Loki Episode 3 Memes: Drunk Dance, Thor Parallel And Bisexuality!

If you open Twitter right now, you’ll see most of it flooded with Loki Episode 3 memes. Marvel dropped the episode today on Disney+ Hotstar, and it drove the fans crazy, yet again. Titled Lamentis, episode 3 stars Tom Hiddleston and Sophia Di Martino. The memes contain spoilers from today’s episodes.

When it comes to sharing memes, it has become a trend to share out of context memes. But die-hard MCU fans do not hesitate from giving away spoilers with a warning. Hence, in their Loki Episode 3 memes, some fans have addressed some important highlights of today’s episode.

These Loki Episode 3 memes by fans cover Loki’s drunk dance, Loki and Sylvia (Sophia Di Martino) confirming their bisexuality, and the parallel of Loki-Thor while ordering another drink. In today’s episode, we found out the most shocking facts that everyone who works for TVA is Variants just like these two. So the internet is demanding justice for Mobius (Owen Wilson) and wants him to ride a Jet Ski.

Loki Episode 3 Memes: Still
Loki Episode 3 Memes: Still from the show

In Loki Episode 3 Lamentis, Loki and Sylvia talk about what love means. During his drunk dance, the God of Mischief says, ‘Love is a dagger’. The explanation of his metaphor has melted the hearts of all Tom Hiddleston and Marvel fans. One fan tweeted, “#Loki: “Love Is A Dagger”. Whatever you say, Honey, I will agree with everything.”

About Loki-Thor parallel of asking another drink by breaking a glass and shouting ‘Another’, one fan tweeted, “Just Asgardian things #Loki #sylvie.” A video featuring Paul Rudd had a caption, “loki and sylvie after discovering they both have mommy issues.”

Take a look at our favourite Loki Episode 3 memes:

Also Read: Loki Episode 2 Memes: Fans Worry For Doctor Strange

Well, these Loki Episode 3 memes will definitely crack you up.

Meanwhile, there are only three episodes left of Tom Hiddleston’s show. Directed by Kate Herron, the series might have another season. Loki episode 3 has raised many questions, and we hope they are answered in the remaining three episodes. The series also stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sasha Lane, Richard E. Grant, and Wunmi Mosaku. It is MCU’s third Phase 4 project that’s released after WandaVision and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Next month, Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow will be releasing in select theatres.

Recently, Disney+ released a video in which the star cast says, “Just when you thought you’ve seen the last of the MCU’s most devilishly handsome and debonair character, Marvel’s unsung hero is back with his signature wit and charm you can’t live without. Get ready for Loki, a superior character, more powerful than all of the Avengers put together.”

Did you enjoy today’s episode and the above Loki memes? What do you think of Sophia Di Martino’s Sylvie? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

Also Read: Loki Episode 3 Recap: Lamentis

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