Loki Episode 6 Recap: He Who Remains, Multiversal War and Season 2!

Loki Episode 6 or Loki Finale Episode is now out on Disney+ Hotstar. Directed by Kate Herron, the episode is called For All Time. Always and it is written by Michael Waldron and Eric Martin. The 44 minutes episode stars Tom Hiddleston, Sophia Di Martino, Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Wunmi Mosaku and Jonathan Majors.

Loki Episode 6 Recap or Loki Finale Episode Recap For All Time. Always contains spoilers. However, instead of sharing everything that happened in Loki Finale, I’m going to tell you the key highlights of today’s episode. There is no joy like witnessing everything with your own eyes on Disney+. Firstly, the opening scene of the Loki finale episode is the best one so far! It has overlapping voices of all the Avengers and real-life personalities like Nelson Mandela, Gretha Thunberg, Malala and several others. When Marvel said they would blow away your minds, they meant it.

After Loki and Sylvie enchant Alioth, they see a castle-like figure and finally enter inside. We all were right about Miss Minutes. She’s cute but is vicious and knows everything. She tells the duo about He Who Remains. At the TVA, Mobius confronts Ravonna Renslayer. Loki Finale Episode proved that Renslayer does care about Mobius, but her loyalty is more towards the TVA. Despite Mobius trying to explain to her, she remains stubborn and walks to the TemPad door.

Loki Episode 6 Recap: Still 1
Loki Episode 6 Recap: Episode still

Loki and Sylvie finally meet He Who Remains (Jonathan Majors), who is happy to greet them. Sylvie attacks He Who Remains, but he saves himself from every strike of her dagger. He Who Remains takes both the Loki Variants to his office and tells his story and why he created the TVA. He tells them that he’s a scientist from the 31st century who met his other variants as they were doing one big experiment. However, some of his variants were not nice and hence, he had to create the TVA to save the timeline from being destroyed by his evil variants.

Hunter B-15 goes back to 2018 in Fremont (Ohio), where some Minutemen follow her. She enters a Principal’s office in a school, and one of the Minutemen tell her that her time’s up. Suddenly Renslayer appears and asks them who they are. The Minutemen addresses her as Judge Renslayer, but the lady asks, ‘Who is Renslayer?’ We finally find out that Ravonna Renslayer was a school Principal before TVA pruned her. Now everyone in the TVA knows the truth about themselves.

Loki Episode 6 Recap: Jonathan Majors as He Who Remains
Loki Episode 6 Recap: He Who Remains

Loki series’ He Who Remains tells both Loki and Sylvie that he knows everything that’s going to happen. He made them go to Lamentis and fight everything that comes their way until they find them. Sylvie calls him a liar, and Loki appears to believe him. He Who Remains asks Sylvie if she really trusts Loki (Tom Hiddleston). When the timeline hits the threshold, the TVA founder tells them that he is ready to give them the throne as he’s old and tired. He also gives them a second option of killing him, but that will awake all his evil variants and lead to a Multiversal war.

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Sylvie is fed up with He Who Remains non-sense and attempts to attack him. Loki stops her and tells her that they should trust him. Sylvie loses her cool at Loki and says that he’s doing it for the throne. Both the Variant have a 2-3 minutes fight among themselves as Marvel’s He Who Remains enjoys the show. Loki denies it and hints that he also felt everything that she felt. The two share a kiss (it was a wow and ew moment), but Sylvie sends Loki back to the TVA. The one who betrayed everyone now gets betrayed by someone he ‘loves’. She attacks He Who Remains, which causes a lot of Multiverses to open.

At the TVA, Mobius and Hunter B-15 look at the screen and see all the branches that are getting opened. Loki runs towards the library, and he’s looking around for something. When Mobius and B-15 arrive there, he tells him that whatever has happened cannot be stopped. To everyone’s shock, Mobius asks him, ‘Who are you?’ and that’s the biggest bomb Marvel has thrown at us. We are finally in the Multiverse, and Loki has found himself in another version of the TVA where no one knows him.

Loki Finale Episode Recap: Still 2
Loki Finale Episode Recap: Still from the series

Loki Episode 6, aka Loki Finale Episode, ends with a distressed Loki shocked after listening to Mobius’ questions. He then sees a massive statue of He Who Remains, aka Kang The Conqueror, at the TVA! No one knows what will happen next, but Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange has a lot to deal with. We didn’t get any end-credits scene, but the makers have confirmed that Loki will return in Season 2.

Loki Episode 6: Season 2 confirmed
Loki Episode 6 still: Season 2 confirmed

Loki Episode 6 Recap: Final Thoughts

The episode will answer your question about who created the TVA and why! But that’s it. It leaves you with more questions whose answer won’t be delivered until we watch Loki Season 2 and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Also, Waldron has called Kang the big villain of the MCU, probably Phase 4. So watch every bit of the final episode carefully.

About introducing Jonathan Majors as Kang in the MCU, Loki Creator Michael Waldron says, “Knowing that Kang was probably going to be the next big cross-movie villain, and because he is a time-traveling, multiversal adversary, it just always made so much sense. I came up with that big multiversal war mythology and pitched it out in the room one day to our producers. And they said, yeah, let’s go for it. We knew we were going to end up meeting the man behind the curtain. And then it was just on us to make sure that that meeting really delivered.”

Loki Episode 6 called For All Time. Always is currently streaming on Disney+ Hotstar.

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Marvel has teased us with a Multiversal war with a powerful villain in the Loki finale episode.

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