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The Good Place Recap: Florida Man

Good-bye Jianyu, hello Jason! This week’s The Good Place expands its flashbacks beyond Eleanor for the first time, giving us a proper introduction to her neighbor, the fake "Buddhist monk" who’s actually an aspiring Filipino EDM DJ from northeastern Florida. In his pre-paradise life, Jason Mendoza sold fake drugs to ... More »
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