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“The Good Place” explored a lot of questions over its four-year run: Did Aristotle actually know what he was talking about? Is drinking almond milk a sin? Is it noble to fix a broken tricycle for a child who is indifferent to tricycles?
But the biggest — and most controversial — question came during the show’s finale last month.