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TV Club: Eleanor finds she’s not alone not belonging in The Good Place

After last week’s episode was titled “Tahani Al-Jamil,” focusing as it did on Jameela Jamil’s irritatingly perfect philanthropist, model, muse, and (as we find tonight) award-winning event planner, one might ask who, exactly, “Jason Mendoza” is about. After all, we haven’t met any Jason Mendozas among the happy denizens of the good place. As it turns out, Jason is the real name of Tahani’s supposed soulmate Jianyu, the silent Taiwanese Buddhist monk who revealed himself to Eleanor as another undeserving admittee to paradise.
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