I've posted many times that I always watch episodes of this show more than once to get the full sense of them. That's definitely going to be needed here, because I think I spent enough time processing the idea behind this episode that I didn't pay as close attention to the execution of them as I might usually do. Was this a funny episode? No idea. I think there was humor in it but the big idea kept crowding it out in my mind. The big idea, of course, is the concept that if the afterlife is fundamentally flawed, as the show has spent time showing, then it can't just be flawed at the bottom; it must be flawed all the way up. That conclusion is fair, smart and completely consistent with the logic of the show, and I find it brilliant. The solution the gang arrived at is even more logical. It's also incredibly sad, both in the general sense of how people generally conceive of the afterlife and also for what it portends about how the series will end next week. On reflection, maybe it is that last part that has kept me distracted from the minutiae of the episode. If that's what happens, it is probably the proper series capper, but it's going to leave me in a pile. A few comments on details I did pay attention to: Always good to see Lisa Kudrow. As the gang was figuring out how to fix the Good Place, Chidi referred to the Bad Place as "Hell". That did stick out, as the show has so assiduously avoided non-secular terminology. You know the good place is messed up if even Jason figures it out right away. Stupid Nick's Wing Dump! One of the better Florida jokes of the series. Glad to get the callback here, with visual.