died at the exact same time as her - but she tries to find a way to stay there, with the help of guidance in ethics from Chidi... but it also appears Chidi, Tahani, and Jianyu are not exactly the exceptional people - or indeed the people - that The Good Place seems to think they are... It's a Schur/Goor creation - like Brooklyn Nine-Nine - and all four seasons are on Netflix. There'll be a special, 90-minute wrap-up show in January, so get binging. And my first question is a rhetorical one. At least one GTPlanet member's username is a direct reference to the show, eh @JakeJortles?