Loki finale episode streamed on Disney+Hotstar on July 14.
If American TV fans cannot stop drooling over The Office, MCU fanatics have a new show they cannot get over - Loki. However, according to The Office fans, Loki, or at least the introduction of the show, has been copied from the iconic show. The fans might just not be wrong, since there are quite a few similar glimpses in introductions of both the shows.
The Office had an iconic drawing of a human as its logo. While Loki did not make that their show's logo, it was definitely what the TVA was recognized from.
Another similarity was the use of paperwork. Now those who know, the TVA was into a lot of paperwork, just like The Office, which was based on the people working in a paper company.
There was a glimpse of the water filter in both the show’s introductions. While you do understand that The Office showed the water filter based on an episode where Dwight Schrute comes to know that is where people get most of their office gossip, it is not clear why Loki needed that in their introduction video.
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Both Loki and The Office are completely different shows. While Loki is about MCU’s ‘God of Mischief’ being stuck in the middle of nowhere with the Time Variance Authority soon after the events of Avengers: Endgame and is tasked with the purpose to ensure that the ‘timeline isn’t disturbed,’ The Office takes a deeper look into every character working in Dunder Mifflin Inc. under a boss who is a complex character.
The Office does not move around into unknown spaces and locations, unlike Loki. In the show, Loki and his ‘variants’ all go through a journey of their own, which in some or the other way, always connects to the people serving at the TVA.